Professur für Biomechanik im Sport - Department of Biomechanics in Sports

Grundlagenforschung und anwendungsorientiert-biomechanische Fragestellungen in den Bereichen des Leistungs- und Gesundheitssports, sowie der Rehabilitation und Prävention.

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25.11.2018

Applied biomechanics in sports: New Tennis Project

Intervention study regarding the tennis serve in elite-youth tennis players[mehr]

14.11.2018

DFG - Very busy setup for Muscle Mechanics in our Lab

Simultaneous measurements of muscle torque, muscle architecture, 3d motion capturing and muscle activation. You need a lot of screens![mehr]

17.10.2018

Generali München Marathon Sportmesse

Team Biomechanik macht auf das Projekt "Biomechanische Bewegungsanalyse bei Kindern und Jugendlichen mit rheumatischen Erkrankungen" aufmerksam.[mehr]

11.10.2018

We welcome our new team member Korbinian Ksoll!

After two years working at the Teaching and Educational Center of the Department of Sports and Health Sciences, Korbinian Ksoll started working at the Professorship of Biomechanics in Sports. In his Master thesis he investigated the effect of priming exercise on muscle fatigue...[mehr]

25.09.2018

We say goodbye to our colleague and friend Robert Schuster.

Robert is now starting his PhD at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Good luck and all the best Robert Down Under!

24.09.2018

New Paper published in Gait & Posture

Merker, Hartmann, Haas & Schwirtz: "Combined three-dimensional gait and plantar pressure analyses detecting significant functional deficits in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis"[mehr]

09.08.2018

New Paper published in Zeitschrift für Rheumatologie

"Back to school physical education despite rheumatism. Development and testing of a sport scientific-based physical education certification"[mehr]

03.07.2018

Presentations at the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics

2018 World Congress of Biomechanics in Dublin, Ireland from 8 – 12 July 2018.[mehr]

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