The scope of this interdisciplinary workshop is to bring together experts from physiology, sports medicine, engineering and physics. With the rapid development of wearable technologies that can monitor a plethora of biomechanical and physiological data during exercise, an enormous amount of data becomes available. However, it appears that there is a lack of models and tools that can help turn these big data into usable and meaningful information.
Invited are prominent researchers working in the general fields of physiology, medicine, physics and engineering with background in fields including exercise physiology, biomechanics, engineering of novel sensors, cardiovascular response and variability, and application of statistical physics to physiological measures. With the organization of this workshop, we intend to bring together experts from various fields within and outside MIT to explore current and future directions for this newly emerging interdisciplinary field.
Organizer: Thorsten Emig, MIT-CNRS joint lab / University Paris-Saclay, France.
Invited speakers are experts in the fields of physiology, medicine, engineering and physics.
Director, Cardiovascular Performance Program, Massachusetts General Hospital; Medical Director Boston Marathon
Professor of Physiology
University Paris-Saclay, Unit of Exercise Physiolgy for Training, France.
Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School. Director, Margret and H.A. Rey Institute for Nonlinear Dynamics in Medicine & NIH-sponsored Research Resource for Complex Physiologic Signals.
Anette (Peko) Hosoi
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Co-Founder at Stryd Inc., Boulder.
University of Colorado, Boulder.
Kinesiology department, University Montréal.
Director, Research & Technology
Polar Electro, Kempele, Finland.
Professor Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
School of Engineering & Applied Science, Yale University.
Co-founder and CTO at Humon, Cambridge
Research Professor Theoretical Physics
MIT-CNRS joint laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology & University Paris-Saclay, France.
|08:00||Roland Pellenq / Peko Hosoi / Thorsten Emig||Welcome|
|08:15||Daniel Wiese||Humon and Muscle Oxygenation: From Market Need to the Hex|
|08:40||Aaron Baggish||Cardiovascular health in runners: What we know, What we don't know, and Whether there is too much of a good thing|
|09:25||Peko Hosoi||(Simple) mechanical models of running|
|10:20||Wyatt Mohrman||Bringing the Lab to the Road|
|10:45||Jyrki Schroderus||Industrial Requirements for Running Sports Products|
|11:30||Madhusudhan Venkadesan||Form and function of the human foot|
|12:35||Veronique Billat||How to run the Marathon in less than 2 hours: Old and Modern approach building a bridge between physiology and mathematics|
|01:20||Francois Peronnet||Hyperbolic bioenergetics models of human running performance|
|02:05||Ary Goldberger||Complexity Science and Exercise: New Approaches to Tracking the Marathon Quest for Wellness|
|02:50||Thorsten Emig||A new minimal physiological model for human running performance (part I)|
|03:10||Matthew Mulligan||Applications: Physiological profiles and training (part II)|
|03:30||End of Talks|
|Sat 9:00am||Veronique Billat||Practical physiological testing of runners (MIT Johnson indoor track). Separate registration required, please contact organizers.|
All talks will be at the McGovern Seminar Room, Building 46, Room 3189, MIT Campus.
43 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA.