Welcome to the Wagner Lab


© Ellen Bentlage

Disputation for Ellen Bentlage

Congratulations to Ellen Bentlage on her "Dr. rer.nat."!

"Promoting Physical Activity among Older Adults through Information and Communication Technologies: The relation between user needs and technology requirements" is the title of the dissertation that Ellen Bentlage successfully defended on 12 April 2024.

© Christiane Bohn

Opening of the psychomotor room at the IfS on 26th April 2024

As part of the introduction of the new study program teaching for special educational needs, a psychomotor room was set up in our university sports hall. It will be opened on 26th April 2024 in a festive ceremony with colleagues. In addition to a short keynote speech, invited guests will have the opportunity to discover and experience the psychomotor materials.

© Anna Wittig

AgeWell Meeting

The first transnational meeting of the AgeWell Europe project took place in Münster on March 5 and 6. Together with partners from Ireland, Slovenia, and Italy, the Active Ageing Lab team developed the structure and content for the digital physical activity and health intervention and identified important steps for the further course of the project. Further information and impressions can found here


© Tabea Christ

Sport science in school

Just like last year, a group of 9th grade students from Hopsten (Hüberts'sche School) visited the Movement Science department. As part of their school subject sport science, they carried out an analysis of their counter movement jump height and power in the OpenLab using the Qualisys system. The main goal of the visit was to introduce the students to sports science in a lab setting.