[Sportwiss] Second Call for Abstracts - dvs-Workshop Modelling in Endurance Sports, Konstanz, Sep. 11-13, 2016
Dietmar.Saupe at uni-konstanz.de
Di Mai 24 19:23:32 CEST 2016
SECOND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
dvs-Workshop Modelling in Endurance Sports
University of Konstanz, Germany, Sep. 11-13, 2016
Analysing and predicting performance in sports for training and competition is a wide and complex field. Until today most methods heavily rely on the subjective experience of trainers and athletes. Nevertheless, objective mathematical methods and computer-based solutions have become popular during the last years.
One major challenge is handling the non-linear processes occurring in real world settings. Also most models are abstract and parameters cannot be measured directly. E.g. the size of the energy stores of physiological whole body models are implicitly determined by external measurements. In designing training programs the major difficulty is the appropriate application of load and recovery phases to obtain an optimal adaptation process and reach peak performance. Unfortunately to date very few efforts have been made to solve this problem by mathematical methods.
This workshop aims at mathematical, physiological and computer science related approaches to analyse performance and physiological processes in endurance sports like running, cycling, rowing, skiing and swimming. It brings together experts, student researchers and practitioners in sport science, exercise physiology, applied mathematics, and computer science. Our ambition is to get a brief overview of the current state-of-the-art, discuss present and future challenges, and enhance the exchange within the community.
The workshop is supported by the German Society of Sport Science (DVS) Section Sport Informatics, by the German National Science Foundation (DFG), and by the University of Konstanz.
Data acquisition and visualisation
Analysis and optimization of endurance training
Modelling and simulation of performance
Optimization of performance parameters
Modelling of physiological processes like V̇O2 kinetics, fatigue, and critical power
Chris Abbiss, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Exercise and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
Jim Martin, PhD, Associate Professor, Exercise And Sport Science, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA.
Chris Abbiss (Edith Cowan University, Australia)
Arnold Baca (University of Vienna, Austria)
Ralph Beneke (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)
Thorsten Dahmen (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Charles Dauwe (Belgium)
Oliver Faude (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Andy Froncioni (Alphamantis Technologies, Montreal, Canada)
Markus Gruber (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Anne Hecksteden (Saarland University, Germany)
Andrew Jones (University of Exeter, UK)
Grégoire Millet (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Jürgen Perl (Mainz, Germany)
Kai Röcker (Hochschule Furtwangen, Germany)
Dietmar Saupe (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Friederike Scharhag-Rosenberger (Deutsche Hochschule für Prävention und Gesundheitsmanagement Saarbrücken, Germany)
Philip Skiba (Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL, USA)
Michael Stöckl (University of Vienna, Austria)
David Sundström (Mid Sweden University, Sweden)
Guido Vroemen (Sportmedisch Adviescentrum, Netherlands)
Travel support for participants
We are happy to provide travel support for a limited number of international participants in particular for doctoral students and participants from overseas.
As the workshop fosters informal discussion of scientific problems and solutions, the contributions can be original, but need not be exclusively unpublished work. Workshop participants are interested in hearing and discussing about the general subject matters as a whole. Thus, foundations of the methods, theoretical frameworks, and their practical application are in the focus rather than the most technical details for a particular aspect of a problem. The contributions must be within the scope of the workshop and will be judged upon the scientific quality of the methods, discussion, and presentation.
Abstracts should be written in English, using the provided templates (Word, LaTeX), with a length of 1-4 pages, and be submitted until June 12, 2016.
Prof. Dr. Dietmar Saupe
Fachbereich Informatik und Informationswissenschaft
Tel. +49 7531 / 88 - 4220
E-Mail: dvsWorkshop2016 at inf.uni-konstanz.de
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