Upcoming events:

12th International Conference BIOMDLORE 2018

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania) and Bialystok University of Technology (Poland)
together with Lithuanian Society of Biomechanics and ESEM
invite you to

12th International Conference BIOMDLORE 2018

BIAŁYSTOK, POLAND, June 28, 2018 – June 30, 2018

Paper submission is now open.

BIOMDLORE 2018 is a multidisciplinary international conference that provides the ideal opportunity to bring together professors, researchers and students of different disciplines for bridging the gap between engineering and medicine, discuss new issues, and discover the most recent researches in all fields of Biomedical Engineering in a multicultural atmosphere.

Scope of the conference:

Orthopedics & Traumatology Biosignals Rehabilitation Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Biomechanics Mathematical Modeling
Medical Diagnostics Assistive Technologies Gait & Posture

Selected papers will be published in cooperation with “Technology & Health Care” journal (IOS Press)

Past events:

BME 2017 - 6th Dutch Bio-Medical Engineering Conference


BME 2017 - 6th Dutch Bio-Medical Engineering Conference

Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands
26. & 27. January 2017

Topics (Link)

Paper submission deadline: passed

(From the website:)

"This conference provides you the one and only opportunity to meet with a wide diversity of other scientists in the Netherlands working in the field. As a networking conference, you are invited to present your latest work (might already been presented before at another conference), as to give an overview of the developments in the Dutch Biomedical community. The goal of the conference is to meet each other and to discuss new (funding) opportunities within the Netherlands to initiate new research. PhD students are especially encouraged to submit their work, or even their plans. For them it is an opportunity to start building their own network with peer PhD students at other universities. 
(The committee) will organize sessions covering the broad field of biomedical engineering, e.g. in cardiovascular modelling, image acquisition and processing, surgical instruments, tissue and cell engineering, neural modelling, diagnostics and stimulation, nanobiology, data processing and visualization, etc. The field of Biomedical Engineering is a rapidly developing field, with many breakthroughs at the edge between medical and technical sciences. Therefore, medical scientist as well as engineering scientists are explicitly invited to this conference to discuss their latest insights and discoveries. Scientists from University Medical Centers as well as from the Technical universities will participate."

CMBEBIH2017 - International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering

cmbebih2017CMBEBIH2017 - International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering

Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
16. - 18. March 2017
Planned) Topics (Link)

Paper submission deadline: 1. November 2016

(From the website:) "CMBEBIH is an exciting, informative and inspiring conference with aim of sharing ideas, experiences, best practices and latest advancements in Biomedical Engineering and all related fields.

The mission of the event is to promote Biomedical Engineering worldwide, especially in the region of Southeast Europe, as well as to establish and strengthen scientific collaborations.

The event aims to bring together leading researchers, academic scientists, engineers, scholars to create a platform for discussion on latest findings, innovative solutions and emerging challenges in the field, in order to improve quality of healthcare and life in general."


Musculoskeletal Modeling and Simulation - Hands-On with the AnyBody Modeling System

Intensive 3-day Workshop, 28.-30. September 2016:

Musculoskeletal Modeling and Simulation
Hands-On with the AnyBody Modeling System


The course will include a review and discussion of important theoretic background, but emphasis will be on practical skills to perform musculoskeletal simulations with the AnyBody Modeling System. The course will span several areas of musculoskeletal simulation from medical device development to ergonomics, sport performance, general biomechanics and academic/clinical research.

The course schedule will include:

Day 1: AnyBody Modeling System and Model Repository, Kinematics, Muscle Models/Recruitment

Day 2: Templates, Scaling Options, Motion Capture

Day 3: Advanced Models (parameter or optimization studies), Interfaces to other software

All days will be a mix between theory and applied hands-on modeling.

If you have further questions, please contact alexander.leis (at) oth-regensburg.de / +49 941 943-5291.

This event is organized by:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Dendorfer and his Biomechanics Laboratory
of the "Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg" in Germany.

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More info and registration can be found here.