The journal primarily focuses on the topics: Sport and exercise physiology, biomechanics, sport and exercise psychology, motor behavior, perception and action, sport and exercise biochemistry and nutrition, coaching, physical education, public health promotion, traditional Turkish sports, sports injuries and rehabilitation, manual and physical therapy, and sports medicine.
This journal aims to provide a platform for the researchers, academicians, and students to share knowledge in the form of high-quality research work in all the subjects and cover the fields of Kinesiology sciences.
In fiscal year 2017 principal investigators (PIs), Co-PIs, and Co-Is in the department received approximately $3.2 million in external funding, including grant awards from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas, National Institutes of Health, Woodbolt International, Department of Defense, among other agencies and foundations.
The aim of the Conference is to promote the latest methods and techniques developed by researchers involved in the application of kinesiology and sport in contemporary life.
The organizers believe that this gathering will provide a valuable opportunity to promote, enlarge and strengthen the scientific community around the investigation of kinesiology and sport in general.
Senior lecturer on German Sport University Cologne, Institute of Sport Economics and Sport Management.
Published a number of papers from the field of Sport Management.
Research interests: corporate social responsability in and through sport, negative consequences of commercialisation in sport.
Lecture topic: Sport Performance Management – A mixed data driven approach Currently involved in the field of applied biomechanics and applied physiology aiming to develop and deal training protocols both for physical abilities improvements and for injuries` prevention issues.
Lecture topic: Monitoring, interpreting, applying: a systematic field-based approach for training planning Dino Mujkić has over 20 years working in International Projects and over 17 years of experience in reforms of higher education and innovation systems in South Eastern Europe (SEE) and Eastern Europe countries.