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2019 AHISA Biennial Conference
2019 AHISA Biennial Conference
Perth

2019 AHISA Biennial Conference

Dates: 2 - 4 October 2019

Location: Crown Towers, Perth

Overview: AHISA's 17th Biennial Conference, "Forging the Future" ran from Wednesday 2 October to Friday 4 October in Perth, WA with optional pre-conference Marketing Masterclasses and the School Visit Program on Tuesday 1 October.

Held only every two years, the AHISA Biennial is a premier conference event and provides a platform for professional exchange between peers who aspire to and are recognised for excellence in autonomous school leadership. 2019 saw a wonderful 3 day program consisting of Keynote Presentations, Panel discussions and concurrent sessions which covered a variety of future-focused topics and issues that play into the strategic challenges that are faced by school leaders. The conference also gave attendees the opportunity to hear from colleagues who have been "forging the future" within their own schools though specialised stream presentations and through the valuable collegial exchange that always takes place in and around the official program.

No. of attendees: 312

2019 Australia and New Zealand Rhinologic Society Conference
2019 Australia and New Zealand Rhinologic Society Conference
Melbourne

Australia and New Zealand Rhinologic Society Conference

Dates: 20 - 22 September 2019

Location: Crown Promenade, Melbourne

Overview: The biennial Australian & New Zealand Rhinologic Society Conference was held in Melbourne and the society celebrated its 11th Scientific Meeting. The three day event covered all aspects of endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery, as well as the medical management of common rhinologic problems. The conference program included plenary sessions that were delivered by four world-renowned keynote speakers, 7 interactive panel discussions and abstract presentations which displayed the latest scientific research in the field of rhinology.

Stats: 4 international keynote speakers, 5 sponsors from national and international medical companies, 17 trade table exhibitors, 35 abstract presenters, 11 poster presenters.

No. of delegates: 200

3rd Laryngology Society of Australasia Conference 2018
3rd Laryngology Society of Australasia Conference 2018
Adelaide

3rd Laryngology Society of Australasia Conference

Dates:2 - 4 November 2018

Location: Adelaide Convention Centre

Overview:The 3rd Laryngology Society of Australasia Conference 2018 was held at the Adelaide Convention Centre followed by an incredible gala dinner hosted at the Adelaide Oval, overlooking the beautiful city skyline. The conference welcomed speech pathologists, ENT Specialists, laryngologists and all those in care of the larynx. Highly regarded international and national speakers shared their wealth of knowledge and experience and covered the "Innovations in Laryngology". Pre-conference workshops presented informative, educational and hands-on interactive experiences.

Stats:11 trade table exhibitors and 5 sponsors from national and international medical companies.

No. of delegates: 231

4th South Pacific ORL Forum 2017
4th South Pacific ORL Forum 2017
Hawaii

South Pacific ORL Forum 2017

Date: 9 - 12 July 2017

Location: Hawaii Hilton Village, Hawaii

Overview: The 4th South Pacific ORL Forum was held in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Hawaii Hilton Village in 2017. The Forum incorporated contributions from the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Australian New Zealand Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology and the Australian and New Zealand Rhinologic Society. It is one of the largest ENT educational meetings held. A three-day educational program presented delegates with an array of concurrent sessions, panel discussions, case studies, free papers and innovative techniques. It was an opportunity for all societies to network together to gain share educational experiences. There were a number of leading international speakers as well as National and International Exhibitors showcasing and demonstrating the latest in technologies. Breakfast sessions, panel discussions, workshops and debates were the perfect host to deliver high level research and most up to date surgical procedures. The South Pacific ORL Forum is acknowledged as a high-quality educational program were surgeons, doctors and nurses can benefit from CME points.

Stats: Hosted the 70th Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (NZSOHNS), 32nd ASM of the Australian New Zealand Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology (ANZSPO) and the 10th ASM of the Australian and New Zealand Rhinologic Society (ANZRS)

No. of Delegates: 349

ARMS 2017
ARMS 2017
New Zealand

ARMS 2017

Date: 26 - 29 September 2017

Location: Wellington, New Zealand

Overview: The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) Conference 2017 was held in Wellington, New Zealand. It celebrated the 18th Annual Conference for the society. The theme for the 2017 ARMS Conference focused on Funding Research: Drawing on the power of collaboration. It was an opportunity for professionals from research organisations and funding bodies to engage and deliver new ideas, create new networks, further enhance the research enterprise and promote the profession of research management.

