Welcome to the Wagner Lab


Open internship position

Our long-standing cooperative partners at Roessingh Research & Development (RRD) are searching for an intern beginning as soon as possible. This internship can be done within the scientific study programs, but can also be done voluntarily. BSc and MSc theses are also possible to emerge from the project.

Find more information here.
If you are interested, please contact Rosemary Dubbeldam.

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Start-up Predimo wins Münsterland Innovation Award

At this year’s Münsterland Innovation Award Ceremony, Predimo GmbH was named winner in the category Start-up. During a festive ceremony for around 300 guests, Predimo’s CEO Dirk Bendig and CTO Prof. Heiko Wagner received the award from Frank Knura, board representative of Sparkasse Münsterland Ost. 
Predimo, a start up founded on the work at the Department of Movement Science and supported by the WWU, has won the award for “ComputerMyoGrafie”, a process that analyses loads in joints during movement and which brings a new level of analysis to sports, ergonomics, and medicine. 

Charlotte le Mouel leaves the institute

Post-doc Dr. Charlotte le Mouel, who worked in the Department of Movement Science since September 2020, has accepted a new position as a researcher at the CNRS (Paris, France). She will continue her work on handwalking in the context of motor learning and balance control. Congratulations to the new position and thanks for the great time!


Grant Holder Manager workshop of the COST-Academy

Last week, Ellen Bentlage took part in the COST Academy's workshop for Grant Holder Managers in Brussels. The aim was to exchange experiences. The COST Academy supports the management of the Action Network. Prof. Dr. Michael Brach, head of the Active Ageing Lab from the Department of Movement Science, is the chair of the COST project "Network on Evidence-Based Physical Activity in Old Age“ (PhysAgeNet CA20104). More information can be found here.