Today was the last day in Switzerland and the last day of measurements with Ski Team Sweden. We were at the gondola at 5:30 am to have the final three skiers tested. Despite of the early hours all measurements were good and we are looking forward to analyze these! P.S. with a morning view like […]Read More 180925 Last word from Mads early morning in Saas Fee!
Top: Mads in test session with the alpine athlete Tobias and his coach. Bottom: Lars and Frederic Meyer (seems to always be eating:-)Read More 180924 Our case team at work in Switzerland and Norway!
Our US R&D student Lars got the opportunity to take a break with a fishing tour Saturday evening – on the dangerous waters in Norway! We hope to see you again!Read More 180922 Snowboardcase on water:-)
How do we get more medals? Pictures from Saas Fee and our field tests at Ski Team Swedens training camp, professor Matej Supej on the slope assisted by Alessandro and Mads. Scroll down and our performance engineer Alessandro will explain to you what we are doing. From the 20th to the 25th of September, our […]Read More 180921 How do you measure the performance of an alpine athlete to get more gold medals? Check out our on-going field work in Switzerland!
We are ready to leave for exciting work in Switzerland with the Swedish alpine team and in Norway to work on our snowboard case – we will keep you posted! Below some pictures from our office in Aare preparing our upcoming week. /Mads, Alessandro and Lars.Read More 180917 Ready for Switzerland and Norway – leaving this week!
I was watching CNN yesterday – very interesting – Apples new watch has a lot of features for health monitoring and easy access for both professional health care staff and the individual. Funny that this happens right now when we at Mid Sweden University, together with Umea University, will be involved in developing a holistic […]Read More 180913 New Apple FDA-Grade Heart Rate Monitor – wearable!
Christian, the skier, was very patient, keeping his position still inside the wind tunnel and allowing us to repeat the test several times. I can imagine why he was so focused: Christian, who has had one of his legs amputated when he was 5 years old, is dreaming of breaking a world record, reaching the […]Read More 180912 Breaking borders and world records with our science – in Newton Lab, Milan, Italy! And I met Christian…
Today, while I was flying to Milan, I saw a lot of airplanes taking off and landing at the airport and I was particularly interested in their shape, designed to be as aerodynamic as possible. To study aerodynamics is the reason why I now travel back to my home country Italy: Better aerodynamics means higher […]Read More 180910 A travel into aerodynamics
After a late dinner in our office yesterday, today was the first day for our students. If you know the Swedish language you can read more about it if you click on “Gunmarie testar”, otherwise – it can be worth learning the language as we will keep on breaking borders and you want to know, […]Read More 180904 Fresh pics: Students at our office and R&D Aare Centre of Excellence!
Welcome to Sweden! Today we have picked up two of our internships at the airport in Aare/ Ostersund. This is Lars Hallstrom from USA and Mads Kjaer Madsen from Denmark – and they seem to be very happy to join us:-) Fully equipped with gear for Winter sports and science! Tomorrow a few more students […]Read More 180903 Live from Aare! Students arriving now!