Name: Ass. Prof. Dr. Inge Werner
Phone number: +43 512 507 45884
Office location: HG-113
Tutorial hours: Thursday 11:30-12:30 or others by arrangement
Address: Fürstenweg 185, 6020 Innsbruck
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8478-8565
Research group: Neurophysiology of exercise
Inge Werner was born in 1959 in Innsbruck (married, three children). She finished teacher training studies in Physical Education and Mathematics in 1983. From 1980 till 1993 she worked half time as assistant, since 1993 full time at the institute of Sport Science in Innsbruck being assistant professor. In 1992 she finished her PHD studies in the field of movement co-ordination and fatigue. In autumn 2017 she stayed in Los Angeles for a sabbatical with Prof. Francisco Valero-Cuevas in the Brain-Body Dynamics Laboratory at USC.
From 2001 to 2017 she was responsible of all study-programs (or parts) at the institute, 2013 to 2017 she was Dean of Studies of the Faculty of Psychology and Sport Science. She is a board member of the Austrian Association of Sport Science.
Her sports background is apparatus gymnastics. Competition experiences in volleyball, table tennis or track and field in youth times help to apply theoretical knowledge into the sports field. Her actual interests lie in leisure time sports like mountain hiking, ski touring, biking and sports climbing. She holds a trainer diploma in apparatus gymnastics, over some years a national judge diploma and owns an additional qualification in Motopädagogik (working with children suffering from developmental disorders).
Motor Control and Motor Learning
Analyses of sport related movement techniques and motor control aspects (sports climbing specific holds and finger force sharing, balance and high altitude, sensory motor control in gliding on cross country skis, movement instructions), using principal component analysis for movement analysis.
Furthermore: Sure footedness and foot target accuracy in mountain hiking; factors affecting stepping accuracy (in context of accident prevention in mountain hiking esp. stumbling and slipping); movement variability.
- VO Kinesiology (Bewegungswissenschaft)
- SE Seminar with Bachelor thesis
- Multivariate Statistics
- Study design
- Proseminar Statistics
- Masterseminar Kinesiology
- Practical courses: Apparatus Gymnastics and Motopedagogy
Promsri, A; Haid, T; Werner, I; Federolf, P (2020): Leg Dominance Effects on Postural Control When Performing Challenging Balance Exercises.
In: Brain Sciences. Special Issue Collection on Systems Neuroscience
Werner, I; Peer-Kratzer, M; Haid, T; Federolf, P (2019): Effects of external versus internal focused instructions for knee alignment on whole body kinematics of landing and jumping movements.
In: Bunc, V; Tsolakidis, E: ECSS Prague 2019. Book of Abstracts. European College of Sport Science, ISBN 978-3-9818414-2-8, S. 154 - 155.
Promsri, A; Haid, T; Werner, I; Federolf, P (2019): Changes in coordinative complexity of postural movements in response to increased balance task difficulty.
In: Gait & Posture 73/Supplement 1, S. 290 - 292.
Werner, I; Enzinger, A; Ressel, J (2015): Effects of uphill walking and downhill walking on postural control.
In: Radmann, A; Hedenborg, S; Tsolakidis, E (eds): ECSS Malmö 2015. European College of Sport Science, ISBN 978-91-7104-567-6, S. 191.
Krenn, O; Werner, I; Lawrence, E; Valero-Cuevas, FJ (2015): The lower extremity dexterity test quantifies sensorimotor control for cross country skiing.
In: Müller, E; Kröll, J; Lindinger, S; Pfusterschmied, J; Stöggl, T (Eds.): Science and Skiing VI. ISBN 978-1-78255-066-2, S. 439 - 445.