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  • Lab Engineer Position(s) - Norwegian School of Sport Sciences

    The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences is looking to hire one 100% or two 50% lab engineers. One 50% position will be allocated to the indoor biomechanics laboratory, while the other will be allocated to the outdoor sport technology and performance laboratory. A candidate can apply for both and / or one of the laboratories. The candidate indicates in the application whether he/she applies for one or both laboratories (a 50% or 100% position.

    The outdoor sport technology and performance laboratory

    The research group in Sport Technology and Performance collaborates with national and international sport federations and the Sport Technology Industry. The group works with applied research themes in soccer, handball, swimming, alpine skiing, cross country skiing, ski jumping, freeski, snowboard and orienteering and uses technology suitable for outdoor use (GNSS/GPS; IMU, video, force transducers) to assess performance, training load and injury risk aspects.

    The indoor biomechanics laboratory

    The biomechanics laboratory at the NIH is a state-of-the-art facility for collecting high quality research data. Our focus is on understanding human movement in the context of sports performance and injury risk/prevention. The laboratory is equipped with a 24-camera Qualisys motion capture system, three embedded force plates, a force-instrumented treadmill and EMG system. We have an interest in understanding gait and other movement patterns in diverse populations, including elite athletes, recreational athletes and clinical populations.

    For further information including the Job description and to apply see the following link:

    https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/availabl...ineer-position

    Contact hannahr@nih.no or matthiasg@nih.no if you have any questions.
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