Many of the Departments of the Faculty offer the opportunity for internships, which are suitable especially for doctoral students who would like to conduct their research in the areas of Kinanthropology and Biomechanics. Internships may also be interesting for Bachelors or Masters students.
Internships are conditional on the availability of a suitable Departmental host, and adequate content of study.
Kinanthropology focuses on the interdisciplinary study of human movement, with respect to Physical Education, sport, recreation, rehabilitation and physiotherapy. It develops themes such as psycho-social and biological determinants of an active lifestyle, psycho-social functions of physical activities, values and ethics of sport as a part of the quality of life, etc.
Biomechanics concerns questions such as the functional and structural response of the human locomotor system, tissues, organs and organ systems to dynamic stress fields; injury biomechanics, occupational diseases, human-machine interaction, degenerative organism changes, artificial replacements, tissue engineering, identification of loading history, etc.