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Manolachi Veaceslav, doctor habilitat, professorManolachi Veaceslav, doctor habilitat, professor


Institution:National Institute of Physical Training and Sports
Adviser Number:14 April, 2006, nr.592
Specialties: 13.00.04 - Theory and Methodology of Physical Education, Sport Training and Physical Culture of Recuperation

Thesis under consideration [4]

Dg Title Specialty Institution Role Defence date
D Technical training of athletes weightlifters at the initial stage 13.00.04 National Institute of Phy... CSS president
adviser
Buftea Victor
22.06.2016
D The technical preparation of junior volleyball players through video analysis application 13.00.04 National Institute of Phy... CSS president
adviser
Păcuraru Alexandru
30.08.2016
D Pedagogical value of fitness activities in the socialization of middleaged women 13.00.04 National Institute of Phy... CSS president
consultant
Râşneac Boris
adviser
Goncearuc Svetlana
30.08.2016
D Physical self-defence professional training of police students within the discipline “Physical Education” 13.00.04 National Institute of Phy... CSS president 30.09.2016

Approved theses [4]

Dg Title Specialty Institution Role Approval date
D Implementation of the marketing strategies in the sports activities within the contingent of candidates in the domain 13.00.04 consultant
adviser
Budevici Anatolie
23.04.2009
DH Scientific Methodological Fundamentals of Morphological Characteristics’ Significance in the Elite Sport 13.00.04 consultant 22.01.2009
D Optimization of the competition falls to prevent accidents which affect the upper limbs at puberal judoka (12-16 years old) 13.00.04 adviser 23.12.2004
DH Starea fizică a şcolarilor polonezi: dimorfizm, dinamica, tendinţe (cercetări logitudinale) 13.00.04 consultant 24.06.2004