The Heart and Diving
We're excited to support Giuseppe Di Tursi from Politecnico di Milano in his explorative research study "Cuore e Subaquea" on cardiac physiology during immersion with our ECG sensors. This is the first study of its kind focused on assessing the feasibility to monitor the Electrocardiogram and Seismocardiogram (i.e. the measurement of chest’s vibrations induced by cardiac mechanical activity) during a diving session. The main goal and the innovation of this investigation stands in evaluating and quantifying the spontaneous adaptation of myocardial mechanics to the underwater environment.
Now the study is published on "Divers for the Environment June 2022".
The Heart and Diving
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM ) Annual Meeting & World Congresses will be held in San Diego CA, USA from 31 May to 4 June 2022. This meeting is the most comprehensive conference for sports medicine and sports science and movisens is excited to be an exhibitor at ACSM this year.
The annual conference " BASEM" opens its doors this year from 26 to 27 May in Brighton, England. movisens will be represented as an exhibitor at the BASEM and is looking forward to get in touch with numerous interested visitors.
One of the first movisens trainings that could take place in presence again!
Our Coaching took place at the Department of Sports, Movement and Health at Universität Basel with Prof. Dr. Gerber (leader of the field Sport and Psychosocial Health) and some of his Team members and covered the use of our EcgMove 4 sensor.
We’re extremely thankful that so many interested scientists joined us to learn more about movisens and what our devices and software solutions can bring to their psycho-physiological research! Being given the chance to exchange experiences with movisens users all over the world is truly a gift for us.
If you also desire a movisens training session just get in touch anytime.
The 25th Symposium of the Society for Applied Business Psychology (GWPs) will take place on 05. - 07.05.2022 in Cologne. Under the motto "ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY 4.0 - SHAPING THE FUTURE", there will be many interesting papers on ambulatory assessment.
movisens will give two presentations in the symposium "Medien & Technik V: Forschungssymposium: Mensch-Technik-Interaktion II - Mobile Sensing, Ambulatory Assessment und Just-in-Time-Adaptive-Intervention".Saturday 07.05.22 (10:30-12:00):
- Affective Computing in Ambulantory Applications
- Just in Time Adaptive Interventions
We are looking forward to numerous interested parties!
With increased size comes increased complexity, and sometimes it’s difficult to know where to begin when dealing with large datasets.
Join us in our latest webinar where we’ll provide tips and advice on how best to store, structure and work with our movisens data sets. Whether you’re a newcomer to behavioral research or a seasoned movisens user, this webinar demonstrates how to handle a big amount of data sets with ease.
We’ll discuss the composition of movisens data sets, and cover topics ranging from the correct storage of measurements, raw data checks and the analysis of the raw data using the movisens DataAnalyzer - both in single and batch mode. We'll also discuss using the movisens results files in other software applications of your choice.
With Prof. Dr. Geber as Supervisor and Sponsor and the support of Dr. Ludyga and Vera Nina Looser the MEMOCAST study at the Department of Sport, Exercise and Health at the University of Basel seeks to investigate the potential of physical activity and exercise in protecting memory-related brain structures and functions of the chronically stressed brain. The overall goal of the study is the examination of the influence of chronic stress on different aspects of memory as well as the potential moderating roles of physical fitness and activity on this association. Additionally, the activity of the central and autonomous nervous system are investigated as potential mechanisms underlying changes in memory.
The MEMOCAST study comprises data of a one-year longitudinal non-interventional study investigating the complex interplay between chronic stress, neurocognitive correlates of memory and physical activity in young healthy adults. The study protocol combines laboratory stationed assessment of event-related potentials recorded via electroencephalography and the assessment of pupil dilation via eye tracking complemented by online questionnaires as well as forty-eight-hour heart rate monitoring (electrocardiography) and a seven-day accelerometry assessment using EcgMove 4. The results will contribute to further insights on the potential of physical activity and exercise in protecting memory-related brain structures and functions of the chronically
stressed brain. Stay up to date about the upcoming results: University of Basel
The " 43rd Annual Meeting & Scientific Session of the Society of Behavioral Medicine" (SBM) will take place from 06-09. April in presence in Baltimore, USA. movisenswill be represented as an exhibitor at the SBM and is looking forward to finally get in touch with the conference participants in person again.