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We are pleased to announce the next Expert Scientific Meeting - ESM 2016. The congress will be hosted by Prof. António Prieto Veloso at the Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon, Portugal. ESM 2016 will be held from 27th to 30th July 2016 in the wonderful area of the Portuguese West Coast between Lisbon, Estoril and Cascais. It will combine two days of scientific presentations, educational courses and workshops and a networking day. This meeting has a long tradition of great science on dynamic load distribution, a lot of fun, and exciting locations.

Schedule:
July 27th 2016 Workshops, Welcome reception and Registration
July 28th 2016 Registration and Presentations  
July 29th 2016 Networking day
July 30th 2016 Presentations, Banquet and Awards ceremony

Important Dates:
Abstracts due: February 15th 2016
Abstract notified: April 11th 2016
Full paper due art in science® Award: May 31st 2016
Early registration: April 15th 2016
ESM 2016, Expert Scientific Meeting: July 27th - 30th 2016

We look forward to welcoming you to Lisbon next July for another exciting ESM.

Kind regards
ESM organizing committee

Website: www.esm2016.xyz
Registration: www.regonline.com/esm2016

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August 2 - 6, 2000

The 7th emed Scientific Millennium Meeting successfully took place in Munich, Germany. It was a special occasion not just because of the date – the first meeting of the millennium - but also because this was the first occasion for organising a meeting in novel’s home town. The meeting was hosted by Prof Biemer of the Technical University Munich, Klinikum Rechts der Isar.

Program flyer: program ESM 2000
Proceedings: proceedings ESM 2000



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July 2-6, 2014

The 14th biennial ESM was held in the historic Cambridge, MA July 2-6, 2014. The scientific presentation at this year’s conference and the keynotes by Dava Newman, Marian Hannan, Georg Duda and Paolo Bonato encompassed science from the cellular level to population science and from Earth to space! The art in science award presentations came from many different fields including diabetes, anthropology, geriatric, musical and clinical science.

This year’s conference was held over the American 4th of July Holiday.  The history of Cambridge was tied into each of our events and included the Harvard Museum of Natural History, Harvard Yard, the Longfellow House and much more!  While hurricane Arthur did its best to derail our plans on July 4th we made the best of the day which included World Cup soccer (fútbol) and an enjoyable (but wet) harbor cruise.

The conference concluded with a magnificent concert performance by pianist Henriette Gärtner, who in turn was also the art in science award winner for 2014. The scientific banquet was held at the Sheraton Commander conference site and attendees enjoyed contra music and dancing!

ESM 2014 was again a huge success and we look forward to the meeting in two years and the time we get to spend with our ESM friends and colleagues!

written by Maria Pasquale, novel electronics inc.

Website: www.esm2014.com
Program flyer: program ESM 2014
Proceedings: proceedings ESM 2014



November/December 2014

We are pleased to invite our Australian users to the next novel user meeting, which
will take place in Wollongong, Australia. The user meeting is designed as part of the
9th Australasian Biomechanics Conference (ABC9) from 30th November until 3rd December, 2014 at the University of Wollongong. Patrick McLaughlin, the Australian representative, will present new features and advances in software and hardware, execute data analysis and provide the opportunity for you to ask questions specific to your applications and projects.

For more information and registration please contact Dr Patrick McLaughlin:
email:  noveloz@optusnet.com.au
tel: +61 402 145403


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December 7, 2013

The meeting was held at the conclusion of the International Diabetes Federation World Congress (IDF) held in Melbourne, so we were extremely lucky to have Peter Seitz (CEO, novel) and Holger Neumann (product management, novel) in town. The day was well attended with approximately 30 Australian users present. Holger did a great job in the introduction (or reminding the crowd) of the principles of pressure measurement, and in collaboration with Peter went on to talk about what is new at novel and what the crew in Munich are working on. There were also some presentations from current users of the systems from around Australia, and on behalf of the rest of the audience would like to thank those people for volunteering their time to prepare a presentation. We spent the last part of the day asking questions of the experts from Munich, and getting up close and personal with the latest pressure measurement technology.

The view, the catering, the relaxed Aussie audience and the experts all combined to make a great day, and I received lots of positive feedback from those who attended. We plan to have another users meeting in 2014 as part of the Australasian Biomechanics Congress at the University of Wollongong.
- by Patrick McLaughlin - ezup pty ltd (novel representative in Australia)


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