|AUSTRIA 2 AUSTRALIA
|Symposium on Research Collaborations between Austria and Australia
Opportunities, Benefits and Risks
|Date postponed - Graz University of Technology, Assembly Hall
|Call for Poster Presentations
|The Austrian-Australian Society (ÖAG) and Graz University of Technology (TUG) will hold a symposium about
"collaboration in research and development focusing on IT and technology". This event will build on the highly successful
ÖAG symposium held in Vienna in October 2018, entitled "Austria and Australia - a Global Relationship in the 21st Century", at which political
and economic relations between the two countries were discussed and analyzed.
As part of the symposium, we invite researchers to present posters about collaborations between Austrian and Australian researchers, research groups and
institutions. We are interested in recently finished or ongoing research projects in the fields of IT, engineering and natural science.
All accepted posters will be presented in a special poster session during the symposium. After the symposium one page abstract of each poster will be
published together with other symposium contributions in online proceedings under the Creative Commons Attributions License 4.0 (CC BY-NC-ND) with an ISBN
and DOI numbers by TU Graz Verlag (publisher).
Poster submissions require a 1 page extended abstract covering title, information about Austrian and Australian partners and an overview about the research
collaboration. Accepted submissions will be required to prepare a physical printed poster for the poster session. The size of the poster should not exceed
84.1 × 118.9 cm (A0 format) in upright format (w x h). It is expected that at least one author is present during the event and present their work during the poster session.
Templates and Formatting Instructions can be retrieved here:
-> Open Document Text (odt)
-> MS-Word (docx)
Extended abstracts can be submitted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Poster Session Chairs:
Christian Gütl, Graz University of Technology
Reinhard Fleck, Austrian Australian Society