The International Conference on Computational Bioengineering is a conference series initiated in Europe in 2003. Originally conceived by Manuel Doblaré, Helder Rodrigues, and Miguel Cerrolaza, the series is now steered by an international scientific committee that include also Jean-Louis Coatrieux, Harry van Lenthe, Marco Viceconti, Sergio Oller and Marie-Christine Ho Ba Tho.

The conference series is up to its eighth edition:

The First issue was held in Zaragoza (Spain), on September 24-26, 2003, organised by Manuel Doblaré.

The Second issue was held in Lisboa (Portugal), on September 14-16, 2005, organised by Helder Rodrigues.

The Third issue was held in Island of Margarita (Venezuela), on September 17-19, 2007, organised by Miguel Cerrolaza.

The Fourth issue was held in Bertinoro (Italy), on September 16-18, 2009, organised by Marco Viceconti.

The Fifth issue will be held in Leuven (Belgium) on September 11-13, 2013, organised by Harry Van Lenthe and Hans Van Oosterwyck.

The Sixth issue was held in Barcelona (Spain) on September 14-16, 2015, organised by Miguel Cerrolaza and Sergio Oller.

The Seventh issue was held in Compiegne (France) on September 6-8, 2017, organised by Marie-Christine Ho Ba Tho and Tien Tuan Dao.

The Eighth issue will be held in Belgrade (Serbia) on September 4-6, 2019, organised by Nenad Filipović.

ICCB conferences usually have 150-200 participants, and are designed to favour as much as possible the informal networking between researchers in addition to the exchanges in the scientific sessions. Beautiful locations, great food, an easy-going atmosphere are the landmark features of these events, which contribute to create a social environment that favours the development of collaborations and exchanges.

Friday, November 22, 2019

Organizers

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BioIRC R&D Center Kragujevac 

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Faculty of Engineering University of Kragujevac

Kragujevac University

University of Kragujevac

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University of Belgrade

 Supporting organizations

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of The Republic of Serbia

The Ministry of Education, Science
and Technological Development of
The Republic of Serbia

ESB

European Society of Biomechanics