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2022 STF – Sendai

The International Conference on Slips, Trips, and Falls 2022 will be in Sendai, Japan.

The Conference Chair is Takeshi Yamaguchi.

Conference Website:

The International Conference on Slips, Trips, and Falls Sendai 2022
(STF Sendai 2022)

Dates of the conference: July 22&23, 2022

Abstract submission open September 15, 2021
Abstract submission due February 28, 2022
Notification of acceptance January 31, 2022
Early bird registration February 1st – May 31, 2022 (¥15,000 ) – same price for the virtual ticket!
Regular registration June 1st – July 23, 2022 (¥25,000)

Conference venue: Science Campus Hall, Tohoku University (https://www.tohoku.ac.jp/en/about/facilities/conferences_events/213_science_campus.html)

Sponsorship: IEA STF TC

Co-sponsorship: School of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University (TBD)(https://www.eng.tohoku.ac.jp/english/)

Support: Japan Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Society of Biomechanism Japan, The Japanese Society for Fall Prevention (TBD)

Type of conference:

STF Sendai 2022 opens to optional virtual participation!
In response to considering the possible COVID-19 travel restrictions, the Organizing Committee has decided to allow optional online participation as well as an in-person meeting. Participants will be asked to select their participation format, either in-person or online, during registration. We hope this in-person/online hybrid format would allow our friends and colleagues to participate with minimal interference from the effect of the pandemic.


Plenary speakers
We’re excited to announce the plenary speakers who will be presenting at STF 2022 in Sendai.
https://confit.atlas.jp/guide/event/stf2022sendai/static/program

Rezaul Begg
Professor, Institute for Health and Sports, Victoria University, Australia
Title (tentative): Tripping biomechanics and application of assistive technologies for falls prevention

Kenichi Harano
Senior General Manager, Institute of Sport Science, ASICS Corporation, Japan
Title (tentative): High-performance design of sports gear based on tribology

Yasuhisa Hirata
Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
Title (tentative): Adaptable AI-enabled robots to support human activities

Stephen Lord
Scientia Professor, NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow, Neuroscience Research Australia
Title (tentative): Voluntary and reactive step training for the prevention of falls in older people

For all questions on this conference, please contact conference secretariat at [email protected]

Updated 28/04/2022, with extended early bird registration – all above text is subject to changes, please refer to the original STF website for confirmation.
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