Professur für Biomechanik im Sport - Department of Biomechanics in Sports

Grundlagenforschung und anwendungsorientiert-biomechanische Fragestellungen in den Bereichen des Leistungs- und Gesundheitssports, sowie der Rehabilitation und Prävention.


Studies on residual force enhancement (rFE) and residual force depression (rFD) of the muscle‐tendon unit (MTU) have typically been conducted independent of each other, with little information available on how stretch‐induced rFE affects the shortening phase and the steady‐state... [mehr]

Denis Holzer and Wolfgang Seiberl presented latest research of our group at the XXVII Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) in Calgary,  and the Rocky Mountain Muscle Symposium (rMMs) in Canmore, Canada.   1Holzer D and 1,2Seiberl W: In vivo force-length... [mehr]

Supporting Christoph Selbach, founder of the Ironman-Hilfe Kinderrheuma [mehr]

Our team member Nadja Krumm will join UCANR4A (You Can Ride for Arthritis) from Munich to Dresden. UCANR4A is a charity bike ride where participants bike to the destination of the upcoming conference of the “Deutsche Gesellschaft für Rheumatologie (German Society for... [mehr]

“Auf die Plätze, fertig, los” by Dr. Josephine Merker and Matthias Hartmann. [mehr]

On 28th May, the German Ski jumping National team performed biomechanical tests in the laboratory of Biomechanics of the Perfomance and Prevention Lab under the supervision of Florian Paternoster, Denis Holzer, Korbinian Ksoll, Susanne Linner and Veronica Bessone. During the day,... [mehr]

"The Science behind an Olympic gold medal" by Veronica Bessone [mehr]

Ski Position during the Flight and Landing Preparation Phases in Ski Jumping Detected with Inertial Sensors by Bessone, Petrat & Schwirtz [mehr]