Basic Biomechanics / Methods Experimental Research 2016
Basic Biomechanics and Biomechanical Methods for Experimental Research of the Musculoskeletal System19-22 July 2016
Local host: Lutz Claes
Administration: Julie-Lyn Noël
The aim of this workshop is to train clinicians and unexperienced biomedical engineers in basic principles of biomechanics. Participants who already had classes in basic mechanics can start the workshop on the second day. It will allow the students to gain knowledge in planning and conducting biomechanical experiments by a balanced mixture of 7 lectures and 12 laboratories. The number of participants is limited to 20 in order to guarantee a maximum efficiency for the single student.
The EUROSPINE Task Force on Research had accepted applications for funding attendees of this workshop with € 2,000 each. Congratulations to Nikola Ivanovic, Austria; Johannes Oder, Austria; Karin Wuertz-Kozak, Switzerland and Engin Cetin, Turkey!
Reviewevaluation that was done for the course from July 2016.
The next one will take place from 18-22 July 2017. Save the date for this excellent learning opportunity!