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The ISEA Administration is moving house
After 15 successful years of being based at the University of Sheffield, the ISEA administration office is relocating .. but not far! From April 2013, the ISEA administration office will be located at the Centre for Sports Engineering Research at Sheffield Hallam University. We are happy to welcome Amanda Brothwell back to her role as the Administrative Officer of the ISEA.
Please visit the 'contact us' page for updated details.
6th APCST (Asia-Pacific Conference on Sports Technology) 2013
Also incorporating the ISEA 2013 AGM
Editor in Chief
ISEA Journal - Sports Engineering
The ISEA is seeking a replacement for the current Editor in Chief, Dr Martin Strangwood, whose term of office finishes in June 2013. The Journal is now in its 14th year and is published 4 times a year by Springer. Two Associate Editors were appointed recently to support the Editor in Chief. An Editorial Board is in position to support the Journal. The Editor in Chief will receive an annual performance-related stipend. It is expected that the appointed person will already hold a senior position in academia or other research establishment and will have a track record of publishing in sports related areas. Non-members of the ISEA may apply. The appointment will be for a three year term with the possibility of extension for a further term.
Potential applicants may wish to discuss this vacancy with the ISEA President, Dr Kim Blair, email@example.com , Desk: +1 781 538 5536, Mobile: +1 781 266 6375 or with Professor Alan Bramley, Past President ISEA, A.N.Bramley@bath.ac.uk, Tel: +44 1904 848426.
Further details are available from Professor Alan Bramley to whom applications for the post should be submitted.
The deadline for applications is Friday 29 March 2013.
Call for contributions to the ISEA newsletter.
Promotion for your research project
The editor of the ISEA newsletter is looking for short contributions of newsworthy research projects. This can be an opportunity to let other ISEA members learn about your activities and also to help find potential collaborators and sponsors.
The contribution need to be no more than 500 words plus an illustration if required. It may only be an announcement of a recently started project or a sort of progress report indicating an interesting milestone or unexpected result.
The deadline for next edition of the newsletter is 31 March and contribution should be sent to the ISEA Past President, Alan Bramley; A.N.Bramley@bath.ac.uk.