The 14th Annual Meeting of the Danish Society of Biomechanics will be hosted by the Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences at University of Copenhagen on Friday November 11.

 

Programme Danish Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting Friday November 11

 

Venue:

Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences

Dyrlægevej 100, 

Auditorie 1 (Stue etagen)

1870 Frederiksberg

 

9:00-9:40

Registration, Poster Mounting & Coffee

9:40-9:45

Welcome By The Organizers

9:45-10:45

Podium Presentations (Session 1)

Chair: Jessica Pingel

Each presentation will be 8 minutes followed by 2 minutes of discussion in English.

9:45-9:55 S01-1: Jessica Pingel, University of Copenhagen

3D Synchrotron imaging of muscle tissues at different atrophic stages in stroke and spinal cord injury: a proof-of-concept study

 

9:55-10:05 S01-2: Ilias Theodorakos, Aalborg University

On the incluence of the initial guess when estimating knee ligament properties via optimization procedures                  

 

10:05-10:15 S01-3: Bo E. Seiferheld, Aalborg University

A field evaluation of a passive upper-extremety exoskeleton for manual material handling in blade manufacturing

 

10:15-10:25 S01-4 *Student Competition: Nicki Lentz-Nielsen, Aalborg University
Categorizing Movement in Handball using inertial measurement Units with XGBoost                                           

 

10:25-10:35 S01-5 *Student Competition: Federica Rapelli, University of Copenhagen

Assessment of the effects of external pressure applied on the skin during ultrasound measurements of muscle thickness, echogenicity and pennation angle

                                     

10:45-11:30

Steno Lecture By Associate Professor Ernst Albin Hansen, Aalborg University

11:30-11:45

Break

11:45-12:55

Podium Presentations (Session 2)

Chair: Peter Raffalt

Each presentation will be 8 minutes followed by 2 minutes of discussion in English.

11:45-11:55 S02-1: Lasse Schrøder Jakobsen, Aalborg University

Use and familiarization of a passive shoulder-exoskeleton in manual materials handling – A field study                                          

 

11:55-12:05 S02-2: Adrian Harrison, University of Copenhagen

Biomechanical testing of tension and creep in the Patellar ligament: A Canine post mortem study                                   

 

12:05-12:15 S02-3: Mathias Munk-Hansen, Aalborg University

Avoiding intra-subject variability during experimentally induced trips

 

12:15-12:25 S02-4 Mohammadjavad Einafshar, Aalborg University
Biomechanical evaluation of bone screw stability using acoustic modal analysis and conventional pull-out: An animal study                         

 

12:25-12:35 S02-5 *Student Competition: Frederikke Spedsbjerg, Aalborg University

The Effect of six weeks of back Squat training on dynamic strength index                                                                                                   

12:35-12:45 S02-6 *Student Competition: Elisa Jolas, Aalborg University

Simulated increase in monoarticular hip muscle strength reduces the first peak of knee compression forces during walking in healthy individuals          

12:45-12:55 S02-7 *Student Competition: Mathilde Gad, University of Copenhagen

The Equine Lateral Raphe: Multimodal verification and biomechanics  

                                                                    

12:55-14:00

Lunch 

13:00-13:25

General Assembly - Danish Society of Biomechanics

14:00-15:10

Podium Presentations (Session 3)

Chair: John Rasmussen

Each presentation will be 8 minutes followed by 2 minutes of discussion in English.

14:00-14:10 S03-1: Steen Harsted, Aalborg University & University of Southern Denmark

Dynamic lower limb alignment in preschool children                                                                                                       

14:10-14:20 S03-2: Peter Raffalt, University Of Southern Denmark

Electro-suit treatment of children with unilateral cerebral palsy alters nonlinear dynamics of walking                                                                                                          

14:20-14:30 S03-3: Yunsub Jung, Aalborg University

Comparison of MRI sequences for the automatic segmentation of knee structures

 

14:30-14:40 S03-4 Gong He-Zhao, Aalborg University
The effect of fatigue on dynamic stability control during stair descent                                                                                    

 

14:40-14:50 S03-5 Vibeke Sødring Elbrønd, University of Copenhagen

Differences in the fascia between dogs and horses and their impact on the biomechanics                                                          

14:50-15:00 S03-6 *Student Competition: Mads Præstegaard Sørensen, Aalborg University

Does the Choice of lower body strength test matter when calculating dynamic strength index?

