Tatiana Fettweis (under the supervision of Professor Marc Vanderthommen) successfully defended her PhD thesis in motricity sciences and entiteld «Influence d’une prise en charge posturale sur la position assise, les capacités cognitives, le comportement et le bien-être de l’enfant en classe » within the project «SIT’n LEARN : Mieux assis pour mieux apprendre ! ». [...]
Gait: Gillain et al. - Data set of healthy old people assessed for three walking conditions using accelerometric and opto-electronic methods - Aging Clinical and Experimental Research Boutaayamou et al. - Algorithm for temporal gait analysis using wireless foot-mounted accelerometers - Communications in Computer and Information Science Sport: Schwartz et al. - Reliability of unipodal [...]
Manon Marquet (Unité de Psychologie de la Sénescence) successfully defended her PhD thesis in Psychological sciences and entiteld "Examining consequences of ageism on older adults and how ageist attitudes differ across cultural and socio-economic contexts". The LAMH wishes to congratulate her for her achievement. A description of some researches, she had done in collaboration [...]
It has now been a year since the LAMH collaborates closely with the Swimming Francophone Federation. We have developed various tools to analyze the swimmers during both competitions and the training. We have built a trolley that allows us to simultaneously shoot in and out of the pool.
A description of some activities of the lab has been published in Athena, a popular scientific magazine (in french). Athena - Biomécanique la différence par le geste - Février 2017
The LAMH would like to congratulate several Belgian athletes who trusted us and have proudly worn the colors of our country during their trip to Rio: Naffisatou Thiam who achieved an extraordinary competition in the heptathlon to win the Olympic title. Florent Caelen who demonstrated that he had earned his place by finishing 44th and [...]
Each year the CHU of Liège and the University of Liège organize many activities to raise funds for the Télévie operation and support research against cancer. This year, Professor Vincent Castronovo (Centre de recherche GIGA- Cancer ULg), Professor Jean-Louis Crosier (Département des Sciences de la Motricité), Gilles Berwart and Julien Paulus (Laboratoire d'Analyse du Mouvement Humain) and [...]
SPORTS2 - University Hospital of Liège and the Laboratory of Human Motion Analysis has been accredited as FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence. Such accreditations are usually only given to one or two centers in each country.
"BIOSIGNALS 2016 Best Paper Award" won in Italy by ULg team led by Montefiore-INTELSIG As a result of the pioneering work of Dr. Eng. Mohamed Boutaayamou from the Laboratory for Signal and Image Exploitation (INTELSIG) of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science ("Institut Montefiore") of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University [...]
Prof. J.-L. Croisier explains (in French) how the lab works with athletes: http://www.televesdre.eu/m/a_votre_tour_d_y_voir_8_le_sport_diffuse_le_22_01_2016_-88173-999-290.html