Young Researchers’ Award
One of the main goals of the ICPESS is the emergence of new scientists and the enhancement of “contemporary frontier research”. For this purpose, the Young Researchers’ Awards (YRA) was established and will be bestowed during the 30th ICPESS of 2022.
Young scientists who wish, under 45 years old, will have the opportunity to take part in the competition regarding the scientific excellence by presenting their outstanding scientific work to the 30th ICPESS of 2022.
A jury composed of the Scientific Committee of the ICPESS and the Scientific Committee SPESS-DUTH, awards the prizes based on the presentation of e-Posters, selecting the top three presentations respectively. The authors of these three presentations are the first to receive a notice of their paper submission for publication as a short paper. The Young Researchers’ Awards (YRA) will be granted to the first authors of the three-best works, who will get a free subscription to the 31st ICPESS.
Those young scientists wishing to participate in the competition for the YRA in the 30th ICPESS 2022 should, by submitting their abstract (Abstract Submission Form), check the corresponding submission field for the “Young Researchers Award”. All abstracts that will be filed and competed for YRA will be presented as e-Posters.
The Award Committee of the e-Posters Presentations consisting of:
- Professor Vasiliki Derri,
- Professor Anastasia Beneka and,
- Associate Professor Ilias Smilios,
met, reviewed all e-Posters in detail and after evaluating them in terms of originality, scope, quality of presentation, and overall scientific excellence, decided to award the following submissions:
EXERCISE & MUSCOLOSKELETAL DISEASES
VIRAL SKIN INFECTIONS IN BEACH VOLLEYBALL ATHLETES
Tertipi N., Sfyri E., Kefala V., Papageorgiou E., Rallis E.
University of West Attica, Greece
PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION
THE EFFECTS OF USING GOAL SETTING AND SELF-RECORDING DURING LEARNING THE SOCCER PASS ON 4th AND 5th GRADE STUDENTS’ EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
Samara E., Kolovelonis A., Goudas M.
University of Thessaly, Trikala, Greece
ERYTHROCYTE AND SKELETAL MUSCLE REDOX STATUS IS ASSOCIATED WITH DIETARY CYSTEINE INTAKE, STRENGTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS IN YOUNG MEN
Papanikolaou K.1, Poulios A.1, Draganidis D.1, Margaritelis N.2, Baloyiannis I.1, Papadopoulos C.3, Deli C.1, Syrou N.1, Georgakouli K.1, Tsimeas P.1, Rosvoglou A.1, Tzatzakis T.1, Makri S.1, Kouretas D.1, Nikolaidis M.2, Jamurtas A.1, Fatouros I.1
1 University of Thessaly, Greece
2 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
3National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
The first authors of the 3 aforementioned e-Posters, will enjoy free registration at the 31st International Congress on Physical Education & Sports Science.