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 one of the four key themes of the NatStats 2013 conference:
1. Importance of big data for informing decision making
2. Barriers to using big or turbo-charged data
3. Improving the information infrastructure of Australia
4. Importance of interpreting and communicating data.
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, travel, accommodation or catering at the conference. Successful entries will be provided with a poster board and a small trestle table for use at the venue. Any extra equipment for interactive displays will be at the exhibitor's own expense.
Submissions are now open until 5pm on 15 February 2013 for the NatStats 2013 Poster Exhibition Session entries.
Presenters are asked to submit a 200 word abstract of their submission. Abstracts should include a statement of the objectives; a brief description of the methods, principal results and conclusions of the research, policy or work; and how this aligns with the key themes of the NatStats 2013 conference. To submit, download and complete the Nomination form, Download the Poster Nomination Form.doc
Entries will be reviewed and all submissions will be advised of the outcome by 5pm on 19 February 2013.
For more information regarding the poster sessions, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Download The NatStats 2013 Poster Exhibition Sessions Flyer.
If you have any problems or questions associated with the nomination form, please contact email@example.com.