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Open Communications
OPEN COMMUNICATIONS provide researchers and practitioners with a simple and concise, yet exciting and interactive, opportunity to present their research, case-studies, novel approaches, techniques or technologies to the conference audience. Speakers can submit either a 1-page abstract or a previously published work, which will be screened by a panel of experts, including the conference and program chairs.

Presentation:


OPEN COMMUNICATIONS aim at creating an informal setting that encourages presenters and participants to engage in discussions about the presented work. Both poster and oral presentations are available. Oral presentations are given a slot of 10 minutes and follow the same basic rules as for other oral presentations. OPEN COMMUNICATIONS will be advertised in the conference program and in the conference book of abstracts (in the printed and digital version), but not published in the proceedings or included in the Digital Library.

Registration:


Authors of accepted OPEN COMMUNICATIONS can benefit of 1-day pass registrations, if they just want to present their work at their OPEN COMMUNICATIONS session. All other speakers are required to register to the whole event. An official certificate will be given to all speakers who present their work at the conference.


OPEN COMMUNICATIONS LIST

  • Concurrent Optimization of Both Skill and Equipment of a Discus
    Kazuya Seo, Yamagata University, Japan
  • Power Sprint: a new training approach for sprinting ability in football
    Carlo Zanetti, University of Pavia, Italy
  • A link between Repeated Sprint Ability and explosive-elastic force: a new field test
    Carlo Zanetti, University of Pavia, Italy
  • Effects of FIR-clothing on recovery after an intense plyometric exercise bout applied to elite soccer players
    Cesar Cavinato Cal Abad, Nucleus of high Performance in Sport - NAR, Brazil; Irineu Loturco, Nucleus of high Performance in Sport - NAR, Brazil; Ronaldo Kobal, Nucleus of high Performance in Sport - NAR, Brazil; Saulo Gil, Nucleus of high Performance in Sport - NAR, Brazil; Franz Burini, CEMENUTRI - Medicine School of São Paulo State University, Botucatu, SP, Brazil; Solange de Paula Ramos, State University of Londrina - UEL-PR, Brazil; Fabio Yuzo Nakamura, Physical Education School of State University of Londrina - UEM/UEL,, Brazil
  • HOT ENVIRONMENTS DECREASE EXERCISE CAPACITY WHILE ELEVATING MULTIPLE NEUROTRANSMITTERS INDEPENDENT OF HUMIDITY
    Jiexiu Zhao, China Institute of Sport Science, China; Lili Lai, China Institute of Sport Science, China; Stephen S. Cheung, Brock University, Canada; Shuqiang Cui, Beijing Institute of Sport Science, China; Nan An, China Institute of Sport Science, China; Wenping Feng, China Institute of Sport Science, China; Santiago Lorenzo, L|E|C|O|M, United States; Ye Tian, China Institute of Sport Science, China
  • Psychological and physiological stress and recovery monitoring
    Michel NICOLAS, University of Burgundy, France; Michel NICOLAS, University of Burgundy, France; Guillaume Martinent, university of Lyon, France; Laurent Mourot, University of Besançon, France; Philippe Vacher, University of Burgundy , France
  • Muscle activity, pain and resistance onsets during the slump test in hamstring injured athletes.
    Elizabeth Fowler, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom; stephen pearson, University of Salford, United Kingdom; Lee Herrington, University of Salford, United Kingdom
  • Sports related quality of life of students with sensory- motor disabilities
    Farzad Ghafouri, Associate professor, Allameh Tabataba'i University, Iran, Islamic Republic of; Raheleh Rashidizafar, Organization of Education, dept. of physical education, Tehran Iran, Iran, Islamic Republic of; Maryam Najjarshahri, Allameh Tabataba’I University, Tehran Iran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Static Foot Pressure Characteristics Among Sprint Athletes
    Tong-Hsien Chow, Department of Leisure Sport and Health Management, St. John's University, Taiwan
  • Assessment of spatio-temporal gait parameters and postural balance in athletes with ankle sprain
    Zouita Ben Moussa Amira, ISSEP KSAR SAID , Tunisia; bousselmi Meriam, ISSEP KSAR SAID , Tunisia; Darragi Manel, ISSEP KSAR SAID , Tunisia; Dziri Catherine , INOMT Kassab, Tunisia; Ben salah Fatma Zohra , INOMT Kassab, Tunisia
  • Measuring sports performance using new robotic technology
    Ola Eriksrud, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway; Jan Cabri, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway
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