Sino-German conference 2015: call for participants

About the Conference:

The Sino-German Symposium on Biomimetics: From Animal Sensory Systems to Locomotion will be held in Munich during the period from June 12th to 16th of 2015. The symposium will be funded by the Sino-German Science Center, and co-organized by Technical University of Munich, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

 The purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers to present and share their ideas and latest works related to the biomimetics. About 15 Chinese delegates and 25 German delegates will be selected by the academic committee to attend the conference. 

Participation fees:
Participation fees of 15 Chinese delegates who are chosen by the academic committee according to their CVs and presentation abstracts evaluation will be funded by Sino-German Science Center, which cover boarding and lodging, traveling and registration fees, etc. Others are welcome to attend the conference too, their registration fees will be covered by the conference, while the expense on traveling and boarding have to be paid by themselves.
Anyone who is interested in the conference needs to submit CV (Curriclum Vitae) and the abstract of presentation (the template can be founded in the following links), which should be written in English and describe the original work. The Chinese delegates should also submit their Chinese CVs (for application to Sino-German center).

CV model      Abstract model

Topics of Interests:
The topics of this symposium will include but not limit to: (1) Biomaterials and interfaces; (2) Sensing and sensory integration; (3) Biorobotics.
Conference Chairs: 

Prof. Leo Hemmen (Germany), Prof. Zhendong Dai (China), Prof. Yezhong Tang (China)

Prof. Ce Guo
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