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ISEA July 2012 Lowell conference papers now available on line!

posted 2 Jun 2012 03:31 by Dan O

procedia engineering elsevier
Well according to the good people at google scholar, (who sent me a nice email advising I had more publications), the proceedings of the upcoming July international Sports Engineering biennial conference, to be held in Lowell are now available on line. Wow talk about efficient work by Elsevier,  Patrick and the team in Lowell!!

If your wondering what all the fuss is about google scholar citations is, read my previous blog on how to Get a profile on Google Scholar

You can search for all papers yourself at science direct http://www.sciencedirect.com/ enter 'Procedia Engineering' as the journal and '34' as the volume. Be sure to enter your favourite author in the author field (I've entered mine for your convenience below ;) ) or you'll see them all. 

Special congratulations to Paul Medwell from Adelaide for getting pole position with his article Developing sports engineering education in Australia, in an Olympic year its nice to see the Aussies coming first already !




Monitoring sprinting gait temporal kinematics of an athlete aiming for the 2012 London Paralympics Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 778-783
James B. Lee, Daniel A. James, Yuji Ohgi, Shunji Yamanaka
2You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Technology and health: Physical activity monitoring in the free living environment Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 367-372
Daniel A. James, David E. Thiel, Keri J. Allen, Bridgit Abell, Sharon Kilbreath, Glen M. Davis, David Rowlands, David V. Thiel
3You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Sensor fusion: let's enhance the performance of performance enhancement Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 795-800
James B. Lee, Yuji Ohgi, Daniel A. James
4You are entitled to access the full text of this document
A distributed architecture for storing and processing multi channel multi-sensor athlete performance data Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 403-408
Jason R. Ride, Daniel A. JamesJames B. Lee, David D. Rowlands
5You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Monitoring stick speed and ball control in field hockey drills using a stick-mounted inertial accelerometer Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 574-579
David V. Thiel, Melissa Tremayne, Daniel A. James
6You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Cricket Bat Acceleration Profile from Sweet-Spot Impacts Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 467-472
Ajay K. Sarkar, Daniel A. James, Andrew W. Busch, David V. Thiel
7You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Application of GPS devices to longitudinal analysis on game and training data Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 443-448
Jonathon Neville, David Rowlands, Andrew Wixted, Daniel James
8You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Using image processing for biomechanics measures in swimming Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 807-812
Robin P. Dubois, David V. Thiel, Daniel A. James
9You are entitled to access the full text of this document
Using inertial sensors to index into video Original Research Article
Procedia EngineeringVolume 342012Pages 598-603
David D Rowlands, Mitchell McCarthy, Daniel A James

Get a profile on Google Scholar

posted 17 May 2012 16:45 by Dan O

google sports technology

Chances are today that many researchers will come across your work through Google Scholar. When they do, having a google scholar profile will help them to 

 a) contact you

 b) see what else you are publishing

 c) help them to cite your work


Getting a google scholar profile is easy, and from then on in google will find all of your publications for you (you have the opportunity to confirm if they are yours or not). This process is not a new thing, ISI Thompson and similar having been doing it for a while (but only with their selected list of publications). 


For researchers like us in the emerging discipline of  Sports Engineering and Sports Technology here is a way for all of the good work in the 'non-indexed' publications in our discipline to be recognised. Since writing about google scholar a few months back (see Google loves Sports Engineering), quite a few from the community have already signed up. Come join us!