15:00-15:10 S03-7 *Student Competition: Sebastian Svane, Aalborg University

The association between dynamic strength index and measures of sprint, change of direction and jumping ability      

                                                                    

15:10-16:00

Poster Session & Coffee

Poster 1 P01-1: Morten Bilde Simonsen, Aalborg University

Custom-made foot orthoses for Rheumatoid arthritis: Looking at responders and no responders                                                                                                                                                                   

Poster 2 P01-2: Jessica Pingel, University of Copenhagen

Non-invasive measurements of the mechanical properties of muscle tissue in canine and equine athletes using the Myoton Pro device

                                                                                                         

Poster 3 P01-3: Ernst A. Hansen, Aalborg University

The freely chosen cadence is increased during repeated bouts of submaximal cycling           

 

Poster 4 P01-4: Magnus K. Hyttel, Aalborg University
Age-related decline in power output reflecting aerobic potential in trained cyclists 

 

Poster 5 P01-5: Peter Raffalt, University of Southern Denmark Odense

Calculating sample entropy from isometric torque signals: Methodological considerations and recommendations                                                          

 

Poster 6 P01-6: L. Jakobsen , Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Footwear traction device with biomechanical loading conditions                           

Poster 7 P01-7: Adrian Harrison, University of Copenhagen

The efficacy of intermittent long-term bell boot application for the correction of muscle asymmetry in equine subjects                                                  

Poster 8 P01-8: Xiao-Zhou Luo, Aalborg University

The effects of three strength training methods on the lower extremety biomechanics and performance of sprinters during start acceleration      

Poster 9 P01-9: Gong-He Zhao, Aalborg University

Effects of leg fatigue on pelvis and trunk kinematics during stair ascent      

Poster 10 P01-10: Vibeke Sødring Elbrønd, University of Copenhagen

Equine myodural bridges - An Anatomical and integrative and functional description of myodural bridges along the spine of horses: Special focus on the atlanto-occipital and atlanto-axial regions of leg fatigue on pelvis and trunk kinematics during stair ascent

      

16:00-16:10

Announcement of Student Award Winner

16:10-16:15

Official Closing

16:15-17:00

Refreshments & Networking

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REGISTRATION FOR THE 2022 ANNUAL MEETING IS NOW OPEN

The price for attendance is DKK 75,-.

The price includes:

coffee, lunch and afternoon snacks
 

The attendence fee is waived for members of the Danish Society of Biomechanics (not student members). Please check your email for a coupon code to use for registration.

REGISTRATION CLOSES BY MIDNIGTH ON NOVEMBER 9TH

DOWNLOAD Abstract Template Here!

Abstract submission will open on Monday September 26

and closes Friday October 28.

DEADLINED EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 4th 

All abstracts for the 14th DBS Annual Meeting must be submitted to:

jpingel@sund.ku.dk 

 

All abstracts must be submitted as PDF files and files should not be larger than 5 MB. The abstract is limited to one A4 size page.

Type font is Times New Roman or Times Roman 10 pt.

All abstracts should be formatted using our template.

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 Student Award

The purpose of Danish Society of Biomechanics Student Award is to recognize the work of BA, MSc or PhD students presenting their abstract in the student competition at our Annual Meeting

 The winner of the student award is selected by the attendance of the  Annual Meeting 

2015
Mathias Vedsø

Kristiansen

Muscle coordination during bench press is changed af 5 weeks of strength training: A Randomised controlled study

2018
Morten Bilde

Simonsen

 

Effect of experimental tibialis posterior mucle pain on muscle recruitment: A parametric study

2021
Patrick Mai

Mimicking game scenarios in a laboratory-based enviroment: the effects on knee abduction moment when facing varied task demands

2016
Fillip G. Lysdal &

Kristian Mortensen

Estimating muscle forces and stress in hip adductors in Hoffenheim soccer players performing short passing using 3D modelling

2019
Xx

 

Xx

2017
Stephanie Mann

Activation level of left forearm and shoulder muscles during violin playing

2020
Bo Eitel Seiferheld

Biomechanical investigation of a passive upper-extremity exoskeleton for manual material handling - a computational parameter study and modelling approach