No. of delegates: 540

Stats: 12 keynote international speakers, 6 major sponsors, 10 workshops, collaboration meetings and accreditation modules.

Audiology Australia National Conference 2018
Audiology Australia National Conference 2018
Sydney

Audiology Australia National Conference 2018

Date: 20 - 23 May 2018

Location: Sydney

Overview:The 2018 Audiology Conference was held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney, showcasing outstanding keynote speakers and promoting innovative research and evidence-based best practice in the field of audiology and hearing health care. The 3-day scientific program provided delegates with the opportunity to accrue CPD points captured by Consec with our scanning software during concurrent and plenary sessions. Specialist workshops and masterclasses, keynote addresses, round tables and integrated consumer forums were the basis of the scientific program and lead to the overall success of the conference.

Stats: 18 sponsors; over 680sqm of exhibition space with 44 National and International Exhibitors

No. of delegates: 1427

Australia-New Zealand Cities Symposium 2019
Australia-New Zealand Cities Symposium 2019
Sydney

Australia-New Zealand Cities Symposium

Dates: 25 February 2019

Location: William Inglis Hotel, Western Sydney

Overview: The Australian Government and the New Zealand Government jointly hosted the Australia-New Zealand Cities Symposium in February 2019. The Symposium's aim was to bring together experts from across the Tasman to investigate initiatives to improve the productivity and liveability of our major cities. As an invite-only event, delegates were hosted at the William Inglis Hotel in Western Sydney for two days and had the opportunity to tour some of the new infrastructure developments taking place in the Greater Sydney area.

No. of delegates: 96 National and International delegates

Australian Industry and Defence Network Gala Dinner 2019
Australian Industry and Defence Network Gala Dinner 2019
Canberra

AIDN Dinner 2019

Date: 13 February 2019

Location: Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia

Overview: The 2019 AIDN National Defence Dinner was held at the Gandel Hall at the National Gallery of Australia. Pre-dinner drinks were served in the gardens of the National Gallery and served as the perfect backdrop for an evening of networking with like minded people and industries. Guests were treated to a delicious meal and were entertained by the Royal Military College Band and a Silent Auction. All proceeds from the auction went to Legacy Australia who supports families and personnel after their time serving in the defence force. The Hon. Steven Ciobo, Minister for Defence Industry was the guest speaker for the evening and the AIDN National Young Achiever Award was presented to a deserving applicant. It was a very celebrated and successful event for the National AIDN Community.

No. of delegates: 184 Member and Non-Member delegates

Australian Industry and Defence Network National Annual Gala Dinner 2020
Australian Industry and Defence Network National Annual Gala Dinner 2020
Canberra

Australian Industry and Defence Network National Annual Gala Dinner 2020

Date: 19 February 2020

Location: QT Hotel, Canberra

Overview: The 2020 AIDN National Annual Gala Dinner was held at the QT Hotel, Canberra and marked the 25th Anniversary of AIDN. The dinner was attended by over 300 guests who enjoyed an evening of wonderful food, entertainment and the opportunity for guests to network with like-minded people and industries. Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, Chief of Navy, was the guest speaker for the evening and the AIDN National Young Achiever Award was presented to deserving applicant, Alexander Bowen-Rotsaert from Boeing Defence Australia.

No. of attendees: 331

Australian TDL Interoperability Summit 2019
Australian TDL Interoperability Summit 2019
Canberra

Australian TDL Interoperability Summit 2019

Date: 11 November 2019

Location: National Convention Centre Canberra

Overview: The International Data Links Society Australia and New Zealand Chapter and ADFTA hosted the Tactical Data Link (TDL) Interoperability Summit at the National Convention Centre Canberra.

The focus of the TDL Interoperability Summit was to inform stakeholders and the wider Defence and Defence Industry community of current and future issues concerning TDL in the Australian Defence Force (ADF). The Summit program consisted of defence and industry briefings, panel discussions and networking opportunities and brought Defence and Industry together to develop an understanding of the issues and activities currently affecting the TDL community.