See and sign up to  Google Scholar pages on Sports Technology and Sports Engineering and click on the 'my citations link'



Sports Minister launches the Australian Sports Technology Network

posted 30 Apr 2012 19:32 by Dan O




Media release
Senator Kate Lundy
Minister for Sport, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Minister Assisting for Industry and Innovation
26 April 2012


Australia to lead the world in sports technology
Minister for Sport and Minister Assisting for Industry and Innovation, Kate Lundy, today launched a new collaborative initiative which brings together universities, sports technology enterprises and other industry players to help the development of new sporting technologies in Australia.
The Gillard Government has provided $225,000 in funding to establish the new Australian Sports Technologies Network and invest in Australia’s continued improvements in sporting performance.
“This new network has the potential to unearth a new wave of Australian-made sports technologies,” Senator Lundy said.
“As global market opportunities emerge, growing this industry in Australia could lead to great economic opportunities and thousands of jobs.
“This is why the Australian Government is supporting the establishment of the Network and investing in continued improvement in sporting performance and economic performance.
“With some of our finest researchers, developers and entrepreneurs supporting this new initiative, I am confident it will deliver dividends.”
The Australian Sports Technologies Network is a national collaboration based in Geelong. Its foundation partners include four universities, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), eight sports technology enterprises, venture capitalists and Information Technology experts.
In its first year, the Network will focus on projects that bring technology developers together, examine market opportunities and support product exposure and marketing.
Media contact: Jessica Hill 0407 926 077


Universities and Research Organisations

Australian Sports Technologies Network –Supporters (April 2012)

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  • CSIRO-Materials Science & Engineering

  • Victoria University - Institute of Sport, Exercise & Active Living

  • Griffith University – Queensland Sports Technology Cluster

  • Deakin University - Institute of Technology Research & Innovation

  • RMIT University – SportzEdge Program, Platform Technologies Research Institute

    Sports Technologies Enterprises

    • Catapult Sports

    • Sprinter Sports

    • Reasons Systems

    • Pod MX

    • Feed-IT

    • V entou

    • -charge+

    • project}project

    • Fusion Sport

      National Sporting Organisations

Australian Football League (AFL) Investors / Venture capital

Australian Sports Technology Ventures Industry Organisations / Associations

ICT Geelong (Information Technologies Cluster in Geelong) Other supporters and sponsors

  • Enterprise Connect Innovative Regions Centre

  • G21 Regional Alliance

  • City of Greater Geelong

    Contact/further information:

    James Demetriou

    M: 0402 059 238; E: james.demetriou@astv.com.au

ASTN Supporters

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ISEA conference update, guest speakers and sponsors

posted 30 Apr 2012 19:26 by Dan O

The Engineering of Sport 9 is the ninth biennial conference of the International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA)

Location:     Lowell, Massachusetts, USA

Dates:          July 9-13, 2012

Conference Website --- www.uml.edu/isea2012

 

Dear Colleagues, ISEA members, and past and future conferees!

 

April has been a busy month for planning The Engineering of Sport 9 conference and it is shaping up to be an excellent conference with great technical presentations from authors all around the world.  I am very pleased to announce that John Brenkus (host and producer of ESPN Sports Science), John Goff (physics professor and author of Gold Metal Physics: The Science of Sports), and Bruce Jahnke (Director of Product Testing and Validation at K2 Sports) will be our distinguished keynote speakers.  Additionally, there will be extensive networking opportunities with colleagues and exhibitors through the sessions, recreational activities, minor league baseball game, entertaining banquet and more.  

 

 

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 

John Brenkus – host and producer of ESPN Sports Science

 

John Eric Goff – Physics Professor at Lynchburg College and author of Gold Metal Physics: The Science of Sports

 

Bruce Jahnke – Director of Product Testing and Validation at K2 Sports

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

The schedule of presentations and activities is almost complete.  Please stay tuned to the conference website for updated information.

 

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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

 

The conference registration for The Engineering of Sport 9 is open - conference registration webpage

 

The Regular Registration period ends May 31, 2012.  There will be no registration after June 17, 2012.

 

Please contact Patrick_Drane@uml.edu if you need a letter of invitation or other documentation to secure a travel visa.

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HOTEL RESERVATIONS

 

The Engineering of Sport 9 is being held at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center.  Hotel Reservations for rooms before, during and after the conference can be made through the following links at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center.  We have arranged for special conference rates.  There is also a special discounted rate for students.  Students reserving rooms through the student rate will be required to show a valid student ID upon check-in.

