[Opensim-announcement] OpenSim News: Webinars, Workshops, and New Forum Preview

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Mon Aug 29 08:46:01 PDT 2011

Dear OpenSim Users,

We have several upcoming events to share with you, including a webinar and
several workshops.  We also invite you to check out a preview of our new
user forum on SimTk.org.

We encourage you to participate in our next webinar:
*September 8, 2011 at 6:00 pm PST*
Using OpenSim to Explore the Mechanics of Pathological Gait Patterns,
Katherine Steele
Registration and More

Visit our website for more information about the webinar
including links to recordings of past webinars.

The OpenSim team is planning several upcoming workshops.

*September 20-22, 2011*
Workshop at HYPER Summer School on Neurorehabilitation
A set of hands-on workshops with an emphasis on the Matlab/Simulink
interface with OpenSim.
Information about the workshop can be found at the HYPER Summer School
Website <http://www.iai.csic.es/hyper/hss/index.html>.

*October 15, 2011, 8:30 to 10:30 am*
Simulation of Human Movement and Gait Pathology - An Introduction
to OpenSim for the Clinician
Two Hour Instructional Course at the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and
Developmental Medicine Annual Meeting
General meeting information can be at AACPDM Meeting
Registration for the meeting closes on September 14.

*User Forum Preview*
We've been hard at work integrating new discussion forums into the SimTK.org
website, and wanted to give you a preview of the new OpenSim discussion
forum before it officially launches:  https://simtk.org/forums/opensim

** Please note ** The preview discussion forums are for demonstration
purposes only and will not be monitored. All content posted to the preview
forums will not be retained after the preview period, nor will content
posted to the preview forums appear in the production forums, or vice

The new forums include threaded discussions, private messaging, improved
search, enhanced monitoring/subscription to forums and topics, and more.  We
encourage you to test the functionality of the new forums, and would
appreciate any feedback.  We hope these new forums will enhance your use and
understanding of OpenSim.

Best Wishes,
Jennifer Hicks

Jennifer L. Hicks, Ph.D.
OpenSim Project Manager
Stanford University
jenhicks at stanford.edu
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