Workshops


Educational Workshops

EWSSa - Publishing Workshop

Date: Wednesday, 5th July 2017
Room: Brüssel (West)
Time: 10:30 - 12:00

The Publishing workshop has been designed to help participants build knowledge and skills for publishing in sport science journals, in particular, they will learn about:

  • the full publishing process
  • how peer review works
  • impact factors and other metrics
  • how social media and other activities can support you and the impact of your paper
  • open access
  • writing tips

There will also be a Q&A for specific publishing questions in the second half of the workshop, answered by an expert panel of Publishers and Academic Editors.

Please find some preliminary information here.

You will be able to register for the workshop directly through your ECSS account.

EWSSb - Rethinking ‘Q’ualitative methods: From concept to practice

Date: Wednesday, 5th July 2017
Room: M (Süd)
Time: 09:00 - 10:30

Prof. Adam Evans from the University of Copenhagen will share his knowledge on qualitative reseach design. With the help of an expert you have a chance to redesign a recent study as a qualitative study. This will be done with some great practical examples emphasizing the process of study design and thinking like a qualitative researcher. The session will refer to Routledge Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Sport & Exercise Science, edited by Brett Smith and Andrew Sparkes.

More information will follow shortly.

 

Institutional workshops

Metabolic Power in Team Sports - Fundamentals, Application and Controversies

Date: Wednesday, 5th July 2017
Room: L (Süd)
Time: 09:00 - 10:30

„Metabolic power“ is a hot topic in sport science research and team sport practice. This workshop will aim to (1.) clarify essential fundamentals to compute the instantaneous metabolic power during accelerated sprint running from a mathematical and technical point of view; (2.) demonstrate applications and benefits for team sport practice, potentially overcoming the limitations of traditional speed and/or acceleration based analyses; and (3.) highlight some controversies, for example, in regards to the model’s validity for determining the energy expenditure during team sport specific movement patterns.

Please find more information here.

No registration required.