Call for Papers | WCPAS 2020: 13th World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport | University of Vienna, Austria, September 1–4, 2020. Call ends April 1, 2020

From 1st to 4th of September 2020, the World Congress of Performance Analysis of Sport will be held at the University of Vienna, Austria. The program will include presentations from renowned keynote speakers and leading experts, as well as oral and poster presentations from world-class researchers touching on cutting edge subjects and newest technologies from the field of Performance Analysis.

The keynote sessions will be critical reviews of the most recent and key issues in Sport Performance Analysis, with recommendations for future research and avenues for real world application delivered by the most renowned academics and practitioners in the field.

The oral sessions will be themed to reflect the desires of the Congress participants to ensure that sessions maximise the opportunity to share, engage with and reflect upon cutting edge questions in particular interest areas.

The poster sessions will be organised to permit delivery of key messages by authors, whilst permitting time for all delegates to mix, interact and develop academic friendships through research and endeavour in sports performance analysis.

The aim of the conference is to bring scientists and scholars together for an exchange on the current state of research and development. Interested scientists are invited to submit contributions on current progress in the various subject areas of performance diagnostics.

Main topics of interest

      • Sports Performance
      • Performance Analysis in Youth Sport
      • Performance Analysis in Health and Senior Sport
      • Performance Analysis of Elite Athletes and Teams
      • Technology and Performance Analysis Systems
      • Technology in Sports Coaching
      • Computer Science in Sport
      • Data Analytics
      • Effectiveness of Performance Analysis Support
      • Analysis of Technique
      • Technical Effectiveness
      • Tactical Evaluation
      • Patterns of Play
      • Biomechanics
      • Motion Analysis
      • Observational Analysis of Injury Risk
      • Neuromotor Control
      • Motor Learning and Feedback
      • Work Rate, Physical Demands
      • Coaching Process
      • Coach Behavior
      • Analysis of Referee

Dates and deadlines

 

Abstract submission

For further information and for submission details, please visit the conference website.

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