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  • Special Topics in Sports Engineering | Online Course for Master students (3 ECTS - June 3 until June 15 , 2020)

    Dear all!
    In behalf of the organizers and the Erasmus-funded A4see (Alliance for Sports Engineering Education) collaboration:

    Given the Covid19 situation the traditional Special Topics in Sports Engineering course will be held online this year and might pose an opportunity for Master students from all over the world to take part without having to travel to TU Delft (NED).

    The course is held in in close collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University and VU University, Faculty of Human Movement Sciences. Prof DirkJan Veeger is chairing this course for the TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute.
    Special Topics in Sports Engineering is an inter-university online course for Master students in Mechanical Engineering, Movement Sciences, Sport Sciences and other related MSc programmes. The course is organised as a two-week intensive course, and comprises lectures, demonstrations, practicals, hands-on research and a final field test (this time a little different but hands-on nonetheless). The course is organised around a basic theme relevant for sports engineering.
    During the course students will work out what aspects determine cycling performance, and collect data (through experiments or literature research) that are needed to develop / feed a simulation programme for the estimation of the optimal bike – rider combination and the maximal performance humanly possible.

    In case you are interested find all further information on
    https://www.tudelft.nl/sports-engine...s-engineering/
    stay tuned for a detailed time-table of the lectures.

    Please note: The course is free of charge and it will be possible to join for single lectures. However, in case you are planning to do the whole course it is required to be (online) present at all times for lectures, assigments and group work.

    Kind regards
    Stefan
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