 

Non-Student Link: http://booking.ihotelier.com/istay/istay.jsp?groupID=654965&hotelID=73933 (This link has options of Hotel, Inn, and Inn with Patio rooms)

 

Student Link: http://booking.ihotelier.com/istay/istay.jsp?groupID=748115&hotelID=73933  (This link has only standard Hotel rooms)

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POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE

 

We will have poster sessions that coincide with afternoon refreshments.  It is not too late to present your research during one of these poster sessions.  The Deadline for submitting abstracts for poster sessions is May 9, 2012.   

 

To submit your poster abstract, please follow the submission guidelines on the conference website.  The same process applies to abstracts for posters as was used for full papers, just select “poster” instead of “paper” when entering your abstract.  The abstracts must be a maximum length of 250 words.

 

If you experience any problems or have questions about the poster submission process, please email Patrick_Drane@uml.edu.

********************

SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES

 

The Engineering of Sport 9 conference is held every two years and attracts the world’s leading industrial and academic research and development engineers. This conference will also draw media with an eye on the London 2012 Olympic Games just two weeks later. The ISEA is the pre-eminent professional organization for the fast growing discipline of Sports Engineering research and industrial development in the world. Participation in the conference is expected to exceed 300, and your involvement through sponsorship and participation will make the conference a great success.

 

By sponsoring, you will be exposed to a wide range of emerging sports engineering  applications and multinational companies. Your sponsorship will be acknowledged throughout the whole conference. There are many additional benefits to be gained from different levels of sponsorship. You will be able to showcase your latest products and innovations at the single biggest sports engineering event in the world.

 

Exhibition Space will be directly adjacent to the plenary and breakout session rooms for the greatest exposure to participants throughout the 4-day conference. Numerous breaks allow ample time to interact with all of the participants.

 

We would like to thank the Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor Graphics for being a sponsor and exhibitor and AMTI,  DELSYS, and Automated Design Corporation for exhibiting at the conference.

 

If your company would like to help support this international conference, showcase of your latest technologies, gain international exposure and /or speak with graduating students who have worked on sports engineering projects then please visit the conference website. 

********************

 

See you in Lowell,

Organizing Committee of the 2012 ISEA Conference

At the University of Massachusetts Lowell

 

If you have any questions, please contact the conference chairperson: Patrick Drane : Patrick_Drane@uml.edu ; 1-978-934-2996

Hockey research in the news

posted 17 Apr 2012 20:33 by Dan O   [ updated 17 Apr 2012 21:03 ]

Busy days ahead for Griffith electrical engineers
By: Louise Durack on: Tue 17 of Apr, 2012

Griffith's Melissa Tremayne will be just one of the first cohort of electrical and electronic engineering students set to benefit from a strong jobs market when she graduates in 2013. 

The fourth year student is studying for a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic), a program which was launched in 2010 at Griffith University's Gold Coast campus in a bid to meet increasing industry demand. 

"We established the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) in response to the significant increase in demand for electrical engineers due to a shortfall in the number of graduates," said Dr Andrew Seagar from the Griffith School of Engineering. 

"Many of the opportunities – which often have graduate starting salaries of around $10k higher than other engineering disciplines - are falling within market sectors such as mining and heavy machinery, power supply and distribution. 

"We are therefore placing a particular focus on these skill areas within our new degree program." 

Originally from Armidale, NSW, Melissa says she is a country girl at heart who relishes the thought of an electrical engineering job at one of the big Queensland mining sites such as Roma or Chinchilla. 

"I started off studying for the Sports and Biomedical engineering degree but soon realised that the electrical based subjects were what I really enjoyed. 

"There are so many jobs available on the electrical side and what with the fact that there is only an extra six months involved to complete the requirements for the new course, it was an easy decision for me to make the switch." 

