2008 International Pre-Olympic Congress on Sports Science and Sports Engineering (SSSE2008)
|Event Date/Time: Aug 25, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Dec 31, 2007|
|Paper Submission Date: Dec 31, 2007|
2008 Pre-Olympic Congress on Computer Science in Sport (headlined IACSS2008)
mainly organized by IACSS (International Association of Computer Science in Sport) and Nanjing University of Science and Technology, accompanied by 4 workshops co-organized by relating institutes and associations, including
4th International Workshop on Modelling and Simulation in Sport (MSS2008)
International Workshop of Statistics and Management in Sports (SMS2008)
International Workshop of Sports Biomechanics and Sports Performance (SBSP)
International Workshop on Sports Engineering and Sports Equipment (SESE2008).
It will provide an excellent environment for participants to meet fellow academic professionals, to enhance communication, exchange and cooperation of most recent research, education and application on relevant fields. It will bring you new like-minded researchers, fresh idea. It also provides a friendly platform for academic and application professionals from crossing fields to communication together. The beautiful city of Nanjing with a rich culture, wonderful scenery of lakes and mountains, will definitely create unforgettable memories for you to bring home.
The Joint Pre-Olympic Congress will be held at Nanjing on 5-7 August 2008, just before Beijing2008 Olympic Games (Please note: Beijing2008 Olympic Games starts from the evening of 8th August.)
Nanjing - Southern Capital of China, is 1.5 hour away from Beijing ¨C Northern Capita of China, by airline, and two hours from Shanghai by fast train.
Nanjing also is easier to reach from Hong Kong, Macau, Busan, Osaka, Seoul, Singapore and most China cities by direct airline.
Encouraged Topics include, but not limited to:
Modelling and Simulation
Computation and Soft computation
Data Bases and Expert Systems
Network and security
Management Information System
Video Processing and Analysis
Computing geometry and Computer graphics
Computationally intensive methods
Sports System Engineering
Analysis of sporting technologies
Analysis of rules and adjudication
Performance measures and models
Optimization of sports performance
Econometrics in Sport
Optimal tournament design and scheduling
Match outcome models
Decision support systems
Physical Education, Exerciser, Health and luxury