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  • 2016-03-21
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[Class] Module 15 Sport Tech. & Health Prom.
The course focuses on basic biomechanical and neuromechanical principles and how these principles apply to the human musculoskeletal system and to human movements. Also, this course provides an opportunity that students can be familiarized with terminology used in human movement science, specifically in biomechanics and sports technology.

Date : March 21 – 25, 2016
Venue : Seoul National University Building 153 Room 210
Theme 5 : Sport Science & Technology
Module 15 : Sport Technology & Health Promotion
Professor : Jaebum PARK & ChungGun LEE (
Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)


Professor Jaebum PARK in the first class with the Dream Together Master Student. What is “Neuromechnics”?

Professor took the DTM students to the sport technology laboratory to explain biomechanical measurement techonologies. One of the research assistant from Nepal who is also a graduate student in prof. Park’s laboratory assisted the introducing.

Students experienced the biomechanical measurments which is applied to the human musculoskeletal system.

Students exploring the facilities and technology with the laboratory assistants and professor.

Professor and students having a group photo after the class. By completing this course, the students learned the basic biomechanical and neuromechanical principles and how these principles apply to the huma nmusculoskeletal system and to human movements. This course will be applied to student’s future plan and dream.

Professor ChungGun LEE having a lecture about the origins, historical development, and constructs in the Theory of Planned Behavior.

Students learning how to use SAS9.4 system which is a program evaluation for the logic model of their plans.

Professor explaining about the impartance of various types of program evaluation (need assessment, formative research, process evaluation, moitoring of outputs and outcomes, impact assessment, and cost analysis).

Professor and students having a group photo after the class. This course will be applied to student’s future plan and dream.