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Research profile

Dr. Maximilian Uwe Siener is currently working as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Professional Sport Education and Sport Qualifications at the German Sport University.

His research focuses on the identification of talent in elite athletes as well as  sport-specific movement learning and Motor control linked to educational concepts of teaching and coaching, particularly, in physical education and school sport and health/fitness of children and young people. So far, he has worked on research projects in the following areas:

  • Athletic Performance
  • Talent Identification
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Physical Fitness
  • Performance Testing
  • Statistical Data Analysis
  • Training and Movement Science
  • Bioengineering
  • Child Health

Teaching profile

Current
Practical course - Badminton basics
Practical course - Endurance training
Seminar - Adaptation and training (education)
Seminar - Talentidentification and Development
Seminar - Children in Competitive sport
Exercise - Diagnostic procedures for children and adolescents

Previously
Exercise - Statistics with SPSS
Exercise - Scientific work
Practical course - Small games in school sports (education)
Practical course - Ability to act in sport
Practical course - Advanced badminton
Seminar - Staatsexamen colloquium (education)
Project seminar - Performance and competition diagnostics
Laboratory - Test procedures in movement and training science
Lecture - Introduction to sports science

Dissertation topic

Predictive validity of talent identification

Academic career

After completing his first Staatsexamen (mathematics/sport) in 2017, he started his doctorate (Cumulus) on the topic of "Validity study on talent research", which he completed in 2022 with "summu cum laude". 

Education/Academic qualification

Education, 1. Staatsexamen, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

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