Previous Invited Speakers
The researchers below were distinguished invited speakers at previous icSPORTS conferences.
We are indebted to them for their contribution to heighten the conference level.
2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013
The Biomechanics of Sports Injuries and Prevention Strategies Jim Richards, Allied Health Research unit, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom New Approaches to the Calculation and Analysis of Breath-by-breath Alveolar Gas Exchanges in HumansCarlo Capelli, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Norway A Engineering Led Approach to Reducing Head in Injuries in CricketAndy Harland, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Perspectives on Innovation in Sport Engineering - Stochastic Resonance and their Application in Modern Training and Rehabilitation Dietmar Schmidtbleicher, Goethe University, Germany Monitoring Brain Activity during Exercise Romain Meeusen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium How Sports can Create New Knowledge at a Technical University that Claim not Doing Research in Sport Science Christian Finnsgård, Centre for Sport and technology, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Understanding Sports through the StatisticsFederico Winer, STATS LCC, United States
New Technologies for Sports Analysis and High Performance Training Luis Paulo Reis, University of Minho, Portugal Studying the Coordination Patterns in Human Motion - New Concepts for the Analysis of Movement Peter Federolf, University of Innsbruck - Institute of Sport Science, Austria Elastography for Muscle-tendon Biomechanics Antoine Nordez, University of Nantes, France Rehabilitation Robotics for the Lower Extremity - A Path for Success Hermano Igo Krebs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Influence of Genetic Factors on Responses to Exercise Training and Sport James S. Skinner, Indiana University, United States Combating Muscle Loss and Weakness in Old Age Marco Narici, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Recent Technological Advances in Golf Robert J. Neal, Golf BioDynamics, United States Analysis of Muscle Coordination in Sports: Perspectives from Electromyography and Elastography François Hug, The University of Queensland, Australia