Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting your one-page abstract. Use the link given at the end of this page to submit your abstract. Abstract submission deadline is June 30, 2021. Except for invited talks, all presentations will be in the form of posters*. Selected excellent abstracts will be awarded Outstanding Abstract Award, and will be considered for an oral presentation.
*2021/5/28 UPDATE: ON-DEMAND ORAL PRESENTATION
We have newly introduced the option of on-demand oral presentation to be given by uploading your presentation movie, and participating in a live Q&A session as per the program. In this case, your presentation will be considered as an oral presentation.
To prepare your abstract, please use the template (a Word docx file). To download the Abstract Template in MS Word format, please click HERE. Once you finish preparing your abstract, please convert it into PDF file and submit just ONE copy.
- Each presenter can submit and present up to two abstracts only.
- Your abstract will be reviewed and assigned to one of the conference sessions below taking into consideration your session selection.
- Please use the template as is and do not alter the page layout or format.
- Your abstract must be camera-ready and will be printed as received.
- Only the first letter of the title should be capitalized.
- Make sure that your abstract contains a brief summary of your presentation and a description of the important scientific contributions to the field of biomechanics.
- You may include up to three references in the abstract but the total word count of abstract body, including the references, must be within 300 words limit (no more than 1 page).
- Figures, equations and other works of art should not be included in the abstract.
- Please name your abstract file (PDF) in this format: SessionNumber + Underscore(_) + LastName + FirstInitial.pdf (e.g. 01_AdachiT.pdf).
- Please do not include copyrighted materials.
- No copyright agreement is required for your abstract submission.
01. Cell and molecular biomechanics
02. Fluid biomechanics
03. Soft tissue biomechanics
04. Hard tissue biomechanics
05. Human movement and robotics
06. Sports biomechanics
07. Biomechanics in injury and rehabilitation
08. Biomechanics in nature
09. BioMEMS and biomaterials
10. Computational biomechanics
11. Tissue and organ engineering
12. Emerging and multidisciplinary biomechanics