The workshops will be held at the Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI), Department of Health Science & Technology. Participants will have the possibility to tour the Labs.
Program for the workshops at SMI, Aalborg University
Please click here to download the final program.
Scandinavian companies – presentations to participants
This year, for the first time, companies from Scandinavia were invited to take part in the workshop in order to link the University and clinical or industrial entities within Denmark.
Please read the invitation letter, from Dr. Uwe Kersting, chair ESM 2012, here for more information.
Information for the companies participating in the workshop
What we offer:
Short presentation to participants (details regarding registration fees see below)
Opportunity to visit the laboratories at the Department of Health Science and Technology (www.hst.aau.dk), Aalborg University.
Participation in the welcome reception at ‘Kunsten’, Aalborg’s Museum of Modern Art
Workshop registration options:
- You are welcome to register for the workshop only at the favourable price of DKK 350 (registration fee does not include participation in the subsequent ESM conference).
- If you wish to have information about your company/institution included in the conference bag, we only ask for a voluntary contribution.
- If you also wish to take part in the subsequent ESM conference, we kindly ask you to register via the conference webpage: www.esm2012.com (n.b.: For full ESM attendees the workshop participation is free).
Important date for the workshop registration: 30.6.2012
The Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI) focuses on translational research in neuroscience and engineering with the aim to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic methods in the areas of pain, motor control, sports sciences, and rehabilitation.
Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI) is an inter-disciplinary, international center with a scientific and technical-administrative staff of 80 persons. Approximately 50% of the researchers come from abroad. SMI is operating under the Department of Health Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University.
SMI was established as a Center of Excellence in 1993 with support from the Danish National Research Foundation. In 1997, the International Doctoral School in Biomedical Science and Engineering was established in affiliation to SMI. In 2006 the School was further able to offer the first doctoral program for elite students.
The Center has three major activities, namely research, training, and innovation.
The umbrella for the research area is set by four Research Interest Groups which are further subdivided into a total of 24 laboratories.
The International Doctoral School in Biomedical Science and Engineering covers the top level training at the center. In 2006, the School was awarded a grant from The Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation to start a doctoral program for elite students. At the MSc level, SMI offers a 5-year program in several degrees.
Innovation is based on grants from the North Jutland region and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. SMI launched an innovation program in 2006 aiming at developing SMI research results into commercial products in co-operation with biomedical and pharmacological industry.