|Abstract/Presentation/Poster Submission Instructions|
Please download the following Word templates for submission of abstracts. Each abstract should be limited to one page. Abstracts should be submitted in .doc format to Daniela Jirova at
by date listed above.
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHOULD BE INCLUDED WITHIN THE BODY OF THE EMAIL WHEN SUBMITTING THE ABSTRACT
Abstract Title, Presenting Author, Co-Author(s), Affiliation(s).
Would you like to submit the abstract for the novel award? Please answer Yes or No.
If you are not submitting your abstract for the novel award, or your abstract is not accepted for the award, would you prefer to present it as an oral presentation, or as a poster presentation.
If you are submitting additional abstracts, please include separate information for each abstract.
Contact for abstract submission:
+49 (89) 49-4177 67-0
Ismaninger Strasse 51
81675 Munich, Germany
The novel 2010 award, with a prize of $5,000 will be presented for the best scientific manuscript in the field of dynamic pressure distribution analysis. The paper must be entirely original, not published at the time of the meeting in any journal nor submitted for publication to any journal or book. The paper must describe a scientific study including pressure distribution measurement. Deadline for submission of abstracts is April 16, 2010. Six of these abstracts will be nominated for the novel award by May 14, 2010. The nominated authors will be requested to send a full length (25 pages maximum, double spaced) paper by June 15, 2010. And will present the paper at the meeting in an approximately 25 minute talk. The review of the papers will be conducted by a prominent panel of experts. The novel award will be presented to the winner at the banquet. The general abstract instruction to authors may be found in the Authors section at www.elsevier.com/locate/clinbiomech.
Oral presentation/Poster Awards
Abstracts for oral and poster presentations in the field of pressure distribution measurements not participating in the novel award must be submitted by April 16, 2010. Participants will be informed of presentation acceptance by May 14, 2010. Awards for the Best Poster and Best Oral Presentation will also be presented and each award recipient will receive $500.
The poster should be in A0 (841 x 1189 mm) format with the text not smaller than font size 32. The title and authors, with affiliations, should be clearly stated. The poster should be broadly divided into sections: Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusions.
Presenters will be given 10 minutes for their presentation, with a 2 minute question period. Please keep in mind the schedule must be maintained, so please organize your slides appropriately. Presentations should be made in either .ppt or .pptx format. All presentations will be copied to one computer for presentation purposes. Please organize your imbedded files for transport prior to your presentation day.
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