Abstract submission

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Abstract submission is CLOSED!

  • At least one author must register in full in order to attend the congress and present the abstract (in case of both Podium presentations and Posters). 
  • One author must not present more than one oral presentation and one poster presentation.
  • Maximum 2 submissions per main author are allowed.
  • Your abstract will be considered in competition with other submissions.
    If the abstract is not deemed suitable for podium presentation, it will automatically be considered for poster presentation.
  • List of ESB 2024 tracks (submission categories) is available below.
  • Submission for Perspective talks is open until 30 November 2023. More information on submission for Perspective talks available here.

Two private/quiet spaces will be available during the conference: one for delegates who need to meditate, pray or need to recharge their energy, and one for nursing. Access policy to these spaces will be communicated closer to the congress dates.

  • Abstracts template use is mandatory, please download the template here.
  • The abstract should be compiled without changing the styles (The easiest way to use this abstract form is by cutting and pasting unformatted text into each section to maintain the document’s present format.)
  • The abstract should include the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and References. 
  • Abstracts must not exceed one page (a word count of approximately 500 words).
  • The abstracts should be uploaded as PDF document through the conference website. Maximum size of the PDF file: 1 Mb.
  • Please refer directly to the Abstract template document for the complete guidelines.

Podium presentations with awards: please follow the instructions in the submission system for the upload of the additional required documents
Podium presentation with ESB Student Awards (Abstract itself, a second separate PDF document including the applicant’s CV AND a letter of support – statement by the student’s supervisor confirming that the applicant is a doctoral student, and the proof of author’s ESB membership).
Podium presentation with ESB Travel Awards (Abstract itself, a second separate PDF document including the applicant’s CV and a brief outline and justification for the proposed travel, and the proof of ESB membership).
Podium presentation with Clinical Biomechanics Award

Attention: Each abstract can only be submitted for one Award. Therefore, the same abstract cannot contest for more than one of Clinical Biomechanics, Student award or Travel Award. More information regarding the awards is to be found on the Society webpage.

Perspective talks

List of accepted Perspective talks at ESB 2022 is available here.

ESB 2022 Tracks

3D printing in biomedicine
Advance computing for biomechanics
AI in biomechanics
Animal and plant biomechanics
Biofluid and transport
Biomechanics of aging
Biomechanics of movement and posture
Biomedical imaging
Brain biomechanics
Cardiovascular biomechanics
Cellular and molecular biomechanics / mechanobiology
Clinical and translational biomechanics / in silico trials
Computational biology
Computer aided diagnosis, planning, and surgery
Dental biomechanics
Ergonomics / occupational biomechanics / rehabilitation
Experimental biomechanics (others)
Hard tissue biomechanics
Impact / injury biomechanics
Implants / orthotics / prosthetics / devices
Musculoskeletal biomechanics
Neuromuscular control
Ocular biomechanics
Patient-specific modelling
Reproductive biomechanics
Respiratory biomechanics
Robots and biomechanics
Skin biomechanics
Soft tissue biomechanics
Spine biomechanics
Sport biomechanics
Tissue engineering
Virtual and augmented reality in biomechanics

Abstract submission categories

  • Cardiovascular biomechanics
  • Cardiovascular implants and devices
  • Cardiovascular imaging
  • Computational methods for cardiovascular applications
  • Musculoskeletal Biomechanics
  • Orthopaedic implants and devices
  • Muscoloskeletal imaging
  • Computational methods for orthopaedic applications
  • Hard tissue biomechanics
  • Soft tissue biomechanics
  • Computational methods in tissue mechanics
  • Mechanobiology
  • Tissue engineering
  • Biomaterials
  • Cellular and molecular biomechanics
  • Human movement
  • Orthotics & Prosthetics
  • Sport Biomechanics
  • Ergonomics and occupational biomechanics
  • Rehabilitation
  • Impact/injury biomechanics
  • In silico and in vivo clinical trials
  • Verification, validation and uncertainties quantification
  • Computational biology
  • Additive manufacturing for biomedical applications
  • Humanoid robotics and mechatronics
  • In vivo measurement, sensors and experimental biomechanics
  • New mathematics in biomechanics
  • Biomechanics education
  • Cellular biomechanics
  • Molecular biomechanics
  • Data driven healthcare and machine learning in biomechanics
  • Animal and plant biomechanics
  • Respiratory biomechanics
  • Dental biomechanics
  • Ocular biomechanics
  • Reproductive biomechanics