Wednesday, 4 September

12:00–18:00 Registration
12:30–14:00 Tutorial 1 – Nonlinear Analysis: Theory and Applications
13:00–18:00 Vendor Setup
14:00–17:00 Executive Board Meeting
14:00–16:00 Creighton University Lab Tour
14:30–16:30 Tutorial 2 – Teaching STEM concepts with Educational Robots
16:00–18:30 Quick Research Studies
17:00–18:30 Student Event
17:30–18:30 Vendor Reception
18:30–21:00 Opening Reception

Thursday, 5 September

07:00–08:00 ASB Fellows and Past Presidents’ Breakfast
08:00–08:15 Welcoming Comments
08:15–09:15 Keynote: “Single versus Multisystem Impairments and Mobility Functions in Parkinson Disease: Implications for Normal Aging” by Nicolaas I Bohnen, MD, PhD; University of Michigan
09:15–09:30 Break
09:30–11:00 Poster Session 1
11:00–11:15 Break
11:15–12:15 Motor Control: Thinking Beyond Biomechanics
Control of Posture in Sports
Assessment of Material Properties in Bone by Medical Imaging
Aging and Falls
12:15–13:15 Diversity Lunch
13:15–14:15 Borelli Award: “Clinical Opportunities for Biomechanists” by Kenton R. Kaufman, PhD
14:15–14:30 Break
14:30–16:00 Poster Session 2
16:00–16:15 Break
16:15–17:15 Ergonomics: Basic Research
Biomechanics of Neurodegenerative Diseases (MS/PD)
Clinical Biomechanics / Journal of Biomechanics Awards
Amputee Gait
17:15–18:00 Student Outing at Old Mattress Factory Grill and Bar

Friday, 6 September

07:00–08:00 Breakfast
Women in Science
08:00–09:30 Poster Session 3
09:30–09:45 Break
09:45–10:45 Knee Osteoarthritis
Ultrasound Assessment of Muscle
Lower Extremity: Gait Analysis
Variability in Standing, Walking, and Running
10:45–11:00 Break and Exhibits
11:00–12:00 Keynote: “The Neurotic Story of Tendon” by Taija Finni, PhD; University of Jyväskylä (ISB Sponsored Event)
12:00–12:15 Recognition of ASB Fellows
12:15–13:15 Lunch
Mentoring Lunch for Junior PhDs and Faculty
13:15–14:15 Hay Award: “How to Throw a Ball 100 mph without Ripping Your Arm Off” by Glenn S. Fleisig, PhD
14:15–14:30 Break
14:30–15:45 Footstrike Patterns in Running
Amputee Mobility
Upper Extremity: Clinical Mechanics and Wheelchair Use
ASB Fellows’ Presentations
15:45–16:00 Break and Exhibits
16:00–17:15 Gait and Falls
Upper Extremity: Orthopedic Mechanics and Modeling
Lower Extremity: ACL
A Continuum of Pediatric Biomechanics: From Clinical to Technical
18:15–21:30 Buses on a Loop from Hilton and Zoo
18:30–21:30 Dinner at the Henry Doorly Zoo

Saturday, 7 September

06:30–08:00 5K Fun Run
07:00–08:00 Breakfast
08:00–09:00 Keynote: “Increasing Innovation and Creativity in Biomedical Engineering Research” by Shane Farritor, PhD; University of Nebraska at Omaha
09:00–09:30 Break and Exhibits
09:30–10:45 Energetics
Ergonomics: Applied Research
Locomotion Following Cerebral Vascular Accident
Biomechanics in Disability Research
10:45–11:00 Break
11:00–12:15 Balance and Falls
Musculoskeletal Modeling
Teaching Biomechanics
12:15–13:15 Business Meeting and Lunch
13:15–14:30 ACL-Related Biomechanics in Sports
Motor Control: Standing and Locomotion
Low Back Pain
Young Scientist Awards
14:30–14:45 Break
14:45–15:30 Closing Ceremony and Awards
16:00–17:30 Executive Board Meeting