Call for Presentations

In addition to our brilliant speakers, AIMOS 2019 will give all attendees the opportunity to get involved. We invite submissions for workshops, unconference sessions, hackathons and posters.

  • A workshop is typically lead by one or two people who are experienced mentors who give guided instruction and training on a particular topic (e.g., preregistration, GitHub, R, power analysis). A workshop will typically be 1.5 hours or 3 hours.

  • An unconference session is typically lead by one or two people who facilitate a general discussion on a particular topic (e.g., challenges to adopting open science practices). This can be a loosely formed idea, but it’s a good opportunity to brainstorm your ideas and develop them further. This session may or may not lead to a hackathon. An unconference session will typically be 45 minutes or 1.5 hours.

  • In a hackathon the leaders coordinate a focused, hands-on project with a clear end goal (e.g., building an R package, curriculum development). A hackathon will typically be 1.5 hours or 3 hours.

  • Posters will be on show for the entire conference, allowing presenters to showcase their work to a broad audience. A dedicated poster session will also run to provide opportunities for discussion with your peers one-on-one or in small groups. Priority will be given to submissions from student researchers.

Submission deadline

Proposals will be accepted until September 1st. We will also accept proposals leading up to and during the conference, but we encourage early submission to secure a spot in the program. Submit your proposal here.

Evaluation

The submitted proposals will be reviewed by the AIMOS Organising Committee. Presenters will be informed of the outcome at the latest by late September 2019. All notifications will be sent to the email address provided during the submission process.

Registration

Registration for the conference will open at the end of July. If you submit a proposal, or register your interest without submitting a proposal, you will be notified when this happens. Otherwise, check back for updates.

Conference attendance is capped at 200, so we encourage you to register as soon as possible.

All accepted presenters must register and pay the registration fee before the early bird deadline on October 7, 2019. If the presenters do not register on or before this date, the accepted proposal will not be included in the conference programme.

Early-bird registration costs will be:

  • $60: waged

  • $25: students

Dissemination of Abstracts

Accepted abstracts will be posted on the conference website. After the conference, the abstracts will remain publicly available in pdf format.

Cancellation

Please do not submit a proposal if you are not confident that you will be able to attend the conference. If your presentation has been accepted but circumstances prevent your attendance, please ask a co-author to present and notify the Conference Secretariat (fallon.mody@unimelb.edu.au) of this change as soon as possible. If cancellation is unavoidable, please contact the Conference Secretariat immediately to remove your presentation from the conference programme.

Submission

All proposals must be submitted online on or before September 1, 2018. A proposal must be submitted by one of the presenters. Once the proposal is submitted, no changes in the online form will be allowed. The receipt of your proposal will be confirmed by an email.

Submit your proposal here.

To register your interest in the conference without submitting a proposal, go here.