Abstract Submission is closed

  • Abstract submission is closed.
  • A notification of admission will be send to all participants by April 12.
  • All speakers have to register for the conference.

Guideline for Abstracts

  • Abstracts must be prepared and submitted in English and should not exceed two A4 pages including title, list of (co-)authors, images, and references. A maximum of four images can be included per abstract.
  • Please use this Template (MS Word format) in order to prepare the abstract.  If you are using another word processor, please try to mimic the layout as close as possible.  If necessary see PDF version of template.
  • Final abstracts should be converted to PDF file format.
  • Make sure that all fonts are embedded in the PDF (see template for details).
  • Authors are kindly requested to check their abstract carefully before submission. The abstract, if approved for presentation, will be published as submitted. Submission of an abstract acknowledges the author's acceptance for publication in open access symposium proceedings.
  • Submit abstract attached by email to cbu.office(at)uni-ulm.de.
  • Indicate in that email one or more subject areas for your abstract from the list below:
    • Musculosceletal System, Muscle, Soft Tissue
    • Orthopedics
    • Spine
    • Orthodontics
    • Fluid Flow
    • Computing
    • General

Guideline for Presenters

If you are going to be the presenter of an accepted abstract, please follow this guideline:

  • All accepted presentations are oral talks.
  • You should find your own talk in the detailed program.  Please, double-check the entries there.
  • All presenters need to register to the symposium.
  • Please pay the registration fee by bank transfer in due time.
  • All regular presenters will have a MAXIMUM of 15 minutes of presenting time plus 5 minutes for discussion AND preparation only.
  • Please prepare your talk and slides in English according to this time restrictions.  A typical talk should consist of not much more than 10 slides!
  • We will provide a Beamer and Notebooks (Win 7 and MAC, with PowerPoint and PDF Reader installed) at the lecture hall.


Accepted and presented abstracts will be included in the CBU 2013 Proceedings and published at the institutional open access repository of the University of Ulm.

The preceding CBU 2011 conference proceedings have been published in the same way: CBU 2011 Proceedings at VTS.  The electronic proceedings are entirely open-access: access is free, under a Creative Commons License, and there are no page charges for authors or readers

A proper way of citing a paper included in the proceedings (Harvard Method):

Authors List (2011):  Title of paper.  In: CBU 2011 Proceedings. 17th International Symposium on Computational Biomechanics in Ulm, Villa Eberhardt (Ulm), July 25 - 26, 2011.  urn:nbn:de:bsz:289-vts-77175.  Available from: vts.uni-ulm.de/doc.asp?id=7717


  1. The title of the paper is not emphasised, but the title of the conference is.
  2. The Uniform Resource Name (URN) must be indicated as stated above. This URN serves as a persistent, location-independent and unique resource identifier for the open access document.


CBU 2013 Proceedings published.

CBU 2013 Symposium successfully finished
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Wittek receives CBU Best Paper Award.
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Best Paper Award

CBU committee donates a price of 500 € for best paper presented at CBU 2013.

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