Dept of Health
                      Science amd Technology, Aalborg University

 

Applied Technology in Sports

Course Materials – Uwe Kersting

Lecture Notes:                                                        

  • Module 1 - Introduction - The significance of technology for human performance in sports
  • Module 2 - Technology and handicap sports
  • Module 3 - Technology in relation to entertainment and adventure
  • Module 4 - Sports technology – define the field for the future

Additional Files for/from Group Work

Tasks

Module 1    Instructions, RunningEconomyStudy

Module 2    Instructions, Paper1, Paper2, Paper3, Paper4, Paper5, Paper6

Module 3    Papers on Entertainment and Sport: 1, 2, 3, 4
                     Papers on Virtual Reality Training and Learning: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Module 4    Table of contents, Program ISEA 2007,
                        Paper1 (Kasper)
                        Paper2 (Johnny)
                        Paper3 (Nils)
                        Paper4 (Nicolai)
                        Paper5 (Jonas)

Student presentations (random order):    1    2     3     4     5     6     7     8      9      10     11     12     13      14

 

 Exam example/instructions

 

Literature
Book
Nigg, B.M., Macintosh, B.R., Mester, J. (2000): Biomechanics and Biology of Movement. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL - used chapter from this: Energy 

Papers

Module1: PaperOnClapskateBackground,
Module2:

Module 3:
Module 4: SkiingDevelopmentSocietyPaper,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opdateret: 15-08-2011

 

Provided by: Uwe Kersting