CRIS (Confederation for Interdisciplinary Research in Sport) is a federation of recognized university research units of “Région Auvergne Rhône Alpes” in order to promote and support interdisciplinary research in life sciences and humanities in the field of sport and health. The research units members of CRIS are, for humanities ACTE (Clermont-Ferrand) and L_VIS (Lyon), for life sciences (LIBM, Saint Etienne, Lyon and Savoie), AME2P (Clermont-Ferrand) and TAPE (Saint Etienne).
The mission of CRIS is to promote and support interdisciplinary research in life sciences and humanities in the field of sport and health by: 1) Collaborating with European sport and health organizations (e.g. IOC in Lausanne), innovation (e.g. EPSI) and academic (e.g. ECSS) networks; 2) Responding to regional, national and European calls focusing on interdisciplinary approaches that could be applied in the field of sport and health. 3) Participating to strategic innovation domain “Sport, montagne et tourisme” of “Région Auvergne Rhône Alpes”.
In order to promote and get better recognition of interdisciplinary (life sciences – humanities) research and development works, 4 research laboratories of “Région Rhône Alpes” in sport and health domain, proposed in 2015 to the French commission in charge of evaluation of universities to create a new research federation. After evaluation, the SFR CRIS (FED 4272) was created the 1st January 2016. When the larger “Région Auvergne Rhône Alpes” was created, two research laboratories of Clermont-Ferrand joined the federation in 2016.
Institut Régional de Médecine et d’Ingénierie du Sport.
10, Rue de la Marinière
Saint-Priest en Jarez
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Hungarian Sport- and Lifestyle Development Cluster Ltd. MSI
Our development strategy is structured into 2 domains of strategic activity –(DSA):
1 -Sports & Health
2- Outdoor Sports
Flanders' Bike Valley
Delft University of Technology
The Sport and Exercise Sciences Research Institute brings together international experts across a range of sport related activities, facilitating collaboration with the commercial and community sectors promoting research, education, policy and practical innovation.
PFI Prüf- und Forschungsinstitut Pirmasens e.V.
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Institute Carnot Star
TU\e, People Sports and Vitality
Faculty of Sport, University Union - Nikola Tesla
1. Coaching in Sport
2. Management in Sport
3. Sport Journalism
and postgraduate – master courses were created at the Faculty:
1. Sport Management
2. Management in Tourism and Recreational Sport
All the undergraduate courses consist of 4 years of study and in that period each student gains 240 ECTS credits. Students with higher ambitions have the opportunity to continue their studies and earn additional 60 ECTS (300 ECTS altogether) at master’s degree.
Faculty of Sport in Belgrade, in addition to the regular academic education, is also oriented to informal types of education through implementation of the programs of vocational training for performing certain professional tasks in sport. Our aim is to keep this part of the educational process of sports experts at high level and thus contribute to the improvement and development of Serbian sport.
Vocational training programs were introduced in the obligatory practice of sports organizations and higher education institutions in Serbia due to the large number of former athlete and current sports workers, who perform a wide range of activities in the field of sports, but have no formal education. Basically, they need vocational training for the acquisition of the working permit, which allows them to work in sports organizations, in accordance with the law.
The method of gaining the appropriate sports titles is clearly determined by the applicable legal and regulatory provisions and includes the fulfillment of certain formal-legal and educational and professional requirements and criteria. It is realized through joint work and cooperation with sport organizations and higher education institutions in the field of sport and physical education.
Università Iuav di Venezia
CEA Tech is the CEA’s (the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energy Commission) technology research unit. CEA Tech’s three labs—Leti, Liten, and List—develop a broad portfolio of technologies for ICTs, energy, and healthcare. CEA Tech leverages a unique innovation-driven culture and unrivalled expertise to develop and disseminate new technologies for industry, effectively bridging the gap between the worlds of research and business.
With 4,500 researchers and administrative staff dedicated to bringing manufacturers a broad range of Key Enabling Technologies and 550 priority patents applications per year, CEA Tech works with 80% of the CAC 40 companies , 500 SMBs, 145 international clients and achieves € 600 million annual turnover.
The cluster gathers and coordinates a network of professionals from sectors, such as: child care, furniture, fashion (clothing – shoes), toys, food, hygiene, services … but also, universities, schools, research and technical centers, training institutes… who provide their skills and their expertise: marketing, human and social sciences (psychology …), design, technical (materials, electronics, IT, …), medical, etc.
Nova CHILD strives to put the end user at the heart of the business and thus, mobilize these skills to make this network a true transverse center of expertise dedicated to the child.