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26.09.2022 - 02.10.2022 | Cologne

Innovative Research Methods in Sports Science

Get a well-founded update about innovative methodological developments in sport and exercise studies at Europe’s largest sport university. This international research summer school is aimed at aspiring young researchers in sports science – with disciplines ranging from the life sciences to social sciences and humanities.

From training studies to sports medicine, from psychology to sport management, from sport history to cultures of movement: experience for yourselves, up close and personal, the diverse and multi-disciplinary approach to sports science typical for German Sport University Cologne. Here, researchers with a broad variety of academic backgrounds do research and teaching on all matters sport. Profit from this profound expertise in a summer school which aims to bring you up-to-date with innovative methodology in sport studies.

Experts from the wide spectrum of sports science disciplines taught at GSU Cologne will give you insights into the latest discussions and practices on the field of research methods in sports science. Find out more about how sports science is driving methodological innovation and how this is influencing other disciplines. In addition, get hands-on experiences in how to apply these sport specific methods in practical workshops.

Lectures (in alphabetical order of presenters, all confirmed)

Muscle research from basic science to sport practice
Professor Dr. Bloch (Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine)

Competition intensity in sport: constructs, specific methods, and relevance for sport science and beyond
Professor Dr. Breuer (Institute of Sport Economics and Sport Management)

Basics and implementation of network meta-analyses in sport, exercise and health
Professor Dr. Donath (Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics)

fNIRS as a neuroimaging tool to measure motor-cognition
Junior-Professor Dr. Helmich (Institute of Movement Therapy and Movement-oriented Prevention and Rehabilitation)

Behavioral movement analysis in sport and movement therapy research
Professor Dr. Lausberg (Institute of Movement Therapy and Movement-oriented Prevention and Rehabilitation)

Big data in soccer
Professor Dr. Memmert (Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics)

Performance diagnostics procedures in sports medicine
Professor Dr. Predel (Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine)

Opening lecture (title to be announced)
Professor Dr. Raab (Institute of Psychology) & Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. em. Klaus Willimczik (University of Bielefeld/University of Darmstadt)

#vortanz – Presentation of digital tools developed by Motion Bank and its use as research and analysis tools in higher education in dance and sport
Professor Dr. Steinberg (Institute of Dance and Movement Culture)

Hermeneutics and fields of research in sport history
Professor Dr. Wassong (Institute of Sport History)

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Workshops (in alphabetical order of tutors, all confirmed)

Movement and reflection: The hermeneutics of sport.
Dr. Tobias Arenz (Institute of Pedagogy and Philosophy)

Molecular and cellular methods in sports science
Professor Dr. Bloch (Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine)

Mobility, Cognition and Virtual Reality
Professor Dr. Otmar Bock (Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics), Professor Dr. Klara Brixius (Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine), Professor Dr. Wiebren Zijlstra (Institute of Movement and Sport Gerontology)

Using the video annotation tool Piecemaker as a research tool to analyze choreographic collaborative processes
Christian Büning, Dipl. Sport Scientist/B.A. Psychology, Helena Miko, M.A., Kira Siewert, M.Ed. (Institute of Dance and Movement Culture)

Competition intensity in sport: constructs, specific methods, and relevance for sport science and beyond
Dr. Soeren Dallmeyer, Elisa Herold, MSc., Henry Steinfeldt, MSc. (Institute of Sport Economics and Sport Management)

Basics and implementation of network meta-analyses in sport, exercise and health
Dr. Held (Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics)

How to design and apply fNIRS for the study of motor-cognition
Junior-Professor Dr. Helmich (Institute of Movement Therapy and Movement-oriented Prevention and Rehabilitation)

Climbing to yourself: How to measure embodied choices
Laura Juppen (Institute of Psychology)

Introduction to behavioral movement analysis
Professor Dr. Lausberg (Institute of Movement Therapy and Movement-oriented Prevention and Rehabilitation)

Soccer lab
Professor Dr. Memmert (Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics)

Documents material based research in sport history
Dr. Molzberger (Institute of Sport History)

Spiroergometry in practice
Dr. Zacher (Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine)

Hinweise zur Teilnahme:
The summer school is targeted at Master students, PhD candidates and early career postdoctoral researchers; the maximum number of participants is 30. Check our website for information about the registration (including fees), deadlines, more detailed programme information.

Termin:

26.09.2022 ab 09:00 - 02.10.2022 14:00

Anmeldeschluss:

30.04.2022

Veranstaltungsort:

German Sport University Cologne
Am Sportpark Müngersdorf 6
50933 Cologne
Nordrhein-Westfalen
Deutschland

Zielgruppe:

Studierende, Wissenschaftler

Relevanz:

international

Sachgebiete:

Sportwissenschaft

Arten:

Konferenz / Symposion / (Jahres-)Tagung, Seminar / Workshop / Diskussion

Eintrag:

14.03.2022

Absender:

Sabine Maas

Abteilung:

Presse und Kommunikation

Veranstaltung ist kostenlos:

nein

Textsprache:

Englisch

URL dieser Veranstaltung: http://idw-online.de/de/event71012

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