Programme

  • 22 July — 26 July 2024

  • Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • HK$3,000 (Includes accommodation)

  • Apply by 14 March 2024

  • Fully booked

1st Day
Sports performance and advanced biomechanics technique

Lecture and workshop venue: Cheng Yu Tung Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

On-field demonstration venue: University Gym, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

08:30 — 08:45
Registration
08:45 — 09:00
Course opening

(Patrick Yung and Daniel Fong)

09:00 — 10:00
Lecture 1: Application of wearable sensor and computer vision for sports enhancement

(Roy Cheung)

10:00 — 10:10
Break
10:10 — 11:10
Lecture 2: Application of instrumented paddles in measuring on-water kinetics

(Veni Kong)

11:10 — 11:20
Break
11:20 — 12:20
Lecture 3: Sports performance – segmental sequencing in overarm throwing

(Allan Fu) 

12:20 — 13:30
Lunch
13:30 — 15:00
On-field demonstration 1: On-field motion analysis for overhead sports

 (Allan Fu)

(at Univ Sports Centre) 

15:00 — 15:10
Break
15:10 — 16:40
Lab based workshop 1: Gait analysis and gait retraining with wearable sensors

(Roy Cheung)

16:40 — 16:50
Break
16:50 — 18:50
Seminar 1 (case discussion and experience sharing): marker-based motion analysis VS motion analysis with markerless system

(Roy Cheung, Allan Fu and Veni Kong)

19:00 — 21:00
Dinner
2nd Day
Sport injury biomechanics and prevention
09:00 — 10:00
Lecture 4: Biomechanics of muscle and ligament injuries at the ankle and the knee joint

(Daniel Fong)

10:00 — 10:10
Break
10:10 — 11:10
Lecture 5: Biomechanics forensic investigation and prevention of ankle sprain

(Daniel Fong)

11:10 — 11:20
Break
11:20 — 12:20
Lecture 6: Biomechanical risk factors for anterior cruciate ligament injury

(Boyi Dai)

12:20 — 13:30
Lunch
13:30 — 15:00
Lab-based workshop 2: Biomechanics measurement of the ankle joint

(Daniel Fong)

15:00 — 15:10
Break
15:10 — 16:40
Lab-based workshop 3: Biomechanics measurement of the knee joint

(Boyi Dai)

16:40 — 16:50
Break
16:50 — 18:50
Seminar 2 (case discussion and experience sharing): How to use biomechanics knowledge to understand, evaluate, and prevent sports injury

(Daniel Fong and Boyi Dai)  

19:00 — 21:00
Dinner
3rd Day
Participant presentation
09:00 — 10:30
Participant presentation

 

A kinematics analysis of two different start techniques with dribble in collegiate basketball athletes 

(Tsz Yin Li)

 

Can music therapy enhance gait in Parkinson’s disease patients?

(Alex Redhead)

 

Comparison of differences in movement technique and risk of foul play during platform and field training in race walkers

(Xinrui Zhang)

 

The feasibility of incorporating high tops or high collars in basketball shoes into the design of tennis shoes

(Zhuoran Wang)

 

Motor cortices activation and gait performance of older adults during turning under motor-cognition dual task

(Yuqi Dong)

 

Analysis of a lateral ankle sprain injury in badminton with a model-based image-matching forensic video analysis method

(Jingdan Zhang)

10:30 — 10:45
Break
10:45 — 12:15
Participant presentation

 

Injury risk reduction, taking it outside the lab 

(Dhananjaya Sutanto)

 

The role of wearable technologies in home-based tele-rehabilitation for gait disorders in chronic stroke patients

(Hantao Song)

 

Optimisation of digital prosthetic socket design based on liner results

(Fang Liu)

 

Reliability and construct validity of fatigue indices derived from near-infrared spectroscopy and electromyography during a bilateral hanging task in amateur rock climbers

(Jiaqi Li)

 

The deterioration of proprioception may contribute to impaired functional mobility among older adults aged over 80 years

(Qi Wang)

 

Validity evaluation of Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) for running kinematics in non-rearfoot strike runners using Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM)

(Ziwei Zeng)

