Participated in the Dagstuhl Workshop on “Modeling and Simulation of Sport Games, Sport Movements, and Adaptations to Training” at the Dagstuhl Castle, September 13 – 16, 2015.
Computational modeling and simulation are essential to analyze human motion and interaction in sports science. Applications range from game analysis, issues in training science like training load-adaptation relationship, motor control & learning, to biomechanical analysis. The motivation of this seminar is to enable an interdisciplinary exchange between sports and computer scientists to advance modeling and simulation technologies in selected fields of applications: sport games, sport movements and adaptations to training. In addition, contributions to the epistemic basics of modeling and simulation are welcome.
Past Seminars on this topic include
- 13272: “Computer Science in High Performance Sport – Applications and Implications for Professional Coaching” (2013)
- 11271: “Computer Science in Sport – Special emphasis: Football” (2011)
- 08372: “Computer Science in Sport – Mission and Methods” (2008)
- 06381: “Computer Science in Sport “ (2006)