Amanda Brothwell

2020 Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science (ACSS 2020)

Website: https://acss.ear.com.sg

Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science (ACSS 2020), themed “A Multidisciplinary Approach to Enhance Sport Performance”, the two-day Conference will offer participants the opportunity to learn about the latest trends and best practices in the world of Sport Science. Leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars will attend to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Sport Science. We encourage research papers and training approaches based on integrating different disciplines applied in Sport Science to enhance sport performance to be submitted to the conference. Expect presentations on the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Sport Science.
Join us for this exciting Conference in Singapore from 16th to 17th July 2020 at the Furama Riverfront Hotel.

ACSS Keynote Speakers:
Cherie Tan, Singapore National Bowler, Gold at World Women’s Bowling Championships 2019, Women’s Masters Dr. Stephen Burns, Physical Education & Sports Science, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University Dr. Masato Kawabata, Physical Education & Sports Science, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University Dr. Ian Tim Heazlewood, Associate Professor – Exercise and Sports Science, Charles Darwin University
Enquiries: anthonytan@ear.com.sg
Web address: https://acss.ear.com.sg
Sponsored by: East Asia Research and Charles Darwin University

2019 Student Project Competition open

Calling all eligible students to submit their work for the 2019 Student Project Competition. Projects are defined as work wherein the students are the primary contributor. Both individual and group submissions are eligible (please see prizes for clarification).

Prizes
1st prize: £1000 and full membership to the ISEA for one year*
2nd prize: £500 and full membership to the ISEA for one year*
3rd prize: Full membership to the ISEA for one year*
*The prize funds for group submissions will be shared equally among members and each member will receive student ISEA membership for one year.

Further information on how to submit your work can be found here.

The deadline is 31 October 2019 for submissions.

The results will be announced on 2 December 2019.

Full application procedure can be found here http://www.sportsengineering.org/2019-student-project-competition/

ISEA2020 – Conference news

We are pleased to inform you that the Abstract Submission of The 13th conference of the International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA 2020) has just opened!

The details are on the below web page: http://www.isea2020.org/abstract/index.html

The deadline of the submission is 15 July 2019.

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ISEA2020 – THE ENGINEERING OF SPORT13
Date: 22 – 25 June, 2020
Website: http://www.isea2020.org
Conference Venue: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Contact: secretariat@isea2020.org

Important Deadlines:
– Abstract Submission: 15 July 2019
– Paper Submission: 30 October 2019

Welcome to the new ISEA Executive Committee

The new Directors and Executive Committee are as follows:

Directors:
President: David James
Secretary: Jonathan Shepherd
Treasurer: Marcus Dunn
Special Advisor: Kim Blair

Executive committee members:
Patrick Drane
Arjen Jansen
Stefan Litzenberger
Akihiro Matsuda
Chloe Newton-Mann
Stefan Schwanitz
Katsumasa Tanaka
James Webster
Paul Wood

ISEA 2020 – The Engineering of Sport 13 – dates announced

The 13th conference on the Engineering of Sport on behalf of the International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA) will take place in Tokyo, Japan from 22 to 25 June 2020. This conference is hosted by The Sports Engineering & Human Dynamics Division (SHD) in The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME). The conference will be held just before the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. Participants will be able to feel the feverish atmosphere in Tokyo. In the conference, special site visits and exhibitions related to the Olympic and Paralympic Games are going to be planned.

Important dates

Abstract Submission – July 2019
Acceptance Notification – August 2019
Paper Submission – October 2019
Registration – February 2020 (Early Bird fees close)
Conference – June 22-25, 2020

Please visit http://www.isea2020.org/

Announcing the 2020 ISEA Conference

ISEA 2020 – The Engineering of Sport 13

We are pleased to announce the ISEA Conference in 2020 will be held in Tokyo, Japan 2020.

The Sports Engineering and Human Dynamic Division (SHD) in The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME) will host the conference.

Tentative dates are 25-28 June 2020. More information to follow soon.

Announcing the winners of the student project competition 2017

Many congratulations to this years winners.

1st Dougie Mann (Imperial College London, UK)

2nd Nick Cecchi & Gianna Fote (University of California, Irvine, USA)

3rd Vijay Sreedhara (Clemson University, USA)

The prizes are:

1st – £1000 and full membership for 2018

2nd – £500 (shared) and full membership for 2018 (each)

3rd – full membership for 2018

Many thanks for all the submissions this year.

Sports Materials in Applied Sciences

Drs Allen, Foster, Strangwood and Webster are guest editing a Special Issue on Sports Materials in Applied Sciences (IF 1.679). The deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 January 2018.

More information can be found here: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/applsci/special_issues/Sports_Materials

Thanks
Dr Tom Allen

ISEA 2017 STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION

Eligibility:

This competition is open to undergraduate, masters, and PhD students of years 2016 and 2017, at any institution of higher education in the world, who have undertaken a project on a sports engineering or technology topic. Projects are defined as work wherein the students are the primary contributor. Both individual and group submissions are eligible (please see prizes for clarification).

Submission:

Please present your work in the form of an infographic. An infographic is the utilisation of visual images (such as a chart or diagram) to represent information or data in a quick and easily understandable way. For some great examples, please refer to the sport science blog by Yann Le Meur (https://ylmsportscience.com/).

Selected entries will be made available on the website and social media platforms and are an excellent way to showcase your research to a wider audience.

The ISEA logo is available for download in light or dark format, and must be included in your infographic.

Please submit your infographic in PDF or PNG format. Submissions should be sent to the following: isea@shu.ac.uk

Please include a contact email address for all members if submitting as a group.

Deadline: 1st October 2017

Judging:
Judging will be carried out by the members of the executive committee of the ISEA. Marks will be awarded in areas such as academic rigour, originality and presentation.

Results will be announced by 31st December 2017.

Prizes:
1st prize: £1000 and full membership to the ISEA for one year*
2nd prize: £500 and full membership to the ISEA for one year*
3rd prize: Full membership to the ISEA for one year*

*The prize funds for group submissions will be shared equally among members and each member will receive student ISEA membership for one year.

For further information, please see the ISEA website at www.sportsengineering.org or by direct contact with the organisers via isea@shu.ac.uk

ISEA Student Project Competition 2016 – Results

First prize was awarded to Marco Reijne from Delft University of Technology for his project on ‘The next level in pole vaulting: A mechanical model based on exploration’.

Second prize was awarded to Biem Wibbens from Delft University of Technology for his project on ‘The design of field hockey sticks’.

Congratulations to both Marco and Biem!

We received a high number of excellent projects this year which were a great reflection on the quality of sports engineering education around the world. The judges enjoyed reading the wide range of project areas that were submitted and thank you once again to all the applicants.