AEES Annual Conference
Canberra, ACT, 24-26 November 2017
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The 2017 AEES Annual Conference will be held in Canberra, ACT, Australia, from 24 – 26 November.
Our conference will take place at the Theatrette of Geoscience Australia, Symonston, ACT.
The AEES Meeting will have the usual program and format starting on Friday afternoon and going until Sunday lunchtime.
Key sessions at this year’s conference will be:
- Australian Ground Motion Hazard Map
- Damage and Control
- Australian Earthquake Resistant Building Codes
- Masonry Buildings
- A special tour of the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre at Geoscience Australia will be a highlight of this year’s conference.
Call for Abstracts
We warmly invite you to participate in this AEES annual event.
Authors are invited to submit papers in any of the related topics outlined below or relevant to the sessions listed above. The conference will include keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations. Accepted papers will be peer reviewed and published in the conference proceedings, and later on the AEES website.
Please send in an abstract of not more than 200 words by 15 June, 2017. Upon receipt, authors will receive further instructions on acceptance of their abstract and instructions for writing full papers.
Instructions on submitting abstracts
We are using an online abstract submission system again this year. If you already have an account on the AEES website from submitting or reviewing an abstract at the 2015 PCEE conference or 2016 AEES conference, simply login here and add an abstract to the upcoming AEES event, or follow the link on the login page to create an account. If you have any trouble with the online system please contact Sharon at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
For AEES members, the AEES AGM will also be held during the conference.
- Earthquake engineering
- Engineering seismology
- Blast induced ground motion
- Critical infrastructure protection
- Emergency management and insurance
- Mine induced seismicity
- Building codes
- Earthquake hazard
- Disaster response
- Risk modelling
Abstracts due: 15 June 2017
Full Papers due: 1 September 2017
The AEES are pleased to offer a limited number of student grants to be put toward the cost of registration to full time students should they attend and present either an oral or poster paper at this year’s AEES conference in Melbourne. If you are a full time tertiary student who plans to attend this year’s conference to present either an oral or poster paper and you would like to apply for this grant please advise Sharon Anderson at email@example.com by 15 June 2017.
To register your interest in receiving registration information or for any enquiries including sponsorship:
AEES Secretariat: Sharon Anderson, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org