Australian Sports Technologies Network (QLD) Research Seminar
Presented by the Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) Queensland Node
Hosted by Griffith University (GU) Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications, and Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research (CoE), Queensland Sports Technology Cluster (QTSC)
Date Friday August 30th, 2013
Time 9:30am to 12:00pm
Venue Council Chambers, N54 2.02 Bray Centre, Griffith University Nathan Campus.
Cost Free for members and potential members Chair Daniel James
10:00 Welcome, Davd Thiel
10:10 ASTN-Q: An update on local and national initiatives. Daniel James, Sue Hooper 10:25 Technology Innovation in Sport: New Ways of thinking Caroline Riot,
A selection of research topics will be presented in short form (maximum 3 slides) as a prelude to discussion over lunch. Papers will be drawn from interested ASTN members. Papers will include recent work from Griffith University and Queensland Academy of Sport on workload assessment, biomechanics using sensors, instrumentation and applications from particular sports. Interested presenters should contact us with a proposal.
We will adjourn to the Enternet café on the Nathan Campus for lunch and discussion
RSVP required for attendance, parking, lunch and presentation enquiries. Please contact