Sixth BoHNeS Colloquium Anywhere, February 19th 2021 Venue: Microsoft Teams Program 14:00 Opening (U. Della Croce)14:15 Research in the time of CoVID19 (A. Bustos)14:30 From research to market in neural engineering: the case of Newronika (S. Marceglia – L. Rossi)15:00 Università degli studi di Sassari (S. Bertuletti)15:15 Aix-Mairseille-Université (B. Goislard de Monsabert)15:30 Università degli studi […]
Fifth BoHNeS Colloquium Brussels, 29th – 31st January 2020 Venue: Sport Center of the Forêt de Soignes (Chaussée de Wavre, 2057 – 1160 Brussels – Belgium) Brussels, January 29th – January 31st 2020 Venue: The colloquium will take place at the Sport Center of the Forêt de Soignes (full address: Chaussée de Wavre, 2057 – […]
Meeting at isb 2019 A nice group of BoHNES members from Universities of Foro Italico, Lyon, Padova, Sassari, and ULB were disseminating the Centre research (and meeting at the social dinner!) at the International Society of Biomechanics Conference in Calgary this summer. We look forward to meeting again at our annual Colloquium to be held […]
Rome, January 30th – February 1st 2019 Venue: CasAcli http://www.casacli.it/it/ The Centre’s research activities are meant to improve the knowledge of human locomotor system’s structure and functioning, and to implement effective digital tools and technologies, to be used in arts, skills, and professions. The event was organized by Università degli Studi di Roma “Foro Italico”. […]
The Third Bohnes Colloquium will take place in Aix-en-Provence from January the 30th to February the 1st 2017. The colloquium is meant to improve the knowledge of human locomotor system’s structure and functioning, and to implement effective digital tools and technologies, to be used in arts, skills, and professions.
Two calls for applications to PhD programs are now open at University of Rome “RomaTre” and “Foro Italico”.
Both calls reserve one of the available scholarships for foreign applicants who – to be considered for admission – must have earned a Graduate-Level Degree abroad.
As part of the series “The Keynotes of ISB 2015”, this keynote by Prof. Laurence Chèze and Dr. Claudia Mazzà focuses on Measurement Technologies. Presenting drawbacks and strengths, the lecturers give hope for the future of biomechanics.
As part of the series “The Keynotes of ISB 2015”, the Wartenweiler Memorial Lecture was brilliantly delivered by Prof. Aurelio Cappozzo taking a trip through the history of biomechanics to present the state of the art in the field.
Organized under the auspices of the AM*IDEX foundation, jointly by members of the Institute of Movements Sciences and the Institute of Systems Neurosciences, the purpose of the meeting is to bring together researchers from around the world to share pluri-disciplinary knowledge on Aging in the Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal System and to discuss about recent advances in brain, muscular and cognitive and motor control domains.
The Second Bohnes Colloquium will take place in Lyon from the 3rd to the 5th of February 2016. The colloquium is meant to improve the knowledge of human locomotor system’s structure and functioning, and to implement effective digital tools and technologies, to be used in arts, skills, and professions.