NEWS: A ‘best of’ handball scientists will gather in Vienna on 17/18 November for the 4th edition of the EHF Scientific Conference – and there is still a possibility to join them
Programme revealed, registration deadline extended for EHF Scientific Conference
Two months before its start, the programme for the fourth edition of the EHF Scientific Conference has been published by the European Handball Federation.
On 17/18 November in Vienna, the ‘crème de la crème’ of handball scientists gathers in the Austrian capital to discuss and analyse ‘the scientific approach to the players’ environment – from participation to the top’ as the conference topic reads.
The deadline to register for this scientific highlight of the handball year has been extended to 13 October.
Details on how to register including suggestions for accommodation can be found in the attachment at the bottom of this text.
Experts from all fields
The goal of the conference is to bring professional and scientific experts together in order to reflect on all aspects related to the player’s environment (such as health science, training science and technology support), as well as to continue the acquisition of knowledge about medical aspects in our sport.
The conference opens with four key notes that mirror this broad approach handball science.
Austrian psychiatrist, Michael Musalek, a member of the EHF Scientific Network, opens the conference with a key note on the theory and practice of ‘Social Aesthetics and Handball’.
Further key notes touch on injury study in beach handball conducted by German scientist Leonard Achenbach.
His Polish colleague, Piotr Kaczmarek, speaks about the ‘biomechanical profile of the sport shoulder’, while Susana Povoas refers to the ‘Handball4Health Project’.
The conference then features a plethora of presentations – in oral as well as in a poster format – from Europe’s best scientists, among them also members of the EHF Scientific Network who have been assisting in the conference’s organisation.
The full programme is available for download below.
The conference has been organised by the following committee
assisted by the EHF Scientific Network
New conference venue
All attendees who have already registered should notice that the conference venue has been changed to the 7 Days Premium Hotel which is just a couple of hundred metres down the street from the EHF Office.
TEXT: EHF / ts
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