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Campulung Moldovenesc, Romania
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Adrian Gagea (born 2nd of June, 1941, Campulung Moldovenesc, Romania) is Emeritus Honorary Member of the International University Sports Federation, former professor, scholar, inventor engineer, multiple national champion and record holder in athletics. He was Professor of Biomechanics at the Medical Disciplines Department, Faculty of Kinesiotherapy, National Academy of Physical Education and Sport Bucharest and doctoral supervisor to 83 PhD students. Concomitant, he was Senior Scientific Researcher and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research "Alexandru Partheniu” at University of Physical Education and Sport, where he published over one hundred scientific papers and 16 books. He patented in collaboration 9 patents in Electrophysiology and Biomechanics. He was 18 times national champion in Athletics – Shot Put (including 11 times on indoor) and held several national records. He was elected Auditor of FISU in six consecutive mandates of four years each (1991–2015), attending at 26 different Universiade and being Chairman at 14 different World University Championships.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Was a student at "Liviu Rebreanu" College in Bistrita, Bistrita-Nasaud County; He graduated from the Technical University "Gheorghe Asachi " in Iasi, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the current “Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Energetics and Applied Informatics”, in 1965; He graduated from the National Academy of Physical Education and Sport in Bucharest in 1974; He did doctoral studies ScD in Institute of Biology, AWF Warsaw in 1978; He equated doctoral studies PhD at the Ministry of Education in Bucharest in 1993. He was professor at National Academy of Physical Education and Sport in the period 1965–2011, currently focuses on Biomechanics, Logical-mathematical models and Electrophysiological effects of sports effort. In compliance with him the following results of his researches can be considered as intellectual property: The logical-mathematical pattern of simulation of the paucineuronal nets behavior involved in human motor reaction; Identification of the minimum quantity of electricity (quebase) that causes muscular twitch (secouse) in man; The discovery of the phenomenon of the phasic-tonics compensation in neuromuscular excitability by increasing muscle power; The theoretical and experimental identifying the unitary phenomena of the human electro-dermal reflexes; Enlargement of quantity-quality conversion functions (alpha-gamma); Significance of maximum instant anaerobic power indicator; Simulation of overcompensation in the effort-recovery iteration cycles by a hysteresis relationship of the effort difficulty.
Published Scientific Papers[edit | edit source]
Gagea, A. and col., Intelligent Systems with Applications in Human Motor Activity, Applied Mechanics and Materials Vol. 656 (2014) pp 617-625 © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland;
Gagea, A., Biomechanical Standpoint about Force Applied in Athletes Motion, One-line print: Mollecular and Celluar Biomechanics, Tehn. Science, Vol.7, 2009, ISBN: 1582-1943, United States;
Gagea, A., Secousse musculaire quasi liminaire chez l'homme, Kinesiotherapy 3/3 1971, pp.179-192, Belgique;
Scientific Reports[edit | edit source]
Worldwide Forum of Rectors, May 2004, Advanced Science and Top Sport, Madrid, Spain;
Published Books and Guidebooks[edit | edit source]
Advice on Drafting and Supporting the Master License Thesis, Ed. Foundation "Romania de Maine", 2003, p 54, ISBN 973- 582-701-8, Bucharest;
Interdisciplinary Research in Sport (in Romanian Language), Ed. Destin, 2002, p 282, ISBN 973, Deva;
Member of the Editorial Board and Staff[edit | edit source]
Membership in Organizations and Companies[edit | edit source]
Executive Committee Member – Auditor of International University Sports Federation (Sheffield, England, from 1991 to 1995, Fukuoka – Japan, 1995–1999, Palma de Majorca – Spain, 1999–2003, Daegu – Korea, 2003–2007, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007–2011, Shenzhen, China, 2011–2015);
Vice President of Society of Science, Human Excellence and University Sports of Romania, 2011-;
Honorary member of the NGO "Save the Danube and the Danube Delta", Romania 2010-;
Representative of "Cousteau Foundation" in Romania for "Bill of Rights for Future Generations", 1993-;
Chairman to: World Championships University (CMU) Canoe-Slalom (Prague, 1994), CMU Handball (Bulgaria, 1996), CMU Triathlon (Liberec, Czech Republic 1996), CMU Badminton (Strasbourg, France 1996),CMU Handball (Poland, 1998), CMU Handball (Yugoslavia, 1999), CMU Badminton (Sofia, 2000), CMU Taekwondo (Kaohsiung, Taipei, 2000), CMU Chess (Varna, Bulgaria, 2000) UMC Sailing (Quiberon, France, 2002), CMU Canoeing (Bari, Italy, 2002), CMU Chess (Novokuznetsk, Russia, 2008), CMU Orienteering (Alicante, Spain, 2012), CMU Cross-Country (Entebbe, Uganda, 2014).
Honors and Awards[edit | edit source]
Human Science Award, American Biographical Institute, 1998;
International Olympic Committee Certificate of 1993;
Master of Sports, CNEFS 1972.
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