Melissa's work with Griffith's Industry Affiliates Program (IAP), which forms a part of her degree study, has also seen her excel at the university's Centre for Wireless and Monitoring Applications (CWMA). 

"My IAP project has involved me working with the CWMA in order to further my research into the use of accelerometers with hockey sticks," she said. 

"This involves measuring the improvement of players using an accelerometer to analyse their stick speed and ball control." 

Melissa's research has resulted in the publication of two scientific papers,

Thiel, D.V. , Tremaynea, M., James, D.A.,  Monitoring stick speed and ball control in field hockey drills using a stick-mounted inertial accelerometer, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Procedia Engineering 2 (2), 3449-3449, DV Thiel, M Tremayne, DA James, DD Rowlands

Well done Melissa!


ISEA Australian chapter, Sports Engineering accreditation and other news

posted 12 Mar 2012 15:56 by Dan O

From the ISEA president,

Dear ISEA Members:

I wanted to take a moment to reach out and give everyone a quick update on some of the things happening in the ISEA.

In order to get a better understanding of our membership, a survey was organized by David James, and was distributed among the members. A lot of the initiatives that follow are in response to the insights gained from the survey.

The ISEA has entered the age of social media. We now have a Facebook page and a Twitter feed. I encourage everyone to check them out, “like” us, “follow” us and contribute content. http://www.facebook.com/sportsengineeringassoc
http://twitter.com/#!Isportsengineer

As I write this, the 2nd ISEA Winter School is coming to a successful conclusion. Organized by Nicola Petrone and Stephan Odenwald, The Winter School is becoming very popular. This year, there were many more applications than there was space available. If you’d like to check out what happened there, visit their Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/iseawinterschool

Turning to a more traditional information sharing medium, Sports Engineering, the ISEA Journal, is ahead on the publication schedule and is on track to apply for ISI rating late this year. In order to ensure the continued success of Sports Engineering, the ISEA have added an Assistant Editor position to assist the Editor in Chief. Dr. Tom Allen, Dr. Simon Choppin of Sheffield Hallam University will be sharing this appointment. Professor Martin Strangwood remains in the role of Editor in Chief.

In the “think locally – act globally” mindset, Dan James has formed Sports Engineering Australia, an Australian chapter of the ISEA. The founding of this chapter recognizes the growth of sports engineering in Australia. Please contact Dan directly if you would like more information. http://sportsengineeringaustralia.com

Over the years, various sports engineering and sports technology degree programs have requested that the ISEA accredit their programs. At the recent Executive Committee meeting, a new subcommittee was launched to investigate whether it is feasible for the ISEA to accredit programs, and if so, to develop a plan for an accreditation process. That sub-committee consists of Tino Fuss, Dan James and David James.

Finally, I am of course looking forward to seeing everyone at the ISEA conference in Lowell. Patrick Drane and his team have been hard at work organizing the event, and it looks to be shaping up quite nicely. Stay tuned to the conference website and e-mail list for updates on the program.

Speaking of conferences, the EC is currently evaluating some exceptional proposals from prospective hosts for the 2014 conference. As is tradition, the venue for 2014 conference will be announced at the 2012 conference in Lowell.

While a few of the executive committee were mentioned specifically above, I do want to acknowledge the contribution by all members, without which none of these initiatives would have the momentum that they do now.

