[Comp-neuro] Call for abstracts - Neuromechanics 2016 - Approaching abstract submission deadline

Manish Sreenivasa manish.sreenivasa at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 06:50:32 CEST 2016


*International Symposium on the Neuromechanics of Human Movement*
4-6 October 2016, Heidelberg, Germany
Reminder: Approaching abstract submission deadline, 30th April 2016
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Researchers working in neuroscience, biomechanics and robotics with a 
focus on human movements are invited to submit their work to the 
Neuromechanics 2016 symposium: 
http://orb.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/neuromechanics2016/abstract-submissions/

The symposium will feature talks by renowned speakers working in, and 
across, these fields. In addition, there will be poster sessions and 
ample opportunities for discussions in formal and informal settings.
List of speakers: 
http://orb.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/neuromechanics2016/speakers/

Researchers are welcome to present their work as posters or fill the few 
remaining speaker slots (please indicate your preference during 
submission). Please note that this will be a 2.5 day single track event 
with a limited number of participants.

As an added incentive, selected high quality abstracts will be invited 
to submit full length papers to the newly established journal research 
topic titled:
"Neuromechanics and Control of Physical Behavior: from Experimental and 
Computational Formulations to Bio-inspired Technologies".
The research topic is edited by Massimo Sartori, Manish Sreenivasa, 
Alfred Schouten, Matthew Tresch, Yoshihiko Nakamura and Francisco 
Valero-Cuevas, and appears in the journals Frontiers in Computational 
Neuroscience, and, Frontiers in Neurorobotics: 
journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/4698

-- 
Dr. Manish Sreenivasa
Optimization in Robotics & Biomechanics
Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
University of Heidelberg
Berlinerstr. 45 | 69120 Heidelberg | Germany
Tel: +49-6221-54-14874
Web: orb.iwr.uni-heidelberg.de/people/manish

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