Summer School / Winter School

The 2018 ISEA_Winter School will be held in Östersund, Jämtland, Sweden from 24 February to 2 March, 2018.

Welcome to Sweden and Östersund, Jämtland – a melting pot for research, sports, business, entertainment and recreation.

The 7th ISEA Winter School will focus on innovations in winter sports, providing students with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and expertise on ski, snowboard, cross country ski and other winter sports as well as safety, especially in relation to the effect of different devices, design solutions and protective equipment.

Lectures will be mixed with technical sessions and experimental projects, and advanced field data collection and analysis. ”Hands-on” experience in the application of various sensors and technical systems in the studies related to different aspects of the product development and testing is one of the key aspects. Students will have an opportunity of conducting pilot research studies in many exciting projects related to the sports and and outdoor products, research equipment and design and maintenance of the winter sports parks and terrain.

To find out more and register see Invitation Winter School 2018

Course fee

500 €, for professionals or company representatives

250 €, all students (ISEA members)

Non ISEA members shall add 25 € to cover ISEA membership.

The fee covers all ISEA Winter School activities, breakfasts, lunches, all regular meals and final dinner
March 1st, ski pass, accommodation at Ledkrysset from February 24th to March 2nd.

Registration and payment by January 26th 2018.

Previous winter/summer schools have been held since 2009.

  • ISEA Winterschool 2016, Åre – Sweden.
  • ISEA Winterschool 2013, San Vito – Cortina, Italy.
  • ISEA Winterschool 2011, San Vito – Cortina, Italy. 28 students from Italy, Germany, USA, Japan. Instrumented skis/snowboards prepared by students and tested in the slopes
  • ISEA Summerschool 2009, Chemnitz, Germany. 21 students from UK, Italy, Germany, USA. Preparation and Use of strain-gauges in sports equipment analysis