The conference will run for three full days, starting at 9 am (0900 hours) on Monday 17 November, and finishing at 4.30 pm (1630 hours) on Wednesday 19 November 2014.
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Each speaking session is 90 minutes long and will feature four speakers. Therefore we expect that each person will talk for about 15 minutes with 5 minutes for questions (i.e. a total of 20 minutes per talk). We’ve also planned quite generous morning tea and lunch breaks, so we hope people will network (and ask any extra questions they may have) then.
Are you an early career researcher?
For early career researchers – graduate students (masters and PhD) and recently awarded PhDs (within the last 3 to 4 years) – the Student Organising Committee is arranging additional prizes, activities and workshops for the conference. The schedule of activities is under development and will include an all day workshop on Sunday 16 November – please click here to see the preliminary schedule.
Abstract submission for oral and poster presentations closed on 21 February 2014.