No. of delegates: 224

IEEE Sympsium Series on Computational Intelligence
IEEE Sympsium Series on Computational Intelligence
Virtual

IEEE Sympsium Series on Computational Intelligence

Dates: 1 - 4 December 2020

Location: Virtual Online Event

Overview: The challenges of 2020 and the covid-19 pandemic created an opportunity for this year's IEEE SSCI 2020 Conference to be run in a virtual format. With international and in some-cases national delegates and presenters being unable to travel, Consec was able to transition the event which had a global reach of over 6 continents, 55 countries and 600+ national and international attendees.

IEEE SSCI co-located 46 symposia, each dedicated to a specific topic in the CI domain, thereby encouraging cross-fertilization of ideas and providing a unique platform for top researchers, professionals and students from all around the world to discuss and present their findings.

This year's program consisted of live tutorial (7), plenaries (3) and panel (2) sessions, along with 70+ technical paper sessions run over 8 concurrent streams, each with seven live presenters and over 400 pre-recorded on-demand presentations all delivered via Consec's Virtual Conferencing Platform.

Given the global participation, sessions were run to accommodate both southern and northern hemisphere time zones.

Stats: 472 Presenters

No. of virtual attendees: 613

International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology Symposium 2017
International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology Symposium 2017
Melbourne

IFPE Conference 2017

Date: 17 - 20 October 2017

Location: Melbourne Cricket Ground

Overview: The International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology (IFPE) Congress 2017 was held in Richmond, Victoria at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The event brought together diverse disciplines and geographies that deliver global mental health research. Mental Health and Psychiatry were the forefront of the 16th Congress' agenda and aimed to promote the "acquisition, dissemination and application of epidemiological knowledge". Multiple workshops, poster presentations, invited speakers and individual papers ignited career development opportunities and networking throughout the 4-day event.

Stats: 9 invited international and national speakers, 2 pre-congress workshops, 53 concurrent sessions and 53 poster presentations

No. of delegates: 260

Leadership in Sport Conference 2019
Leadership in Sport Conference 2019
Canberra

Leadership in Sport Conference 2019

Dates: 28 - 29 November 2019

Location: Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra

Overview: On 28-29 November 2019, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, National Integrity of Sport Unit, Sport Australia and University of Canberra co-hosted the Leadership in Sport Conference titled '20/20 Vision' at the University of Canberra.

The conference brought together stakeholders from national sporting organisations, sports integrity units, government officials, athletes and their representative bodies to identify a collective vision in the pursuit of transparency, accountability and inclusion in sport.

The conference was a great opportunity for like minded individuals with diverse views to come together, challenge ideas and collaborate with multiple keynote speakers, panels, debates and interactive workshops throughout the 2-day event.

No. of delegates: 152

Military Communications and Information Systems Conference (MilCIS)
Military Communications and Information Systems Conference (MilCIS)
Virtual

MilCIS 2020

Dates: 10 - 12 November 2020

Location: Virtual Online Event

Overview: MilCIS 2020 saw a massive pivot to a virtual world, held in a very similar format to the physical event, delivering 75 presentations that highlighted and focused on crucial technologies, products, systems and services associated with military communications and information systems. These presentations were delivered over the three day event in the format of keynote presentations, technical presentations, tutorials and product briefs.

In conjunction with the delivered presentations, MilCIS 2020 also featured a meeting hub to enable the delegates to interact and connect like they would at a live event and a virtual exhibition provided the opportunity for attendees and exhibitors to connect, demonstrate new technologies and promote their products and services.

No. of virtual attendees: 1,000+

Presenters: 80+

Exhibitors: 36

Countries represented: 26

Military Communications & Information Systems Conference (MilCIS) 2019
Military Communications & Information Systems Conference (MilCIS) 2019
Canberra

MilCIS 2019

Dates: 12 - 14 November 2019

Location: National Convention Centre Canberra

Overview: The annual Military Communication and Information Systems (MilCIS) Conference is the only Australian Conference that highlights and directly focuses on crucial technologies, products, systems and services associated with military communications and information systems. Showcasing international and national company exhibitors, and presenting streams of concurrent and plenary sessions with outstanding National and International Speakers. Held at the National Convention Centre Canberra, the MilCIS Conference hosts breakfast and lunch sessions and caters for every body's needs. With an interactive app; delegates can create their own conference program from the 75 conference sessions and streams.

