2020 Call for Papers
Call for Papers 2020 is NOW OPEN!
The Institute invites all those who are interested in submitting an abstract to fill out the 'Abstract Submission' from 16 August 2019. Call for papers will close on 1 November 2019.
We are looking to build a technical programme across the building surveying spectrum that encompasses a range of relevant industry issues, experiences, solutions and innovations that will give delegates, including our stakeholder colleagues, an opportunity to gain further insight, knowledge and expertise with the goal to develop their skills as professionals in their fields.
If you have a topic, presentation or research which would be a great fit in our technical programme, we want to hear from you.
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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.