15th Annual DBS Meeting
Date: Friday the 24th of November 2023
Venue: The Department of Materials and Production at Aalborg University
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the 15th Annual Meeting of the Danish Society. This years meeting will be hosted by the Department of Materials and Production at Aalborg University on November 24th. The organising committee have plan an exciting scientific programme including inspiring keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations, and student competition.
Abstract submission is now open. The abstract template can be found below
More information about the registration and abstract deadlines will follow soon.
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Abstract submission is now open and
will close on Friday Xx.
All abstracts for the 15th DBS Annual Meeting must be submitted to:
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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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REGISTRATION FOR THE 2023 ANNUAL MEETING WILL OPEN SOON
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 xxTH
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
Muscle coordination during bench press is changed af 5 weeks of strength training: A Randomised controlled study
Effect of experimental tibialis posterior mucle pain on muscle recruitment: A parametric study
Mimicking game scenarios in a laboratory-based enviroment: the effects on knee abduction moment when facing varied task demands
Fillip G. Lysdal &
Estimating muscle forces and stress in hip adductors in Hoffenheim soccer players performing short passing using 3D modelling
Simulated increase in monoarticular hip muscle strength reduces the firsk peak of knee compression forces during walking in healthy individuals
Activation level of left forearm and shoulder muscles during violin playing
Bo Eitel Seiferheld
Biomechanical investigation of a passive upper-extremity exoskeleton for manual material handling - a computational parameter study and modelling approach