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Presentations at the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics

03.07.2018

2018 World Congress of Biomechanics in Dublin, Ireland from 8 – 12 July 2018.


WCB 2018

Schuster R1, Paternoster F1, Seiberl W1

1) TUM

„High-density electromyographic identification of neuro-muscular determinants of drop jump performance across varying drop heights.”

 

Fortuna R1 , Kirchhübel H2, Seiberl W2, Power GA3, Herzog W1

1) University of Calgary, 2) TUM, 3) University of Guelph

„Force depression following a stretch-shortening cycle is independent of stretch peak force and work per-formed during shortening.”

 

Göcking T1, Fortuna R2, Seiberl W1, Herzog W2

1) TUM, 2) University of Calgary

„Force depression following a stretch-shortening cycle depends on the amount of residual force enhancement estab-lished in the initial stretch phase.”

 

Natasha Francksen1, Thijs Ackermans1, Denis Holzer1,2, Constantinos Maganaris3, Mark Hollands3, Mike Roys4, Thomas O'Brien3

1) Research to Improve Stair Climbing Safety (RISCS) Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Science, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2) Department of Biomechanics in Sports, Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany. 3) Research to Improve Stair Climbing Safety (RISCS), Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John MooresUniversity, Liverpool, United Kingdom. 4) Rise and Going Consultancy, Watford, United Kingdom

Stair descent: the influence of inconsistent going step dimensions on younger and older adults' safety.

 

Natasha Francksen1, Thijs Ackermans1, Denis Holzer1,2, Constantinos Maganaris1, Mark Hollands1, Kiros Karamanidis3, Mike Roys4, Thomas O'Brien1

1) Research to Improve Stair Climbing Safety (RISCS), Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Science, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2) Department of Biomechanics in Sports, Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany. 3)Sport and Exercise Research Centre, School of Applied Sciences, London South Bank University, London, United Kingdom. 4)Rise and Going Consultancy, Watford, United Kingdom

Stair ascent: the influence of inconsistent rise step dimensions on younger and older adults' safety.