Dear Sports Scientists,
On Friday, April 7th 2017, the Dutch community for sports science organises the second edition of the Science and Engineering Conference on Sports Innovation (SECSI in short). With the exchange of knowledge on sports science, this conference aims to stimulate sports research and innovation. Furthermore, its goal is to strengthen the partnerships between universities, research institutions and universities of applied science.
During this one-day conference, PhD Candidates, postdoctorals and employees from all fields of sports science can present their research. Considering that the goal of the conference is to offer an overview of Dutch sports science and to initiate an in-depth interaction between all fields, it is permitted to submit earlier work that has already been presented at other conferences.
The event will take place at the TU Delft and will last from 9 AM to 6 PM. You are kindly invited to register by April 1st at the latest. Abstracts can be handed in until the 20th of February using this online form. Please make sure to read the abstract template carefully (click here).
|What:||SECSI (Science and Engineering Conference on Sport Innovations)|
|When:||Friday April 7th 2017, 9 – 18 hrs|
|Where:||TU Delft, Sport & Culture Building, Mekelweg 8-10, Delft|
|Price:||Regular fee € 75,- / MSc student fee € 40,-|
To register and pay the conference fee for SECSI you need create an account and visit the registration page on this website. Within a few seconds you will receive your password by email. After signing on with your personal account you can make your registrations and finish the payment.
|20 February:||Deadline Abstract submission|
|1 March:||Decisions for presentations announced|
|8 March:||Final program|
|3 April:||Online registration deadline|
For further information, please contact: Secsi@tudelft.nl
SECSI is initiated by AISS (Amsterdam Institute of Sport Science) and TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute. The conference is held annualy, organised every year by another university and HBO institution.