2022 Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science ‘LIVE’
We’re pleased to announce that Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science (ACSS 2022), organized by East Asia Research and supported by Southern Cross University, Australia, will be a hybrid conference happening in Singapore from December 6-7, 2022! This is your opportunity to learn from the best in the sporting community.
We are ‘LIVE’ in
A Hybrid Sport Science Conference in Singapore
ACSS 2022, themed “A Multidisciplinary Approach to Enhance Sport Performance”, the two-day Conference will offer participants the opportunity to learn about the latest trends and best practices in the world of Sport Science. Leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars will attend to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Sport Science. We encourage research papers and training approaches based on integrating different disciplines applied in Sport Science to enhance sport performance to be submitted to the conference. Expect presentations on the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Sport Science.
Join us for ACSS 2022 at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore and walk away with powerful knowledge that will empower you to forge the path for the future of Sport Science. Limited seating may apply. ‘BUY TICKET’ now. Don’t wait – this rate won’t last long!
Due to the persistence of COVID-19, the conference will be conducted in a ‘Hybrid Format’. Participants can make oral/poster presentations onsite or send us pre-recorded video presentations and register as a ‘Virtual Presenter’. They will indicate their preferred presentation medium when they register. The ‘Early Bird Registration Deadline’ is on the 11th October 2022.
Conference Papers Publishing
Authors are invited to submit their full papers to publish in the book, ‘Conference Proceedings 2022 Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science – Practical challenges encountered in sport and solutions adopted in Sport Science.’, by East Asia Research Press. All accepted abstracts will be published in ‘Asia-Singapore Conference on Sport Science 2022 Programme & Abstract Book’.
Who Should Attend?
Researchers and Professionals involved in Sport Science. Anybody with a passion for Sports. Expect to gain a deeper understanding of the subject and receive expert advice and information.
What Can You Expect?
Top Singapore hospitality
Internationally Recognised Speaker & Attendees
An opportunity for East-West science and practice collaborations
|Topics to be presented at the ACSS Conference|
|Clinical Superior Blood Pressure in World Masters Games Athletes? Mike Climstein, Southern Cross University; Joe Walsh, Sports Science Institute; Mark DeBeliso, Southern Utah University; Ian T Heazlewood, Sports Science Institute; Trish Sevene, California State University, Monterey Bay, CA; Kent Adams California State University Monterey Bay, CA|
|5. Differences in upper limb performance among female softball players in the same fielding position, Feng-Yin Chen, National Taiwan University of Sport|
|6. Age, Arthrometric and Player Position Influence Off-Ice Multi Shuttle Run Performance in Male Ice Hockey Players, Stuart A Evans, Charles Darwin University (CDU)|
|7. Proposal of offense/defense WPA metrics in B.LEAGUE, 幸治 杉江 , Meijo University; Eiji Konaka, Meijo University|
|8. Home Field Advantage in Professional Soccer: The role of Team Tenure and Fixture Stability, Hugo A Martins, Polaris Sports); Thomas Rockstuhl, Nanyang Technological University; Soon Ang, Nanyang Technological University|
|9. Team Performance Analysis in Football Matches, Yi-Shan Cheng, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology|
|11. Site-specific changes in BMC over a two-year period in swimming trained postmenopausal middle-aged women, Takeru Kato, Asahi University; Kae Sugino,Tsu City College; Yu Mitani, Asahi University; Toru Terashima, Suzuka University of Medical Science; Yasuhiro Sugajima, Asahi University; Kyota Takami, Housei University; Takenori Yamashita, Suzuka University of Medical Science|
|12. Relationships Between Human Biological And Pyschological Factors In Elite Adolescent Female Handball Players, Zsófia Sziráki, University of Physical Education, Budapest; Gabriella Alszászi, University of Physical Education; Gábor Almási, University of Physical Education; Szelina Hellner, University of Physical Education; Anna Farkas, University of Physical Education; Csaba Nyakas, Semmelweis University; Márta Szmodis, University of Physical Education|
|13. Controversy and Challenges of Taiwanese Transnational Athletes: take Playing Abroad as An Example, An-Chi Chen, Graduate Institute of Sport, Leisure and Hospitality Management, National Taiwan Normal University; Ming-Chueh Tsai, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, National Taiwan Normal University; Chieh Chou, National Taiwan Normal University; Cheng-An Wang, National Taiwan Normal University|
