Wearables in Practice

On the 12th of December 2018, movisens joins other exhibitors at the fifth edition of Wearables in Practice (WIP) in Amsterdam. Topics such as non-invasive methods for long-term monitoring of the autonomic nervous system or heartbeat feedback constitute part of this symposium.

We await interesting lectures by Hans Bussmann and Mark Hoogendoorn and would welcome any participants who would like to visit our stand and learn more about new measuring methods.

Society for Psychophysiological research 2018

movisens heads abroad to Canada for the 58th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. The meeting takes place in the Quebec convention centre from the 3rd to the 7th of October. We'll display our unique combination of physiological sensors and experience sampling software, with a key focus on the integration of the two platforms. We look forward to seeing some of our existing customers there, and meeting researchers keen to explore this nascent field.

Amongst a whole array of interesting talks, we're particularly looking forward to the Heart Rate Variability symposium from Julian Thayer on Saturday the 7th. We'd like to extend a warm welcome to all the delegates, and invite them to drop by our table and have a chat about what psychophysiological solutions we can provide for their research.

Austrian Society for Psychology conference

The 13th conference of the Austrian Society for Psychology (Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Psychologie) (ÖGP) takes place from the 12th til the 14th of April 2018 in the Johannes Kepler Universität in Linz.

The conference focuses on the opportunity of linking newer technologies with classical reactive procedures in order to show new potentials for psychological research. We're looking forward to the interesting presentations, and hope that attendees take a moment to stop by our stand to inform themselves of our innovative methods and research solutions.

movisens at the research conference of the DGKJP

movisens visits Tübingen this week for the 2018 DGKJP research conference. As always, we're looking forward to the presentations and the chance to engage in interesting discussions around the topic of interventions. The conference runs from the 1st to the 2nd of March 2018, and we invite all the participants to stop by our booth over the two days to discuss how we can help them in their research. We'll display our sensors and resources for capturing ambulatory data, and in particular our tools used for intervention studies.

Seminars at movisens

Thanks to our recent relocation we now have the space to grow our team, and also to offer training here at our own premises! Our new office space allows us to offer seminars in the field of ambulatory assessment/mobile monitoring to researchers and research groups. This allows research teams to undertake basic training in the best methods for gathering physiological and/or experience sampling data and provides a great opportunity to clarify all the important issues they may face in their upcoming study. The training includes both a theoretical and practical component.

If you or your research group would like to attend a training seminar, please contact us at info@movisens.com. We will announce upcoming dates for seminars here on our news page, and via our newsletter which you can subscribe to below. On average we send only one newsletter per month, so it shouldn't hurt your inbox too much!

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movisens GmbH
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76137 Karlsruhe
Germany

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5th Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment

The fifth Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment takes place in Luxembourg from the 15th to the 17th of June 2017. The conference presents a unique opportunity for the discussion of new research and methods in relation to monitoring behaviour, physiology, experiences and environmental aspects of people in naturalistic settings.

Luminaries in the field such as Paul Wallace, Christoph Thuemmler, Arthur Stone and Donna Spruijt-Metz will present keynote talks that highlight the innovations within this exciting field. movisens is a proud sponsor of this event.

We'll conduct two workshops, both of which detail some of the exciting innovative methods that we've made possible for researchers:
- Thursday, June 15, 2013 - 8.30 am - Room 4.020, 4th floor: "Mobile sensing for ambulatory assessment - technological possibilities and applications"
- Saturday, 17.06.2017 - 11.00 - Room 4.520, 4th floor: "Physiological sensors for interactive ambulatory assessment"

We are looking forward to meeting everyone and enjoying the stimulating discussions on the topic of ambulatory assessment!

13th Symposium Journee De L’Ecole Doctorale Sciences Du Mouvement Humain

movisens is delighted to be attending the 13th Symposium JOURNEE DE L'ECOLE DOCTORALE SCIENCES DU MOUVEMENT HUMAIN (Day of the Doctoral School: Science of human movement) that takes place at the University Montpellier (UFR STAPS) on the 2nd of June, 2017.

This symposium highlights the multi-facetted elements of the movement sciences, and seeks to encourage the development and exchanges between PhD students, PhDs, teachers-researchers, researchers and representatives of the world of business and industry.

Featuring scientific presentations from doctoral students, round table discussions on post thesis projects and poster presentations, it shapes as an important symposium for anyone involved in the movement sciences. We look forward to hearing about your research goals, and welcome you to visit our stand to discuss our physiological sensors and how they may assist your research.

Ambulatory Assessment Colloquium: investigating mood and physical activity

On June 19, 2017, a colloquium on "Ambulatory Assessment to Investigate Physical Activity and Mood" takes place in Karlsruhe, Germany, at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Lectures by renowned guests such as Genevieve Dunton (University of Southern California) and Jutta Mata (University of Mannheim) will cover topics of health, physical activity, mobile monitoring and Ecological Momentary Assessment.

Many studies have been actualized with assistance and equipment from movisens, and some of our employees will also participate in the event. This colloquium presents a great opportunity to discuss, develop and plan new and innovative research approaches. If you have an idea for an ambulatory study we have the technology and experience that can help you to develop your idea and turn it into a research project. Feel free to contact us!