After graduating in BSc Physics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Paul followed his passion and studied MSc Sports Engineering at the Chemnitz University of Technology. For his Master’s project, Paul spent half a year abroad at the Centre of Sports Engineering Research at the Sheffield Hallam University.
PhD Thesis Title: Development of an Intelligent Measurement System for Swing Analysis in Golf
In his PhD, Paul is now focussing on golf swing analysis. The focus of his project is to deliver a measurement system that provides new insights and drives innovation in golf club manufacturing and fitting. The aim is to develop an intelligent system that will coordinate the data captured from multiple measurement technologies along with analytical techniques to reveal critical relationships in the data and how these can be used to optimise club design parameters.
Lückemann, P.; Haid, D. M.; Brömel, P.; Schwanitz, S.; Maiwald, C. (2018). Validation of an Inertial Sensor System for Swing Analysis in Golf. Proceedings 2 (6), 246, doi:10.3390/proceedings2060246.
Lückemann, P.; Curtis, D.; Odenwald, S. (2018). Effective momentum approach for optimising player-bat performance in Cricket. 12. Symposium der Sektion Sportinformatik und Sporttechnologie der Deutschen Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft, spinfortec2018 Abstractband, p. 33-34.