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ISVR Early Career Investigator Award

Call for Nominations – Deadline: January 27, 2017 We are pleased to announce the second ISVR Early Career Investigator Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize and acknowledge outstanding contributions by early career scientists whose research relates to virtual rehabilitation. The recipient will be awarded a certificate, free registration at an upcoming ICDVRAT or ICVR conference and be… read more →

ICVR 2017 Announcement

ICVR 2017 Announcement
International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation Montreal, Canada June 19-22 2017 We are pleased to announce that ICVR 2017 will be held in Montreal, Canada, June 19 to 22. More information will be released shortly regarding workshop and abstract submission dates. Save the Date and join us in Montreal for the city’s 375th birthday, where warm summer days, art and culture… read more →

2016 ISVR Early Career Investigator Award

We are pleased to announce the results of the 2016 ISVR Early Career Investigator Award that recognizes outstanding contributions by early career scientists whose research relates to virtual rehabilitation. The first place winner is Monica Cameirão from the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute and the University of Madeira, Portugal, and the second place winner is Sebastian Koenig, CEO of Katana Simulations… read more →

ISVR Early Career Investigator Award (Closed)

Call for Nominations We are pleased to announce the creation of the ISVR Early Career Investigator Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize and acknowledge outstanding contributions by early career scientists whose research relates to virtual rehabilitation. The recipient will be awarded a certificate, free registration at an upcoming ICDVRAT or ICVR conference and be asked to present… read more →

ICDVRAT 2016

11th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality & Associated Technologies http://www.icdvrat.org/ The ICDVRAT conference Series provides a forum for international experts and researchers to present and review how advances in the general area of virtual reality can be used in the area of disabilities and rehabilitation.  read more →