Labor für Biomechanik und Bewegungswissenschaft

Universität Graz

Graz

Core Facilities (CF)

Kurzbeschreibung

Labor für bewegungswissenschaftliche Forschung, Messung von Kräften, u.v.m.

Ansprechperson

Markus Tilp

Research Services

Research Services nach Rücksprache

Methoden & Expertise zur Forschungsinfrastruktur

Erfassung von menschlicher Bewegung, derzeit z.B. FWF Projekt

Markus Tilp
Institut für Bewegungswissenschaft, Sport und Gesundheit
0316 380 8332
markus.tilp@uni-graz.at
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Verbände
Firmen
2019-2022 - „Habitual stretching: A tool to adapt muscle-tendon structure?“ (P32078, PI: Dr. Andreas Konrad, funded by the FWF, Project volume € 393.000.

2018-2021 - “Static stretching in children with spastic cerebral palsy” (T 1017, Firnberg-Program, PI: Dr. Annika Kruse), funded by the FWF, Project volume € 234.000.

2016 - “Cognitive and motoric effects of daily exercise in school”, project funded by the Austrian Ministry of Defense & Sports, Project volume: € 11.000.
2015 – 2018 - “Temporal effects of acute static stretching on the neuromechanics of the muscle-tendon unit” (P27665-B27), project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Project volume: € 284.000.

2012 - 2015 - “Effects of different stretching methods on muscle and tendon properties” (P23786-B19), project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Project volume: € 113.000.

2010-2014 - “Movement and action sequence analysis in complex sport games“ (P22299), project funded by the FWF, Project volume: € 290.000.

2009-2011 - “MOSIMB“- Modelling and Simulation of Human Movement, project funded by EU/Styria/Univ. Graz, Project volume: € 195.000

2006 - 2009 - “Computer automated sports game analysis – pilot project beachvolleyball“ (P18600-N15), funded by the FWF, Project volume € 280.000.
1. F. Budini, D. Rafolt, M. Christova, E. Gallasch, M. Tilp (2020) The Recovery of Muscle Spindle Sensitivity Following Stretching Is Promoted by Isometric but Not by Dynamic Muscle Contractions. Frontiers in Physiology. 11:905. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2020.00905

2. B. Weber, K. Koschutnig, A. Schwerdtfeger, C. Rominger, I. Papousek, E. Weiss, M. Tilp, A. Fink (2019) Learning Unicycling Evokes Manifold Changes in Gray and White Matter Networks Related to Motor and Cognitive Functions. Scientific Reports. 9(1), 532-543. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-40533-6.

3. F. Budini, M. Christova, E. Gallasch, P. Kressnik, D. Rafolt, M. Tilp (2018) Transient increase in cortical excitability following static stretching of plantar flexor muscles. Frontiers in Physiology. 9:530. doi:10.3389/fphys.2018.00530

4. A. Kruse, C. Schranz, M. Svehlik, M. Tilp (2017) Mechanical muscle and tendon properties of the plantar flexors are altered even in highly functional children with spastic cerebral palsy. Clinical Biomechanics. 50: 139-144. doi:10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2017.10.019

5. A. Konrad, S. Stafilidis, M. Tilp (2016) Effects of acute static, ballistic, and PNF stretching exercise on the muscle and tendon tissue properties. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. 27(10). 1070-1080. doi: 10.1111/sms.12725

6. A. Konrad, M. Tilp (2014) Effects of static stretching training on the properties of human muscle and tendon structures. Clinical Biomechanics, 29, 636-642. DOI: 10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2014.04.013