Program

Besides presenting their research, the participants will have the chance to connect to other international researchers as well as to scientists from the German Sport University.

An exciting and diverse program with scientific symposia, lab tours, workshops as well as sport and cultural activities will offer space for networking and the development of new project ideas.

Scientific Program

"sport.movement.health" - Tuesday, 20th Nov. 2018

Symposium "sport.movement.health"
Science Slam World Cup 2018, German Sport University Cologne
Tuesday, 20th Nov. 2018, 9:30 – 13:00 h
room: Hörsaal 2 and Foyer

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9:30 - 10:00

Neuromuscular Training in Seniors: New approaches for exercise-based fall prevention

Prof. Dr. Lars Donath
Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics

10:00 - 10:30

Antarctica and Alzheimer’s: Exercise as a tool to prevent mental and cognitive decline caused by isolation

Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Schneider

Institute of Movement and Neurosciences

10:30 -  10:45

Short presentations I:

Young Researchers from the German Sport
University Cologne

 

 

Is there a change in attitudes and self-efficacy? A survey in the context of inclusive PE

Teresa Odipo

Institute of Movement and Neurosciences

Victory or Defeat - How movement strategies distinguish fast direction changes from cutting maneuvers with high injury risk

Dr. Sina David

Institute of Biomechanics and Orthopaedics

Influence of an acute bout of endurance exercise on epigenetic modification, effector function and tumor infiltration of natural killer cells – a study protocol

Alexander Schenk

Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine

Impact of exercise training during chemotherapy on cancer related cognitive impairments in patients suffering from acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome – planned
randomized controlled trial

Dr. Max Oberste

Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine

Aerobic exercise increases verbal memory in leukemia patients undergoing high dose chemotherapy – interims analysis of a randomized
placebo controlled trial

Dr. Dr. Philipp Zimmer, Dr. Max Oberste, Alexander Schenk

Institute of Cardiology and Sports Medicine

Look at that – Effects of stair self-efficacy
enhancement on stair-climbing performance in older age

Dorothee Altmeier

Institute of Physiology and Anatomy

Managing talents for the long run: An intervention study to develop mental competencies among young squad athletes in Golf

Dr. Anja Chevalier

Institute of Sport Economics and Sport Management

Concussion in sports

Dr. Ingo Helmich

Institute of Movement Therapy and Movement-oriented Prevention and Rehabilitation

10:45 - 11:05 

Short presentations II:
The international Science Slamer 

Endurance Running in Costa Rica: impact of heat/humidity on body

Daniel Rochas-Valverde

National University of Costa Rica

Desire to Control, Thought Suppression and
Exercise Addiction: A Preliminary Study on Regular Exercisers

Umut Dogan

University of Canberra & Australian Institute of Sport

Africa’s group stage failure in the 2018 World Cup: The impact of economic status in cognitive functioning

Samuel Seleshi Asmare

Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

High performance at altitude: the impact of mental fatigue

Kate O’Keeffe

Loughborough University

Identification and characterization of in vitro and in vivo metabolite of Flibanserin using UPLC-QTOF MS/MS

Manish Kumar Sharma

National Institute of pharmaceutical Education and Research, India

Rowing in antiphase: the first on-water test

Laura S. Cuijpers

University of Groningen

Representative understanding and injury
prevention

Dr. Erich Petushek

Michigan State University

The heart and the brain: A true lovestory

Dr. Sylvain Laborde

Institute of Psychology

Biomechanics of all-out handcycling exercise

Oliver Quittmann

Institute of Movement and Neurosciences

11:05 – 11:20

Foyer

Coffee break

11:20 – 12:20

Foyer

Postersession

12:20 – 13:00

Lunch Break with soup and snacks

All presenters and the audience are invited!

"International perspectives on social sciences in sport" - Wednesday,...

Symposium "International perspectives on social sciences in sport"
Science Slam World Cup 2018, German Sport University Cologne
Wednesday, 21st Nov. 2018, 9:30 – 12:00 h
room: Senatssaal

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9:30 – 9:40

Welcome and introduction of participants

Dr. Bettina Rulofs
all participants

9:40– 10:10

Good Governance in National Sport Organisations: A Matter of Observation?

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Mittag,
Dr. Ninja Putzmann
Institute of European Sport Development and Leisure Studies

10:10 – 10:35

Negotiating privacy. Athletes assessment and knowledge of the ADAMS

Marcel Scharf

Institute of Pedagogy and Philosophy

10:35 – 10:40

Uncovering (social) discrimination in Switzerland: Evidence from a field experiment with sport clubs (Short presentation)

Carlos Gómez Gónzales

University of Castilla-La Mancha

Dr. Cornel Nesseler

Zurich University

10:40 – 10:45

The value of intersectoral partnerships in sport (short presentation)

Dr. Mathieu Marlier

Gent University

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee Break with poster

 

The value of intersectoral partnerships in sport

 

Different Looks on Brazilian School Games: retrospective, perspective of managers, technical level and olympic athletes

 

 

 

Dr. Mathieu Marlier

Gent University

Andre Almeida Cunha Arantes Catholic University of Brasilia

 

11:00 – 11:30

LGBTI* and sport – a European perspective

Prof. Dr. Ilse Hartmann-Tews

Institute of Sociology & Gender Studies

11:30 – 12:00

VOICEs for truth and dignity – combatting sexual violence in European sport through the voices of those affected

Dr. Bettina Rulofs

Institute of Sociology & Gender Studies

Moderation: Dr. Bettina Rulofs

"Exercise in Space for Life on Earth" - Thursday, 22nd Nov. 2018

Symposium "Exercise in Space for Life on Earth"
Science Slam World Cup 2018, German Sport University Cologne
Thursday, 22nd Nov. 2018, 9:30 – 12:00 h
room: Senatssaal

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9:30 – 9:45

Welcome and introduction of participants

Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Schneider
all participants

9:45– 10:15

Influence of microgravity on neuromuscular function of the lower limb

Prof. Dr. Kirsten Albracht

Institute for Bioengeneering, FH Aachen

10:15 – 10:45

Cartilage adaptation to microgravity

PD Dr. Anja Niehoff

Institute of Biomechanics and Orthopaedics

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee Break

 

 

11:00 – 11:30

(How) does weightlessness affect neurocognitive performance?

Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Schneider

Institute of Movement and Neurosciences

11:30 – 12:00

Integrative aspects of the interaction between elite sports and space

Dr. Björn Braunstein

Institute of Biomechanics and Orthopaedics

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Schneider


You can find the Science Slam World Cup 2018 also on Facebook.

All presentations will be filmed and distributed live via the Science Slam World Cup website and will also be available on the website and YouTube channel of GSU for later viewing. 

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Venues

Tickets

  • Students: 3€/event
    10€/all events
  • Guests: 5€/event
    15€/all events

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