Trenchless Australasia 2008 - Call for Papers - abstract deadline extended
May 30, 2007
The Call for Papers for Trenchless Australasia 2008 is now open and interested parties are invited to submit an abstract online. All abstracts are due by August 31, so mark this in your diary and start thinking now!
If you have an upcoming project or product which you expect to be ready in time for a presentation in March 2008, but you may not have all the details in time for the deadline, please contact Chris Bland or John Monro to discuss as we would be pleased to accommodate you.
Abstracts may be submitted on any topic relevant to Trenchless Technology including new installations, rehabilitation, replacement, inspection, and assessment of all underground utilities including water and wastewater, communications and energy.
The conference will feature plenary and streamed sessions and all papers will be considered on the basis of technical merit, interest to the industry and relevance to the event.
Authors will be advised of the status of their submitted abstracts in October 2007, at which time they will be requested to provide a full paper.
Preference will be given to original material which has not previously been published or presented at a major international meeting. However, abstracts previously presented at local, regional or national meetings may be submitted.
Click here for more information or to submit an abstract.
Alternatively, you can email an abstract directly to Chris Bland at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information:
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