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XV International Symposium on 3D Analysis of Human Movement

Abstract submission

Presenter Guidance:

Podium presentations: presentations will be 10 minutes long plus 2 minutes for discussion. It is assumed that you will bring a PowerPoint presentation to the meeting with any videos embedded within it. If you would like to present using a different format then please contact the organizers in advance. We encourage everyone to upload their presentation during the Welcome Reception Tuesday evening, or Wednesday morning during registration to enable use to resolve any last-minute issues.

Poster presentations: The orientation and size of the poster boards will be for Vertical posters, size A0, i.e. 841mm width x 1189mm height (or 33.1inches width x46.8 inches height). Posters can be put up from Day 1 onwards.

Timetable (DD/MM/YY)

Call for abstracts:                       Friday 29/09/2017

Abstract submission opens:       Wednesday 01/11/2017

Deadline for submission:            Friday 26/01/2018 --> Extended till Monday February 19th 2018

Notification of acceptance:         Monday 04/04/2018

Early bird registration ends:       Friday 27/04/2018

Conference starts:                     Tuesday 03/07/2018

The Abstract submission guidance can be found here, and a template for Abstracts is available here. When ready, please upload the contents onto this web-site where must register and sign-in with Oxford Abstracts prior to uploading your work. If you have any queries please contact us using the following e-mail address 3dAHM-submissions@salford.ac.uk

To facilitate cross-domain interaction, we wish to invite work across the fields (sports, clinical, entertainment, etc.) covering the following techniques & principles:

  • State-of-the-art/advanced video-based motion capture with markers      
  • State-of-the-art/advanced video-based motion capture without markers      
  • State-of-the-art/advanced inertial and other wearable systems      
  • Medical imaging and other motion capture      
  • Fusion of motion capture methods      
  • Signal Processing      
  • Motion artefact avoidance and elimination      
  • Movement variability and complexity      
  • Movement classification      
  • Effects of environment on motion analysis methods      
  • Computational modelling      
  • Robotics and bio-inspired models      
  • Novel applications of 3D Human Movement Analysis      
  • Real-time movement applications      
  • Other topics describing progress in 3D analysis of human movement      
  • Data mining and movement classification      
  • Open access data - challenges and opportunities      
  • Impact of state-of-the-art 3DHMA on standard practice      
  • Working across borders - challenges and opportunities