Most human activities, including sports, are becoming more and more technological. Engineering in general and Information Technology in particular are important in the support for many activities directly or indirectly related to sport sciences, including improvement of physical activities, sports medicine, biotechnology and nutrition, sports management, and all other application areas in sports. This congress intends to be a meeting point for both academics, sport professionals and practitioners to exchange ideas and develop synergies.
University of Oxford is hosting a 2 day workshop. This 2 day workshop will be focussed on dynamic assessment of feet.
Day 1 will cover an overview of the Oxford Foot Model – including description of the model, data capture, processing and interpretation. It will be similar to workshops we have run in the past, but with a bit extra on the practical side.
Day 2 will cover the integration of plantar pressure measurement and foot kinematics and will include practical aspects of plantar pressure data capture, processing data (including integration with markers for masking), interpretation, and integration of foot kinematics and pressure data. This is basically a follow up to the seminar that Claudia Giacomozzi and I gave at ESMAC earlier in the year.
Novel have very kindly agreed to sponsor this event, which means we can offer the workshop free of charge. A lunch will also be provided on both days for all attendees.
If you would like to book a place, or to find out more information – please get in touch with us at GaitLab[at]ouh.nhs[dot]uk . We are limited as to the number of people we can accommodate, so it will be first in to book. If you would like to only attend either Day 1 or Day 2, please also let us know this.
The European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) is in Amsterdam in May 2017 and one of its themes is Clinical Movement Analysis
The Eurpean Paediatric Orthopaedic Society (EPOS) has a combined meeting with the Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) in Barcelona in May 2017.
Plenary lectures will be delivered by Prof. Ellen Kuhl (Stanford University), Dr. Walter Herzog (University Of Calgary) and Prof. José Manuel García-Aznar (University Of Zaragoza).
Seville is the scent of orange trees under blue skies, the river, shops and streets, the barrios, the outlying areas, la Vega, el Aljarafe, las Marismas, la Campiña, the Southern and Northern Sierras, and Estepa.
The 2017 Gait & Clinical Movement Analysis Society Annual Conference will be hosted by the University of Utah and held at the University Guest House and Conference Center. More information will be published as it becomes available.
2017 GCMAS Call for Abstracts
The Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society invites you to participate in the 2017 GCMAS Meeting, to be held May 23-26 in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a call for abstracts for podium and poster presentations in all areas of gait and clinical movement analysis.
Abstracts in all areas of human movement analysis are welcome, and will be selected for the 2017 scientific program via a competitive, peer-review process.
Abstract submissions must be received by December 18, 2016, 11:59 pm PST. Authors will be notified of acceptance in February 2017.
The abstract submission page is accessible now which also includes submission instructions, please visit: https://www.openconf.org/GCMAS2017/openconf.php
About the GCMAS Annual Meeting: The 2017 meeting will feature keynote lectures, research platform and poster presentations, and case studies. It will be held at the University of Utah, University Guest House and Conference Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Both CME and CEU will be offered for the conference. For conference information please visit: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/gcmas-2017/general/
After many requests we decided to It is a great pleasure to announce that at January 26 and 27, 2017 we will organize for the 6th time the Dutch Conference for Biomedical Engineering in hotel Zuiderduin, Egmond aan Zee.