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Collaborating researchers

Honorary members

Kelso Scott
Neuroscientist and Professor
Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, Professor of Psychology, Biological Sciences and Biomedical Science at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida and The University of Ulster (Magee Campus) in Derry, N. Ireland


Robert Hristovski
Sc. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Faculty of Physical Education, Sport and Health

Robert Hristovski currently works as a Full time professor in the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University at the Faculty of Physical Education, Sport and Health. He does research in Behavioural Sciences. He and his colleagues apply theoretical ideas and methods coming from complex dynamic systems science to psychomotor activities as a resource of research phenomena. His aim is to understand better the general principles of adaptive behavioral and experiential dynamics of human beings. He works also on problems of transdisciplinary education.
Pedro Passos
Post Doc student
University of Lisbon, Portugal
Plamen Ivanov
Boston University USA
Rafel Pol
Federación española de futbol
Pablo Vazquez
Departament d´ensenyament, generalitat de catalunya
Javier Coterón
Department of Social Sciences of Physical Activity, Sport and Leisure of the Technical University of Madrid
Pablo Vazquez
PhD Inefc Barcelona
Teacher and graduate in sport sciences. Swimmer, runner and teacher, investigator when i'm not with my family. Passionate about complex systems applied
Sergi Garcia Retortillo
University of north Carolina, USA
Ph.D. serves as an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science and Visiting Researcher in the Keck Laboratory for Network Physiology (Department of Physics, Boston University, USA).  He completed his Ph.D. in Exercise Science in the Complex Systems in Sport research group (University of Barcelona, Spain). 
Veronique Richard
University of Queensland
Agne Slapsinskaite
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

Agnė Slapšinskaitė, PT, PhD. Currently is associative professor and senior researcher at Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU, LT) and a member of Complex Systems in Sport Research Group, Barcelona (ES).
After she took a short post-doc in Beijing Sport University, China where she studies Qigong and other national sports of the country. The projects Agnė is/was involved are listed as: Psychobiology of exercise project (ES); Complexity and metabolic risk project (ES); BaltCityPrevention (Interreg Baltic Sea Region) and HealthyBoost (Interreg Baltic Sea Region).
Aleix Gibert
Futbol Club Barcelona
John Kiely
Senior Lecturer in Performance & Innovation.
Physical Education and Sports Sciences University of Limerick (Ireland)
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