Dear ESB Member,
We hope that this email finds you well. As part of the extensive Award programme of the ESB, we would like to draw you attention on two important upcoming deadlines:
- Huiskes Medal Nominations – February 6th, 2023
- Best Doctoral Thesis in Biomechanics – February 28th, 2023
About the Huiskes Medal:
The Huiskes Medal for Biomechanics is a prestigious recognition for senior researchers who have contributed significantly to biomechanics throughout their careers, and must be nominated by at least two ESB members. The award includes a medal and certificate, and the winner will be requested to provide an award keynote lecture at the 2023 ESB Congress, in Maastricht (travel and registration costs covered by the ESB).
For detailed information on the nomination and the selection procedure, please refer to the Awards Regulations.
About the Best Doctoral Thesis in Biomechanics:
The Best Doctoral Thesis in Biomechanics is a major ESB award that recognises the development of an outstanding doctoral thesis that has contributed to the advancement of the theory and/or applications of Biomechanics. The award includes an honorarium of €2,000 and a certificate. The winner will also be requested to present an award keynote lecture at the 2023 ESB Congress, in Maastricht.
For detailed information on eligibility and the selection procedure, please refer to the Awards Regulations.
Next awards linked to abstract submission to the 2023 ESB Congress in Maastricht (see list below) will be announced as soon as the abstract registration is open. Stay tuned!
Vice-President of the ESB & Chair of the ESB Award Committee