2020 Call for Papers
Call for Papers 2020 has now closed.
If you have a topic, presentation or research which would be a great fit in our technical programme, we're still keen to hear from you. Please email Events Manager, Sam Bryant, at email@example.com to discuss.
How long should my abstract submission be?
Your abstract should be a short overview of the presentation itself, we encourage submissions to be between 150-300 words in length.
How are successful presentations decided?
The Institute has form an Events Technical Committee made up of 9 members and National Office staff.
What does the Institute cover for Speakers?
Speakers are invited to attend 1 day (typically the day that they are presenting) on a complimentary basis, including access to the Expo, and networking breaks during the day. Travel, Accommodation & evening networking functions, dinners & award ceremonies are in addition to your attendance and tickets can be purchased through the National Office.
When will I hear the outcome of whether my abstract has been successful and I will or will not be presenting at the Annual Conference?
An Events Committee Hearing will take place and a final decision on your presentation will be decided by early November.
If my presentation is successful, what is the planning process?
A confirmation email will be sent directly to you and you will be asked to confirm your attendance within one week of receiving the email. You will need to supply a short bio (no more than 150 words), a photograph of yourself as well as fill out a 'Speakers Requirements Form, where you will be asked to elaborate further on the style of your presentation as well as any special requirements you have.