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Jean B. Morin
Jean-Benoît Morin is Professor of the University of Saint-Etienne (France) and member of the Interuniversity Laboratory of Human Movement Science (LIBM). He obtained a Doctorate in Human Motricity in 2004 at the University of Saint-Etienne (France), co-supervised with the University of Udine in Italy, and a Certified Coach Diploma in Athletics. He is also an associate researcher at the Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand of Auckland University of Technology, and a Visiting Professor in Locomotion Biomechanics and Sports Performance in the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, at Loughborough University.
His research seeks to improve the analysis of human locomotion and athletic performance, including the development and validation of theoretical models and methods that can be used in real-life practice. His activity currently includes collaborations with international sports structures in France (French clubs and federations of athletics, rugby, volleyball, INSEP), and abroad (USA, England, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, Japan), he also works on US sports, in relation to jump and sprint performance. His research has also allowed the development and validation of smartphone applications for an accurate performance analysis, with the aim of applying theoretical models and previous objectives to larger populations of athletes.
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