The 12th Australasian Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport
Darwin, Northern Territory
25-27 June, 2014
This conference will bring together sports scientists, mathematicians and statisticians who are interested in:
- The use of computers in sport
- Statistics and statistical modelling in sport
- Mathematical modelling in sport
- Teaching of mathematics, computers and sport
- The application of these to improve coaching and individual performance
- The use of statistics, mathematics and computers in sports gaming and gambling
The conference directors are:
- Associate Professor Anthony Bedford, RMIT University, email@example.com
- Associate Professor Tim Heazlewood, Charles Darwin University, Ian.Heazlewood@cdu.edu.au
Previous conferences were held at Bond University (Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6), University of Technology Sydney (No. 5), Massey University NZ (No. 7), Coolangatta Qld. (No. 8, 9) and the Crowne Plaza, Darwin (No. 10) and RMIT University, Melbourne (No.12)
Registrations are now open. Conference early bird fees are
- AustMS: - AUD $375.00
- Non-member: - AUD $425.00
- Student: - AUD $325.00
- Proceedings only (non-attendee): - AUD $50.00
Address: 32 Mitchell St, Darwin NT 0800
Phone:(08) 8982 0000
Hotel class: 5 stars
A special room rate has been negotiated with Hilton and shall be listed shortly.
Darwin is a short taxi trip from the airport.
Flights to Darwin are available from all Australia’s capital cities, and with many international airlines.
Both oral and poster presentations will be acceptable for MathSport 2014. Full papers for conference proceedings can be submitted for both oral and poster presentations. All papers will undergo the full peer-review process. Instructions for abstract, oral and poster presentations, as well as full paper submission for conference proceedings follow.
Opening abstract submission - February 8th, 2014
Abstract submission - April 13st, 2014
Notification to authors - April 21st, 2014
Full paper submission deadline – May 31
Registration for presenting authors - June 3rd, 2014, 23:59 Australian EST
Notification of Accepted papers
A notification e-mail which informs the Authors about the acceptance situation, type, date and time of the presentation will be sent by May 01, 2014. Presenting Authors will be required to register for the conference. If the Presenting Author is not registered by May 31, 2014, the abstract will be withdrawn, will not be reviewed and removed from the program.
More information on Darwin is available at: http://www.tourismtopend.com.au/about-the-top-end/visitor-information-centre andhttp://www.whatsondarwin.com/info/
Airport information: http://www.darwinairport.com.au/
Speakers will have approx. 17 minutes to present their papers and answer questions. The keynote speakers will have approx. 40 minutes to present their papers and answer questions. More details will be posted closer to the conference.
The Neville De Mestre Award for the best student presentation and best student paper will be awarded. Students will be rated by the scientific committee on presentation clarity, technical aspects of paper, paper quality and response to questions. A small prize and certificate accompanies this award.
Anthony Bedford; Stuart Morgan; Tim Heazlewood; Neville De Mestre; John Hammond; Steven Stern; Adrian Schembri.
Anthony Bedford; Tim Heazlewood; Neville De Mestre; John Hammond; Steven Stern; Ray Stefani, Stephen Clarke, Adrian Schembri, Tristan Barnett, Elsuida Kondo.
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