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Request for Abstracts: Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) National Conference 2019

Date : 06 / 02 / 2019
Author : Peter Clee - VK8ZZ

Request for Abstracts: Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) National Conference 2019

The WIA is to hold its annual conference and annual general meeting over the weekend of 24th and 25th May 2019. Following the AGM there will be two or three technical sessions held at the conference venue on the afternoon of the 25th May after lunch. The organising committee of the conference is asking for the submission of abstracts of not more than 200 words for papers to be presented during these technical sessions. At this early stage we intend to have two sessions comprising the presentation of 4 papers each. Additionally, it is intended that an additional two papers will be presented during the Amateur Radio New South Wales (ARNSW) field day on Sunday the 26th of May 2019 at their Dural site. If there are enough abstracts of sufficient merit submitted by the due date we may hold an additional parallel technical session on the afternoon of Saturday the 25th May.

Review Committee

The technical review committee will comprise Dr Tony Monger (VK2KZ) and Dr Rob Halliday (VK2XRH).
Abstracts should be submitted on the template supplied on the Abstract/Call for Papers Form 2019.
The authors of the papers chosen for inclusion will be allocated 30 minutes for an oral presentation during the session.

Guideline for Authors

The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 1st 2019.
Notification for acceptance will be on April 1st 2019.
Any enquiries and completed abstracts should be directed to papers2019@wia.org.au.
Please include author/presenter contact details. Specifically, email and phone numbers.

Sincerely,
Tony Monger and Rob Halliday

Related Files

Request for Abstracts
Request_Abstracts WIA 2019.pdf



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