Sports Engineering is, in an academic sense, a new and emerging
discipline often viewed with some skepticism by the 'authorities'
but one only has to look through the ISEA conference proceedings,
The Engineering of Sport, and ISEA Journal of Sports Engineering
to realize that it is rapidly becoming a mature sub-discipline of
engineering embodying much academic rigor and new technology. However,
to create an environment of research funding opportunities we need
to do all we can to ensure that the quality of research is kept
high and that it has perceived benefits to our industrial economies
as well as sports participants whether it be in the short or long
term. - Professor Alan Bramley, University of Bath, UK
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Amateur athlete : Curve kick-Part 1 (of 2) |
Article from Amateur Athlete.
Amateur athlete : Curve kick-Part 2 (of 2) |
Article from Amateur Athlete.
Biomechanics and Sports Engineering | real.uwaterloo.ca/~morg/biomech.htm
From the Motion Research Group, University of Waterloo.
Curious Cat Science & Engineering Blog |
Sports engineering information.
Department of Engineering - Sports Engineering
| eng.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/sports.php | +44(0)20 7882 5190 /
From Queen Mary, University of London.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Sports Engineering | bath.ac.uk/prospectus/undergrad/mech-eng/#factfile7
| 01225 388388 / UK
From the University of Bath.
Engineering in Sports: LZR Racer Swimsuit |
International Sports Engineering Association (ISEA)
| sportsengineering.co.uk | +44 (0)114 225 2255 | UK
a forum to discuss technical issues relating to sport and also aims
to act as the interface between those carrying out research in sports
engineering related topics and the sport and leisure industry.
Institute of Medical Engineering and Medical Physics:
Orthopaedic, Rehabilitation and Sports Engineering Group
| engin.cf.ac.uk/research/resSubGrp.asp?GrpNo=20 | +44 (0)29 2087
4000 | Wales, UK
From Cardiff School of Engineering, Cardiff
Pro Sports: Technology Changes Rules of the Game
Player stats, Webcasts
and more spark litigation, by Tresa Baldas, The National Law Journal.
Sport and Biomedical Engineering Degree | griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/sport-biomedical-engineering
Sport and Technology | sportandtechnology.com
Monthly e-newsletter covering the impact of technology on the business
Sports Bio Engineering | sportsbioengineering.com
| +61(0)7 3735 5036 | Brisbane, Australia
for sports. Electronic sports engineering research, design and production.
Sports Engineering | springer.com/engineering/journal/12283
An international journal publishing original papers on the application
of engineering and science to sport.
Sports Engineering in Education: A Methodology for Educating
Engineers and Promoting Engineering Careers | ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=1028454
Article from IEEE, by Cooke, A. Taylor, A.M.B.
Sports Engineering Requires Speed, Skill, Endurance
Article from Design Intelligence,
Greenway Communications International.
Sports Engineering Research Group | serg.group.shef.ac.uk
| 0114 222 7839 | UK
Based in the Department of Mechanical Engineering
at the University of Sheffield and conducts research projects
that range from those asking fundamental questions about sports
balls aerodynamics to collaborations with the sports industry seeking
improved product performance.
Sports Technology | csiro.au/scope/episodes/e08.htm
Information, links, video clips from SCOPE.
Sports Technology Research Group | lboro.ac.uk/departments/mm/research/sports-engineering/index.html
From the Wolfson School of Mechanical & Manufacturing
Engineering, Loughborough University.