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    TAPAS 2022

Technologies in Health and Exercise 

Fernando Morales

Fernando is CEO of Dynamics VR. He is Personal trainer specialized in rehabilitation of knee injuries at Fidias Health & Sport Center since 2014. He is also Professor in different conferences and Msc in the field of physical activity and rehabilitation.

Job Godino

Dr. Godino is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at UCSD. He received his PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Cambridge. His research was conducted within the MRC Epidemiology Unit and focused on the effects of brief personalized information on objectively measured physical activity. He then completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Epidemiology and Biostatistics of Aging Training Program at the Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health. His research was conducted within the Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research and focused on age-related decline in physical function and its associated disease burden.

Dr. Godino is currently a core faculty member of the Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems and serves as the Director of the Exercise and Physical Activity Resource Center, both of which are based in the California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology’s Qualcomm Institute.

The majority of Dr. Godino’s research focuses on the development, conduct, and evaluation of complex interventions that utilize mobile and wearable technology (e.g., smart phones, accelerometers, and heart rate monitors) to promote healthy changes in physical activity, sedentary behavior, diet, and sleep for the primary and secondary prevention of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. He is also actively engaged in the development and evaluation of on- and off-body sensors that measure various components of human physiology and behavior.

Technologies in Physical Education

Jeroen Koekoek

Dr. Jeroen Koekoek is Senior Lecturer Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy for PE Teacher Education at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands. He gives courses in the physical education and sport pedagogy master’s program and teaches games in the bachelor. He received his PhD from Utrecht University.

His research interests are in the areas of game-based approaches and teacher education related to game pedagogy. Jeroen is chair-elect of the executive board Teaching Games for Understanding special interest group (TGfU-SIG) related to AIESEP. He is involved in several research projects regarding digital technology pedagogy. He worked on the Smart Sports Exercises project that aims to improve volleyball practices through the use of interaction technology. Jeroen contributed to several books and papers on physical education and sport with a focus on teaching and learning. Jeroen is co-editor of Routledge’s book published in 2018 about international perspectives on digital technology in physical education.

This year he will publish as co-author Routledge’s book ‘Game based pedagogy in physical education and sports: designing rich learning environments’. In this book a particular game-based pedagogy is merged with digital observation tools.

Alberto Ruiz Ariza

International Doctorate in Educational Innovation and Teacher Training.

He is currently a lecturer at the University of Jaén and an active researcher in the AFAES Group (https://www.grupoafaes.com/). He has carried out research stays in several countries, highlighting the Playful Learning Center of the Faculty of Education in Helsinki (Finland).

He has published articles related to Education, Physical Education and New Technologies, highlighting some in JCR and SJR Q1, in the area of Education. He has participated as a researcher in 4 funded Teaching Innovation Projects and 2 as PI, most of them with topics related to New Technologies (podometry to encourage step challenges, use of Goya-Move, etc), as well as in other 4 R&D projects. One of the R&D projects consisted in develop an app for smartphones: "IntEFsity", with the aim of encouraging the practice of daily physical activity of schoolchildren through the use of smart bracelets.



Technologies in High Performance in Sport

Chris Bishop

Dr. Chris Bishop is a Senior Lecturer in Strength and Conditioning at the London Sport Institute, Middlesex University, where he is the Programme Leader for the MSc in Strength and Conditioning and the Director of Postgraduate Programmes in Sport. Chris has published over 160 peer-reviewed academic journal articles, with over 60 of these in the area of inter-limb asymmetry and sports performance.

John McMahon

Dr John McMahon is a lecturer in biomechanics and strength and conditioning at the University of Salford (UK) where he leads the strength and conditioning pathway for final-year BSc (Hons) sports science students and the postgraduate certificate in strength and conditioning which forms part of the MSc Strength and Conditioning programme. John has co-authored >75 peer-reviewed journal articles that have been published in top quartile international sports science and medicine journals. John has also co-edited two strength and conditioning textbooks (published by Routledge).

John holds various external leadership roles, including being a grant committee member for the National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation and an advisory board member of the International Universities Strength and Conditioning Association. John has been a dual accredited strength and conditioning (National [USA] and United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Associations) since 2010 and has worked as a strength and conditioning coach across several team sports.

Carlos Balsalobre

PhD in Sport Science and full professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Carlos teachs Biomechanics in the Sports Science Degree. Carlos is specialist in technology, assessment and resistance training. He has been assessor of elite athletes including Olympic athletes and players of NBA.

Author of numerous research studies in the topic of strength training and technologies for assessing physical performance. Carlos is designer of numerous apps application for assessing physical performance as My Jump Lab.

José Carlos Barbero

PhD in Sport Science and full professor at University of Granada (Melilla´s campus), José Carlos teachs Sport Training and Soccer in the Sports Science Degree. José Carlos has co-authored >50 peer-reviewed journal articles focused in the assessment of training load, physical demands and the useful of technologies in athletes, mainly soccer players. José Carlos has been strength & conditioning consultant and performance analyst of professional soccer teams, including Spanish soccer team (from 2008 to 2016). Currently, he is Director from “Rendimiento 24/7” (ex GPsportSpain), a company based Science & Technology Products & Support Services to enhance Sport Performance. Rendimiento 24/7 provides and distributes High Performance Solutions (Playermaker, FusionSport, Fitlight and Firstbeat products).


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