Join us May 1-4 2017 for our first biomechZoo seminar to be held on the McGill University Campus in Montreal, Canada. During these four days, participants will explore the main features of biomechZoo through lectures and hands-on workshops. Importantly, participants will have the opportunity to process their own research datasets in biomechZoo with the help of our consultants.
Application deadline: Friday, April 21st
Researchers, clinicians, and graduate students interested in using biomechZoo for their research. Participants will gain the most from this course if they already possess some Matlab programming experience. Expertise is not required, but a general working knowledge equivalent to a least 6 months of use would allow participants to fully engage with the course material. Moreover, participants are encouraged to bring their own dataset as day 3 of the workshop will be dedicated to helping participants integrate biomechZoo into their research project.
Preliminary Workshop Schedule
May 1 (morning): Review of programming concepts
May 1 (afternoon): Introduction to biomechZoo
May 2 (morning): biomechZoo GUIs and graphing
May 2 (afternoon): biomechZoo workflow
May 3: Working with your own data in biomechZoo
May 4: Advanced topics in programming with biomechZoo
Application / Registration:
There are no direct costs to take part in this workshop*. Participants interested in attending the workshop should submit an application using the form below. Simply tell us a little about yourself, your research, and your programming experience, highlighting what you are hoping to gain from attending the workshop. To guarantee the quality of the workshop, the number of places is limited.
* The workshop is free to attend; however, participants are responsible for their own food, accommodation, or other related expenses during the workshop. Out-of town participants are welcome to contact us if they require assistance/advice in planning their trip to Montreal.