Fifth Annual Human Movement Variability Conference
First Annual Great Plains Biomechanics Conference
May 13 - 14, 2020 | Scott Conference Center
**Abstract submission deadline has been extended to Monday, Jan. 27.
The Human Movement Variability conference is an annual conference organized by the Center for Research in Human Movement Variability and Department of Biomechanics since its culmination in 2016. The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers and clinicians to learn and share the latest in human movement variability research.
The Great Plains Biomechanics Conference is a new conference that will coincide with the Human Movement Variability conference in 2020. The goal of this conference is to provide a student-centered meeting where the growing field of biomechanics is explored through poster and podium sessions and a keynote speaker. The target demographic includes students, faculty, and clinicians from states such as Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Missouri, Colorado, and Oklahoma.
The Great Plains Biomechanics Conference is an official ASB regional meeting.
Wednesday, May 13 includes a Mini Nonlinear Analysis Workshop as well as tours and welcome reception.
Thursday, May 14 includes the 2 keynote speakers, poster and podium sessions, and networking opportunities.
Barry T. Bates Keynote Speaker
2020 Keynote Speakers
Dr. Jaap Van Dieen from VU Amsterdam
Great Plains Biomechanics Keynote Speaker
Dr. Andre Seyfarth from Technical University of Darmstadt
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