Australian Sports Technologies Seminar, Qld Wed March 13th

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Wednesday 13 March 2013 : Australian Sports Technologies Network (QLD) Seminar at Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research (CoE)

The Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) Queensland Node, in conjunction with the Queensland Sports Technology Cluster, the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research and Griffith University Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications invites you and others from your organisation to the inaugural ASTN (QLD) seminar.

The seminar is on Wednesday 13 March 2013 from 9.30am to 2.45pm at QAS and aims to share information about the ASTN and the different organisations that are working to assist with sport technology development in Queensland.

An invitation with information about presentations and format for the day is attached. (Download .2013 ASTN (QLD) Seminar flyer)

Abstracts for poster presentations and demonstrations may be submitted to Dr Daniel James at  before Friday 22 February.  Information for preparing abstracts is included below.

There is no charge to attend but RSVP is essential to allow seating and catering so please contact Julie Bowring by Friday 8 March via email:julie.bowring@nprsr.qld.gov.au or phone: (07) 3872 0223 if you would like to attend. All RSVPs will receive confirmation of allocation of a seat and preparation of a name tag to allow entrance (the venue has limited seating).

Information for Poster Abstract Submission

Abstracts are invited on all topics related to the use of technology in sport from the sports science, engineering and related disciplines.

Abstracts should list the title, authors and affiliations and be no more than  500 words, not counting references (restricted to 6, please use IEEE endnote style).

Closing date for submission is Wednesday 27 February.

Submitting authors will be advised by Monday 4 March on the acceptance or otherwise of their abstracts. Posters are requested in A0 size.

Please submit to 

Queensland Sports Technology Cluster

Australian Sports Technologies Network (QLD) Seminar

Presented by the Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) Queensland Node

Hosted by Queensland Sports Technology Cluster (QTSC) and Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research (CoE)

Date Wednesday 13 March 2013

Time 9:30am to 2.45pm

Venue QAS Lecture Room, Level 1, Western Stand, Queensland Sport & Athletics Centre, Kessels Road, Nathan (free parking available)

9:30 Registration (Tea and Coffee)

10:00 Welcome and Opening Address. Dr Geoff Garrett, Queensland Chief Scientist

10:20 ASTN Overview and Sports Technology Industry. Craig Hill, Executive Director,ASTN and James Demetriou, Chair, ASTN

10:40 Advancing Sports Technology in the Current Queensland Environment. Professor Allan Hahn, ASTN Board Member

11:00 Morning Tea (Posters)

11:30 An Industry Perspective on Australian Sports Technology. Frank Downes, Fusion Sport

11:50 Stadiums and Sports Technology. David Fleming, Populous
12:10 Pathways to Commercialisation in Queensland. Hunter Walkenhorst, Business Development Manager, Griffith University

12:30 Lunch (Posters and Demonstrations)

1:30 Opportunities for Science, Technology and Sport Leading up to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Dr Sue Hooper, QAS CoE Director

1:45 Workshop on the Queensland Node’s Activities. Dr Caroline Ringuet, Lecturer, Griffith University Business School and Jeff Greenhill, QAS CoE Business Coordinator

2:30 Closing Remarks and Poster Awards. Dr Geoff Garrett, Professor Joe Baker and Professor Allan Hahn

2:45 Close

RSVP required for catering purposes (morning tea and lunch provided), registration sponsored by ASTN and QAS.

Please contact julie.bowring@nprsr.qld.gov.au if you would like to attend.

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About Daniel James

Dan has been working with technology ever since he discovered he had opposable thumbs. Along the way he worked in sports technology, radio physics, glaciology, IT in banking, cognitive psychology and sports science. Before parenthood took over he enjoyed playing classical music, adventure sports and dabbling in martial arts. Today AFK finds him camping and wrestling with his boys.

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