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2020 Vision – Movement Science to Tokyo :
Available for Clearinghouse for Sport member groups B & C only. The Movement Science Forum is an annual information sharing initiative for movement science specialists working within the Australian sport system. In 2016 it was hosted by AIS Movement Science on December 13 – 14 in Canberra. The theme for the Forum was 2020 Vision – Movement Science to Tokyo. The objectives of the Forum were to: Workshop the findings from the National MS Network Project, which focused on improving understanding of the roles of national discipline leads in Biomechanics, Performance Analysis and Skill Acquisition ; Provide a forum to share inter-disciplinary success stories from the Rio cycle and stimulate further servicing and project initiatives for the Commonwealth Games, the Winter Olympics and Tokyo 2020 ; Explore the opportunities MS practitioners have with the newly created Innovation Research and Development section at the AIS ; Hear about the potential of the “Deep Learning” computer science domain for MS services. Welcome and opening / Dean Kenneally -- Movement Science National Network Engagement Project : Overview and knowledge / Marc Portus -- Movement Science National Network Engagement Project : Optimisation / Hamish Jeacocke -- Movement Science National Network Engagement Project : Connectedness / David Pease -- Movement Science National Network Engagement Project : Community / Derek Panchuk -- Movement Science National Network Engagement Project : Group discussion -- Interdisciplinary case study : Triathlon / Daniel Greenwood -- Interdisciplinary case study : Swimming / Sian Barris -- Interdisciplinary case study : Swimming / Elaine Tor -- Interdisciplinary case study : AIS/Victoria University / Damian Farrow -- Deep learning : a winning edge in the brave new world / Stuart Morgan -- AIS innovation research and development : IMU and technology visions / Joe Winter -- AIS innovation research and development : KGF outcomes and the R&D agenda / Tim Kelly -- Redesigning our system to maximise interdisciplinarity : a design thinking challenge / Tim Kelly -- Interdisciplinary case study : Archery / Georgia Giblin -- Interdisciplinary case study : Netball / Mitch Mooney -- Interdisciplinary case study - Athletics / Emma Millett.