Tutorials are offered to students at a discounted rate, and in some cases at no cost to the student. However, due to funding and grant monies, this cannot always be guaranteed. In any case, tutorials are an excellent way to learn about a new topic, methodology or technology. Tutorials have included discussions on the use of inertial movement sensors, nonlinear mathematical tools, EMG processing, and so forth.
Each year, a strong effort is made to provide a “student” relative tutorial. This could be a career symposium, grant writing workshop, or mentoring discussion. Students are highly encouraged to attend the meeting on Tuesday and participate. This year there will be a career symposium with three well-established speakers from academia, from industry and from the clinical world.