5 August 2010 03:15:00 PM
The NatStats Board, along with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) invites you to participate in the NatStats 2010 Poster Exhibition Sessions. These poster exhibitions provide an opportunity to present and discuss your current area of research, policy or work, to a targeted audience of conference delegates who will represent government, academia, community organisations and the private sector. The poster exhibition session will be held over the lunch break on September 16th and 17th, at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Entries are invited from individuals and organisations, in both the private and public sectors.
Topics of Interest
Submissions for a poster exhibition entry should be a topic of interest that aligns with the four key themes of the NatStats 2010 conference:
1. Challenges facing Australian Society: Issues, Policy and Information
2. Australia in the Global Economy
3. Improving Australian’s Wellbeing
4. Improving the Measurement of Progress
There are 15 poster exhibition spaces available. Inclusion in the poster exhibition session will entitle the presenter to accompany their poster presentation in the exhibition area, but does not include conference registration.
Submission Details Submissions are now open until 5:00pm on Friday 27 August, 2010.
Presenters are asked to submit a brief abstract of your submission of no more than 200 words. Abstracts should include a statement of the objectives; a brief description of the methods, principal results and conclusion of the research, policy or work; and how this aligns with the key themes of the NatStats 2010 conference.
The Nomination form comprises your submission. The nomination form is attached below and can be downloaded in either pdf or Word format.
Note that all submissions must be emailed or mailed to the Poster Exhibition Secretariat, Conference Solutions.
Entries will be reviewed and all submissions will be advised of the outcome by 5:00pm on Friday 2 September, 2010.
If you have any problems or questions associated with the Nomination Form, please contact Conference Solutions on 02 6285 3000, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org