Human Movement Variability Conference
Third Annual Human Movement Variability ConferenceThe conference brings together researchers from across the globe to share their research in movement variability, and exchange ideas while exploring potential collaborations.
SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, May 17, 2018 | Scott Conference Center
- Featuring Barry T. Bates Keynote Speaker, Dr. Jeffrey Hausdorff, Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
- Guest Speaker, Dr. Evangelos Christou, University of Florida
- Guest Speaker, Dr. Janet Dufek, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Guest Speaker, Dr. Jesse Dean, Medical University of South Carolina
- Held at the Scott Conference Center on Scott Campus, at 6450 Pine St, Omaha, NE 68106.
- Abstracts due January 15, 2018.
2018 Abstract Requirements
- Abstract submissions due: January 15, 2018.
- Submit abstracts by email to email@example.com
- Must indicate whether you would like to be considered for a podium presentation or a poster presentation.
- Acceptance/Award notifications will occur by February 2, 2018.
- Registration opens February 5, 2018.
- Must use template for abstract submission. Click on "template" to download the abstract template.
- Those that do not use the template will not be considered for presentation.
2017 Conference Accomplishments
The Second Annual Human Movement Variability Conference was held on June 1, 2017. The Conference comprised of the Barry T. Bates Keynote Speaker: Dr. Benoît Bardy, EuroMov, University of Montpellier, France and honorary speaker, Dr. Brian Schulz from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The Guest speakers comprised of Dr. Alena Grabowski, University of Colorado and Dr. Jason Gillette, Iowa State University. The conference was attended by approximately 100 participants and guests.
Awards were given to Mr. Daniel Schloesser, UC Merced, for best oral presentation, Daniel Jaravata, UNO, for best undergraduate poster, and RJ Barber, UNO, for best graduate student poster
2016 Conference Accomplishments
The First Annual Human Movement Variability Conference took place at the Scott Conference Center. A new name and a new location brought a lot of excitement to the approximately 100 people in the room. The day started with presentations by the four research projects and last year’s pilot project awardees. We also had several special guests in the room. Dr. Andreas Daffertshofer VU Amsterdam was the Barry T. Bates keynote speaker. Dr. Daffertshofer is a researcher at the Move Research Institute Amsterdam. Dr. Bates was Dr. Stergiou’s mentor when he was a graduate student. Dr. Bates was in attendance for the inaugural naming of the lecture and even introduced Dr. Daffertshofer. Each year the presenter will have their name added as well as take home their own plaque.
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