All basic requirements and consumables already exist / are to be covered by the school. However, an industry partner (SportScientia Ltd) have agreed to contribute £15,000 towards the sponsorship of this PhD project to increase the scope of the deliverables from the PhD and potential research outputs. A Memorandum of Understanding has been provided.UK/EU Only.
Entry requirements: acceptable first degree: Biological Sciences; Sport and Exercise. The standard minimum entry is 2:1
i) Beato, M., Bartolini, D., Ghia, G., & Zamparo, P. (2016). Accuracy of a 10 Hz GPS unit in measuring shuttle velocity performed at different speeds and distances (5–20 m). Journal of human kinetics, 54(1), 15-22.
ii) Beato, M., Coratella, G., Schena, F., & Hulton, A. T. (2017). Evaluation of the external and internal workload in female futsal players. Biology of sport, 34(3), 227.
iii) Beato, M., Devereux, G., & Stiff, A. (2018a). Validity and reliability of global positioning system units (STATSports Viper) for measuring distance and peak speed in sports. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 32(10), 2831-2837.
iv) Beato, M., Jamil, M., & Devereux, G. (2018b). Reliability of internal and external load parameters in recreational football (soccer) for health. Research in Sports Medicine, 26(2), 244-250.
v) Beato, M., Coratella, G., Stiff, A., & Dello Iacono, A. (2018c). The validity and between-unit variability of GNSS units (STATSports Apex 10 and 18 Hz) for measuring distance and peak speed in team sports. Frontiers in physiology, 9, 1288.