Sports Technology People

Our Sports Technology Cluster draws on an interdisciplinary group of people. Many skills sets are required to conceive, create and construct leading edge technologies. Here are some of the people...

Daniel James

daniel james Dr James is the programme manager of Sports and Biomonitoring at the Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications, Griffith University, a research fellow at the Queensland Academy of Sport, Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research and a founding director of Teksportz. more info...


MadhusudanRao Neeli

madhusudanrao neelii Mr. MadhusudanRao Neeli, an experienced production engineer internationally, he joined our centre 5yrs ago to pursue cutting edge processes. An avid cricket fan he's keen to apply his engineering skills to helping sports people and is a founding director of Teksportz. more info...


David Thiel

david thiel Wireless centre Director, long time RF expert, geophysicist and inventor. He brings a host of experience in engineering, research and production to the group and is a founding director of Teksportz. more info


Yuji Ohgi

yuji ohgi Based in Keio University Japan, he also holds an honary position at Griffith University as he is out here so often. Dr. Ohgi gets access to the latest Japanese technology before it hits the market. more info...


Brendan Burkett

brendan burkett Brendan Burkett is the director of the CHASE research Centre at the University of the Sunshine Coast. He has lead a distinguished career as a paralympic champion swimmer and continues to have a leading role in the paralympic movement more info...


Marc Portus

marc portus Marc oversees the strategy and operations of the Cricket Australia SSSM unit and is based at the Centre of Excellence in Brisbane. more info...


Jason Harding

jason harding Jason Harding is a fanatical surfer, skater and snowboarder. He is also a sport scientist currently affiliated with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) and Griffith University’s Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications (GU). more info...


James Lee

james lee Former boiler-maker/welder and competative athete turned sports scientist adn PhD researcher more info...


David Rowlands

david rowlands Our computer and firmware wizz kid, kicks a mean soccer ball too. more info...


Andrew Wixted

andrew wixted Ex IBM and Telstra Andrew returned to University life to complete a PhD (actually he did about 3 PhD's worth) in the early 2000's and is currently working on the suspect bowling action project for Cricket Australia and the ICC more info...


Amin Ahmadi

amin ahmadiAmin Ahmadi is currently a PhD scholar at Griffith University in conjunction with the Queensland Academy of Sport to develop wearable sensors for tennis. more info...

Jono Neville

jono nevilleWon an international student prize for his undergraduate work in Sports tehnology in 2009 and staying on to do his PhD with the Brisbane Lions more info...

Tristan McNab

jono nevillean engineer by trade, technophile by nature, futurist and friendly misanthrope his is currently doing a PhD using iPhone technologies to monitor athletes more info...

Research Centre Staff

Here are the gallery of characters that make up the university research centre, an ecclectic mix of skills and backgrounds that seems to just work. more info...

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