Special Interest Groups (SIG)


Elite Sport Performance

The ECSS Elite Sport Performance SIG held its inaugural meeting at the 2014 congress in Amsterdam. This group is open to both ECSS student and professional members in academic research and sport and professionals working in elite athlete/team training and performance support positions who wish to interact with others internationally in the same field, discuss research frontiers and best practice questions, and pursue collaboration possibilities in a highly international forum. The Elite Sport Performance SIG will be able to submit program proposals for future annual meetings, define and develop seminar topics of interest for parallel SIG seminars during annual ECSS meetings, and interact with each other through ENSS on the ECSS website. Join this group.

At ECSS Vienna 2016 the theme of the session will be
From “no data” to “data overload”?  The present and future role of BIG DATA in elite sport performance and training.

meeting: 7th July at 9:45 - 11:15 in room: L8

 
Sports Nutrition

The ECSS Sports Nutrition Interest Group held its inaugural meeting at the 2012 Annual Congress in Bruges and was attended by in excess of 60 health specialists. Open to any individual with an academic or professional interest in sports nutrition and/or dietetics, the group aims to provide a forum for discussions, opportunities, collaborations and problem solving in these and other related fields. Join thin group.

meeting: 7th July 2016 at 18:00 - 19:30 in room: L4 & L5

 
Environmental Physiology

The Special Interest Group (SIG) in environmental physiology held its inaugural meeting during the ECSS Estoril 2008. The mission of this SIG is to: 1. Provide a database on scientific work on environmental physiology - 2. Promote discussion allowing new ideas to emerge by sharing competence between laboratories to solve specific problems - 3. Favour collaboration within the different partners. This SIG aims to: 1. Provide scientific resources for researchers - 2. Provide guidelines for workers in warm countries - 3. Provide education resource for the general public - 4. Organise conferences.

At ECSS Vienna 2016 the annual meeting of the ENSS in environmental physiology will be the occasion to launch the new website of the group. This website will feature several tools supporting research including online surveys and forms, world map of laboratories and competencies, etc.

Join this group.

meeting: 8th July 2016, at 8:00 - 9:30 in room 0.31 & 0.32