Talk: Thursday, May 4, 2017, 10:00-11:30h, Z 613
Felipe Mattioni Maturana, MSc
University Regensburg, Germany
Determining the maximal physiological steady state in cycling with precision: critical power estimations or self-selected exercise intensity?
Giving the inherent limitations of critical power testing and the demanding maximal lactate steady-state protocol, this presentation will cover the methodological implications and physiological aspects of determining the exercise intensity related to the maximal metabolic steady-state in cycling. The presentation will be based on two recent scientific manuscripts:
1. Mattioni Maturana F, et al. Can measures of critical power precisely estimate the maximal metabolic steady-state? Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41.11 (2016): 1197-1203.
2. Mattioni Maturana F, et al. Critical power testing or self-selected cycling: Which one is the best predictor of maximal metabolic steady-state? Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2017).
11th International Symposium on Computer Science in Sport 2017
From 6.9.2017 to 9.9.2017 we host the 11th International Symposium on Computer Science in Sport (IJCSS/IACSS).
Workshop Modelling in Endurance Sports 2016
From 11.9.2016 to 13.9.2016 we host an informal workshop aiming on mathematical, physiological and computer science related approaches to analyse performance and physiological processes in endurance sports.
Student assistants positions available
In our work group several positions for student research assistants (studentische Hilfskräfte) are available immediately. Topics:
Programming in Julia
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Prof. Dr. Chengqing Li has joined our group as a guest for one year.