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The construction progress of the sports hall and laboratory complex in pictures

Construction has been underway in Thüringer Weg right next to the sports fields since 2021. The Institute for Applied Movement Sciences is looking forward to being able to use the new laboratory and hall complex from mid-2024. Below, the construction progress is documented in pictures. The first photo shows how it will look.

Studying Human Movement Science (M.Sc.) at Chemnitz Technical University

You are interested in human movement, biomechanics and motion analysis? And you are looking for an excelling university to finish your study with a master degree in movement sciences? This is what we can offer you:

  • A professional degree that offers a wide range of opportunities,
  • an excellent lab of national impact for 3D motion analysis and modelling and
  • international cooperation for internships.

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Recent Publications

Kiesewetter, P., Bräuer, S., Haase, R., Nitzsche, N., Mitschke, C., & Milani, T. L. (2022). Do Carbon-Plated Running Shoes with Different Characteristics Influence Physiological and Biomechanical Variables during a 10 km Treadmill Run? Applied Sciences, 12 (15), 7949. https://doi.org/ 10.3390/app12157949

Drechsel, T. J., Zippenfennig, C., Schmidt, D., & Milani, T. L. (2022). The Effect of Subliminal Electrical Noise Stimulation on Plantar Vibration Sensitivity in Persons with Diabetes Mellitus. Biomedicines, 10 (8), 1880. MDPI AG. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/ biomedicines10081880

Engler, B., Tselmin, S., Ziehl, D., Weigmann, I., Birkenfeld, A., Bornstein, S. R., Barthel, A., Drechsel, T., Zippenfennig, C., Milani, T., & Perakakis, N. (2022). The Potential of Electrical Stimulation and Smart Textiles for Patients with Diabetes Mellitus. Hormone and metabolic research. https://doi.org/10.1055/ a-1892-6489

Recent Talks

Machado, MS; Machado, AS; Guadagnin, EG; Schmidt D; Germano, AMC; Carpes, FP. (2022, 23.08.2022). Effects of increasing skin temperature on foot sensitivity and postural control in during aging. North American Congress on Biomechanics (Nacob), Ottawa, Kanada.

Schmidt, D; Escalona, JAN; Karger, K, Milani, TL; Carpes, FP; Germano, AMC. (2022, 24.08.2022). Changes in balance control during dual-tasking and plantar temperature intervention. North American Congress on Biomechanics (Nacob), Ottawa, Kanada.

Blume, J., Fries, U., & Gawin, W. (2022, 29.03.2022). Blickstrategien im Fußball: Vergleich zweier Damenmannschaften in einer offensiven 1 gegen 1 Spielsituation unter Feldbedingungen. 25. Sportwissenschaftlicher Hochschultag der Deutschen Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft, Kiel.

Our Congratulations...

to Alexander Kett for his successful completion of doctoral degree with the topic: Beiträge zu Auswirkungen von sedentärem Verhalten auf die Rückenmuskulatur, 2022.

to Claudio Zippenfennig for his successful completion of doctoral degree with the topic: Der Fuß als sensorisches Organ - Einflussgrößen der Sensorik, deren Wirkmechanismen und daraus abgeleitete bewegungstherapeutische Maßnahmene (nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:bsz:ch1-qucosa2-796833), 2022.

to Daniel Schmidt for his successful completion of doctoral degree with the topic: Sensory and methodological aspects in biomechanical research of postural control and clinical fields of application. (https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:bsz:ch1-qucosa2-780763), 2022.

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