Overview

Overview

Symposium Overview

Objectives of the Group:

The International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) Technical Group on the 3-D Analysis of Human Movement provides a forum for the discussion of all issues relating to the measurement of human movement in three dimensions. This is achieved primarily through the organization of international symposia, typically every second year.

History of the Symposium:

The Group primarily owes its existence to the efforts of Paul Allard and Jean-Pierre Blanchi, who organized the first symposium in Montreal in 1991, and helped with the organization of the symposia in Poitiers, Stockholm, and Grenoble. The formation of the group was also strongly supported by the late Herman Woltring. The International Society of Biomechanics recognized the organization as a Technical Group in 1995. The first organizational meeting was held in Grenoble on July 1, 1996.

2022 Symposium:

2022 symposium will be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan since 1869, from 16th to 19th of July, 2022.Tokyo is home to diverse cultures and histories, and is an intersection of rich traditions and world-leading technologies. Furthermore, you can reach Tokyo within 3 hours of flight from Taiwan, the venue of WCB 2022. Because of this unique environment and location, we believe that we and Tokyo can give best “O-MO-TE-NA-SHI*” and scientific program to the attendees of 3DAHM in the summer of 2022.


*“O-MO-TE-NA-SHI” is the philosophy of Japanese Hospitality.

Topics of Interest:

  • To facilitate cross-domain interaction, we wish to invite work across the fields (sports, clinical, entertainment, etc.) covering the following techniques & principles:
  • State-of-the-art/advanced video-based motion capture with markers
  • State-of-the-art/advanced video-based motion capture without markers
  • State-of-the-art/advanced inertial and other wearable systems
  • Medical imaging and other motion capture
  • Fusion of motion capture methods
  • Signal Processing
  • Motion artefact avoidance and elimination
  • Movement variability and complexity
  • Movement classification
  • Effects of environment on motion analysis methods
  • Computational modelling
  • Robotics and bio-inspired models
  • Novel applications of 3D Human Movement Analysis
  • Real-time movement applications
  • Other topics describing progress in 3D analysis of human movement
  • Data mining and movement classification
  • Open access data – challenges and opportunities
  • Impact of state-of-the-art 3DHMA on standard practice
  • Working across borders – challenges and opportunities

Officers and Committees

3D-AHM Officers:

  • President: Yoshiyuki Kobayashi
  • Past president: Li-Shan Chou
  • Past symposium chair: Sibylle Thies
  • Treasurer/Webmaster: Georgios Stylianides
  • Member at large: Wei-Li Hsu
  • Member at large: Valentina Camomilla
  • Representative from industry: Lucy Keighley
  • Representative from industry: Derek Potter

Local Organizing Committee:

  • Yoshiyuki Kobayashi, AIST
  • Hiroshi Takemura, Tokyo University of Science
  • Masahiro Fujimoto, AIST
  • Masaaki Mochimaru, AIST
  • Hiroyasu Miwa, AIST
  • Kanako Nakajima, AIST
  • Kenta Igarashi, Tokai University
  • Yuko Kawasaki, AIST
  • Miho Ono, AIST
  • Satoru Hashizume, Ritsumeikan University
  • Akihiko Murai, AIST
  • Kunihiro Ogata, AIST
  • Haruki Toda, AIST
  • Emi Anzai, Nara Women’s University
  • Shoma Kudo, AIST
  • Saori Ohtani, AIST
  • Toyoyuki Honjo, National Defense Academy
  • Gaku Kutsuzawa, AIST
  • Yuko Kawai, AIST
  • Hiroaki Hobara, AIST
  • Takuya Hashimoto, Tokyo University of Science
  • Natsuki Sado, University of Tsukuba
  • Emi Nakamura, Juntendo University
  • Genki Hisano, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Kengo Iwamoto, AIST

International Scientific Committee:

  • TBD