|14. The Effectiveness of Outdoor Fitness Equipment Intervention for Older Adults’s Physical Function, Yi Chien YU, National Taiwan Normal University; Chyi Liang, National Taiwan Normal University; Yu-Hsiang Peng, National Taiwan Normal University; Shao-Hsi Chang, National Taiwan Normal University|
|16. The relationship between multidirectional landing and stabilisation times, and associated isokinetic knee torques of high-level female netball players, Mark Kramer, North-West University|
|17. ‘Sportainment’: Sport in the Era of the Spectacle – Opportunities and Challenges for Singapore, Andre Richelieu, ESG UQAM|
|18. An interview study of the motivation in para-sports by the people with physical disabilities, Takumi Nagao, Hirosima university|
|19. Comparison of shoulder muscle activity during tennis serve motion in standing and wheelchair-sitting position, Murata Nanako, Hiroshima University|
|20. Comparison of shoulder joint motion during badminton smash movement in standing and wheelchair sitting position, Yuki Tamura, Hiroshima university|
|21. Difference of ball positions in volleyball attack jump affect the knee valgus angle at landing, Miki Kawai, Hiroshima University|
|22. Is helmet use high for skiing and snowboarding in the Niseko area of Japan?, Yukio Urabe, Graduate School of Hiroshima University; Tsubasa Tashiro, Graduate School of Hiroshima University; Yuki Tamura, Hiroshima university; Miki Kawai, Hiroshima University; Noriaki Maeda, Graduate School of Hiroshima University; Makoto Komiya, Graduate School of Hiroshima University; Masanori Morikawa, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology|
|23. Analysis of the Effect of Exercise Intervention on Developmental Coordination Disorders-Taking Taiwan as An Example, Chieh Chou, National Taiwan Normal University; Hsin-Hung Ho, Mackay Junior College of Medicine, Nursing and Management New Taipei; Yi Chien YU, National Taiwan Normal University; Shao-Hsi Chang, National Taiwan Normal University|
|24. Relationship between the transverse foot arch and muscle cross-sectional area after intrinsic foot muscle training, Ayano A Ishida, Hiroshima university|
|25. Expounding the influence of Yoga on Cardio-respiratory Fitness and anxiety experienced in youngsters, Prashanth Arumugam, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences; Ruchi Kothari, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram; Gaurav C Mittal, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Maharashtra, India|
|27. Non-invasive evaluation of muscle damage biomarkers by skin-blotting in mouse model, Kazuhiro Sakamoto, Biwako Seikei Sport College; Mitsuo Neya, Biwako Seikei Sport College|
|28. Effect of training cessation on hemoglobin mass and aerobic capacity of soccer players, Mitsuo Neya, Biwako Seikei Sport College; Kazuhiro Sakamoto, Biwako Seikei Sport College|
|29. Sympathovagal Balance and Body Shape Index in Elite and Amateur athletes – the relationship unraveled, Ruchi Kothari, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram|
|30. Effects of sleep quality on the severity of dysmenorrhea in female college students, Sakura Oda, Hiroshima university|
|31. Omni-Channel Retail Strategy Analysis of Nike and Lululemon, Cheng-An Wang, National Taiwan Normal University; An-Chi Chen, Graduate Institute of Sport, Leisure and Hospitality Management, National Taiwan Normal University; Chi Hsuan Tsai; Shao-His Chang, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, National Taiwan Normal University|
|33. Effects of hypoxic repeated-sprint training with and without Cordyceps sinensis on aerobic performance in female soccer, Siraphatthra Thongsawang, Faculty of Sports Science Chulalongkorn University; Tossaporn Yimlamai, Faculty of Sports Science Chulalongkorn University|
|36. Determinants of Household Sports and Leisure Culture Consumption Expenditure: A Case Study of Taiwan, Chyi Liang, National Taiwan Normal University; I-Ling Kuo, National Taiwan Normal University; Shao-Hsi Chang, National Taiwan Normal University|
|39. The influence of different resting intervals during high-intensity intermittent running on repeated sprint ability in female soccer players, Sukanya Chor. Charoenying, Faculty of Sports Science Chulalongkorn University; Siraphatthra Thongsawang, Faculty of Sports Science Chulalongkorn University|
|40. A Chronological Investigation of Views on Hosting the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Masato Kawabata, Nanyang Technological University; Yen-Chun Lin, National Taipei University; Ho Keat Leng, Nanyang Technological University|
|44. Talent Identification Based on Biomechanical, General Motor Fitness and Sport Specific Fitness Differences in Elite, Intermediate and Novice Ability Male and Female Karate Athletes, Hovik Keshishian ,Sport Science Institute; Ian Heazlewood, Sport Science Institute|
|Abstract Submission Deadline||On a rolling basis|
|Author Notification Date|
|Final Paper Deadline||4 October 2022|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline||11 October 2022|
|Final Registration Deadline||8 November 2022|
|Conference Dates||6-7 December 2022|
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