Stats: 95 exhibitors and 17 sponsors

No. of Delegates: 1916 registered delegates and 1264 expo attendees

Pathways14 Conference 2018
Pathways14 Conference 2018
Sydney

Pathways14 Conference 2018

Date: 5 - 7 December 2018

Location: Novotel Manly Pacific, Sydney

Overview: The Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) 2018 Pathways14 National Conference brought together professionals, academic staff, disability practitioners, NDCO's and students with disability. The purpose of the conference was to identify and remove the current barriers for people with a disability who are participating in post-secondary education and training. Held at the Novotel Pacific Hotel in Manly, Sydney, Pathways14 the conference centred around Progressive Partnerships – Inclusive, Innovative and Ingenuity. It allowed colleagues from around Australia to come together, share and learn current practices, gain inspiration and strengthen networks.

Stats: The Pathways14 conference celebrated the 27th Anniversary of Pathways in Australia.

No. of delegates: 261 delegates and 13 exhibitors.

Project & Program Management Sypmosium (PGCS) 2019
Project & Program Management Sypmosium (PGCS) 2019
Canberra

PGCS 2019

Dates: 20 - 22 August 2019

Location: The Canberra Rex Hotel, Canberra

Overview: The Project and Program Management Symposium (PGCS) has one simple aim; to facilitate improvement in Australian project delivery outcomes. The focus of the symposium, held at the Canberra Rex Hotel, was to improve the knowledge and skill sets across project, program and portfolio management. Associated masterclasses, international keynote speakers and educators, professional associations, federal government departments organisations and universities all contributed to the three-day symposium.

Stats: 5 exhibitors and 2 masterclasses

No. of delegates: 170

Regional Development Australia National Forum 2019
Regional Development Australia National Forum 2019
Canberra

Regional Development Australia National Forum

Dates: 26 - 28 November 2019

Location: National Convention Centre Canberra

Overview: On 26-28 November 2019, the Assistant Minister for Regional Development and Territories, the Hon Nola Marino MP, hosted the 2019 Regional Development Australia (RDA) National Forum in Canberra. The theme for this year's Forum was Influence and Impact. Streamed workshops provided opportunities for RDA Committees to network and learn from each other while workshops focused on a variety of relevant topics. Representatives from other Australian Government agencies attended the Forum to listen to and network with the RDAs. Booths representing AusIndustry, the Department of Home Affairs and the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications were well attended.

The Forum dinner, held at the National Museum of Australia, provided delegates with another opportunity to network with peers from across Australia whilst enjoying the entertainment and hearing from presenter Mr David Parkin OAM.

Stats: 18 Speakers, 6 Plenary sessions, 4 streamed workshops, 3 Expo booths

No. of delegates: 140 delegates

Robotic Vision Conference 2018
Robotic Vision Conference 2018
Canberra

Robotic Vision Conference 2018

Date:7 - 9 August 2018

Location: Canberra Rex Hotel

Overview: The 2018 Australian Centre for Robotic Vision Conference, hosted by the Australian National University, tackled the critical and complex challenges of applying computer vision to robotics. The conference program focused on the capabilities of robots, problem solving in natural and building environments, healthcare in hospitals and in the home, sustaining food practices and production and efficiently reserving our natural resources. Live demonstrations of the Robots and technologies were prominent during the entirety of the conference as well as a debate held at the House of Representative Chamber at Old Parliament House between academic professionals and students. The conference was a successful showcase of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision research.

No. of delegates: 143

The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2020
The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2020
Virtual

The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Dates: 29 - 30 November 2020

Location: Virtual Online Event

Overview: The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence was delivered virtually in 2020 enabling 38 academics in the field to present their research in the field. Held over two half days, the program included keynote presentations from internationally renowned professors and 36 concurrent sessions.

Presenters: 38

Countries represented: 10

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