SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSTHE is a peer-reviewed Journal publishing research papers bi-monthly.

International Journal Online of Sports Technology & Human Engineering has been granted ISSN  No 2349-0772 in the year 2014 till December 2019.

From February onwards 2020,  the new title of the journal will be Smart Moves Journal IJOSTHE.

Scope For Publication:

Human Engineering: dealing with the application of information on physical and psychological characteristics to the design of devices and systems for human use.

The term human-factors engineering is used to designate equally a body of knowledge, a process, and a profession. As a body of knowledge, human-factors engineering is a collection of data and principles about human characteristics, capabilities, and limitations in relation to machines, jobs, and environments. As a process, it refers to the design of machines, machine systems, work methods, and environments to take into account the safety, comfort, and productiveness of human users and operators. As a profession, human-factors engineering includes a range of scientists and engineers from several disciplines that are concerned with individuals and small groups at work.

Sports Technology and Human Engineering covering all aspects of Sports Technology and Human Engineering: Sport Science, Design of Devices, Systems, Bio-Mechanics, Exercise Physiology, Motor control and learning, Sport and Exercise Psychology, Sports Nutrition, Public Health (as relevant to sport and exercise), and Rehabilitation and Injury Management

Aim & Vision

It is aimed to help the students, researchers, teachers, authors and independent workers. International Journal Online will encourage all original work which contributes to a better understanding of the journal. It aims to provide a platform to the research scholars and the academicians and encourages them globally to share their professional and academic knowledge in the fields of sports, its technology. The Journal considers for publication Original Research and Review Papers in the sub-disciplines relating generally to the Sports Technology and Human Engineering such as: Sports Science, Design of Devices, Systems, Biomechanics,  Exercise Physiology, Motor Control and Learning, Sport and Exercise Psychology, Sports Nutrition, Public Health (as Relevant to Sport and Exercise), and Rehabilitation and Injury Management . Our vision is to reach a large number of audiences worldwide with original and current research work completed on the vital issues of the above important disciplines. Other original work like, book reviews, Ph.D. and Masters’ dissertations are also welcome in this journal.