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Abstract submissions for the ISB2015 in Glasgow

Abstract submissions for the ISB2015 in Glasgow will close on 28th November 2014. Hurry to get your abstracts written and submitted. For the submission guidelines click here.

 

2015 ISB Student Awards Applications Now Open

The 2015 ISB Student Awards applications are now open. Student members of ISB are eligible for the different grants and a number of competitive grants are awarded each year. To see the grants available for 2015 click here.

   

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Marius Vlad
Marius Vlad
Good afternoon , My name is Marius Vlad I am PhD student in the doctoral school of the Tehnical University of Civil Enginnering as a domain of mechanical engineering. PhD registred in the academic year 2013-2014 under the scientific guidance of prof.univ.dr.ing Cristian Pavel. At the department of mechanical tehnology, faculty of Tehnological Equipment. Specialization in mechanical enginnering and vibration. Biomechanics research direction is chosen. The proposed title of the research project is: Analysis of dinamic behaviour of the human locomotor system under the action of the mecanical vibrations. I am looking for a biomechanics lab. Review any advice is welcome. For any further information at your disposal. Waiting for an answer on your part.
18 November
Alan Walmsley
Alan Walmsley
Applications to the James G. Hay Travel Award are now open The James G. Hay Travel Award, named after a pioneer in the discipline of biomechanics in New Zealand, has been endowed by the International Society for Biomechanics (ISB) and is managed by the Royal Society of New Zealand. The objective of the James G. Hay Travel Award is to enable New Zealand university staff or post-graduate students engaged in research or study in the field of biomechanics to attend and present a paper at the biennial Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB): Date and Venue of XXV ISB Congress · Congress: Sunday 12 July-Thursday 16 July 2015 · Location: Glasgow, Scotland · Venue: The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre Applications to the Travel Award are invited from registered post-graduate students or current academic staff at New Zealand Universities who are members in good standing of the ISB. Please note only New Zealand Citizens or Permanent Residents are eligible to apply. For more information on the Award and eligibility refer to the Guidelines available here: http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/programmes/funds/hay-travel/ Closing Dates · Abstracts to the ISB are due on Friday 28 November 2014. See the International Society for Biomechanics (ISB) website for more information. · Applications to the Travel Award close on Monday 8 December 2014, 5.00 pm (NZDT). Once completed submit your application to: International.Applications@royalsociety.org.nz Please contact me if you have questions about any aspect of the programme. Josie Reid International Contracts Coordinator DDI: +64 4 470 5780 11 Turnbull Street, Thorndon | PO Box 598, Wellington 6140, New Zealand www.royalsociety.org.nz
James G. Hay Travel Award
James G. Hay Travel Award
www.royalsociety.org.nz
The award is to assist New Zealand university staff or post-graduate students in biomechanics to present a paper at each biennial ISB Congress.
30 October
International Society of Biomechanics
International Society of Biomechanics
NEW -- ISB Trainee Spotlight Starting October 1, we will begin a new initiative on social media: ISB Trainee Spotlight. We will post small stories about ISB Trainees and some of the fabulous things they are doing. You may nominate a colleague or yourself, as long as they are a current ISB Trainee. Supervisors can nominate trainees, too! We hope this will be a fun way to showcase our fabulous trainee group on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. To submit a nomination for consideration, please submit the following to isb.studentrepresentative@gmail.com: 1) a short paragraph about the individual the university they attend, their research focus why you think they should be a spotlighted trainee 2) a picture 3) a statement acknowledging the nominated individual is aware of the nomination 4) a statement confirming the individual is comfortable with their photo being posted on the ISB Facebook and LinkedIn Pages
28 October

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