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8th World Congress on Science and Football

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20 - 23 May 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark
The World Congress on Science and Football 2015 is a multidisciplinary congress focusing on five codes of football: Soccer, Rugby, and Australian, American and Gaelic Football.
The congress will gather international scientists from the natural, human and social sciences, as well as practitioners, and highlight the newest research results, methodologies and applied approaches.
The Scientific Committee is proud to announce the congress and welcomes interested participants to a comprehensive scientific program. The program will include:
Plenary sessions
Invited symposia
Oral and poster presentations
Workshops
Social events, including a welcome reception at Copenhagen City Hall, the congress dinner with a taste of Danish cuisine and football tournaments.
The congress expects to attract more than 500 participants from all over the world. We hope to bring together international scientists and practitioners to exchange knowledge and participate in a dialogue on both mono- and multidisciplinary aspects of football.
On behalf of the Scientific & Local Organizing Committee
Copenhagen Centre for Team Sport and Health
University of Copenhagen
Nørre Allé 51, DK-2200 Copenhagen N
Contact: WSCF2015
wcsf2015@nexs.ku.dk
Important dates
Chairs
Jens Bangsbo, Scientific Committee
Copenhagen Centre for Team Sport and Health, University of Copenhagen, DK
Peter Krustrup, Organizing Committee
Copenhagen Centre for Team Sport and Health, University of Copenhagen, DK
1 June 2014
Online registration opens
1 June 2014
Abstract submission opens
10 January 2015
Abstract submission closes
10 February 2015
Early bird registration closes
20 May 2015
Congress opening
23 May 2015
Congress closure
Themes
The congress will cover multidisciplinary as well as mono-disciplinary themes. Check on a regular basis or subscribe to “Congress news” to be updated on announcements of new themes.
Testing and training in football
Team cohesion and teambuilding in football
Globalisation of modern football
Football for health – prevention, treatment and rehabilitation
Women’s football
Fan culture in football
Football and environmental factors
Football medicine
Workshops
Several multidisciplinary and mono-disciplinary workshops will take place during the congress. Check on a regular basis or subscribe to “Congress news” to be updated on announcements of new workshops.
Fitness training and testing of the top player
FIFA 11+ prevention program
Working as an applied sports psychologist in elite football
The role of the team doctor
Fitness coach in an elite football team
Match analysis
Confirmed speakers
PHYSIOLOGY, BIOMECHANICS AND SPORTS MEDICINE
Barry Drust, Professor, Liverpool John Moores University & Head of Football Exchange, UK
Brian Dawson, Professor, University of Western Australia, AU
Carlo Castagna, Dr., Technical Department of the Italian Football Association, IT
Hiroyuki Nunome, Dr., Nagoya University, JP
Jan Cabri, Professor, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, NO
Jens Bangsbo, Professor, University of Copenhagen, DK
Jiri Dvorak, Professor, Chairman of F-MARC, FIFA (keynote)
Mario Bizzini, Research Associate, FIFA
Per Hölmich, Clinical Associate Professor, Chief surgeon, Copenhagen University Hospital Amager-Hvidovre, DK
Per Aaagaard, Professor & Head of Research Unit, University of Southern Denmark, DK
Peter Riis Hansen, Dr. Med., Gentofte Hospital, DK
Peter Krustrup, Associate professor, University of Copenhagen, DK
Tim Meyer, Professor, Dr. Med, Saarland University, DE
SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES
Albrecht Sonntag, Professor, ESSCA School of Management, & Director, Director of the Centre for European Integration, FR
Anne-Marie Elbe, Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen, DK
Donna O’Connor, University of Sydney, AU
Geir Jordet, Professor, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, NO (keynote)
Gerald Gems, Professor, North Central College, US
Gertrud Pfister, Professor, University of Copenhagen, DK
John Connolly, Dr., Dublin City University, IE
Joseph Maguire, Professor, Loughborough University, UK (keynote)
Kari Fasting, Professor, Norwegian School of Sports Sciences, NO
Laila Ottesen, Associate professor, University of Copenhagen, DK
Maria Kavussanu, Senior lecturer, University of Birmingham, UK
Marie-Luise Klein, Professor, Ruhr University of Bochum, DE
Natalia Stambulova, Professor, Halmstad University, SE
Siegfried Nagel, Professor, University of Bern, CH
Tatiana Ryba, Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark, DK
Urban Johnson, Professor, Halmstad University, SE


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