The XVI International Symposium on 3D Analysis of Human Movement (3D-AHM 2021) will be held virtually from May 25-28, 2021.
The goal of the 3-D AHM symposium is to provide the best scientific and technical forum for investigators of human motion. The ISB 3D-AHM group explores human movement analysis by improving the technologies (instruments, techniques, algorithms, methods, protocols, models, etc.) and by translating these technologies to various scientific fields and clinical applications. The theme of the 2021 symposium is “From Data to Discovery: Evidence-Based Approaches,” which continues to remind us that sound scientific hypotheses, validated tools/ technology/protocols, and proven data evidence are critical elements to our discovery of new knowledge and applications.
The organizing and international scientific committees are making every effort to deliver an outstanding and stimulating scientific program accompanied by a number of fun social events. Topics to be covered in presentations and keynote lectures will include various aspects of movement analysis from laboratory-based instrumentation to wearable technologies, from disease assessment to rehabilitation, and from basic biomechanics to clinical translation.
The symposium will be a fantastic event where scientists, engineers, clinicians and technology leaders as well as students can share their latest research and ground-breaking developments in human movement analysis. We look forward to meeting you in Ames!
Li-Shan Chou, Ph.D.
Professor and Department Chair
Department of Kinesiology
Iowa State University