Sports Engineering is the official journal of the International Sports Engineering Association. Founded in 1998 it is the longest running journal in the field of Sports Engineering and Technology and publishes quality international articles on engineering and technology in sport.
The Journal intends to fill the niche area which lies between classical engineering and sports science and aims to bridge the gap between the analysis of the equipment and the athlete. The Journal acts as a forum where research, industry and the sports sector can exchange knowledge and ideas.
The journal transitioned to Continuous Article Publishing in 2019. This means that what was Special Issues are now Special Collection, which essentially means a virtual online collection of papers under a set topic. This a positive development for our journal, as it gives us greater flexibility over Special Issues/Collections.
The journal strategy can be found here.
In July 2019 Tom Allen was appointed as the new Editor in Chief. Many thanks to Lloyd Smith for his service to the journal over the last few years. Our new editorial board is listed below.
In September 2020 we appointed Dr Hugo Espinosa, Lecturer at Griffith University as our new Assistant Editor.
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It has been four years since we renewed and reinvigorated our Editorial board. The time has come to move to a new, streamlined version which is keenly focused on reviewing and publication. All of our board have proven themselves to be high quality reviewers and they represent a wide range of expertise within the discipline of Sports Engineering. We hope to welcome more members to our board in time, if you are interested in getting involved, or would like to help the journal by reviewing papers please contact Tom Allen in the editorial team.
We are delighted to now announce that our new Editorial Board is as follows:
Jacqueline Alderson, University of Western Australia, Australia
Simon Choppin, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Nicolas Evans, FIFA, Switzerland
Paul Fleming, Loughborough University, UK
Steph Forrester, Loughborough University, UK
Alex Friess, University of Maine, USA
Eric Goff, Lynchburg College, USA
Ian Kenny, University of Limerick, Ireland
Nadine Lippa, Wilson, USA
Stefan Litzenberger, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Austria
Sean Maw, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Motomu Nakashima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Kazuya Seo, Yamagata University, Japan
Lloyd Smith, Washington State University, USA
David Thiel, Griffith University, Australia
Best regards, the Sports Engineering editorial team
Editor in Chief, Tom Allen
Assistant Editors, Amiee Mears, Ami Drory and Bert Blocken, Assistant Editors Hugo Espinosa, Andrea Zignoli and Marcos Bencomo
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