Thanks,

Kim B. Blair President, ISEA

 

QAS Sports Technology Update Seminar, Date Monday 19 March 2012

posted 5 Mar 2012 20:14 by Daniel A. James

Hi All, 
Please join us as we present some joint research activity with the Queensland Academy of Sport

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Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research

Sports Technology Update Seminar 

Date Monday 19 March 2012

Venue QAS Lecture Room
Level 1, Queensland Sports and Athletics and Centre Kessels Road, Nathan

Schedule (Presentations will include time for questions) 

1.00pm: Microtechnology for swimming – project update, Daniel James  

1.20pm: Swimming velocity using wearable sensors, Andy Stamm

1.30pm: Application for GPS devices, Jonothan Neville

Break for coffee (10 mins)

1.50pm: New students plans for 2012: 

Quantifying impact events in sport to reduce athlete trauma, William Gageler 

A distributed architecture for athlete performance data, Jason Ride 

Augmented reality for skill acquisition, David Kooyman

Concluding 2.15pm


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best,
dan

Its not to late, submit your poster to the ISEA conference in Lowell ( Boston), July 2012

posted 27 Feb 2012 15:55 by Dan O

sports bats and balls
If your interested in sport, and missed out on booking tickets to the Olympics in London (where it'll probably rain anyway) fear not there is still time to be  presenter at the International Sports Engineering Conference in Lowell (just outside Boston). If your quick it'll still be published too. read on for the details...

The Engineering of Sport 9 is the ninth biennial conference of the International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA)

Location:     Lowell, Massachusetts, USA

Dates:          July 9-13, 2012

Conference Website --- www.uml.edu/isea2012

 

Dear Colleagues, ISEA members, and past and future conferees!

 

The Engineering of Sport 9 is shaping up to be an excellent conference with great technical presentations from authors all around the world.  We will also be bringing you great keynotes, networking opportunities with colleagues and exhibitors, recreational activities, and more.

 

Thank you for taking the time to read the important updates about the conference that are included in this monthly newsletter.

 

The February newsletter includes announcements and updates on Conference Registration, Hotel Reservations, Conference Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities, Poster Submission Deadline, Paper Submissions, and an ISEA Journal Editor Position.

 

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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

 

The conference registration for The Engineering of Sport 9 is open - conference registration webpage

 

Early registration rates are available until April 1, 2012.  (Authors of Papers and Posters must Register by March 2, 2012 in order to ensure that their paper/abstract will be part of the proceedings.)

********************

HOTEL RESERVATIONS

 

The Engineering of Sport 9 is being held at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center.  Hotel Reservations for rooms before, during and after the conference can be made through the following links at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center.  We have arranged for special conference rates.  There is also a special discounted rate for students.  Students reserving rooms through the student rate will be required to show a valid student ID upon check-in.

 

Non-Student Link: http://booking.ihotelier.com/istay/istay.jsp?groupID=654965&hotelID=73933 (This link has options of Hotel, Inn, and Inn with Patio rooms)

 

Student Link: http://booking.ihotelier.com/istay/istay.jsp?groupID=748115&hotelID=73933  (This link has only standard Hotel rooms)

********************

SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES

 

The Engineering of Sport 9 conference is held every two years and attracts the world’s leading industrial and academic research and development engineers. This conference will also draw media with an eye on the London 2012 Olympic Games just two weeks later. The ISEA is the pre-eminent professional organization for the fast growing discipline of Sports Engineering research and industrial development in the world. Participation in the conference is expected to exceed 300, and your involvement through sponsorship and participation will make the conference a great success.

 

By sponsoring, you will be exposed to a wide range of emerging sports engineering  applications and multinational companies. Your sponsorship will beacknowledged throughout the whole conference. There are many additional benefits to be gained from different levels of sponsorship. You will be able toshowcase your latest products and innovations at the single biggest sports engineering event in the world.

 

Exhibition Space will be directly adjacent to the plenary and breakout session rooms for the greatest exposure to participants throughout the 4-day conference. Numerous breaks allow ample time to interact with all of the participants.

 

We would like to thank the Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor Graphics for being a sponsor and exhibitor and AMTI and DELSYS for exhibiting at the conference.

                           

 

If your company would like to help support this international conference, showcase of your latest technologies, gain international exposure and /or speak with graduating students who have worked on sports engineering projects then please visit the conference website. 

