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Scientific Program with Invited Speakers for Track 15: Biomechanics

Program Chairs: Prof Brian Thomas (Medical Physics) and Prof Mark Pearcy (Biomedical Engineering)

Track Number Track/Topic Name:
Paper Title
Speakers Status
15 Biomechanics Prof James Goh
Dr Timothy Barker
 
 
Topic: Computational Modelling

Title:
Prof Andrew Pullan,
NZ
Accepted
 
Topic: Computational Modelling

Title:
Prof Tim David
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Architecture and dynamics of muscular hydrostats, in particular tongues
Prof Johan van Leeuwen
Netherlands
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Biased Brownian noise as a possible mechanism for muscle contraction
Prof Rachid Ait-Haddou
Canada
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Stretch-induced muscle damage in skeletal muscle
Prof David Allen
Australia
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Single molecule and single myofibril mechanics
Prof Wolfgang Linke
Germany
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Extra force produced after stretch of muscle
Prof Dilson Rassier
Canada
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Force enhancement and force depression - how does the cross-bridge model fit?
Prof Walter Herzog
Human Performance Laboratory, University of Calgary
Canada
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title: Mechanisms of muscle contraction
Prof Gerald Pollack
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title:
Prof Robson Lemos
University of Calgary
Canada
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title:
Prof Motoshi Kaya
University of Calgary
Canada
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title:
Prof Yasuo Kawakami
Waseda University
Japan
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title:
Prof Tetsuo Fukunaga
Waseda University
Japan
Accepted
 
Topic: Muscle Mechanics

Title:
Prof Senshi Fukashiro
University of Tokyo
Japan
Accepted
 
Topic: Soft and Hard Tissue Biomechanics

Title: Soft tissue mechanics
Dr Bill Walsh
Prince of Wales Hospital
Australia
Accepted


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