ICVR 2013 WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!!
ICVR 2013 was a well received conference with more than 130 attendees from around the world. Keynote talks, 1 min poster presentations, and awards ceremonies can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS0ndu_xXIZSgyXoh9O0LeQ?feature=watch. Awards and awardees are:
OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD – Grigore Burdea
MOTEK AWARD FOR INNOVATION – Roberto Llores
HOCOMA BEST PAPER AWARD – Anouk Lamontagne
BEST STUDENT POSTER – Megan Huber
BEST POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW POSTER – Mohammed Al-Amri
BEST STUDENT PLATFORM – Anna Graefe
BEST POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW PLATFORM – Orit Elion
Dedicated funding available for students and post-docs at ICVR 2013. –more–
ICVR is an international conference that provides an overview of novel technological and clinical developments in the field of virtual reality and augmented reality applied to rehabilitation.In 2013, ICVR will be held in Philadelphia, PA in conjunction with the Eleanor Saffran Cognitive Neuroscience Conference
sponsored by Temple University
. The Saffran Conference will be held at the Marriot Courtyard on Monday, August 26th
. The workshop sessions for ICVR will be held on the afternoon of Monday, August 26th
. Regular sessions for ICVR will be held from August 27th
– August 29th
, 2013. Participants are invited to attend both conferences.
Both conferences are held in Philadelphia, the birthplace of life, liberty, and the cheesesteak sandwich. Whether you want to learn about the country’s origins, get loud at a ball game, or just chow down on local fare, Philly is the place to be.
The city celebrates its Revolutionary ties at Independence Hall just a ten minute walk from your hotel, where the Declaration of Independence was adopted and the U.S. Constitution written. Nearby, the historic Liberty Bell hangs for all to see. You can also tour Betsy Ross’ house, where the nation’s first flag was sewn. The country’s original capital is as much a melting pot as the rest of the nation, and memorials and museums dedicated to African American, Irish, Jewish, Polish, Quaker, and Swedish citizens are located around the city.
ICVR is a sponsored conference of the International Society for Virtual Rehabilitation (www.isvr.org). The goal of this society is to provide a multidisciplinary forum for engineers, scientists, clinicians, technology developers and consumers who are interested in employing new technologies for physical, psychological, cognitive, and social rehabilitation applications.
10th International Conference on
Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies
September 2–4, 2014
DEADLINE FOR FULL PAPER: SUBMISSION will be 28 Feb, 2014
DEADLINE FOR SHORT PAPER SUBMISSION will be 31 May, 2014
Intl Conf. on Recent Advances in Neurorehabilitation (ISNR)
Interactive Technologies and Games: Education, Health and Disability: ITAG