2024 Frontiers of
Human Performance

 July 14-19, 2024 | Grand Teton National Park

Overview

This conference will welcome visionary faculty from biomechanics, computer science, neuroscience, design, and medicine, and graduate students and fellows who are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of health and human performance research. Our goal is to break the traditional mold for meetings, and embark on an adventure of discovery and learning through lectures, discussions, mentoring activities, and outings in the beautiful Grand Tetons. We hope to seed novel research, build friendships and collaborations, and inspire the next generation of leaders and innovators.

 

Organizers

Scott Delp, Jennifer Hicks, Hannah O’Day
Stanford University

 

Lecturers

Louise Burke, Australian Catholic University;  Akshay Chaudhari, Stanford University; Scott Delp, Stanford University; Eni Halilaj, Carnegie Mellon University; Jennifer Hicks, Stanford University; Karen Liu, Stanford University; Greg Meyer, Emory University; Conor Walsh, Harvard University; Aaron Young, Georgia Tech University

 

Application

Graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and early-career faculty from a diverse range of academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.  This will be a small conference with only 50 participants to allow for extensive interactions. Accepted applicants will receive registration instructions in March of 2024.

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Timeline

March 15 – Application Deadline

Early April – Notifications of Acceptance, Registration Opens

April 30 – Registration Closes

July 14-19 – Conference 

 

Agenda

The meeting will kick-off in the early evening of Sunday, July 14. The core meetings days from Monday through Thursday will include lectures from faculty, research talks from students and fellows, ample time for both formal and informal discussions and networking, as well as time to enjoy the beautiful Grand Tetons together. The meeting will conclude on the evening of July 18, with departure on Friday, July 19.

Registration Fees

Registration fees are $2,250, all of which go toward paying for lodging, lunch, and dinner. The fee assumes double-occupancy lodging.

 

Travel Information

Frontiers of Human Performance will be held at the Jackson Lake Lodge.

The Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) is the closest airport to the Jackson Lake Lodge. 

We will provide additional details about travel and logistics closer to the meeting date.

 

Questions?

Please contact Jacqueline Tran at jactran@stanford.edu.

Get Engaged

We invite faculty, students, staff, alumni, friends, and external organizations to participate in the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Stanford.