Apr 03, 2013

OpenSim Workshop at CMBBE

The OpenSim team will give a two hour workshop at the 11th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The CMBBE Symposium will feature an OpenSim workshop, a special session on Dynamic Musculoskeletal Simulations, and a plenary talk by Scott Delp, director of the OpenSim project. Find out more and register here on the symposium website.

We invite all CMBBE participants to take part in the OpenSim Workshop on Wednesday April 3 at 2:15pm. The workshop will feature an overview of the OpenSim software and a hands-on team exercise. No prior OpenSim experience is required.

Interested participants should either bring a PC laptop with OpenSim 3.0.1 installed or be prepared to team up with another participant. Attendance is limited to 50. To reserve a seat please sign up online.

Read more on the Workshop Wiki Page.

Please direct any questions to Jennifer Hicks at jenhicks@stanford.edu.

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