In martial arts news, the International Conference on Scientific Study of Combat Sports and Martial Arts (ICSSCSMA) will be taking place on February 3-4, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. Organised by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, the International Conference on Scientific Study of Combat Sports and Martial Arts is designed to bring together a number of cutting-edge researchers studying the topic of combat sports and martial arts events in Australia. From Karate in Australia, MMA in Australia, Aikido in Australia and more, a wide range of subjects will be up for discussion by world-renowned experts.
In 2020 the International Conference on Scientific Study of Combat Sports and Martial Arts will run over two days. These will feature a range of presentations of varying lengths by prestigious academics. It is a great chance for individuals interested and/or knowledgeable in martial arts and combat sports such as MMA in Australia or Karate in Australia to network, share their experiences and communicate their findings. In addition, the ICSSCSMA hopes to provide a forum to discuss trends, challenges and concerns in the field of martial arts events in Australia.
The World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology is currently recruiting contributors and prospective authors to help shape the ICSSCSMA 2020. High-quality research regarding constructive, theoretical, experimental or empirical research in the area of martial arts events in Australia or combat sports in Australia is highly welcomed at the conference. Researchers in these fields are encouraged to submit posters, abstracts and papers along with references, graphs and tables to potentially present at ICSSCSMA. This is an excellent opportunity for students, researchers and individuals knowledgeable in the industry.
If you're not a scientist but love martial arts, this conference is a unique opportunity for you to get insight into a niche area of study relevant to you. The subject is interesting and engaging, allowing you to meet other like-minded martial art lovers and get insight into the science of your favourite sports. Whether you're interested in Karate in Australia or if BJJ in Australia is more your thing, you'll be amazed hearing about the biomechanics of kung fu palm strikes and the impact of Asian martial arts training on pain perception.
In short, the International Conference on Scientific Study of Combat Sports and Martial Arts is an excellent opportunity to access cutting-edge research, meet like-minded people and get to know more about your favourite martial arts.