The IADR ANZ Division Meeting Melbourne 2011 (September 25-28, 2011) will provide scientists and researchers with the opportunity to present, discuss, and critique their investigations.The meeting will be held in Melbourne, Australia. Further information on the Meeting can be found at the conference web site.
Persons submitting an abstract are doing so with the understanding that they abide by the conditions, deadline policies, and decisions of the Local Organising Committee of the 2011 meeting.
Abstracts must not be submitted if the work has been previously published or presented at another meeting prior to the start of this meeting (the paper must be withdrawn if this occurs). If a presentation is later proven to contain previously published materials, appropriate sanctions will be imposed against the author(s), such as prohibiting presentation at the next meeting.
All submitters of accepted abstracts are expected to attend the meeting. If an emergency arises and the presenter is unable to attend, he/she must notify Dr. Luan Ngo in writing prior to the meeting that he/she is withdrawing the abstract or naming a substitute presenter. Notices can be sent by clicking here. The substitute must be a co-author. Failure to follow these procedures may result in the submitter being prohibited from presenting at the next meeting.
Presentation mode is oral or poster.
Only online submission of abstracts will be accepted. All abstracts received, will be acknowledged by the IADR office. It is the responsibility of the delegate to ensure that the Secretariat receives the abstract or any information thereof. Every participant will be allowed to present only ONE abstract.
All presenters MUST pre-register. No abstract will be listed on the programme without pre-registration!
When you submit an abstract, an e-mail message will be sent to you as
soon as you submit your e-mail address. This message will remind you of your abstract ID and password, and of the location on the web where you can see what you have submitted. You should also write down your ID and password as soon as they appear in the Abstract Control Panel (the left-hand frame in your browser window) just in case the e-mail message gets lost or delayed on its way to you.
Please be sure to use a valid, long-term e-mail address as it will be used for all further communications (including acceptance/rejection notifications) regarding your abstract.
If you have already submitted an abstract title -- and you wish to view, resume, edit, or withdraw that submission -- log in below using the abstract id number and password already provided to you:
Technical support may by obtained by emailing tech support or by using the "Tech Support" or "Feedback" links in the online abstract system.