12:15 — 13:45
Lunch
13:45 — 15:15
Participant presentation

 

Finite element analysis of ankle fusion surgery 

(Hengshuo Zhang)

 

Biomechanical measurement in single leg dynamic tasks and neuromuscular training in collegiate athletes with chronic ankle instability

(Sarit Suwanmana)

 

The effect of playing surface on jumping biomechanics in volleyball players: a scoping review 

(Ka Po Chan)

 

Coper has altered Multi-segment foot kinematics compared to controls and individuals with chronic ankle instability during cutting maneuvers

(Wenxing Zhou)

 

Landing from 16cm has a higher lateral ankle sprain potential among people with chronic ankle instability

(Teng Zhang)

 

Toe-out landing reduces anterior talofibular ligament strain while maintains calcaneofibular ligament strain in people with chronic ankle instability

(Xiaoxue Zhu)

 

 

15:15 — 15:30
Break
15:30 — 17:00
Participant presentation

 

Effects of sport compression garments on biomechanical determinants of lower limb injuries in cutting maneuvers

(Cheuk Yin Ho)

 

Biomechanical characteristics of single-leg drop landing tests in female soccer players with chronic ankle instability

(Lantao Luo)

 

Effects of stroboscopic glasses on lower extremity biomechanics in people with chronic ankle instability during drop landing

(HUANG Dongmei)

 

Peroneal-Tibialis Tai Chi Chuan for improving ankle function in people with chronic ankle instability

(Qian Qian)

 

The muscle activation and landing kinematics of cal athletes in single-leg landing and lateral jumps

(Dan Yu)

 

Longer peroneal reaction time in people with chronic ankle instability lines in mechanoreceptor delay from sending signals rather than prolonged peripheral nerve conduction

(Ziyin Liu)

17:00 — 17:15
Break
17:15 — 18:45
Participant presentation

 

The Effects of Anticipated and Unanticipated Movements on Biomechanical Characteristics and ACL load of Different Change of Direction Techniques

(Cheng Pang Hsiao)

 

Effect of an acute quadriceps muscle fatigue on knee muscle co-contraction and landing biomechanics

(Luyi Wang)

 

Hamstring stiffness is associated with its recruitment and landing strategy

(Amornthep Jankaew)

 

Vicious circle of knee osteoarthritis

(Jin Yan)

 

The effect of resistance training on the chronic neck pain in carrier-based aircraft pilots

(YANG Xin)

 

Development of non-laboratory-based tools to measure stage specific biomechanical markers for individuals with hip osteoarthritis

(Ransi Subasinghe Arachchige)

19:00 — 21:00
Dinner
4th Day
Biomechanics of anterior cruciate ligament injury and reconstruction
09:00 — 10:00
Lecture 7: ACL injury mechanisms - lessons learned from video analyses

(Hideyuki Koga)

10:00 — 10:10
Tea break
10:10 — 11:10
Lecture 8: Pivot-shift measurement-based approach for improving ACL reconstruction

(Yuichi Hoshino)

11:10 — 11:20
Tea break
11:20 — 12:50
Lab-based workshop 4: Video analysis for ACL injury

(Hideyuki Koga)

12:50 — 14:00
Lunch
14:00 — 15:30
Lab-based workshop 5: Biomechanics device to measure joint laxity

(Yuichi Hoshino)

15:30 — 16:00
Tea break
16:00 — 18:00
Seminar 3 (case discussion and experience sharing): How to use biomechanics knowledge to improve the management of ACL injury

(Hideyuki Koga, Yuichi Hoshino)

18:00 — 18:30
Break
18:30 — 21:30
Dinner and sightseeing: Victoria Harbor boat tour
5th Day
Biomechanics of the shoulder joint
09:00 — 10:30
Lecture 9: Biomechanics of shoulder

(Sakiko Oyama)

10:30 — 10:45
Tea break
10:45 — 12:15
Lab-based workshop 6: Biomechanics measurement of the shoulder joint

(Sakiko Oyama)

12:15 — 12:30
Award presentation and closing

(Patrick Yung and Daniel Fong)

12:30 — 12:45
Break
12:45 — 14:00
Lunch
14:00 — 18:00
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