********************

POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE

 

We will have multiple poster sessions that coincide with afternoon refreshments.  It is not too late to present your research during one of these poster sessions.  We will include the abstracts for the posters in the hard-bound conference proceedings for the abstracts have been submitted, accepted, and finalized by March 1, 2012.  Poster abstracts accepted after that date will not appear in the hard-bound proceedings, but will be distributed separate from the proceedings at the conference. 

 

To submit your poster abstract, please follow the submission guidelines on the conference website.  The same process applies to abstracts for posters as was used for full papers, just select “poster” instead of “paper” when entering your abstract.  The abstracts must be a maximum length of 250 words.

 

If you experience any problems or have questions about the poster submission process, please email Patrick_Drane@uml.edu.

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PAPER SUBMISSION UPDATE

 

All papers will be finalized for the conference in the next few days.  If you are an author and have not submitted your final revised version, please submit it by February 25, 2012 so that we can meet the publishing deadlines. 

 

I would like to thank all of the authors and reviewers for the hard work in completing the papers.

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ISEA JOURNAL EDITOR POSITION

 

The ISEA is seeking to appoint an Assistant Editor for its journal Sports Engineering and applications are invited for this post. The Assistant Editor will work closely with the Editor in Chief, Dr Martin Strangwood, providing support for the processing of submitted papers and seeking especially to enhance the paper submission rate for the Journal. The Assistant Editor may also from time to time take full responsibility for special initiatives such as special issues, review papers etc. ---http://www.sportsengineering.co.uk/jobs.php

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See you in Lowell,

Organizing Committee of the 2012 ISEA Conference

At the University of Massachusetts Lowell

 

If you have any questions, please contact the conference chairperson: Patrick Drane : Patrick_Drane@uml.edu ; 1-978-934-2996

 



To unsubscribe from the ISEA2012 list, click the following link:
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USA Sports Conference, here we come

posted 20 Feb 2012 04:37 by Dan O

Well the revisions are nearly done and fingers crossed our papers are accepted as we get ready to head to Lowell. Massachusetts, USA for the upcoming engineering in Sport conference. Jono's flights are already booked (seriously organised for a PhD student, maybe he had some help), David Thiel (the other once) is coming across from Colorado, Jimbo's coming across from Japan (as is Rowlands san) and Ohgi sensei we think, and our fearless leader Prof. Thiel is promising to skive out early from an antennas conference somewhere in the US *yawn* to come to where the action is!

Here's a sneak peak of what we hope makes it to the podium

James, D.A., Thiel, D.E.,  Allen, K., Abell, B., Davis, G., Kilbreadth, S., Rowlands, D., Thiel, D.V., "Technology and health: Physical activity monitoring in the free living environment”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Thiel, D.V. , Tremaynea, M., James, D.A.,  Monitoring stick speed and ball control in field hockey drills using a stick-mounted inertial accelerometer, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Ride, J., James, D.A., Lee, J.B., Rowlands, D.D., “A distributed architecture for storing and processing multi-channel multi-sensor athlete performance data”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Sarkar, A., James, D. A., Busch, A., Thiel, D.V., “Cricket Bat Acceleration Profiles from Sweet-Spot Impacts”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Rowlands, D.D., Mccarthy, M., James, D.A., “Using inertial sensors to index into video”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 (accepted)

Dubois, R., Thiel, D.V., James, D.A,, “Using image processing for biomechanics measures in swimming”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Neville, J., Rowlands, D.D., Wixted, A., James, D.A., “Application of GPS Devices to Longitudinal Analysis on Game and Training Data”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

Lee, J.B., James, D. A., Ohgi, Y., “Sensor fusion: let's enhance the performance of performance enhancement”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012

Lee, J.B., James, D.A., Ohgi,Y.,  “Monitoring of running gait temporal kinematics of a Paralympic athlete using inertial technology”, International Sports Engineering 9th International Sports Engineering Conference. Lowell Massachusetts, July 2012 

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