Tobias Vogt


Research profil

As Head of Institute, Tobias Vogt holds an Assistant Professorship in the Institute of Professional Sport Education and Sport Qualifications at the German Sport University. 

His research focusses on sport-specific motor learning/control and movement behavioral processes linked to educational concepts on teaching and sport-specific coaching competences, particularly, in physical education and school sport settings as well as talent promotion programmes for young athletes' identification and development.

Tobias Vogt actively represents the German Sport University in a 'Research Network on Children and Youth Sports'.

Responsible for establishing an internationally funded graduate school on ‘Performance control in sports: Skill-related motor behavior of sport-specific movement techniques in novices and athletes’, he acted as Visiting Professor at the Waseda University (Japan) between 2016 and 2018 and was awarded Adjunct Associate Professor for three years at its Faculty of Sport Sciences in 2019. 

Tobias Vogt serves as Fellow and active member in the Scientific Committee of the European College of Sport Science. He was invited for several months of research and lecturing to the University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia) and the Loughborough University (United Kingdom).

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