Abstract submission has now closed
The following presentation types are available, (please note all abstracts and papers are peer-reviewed. Poster presentations are not peer-reviewed):
An oral presentation consists of a brief presentation and question and answer time. Presentation slides are mandatory. Video clips, props and graphs are encouraged but not compulsory.
Technical submissions should address advancements in technical research, investigations, and studies, and/or industry trends, and contribute to the scholarly discourse.
Following the acceptance of a technical abstract a paper submission is required. Papers should be between eight and fifteen pages in length, including illustrations, appendices, and biography. Paper submissions will be published in the RMIT Informit Engineering Collection. Papers published in this collection are findable via Google Scholar (and Google); NLA; EBSCO; OCLC; Summon and other database aggregators and search engines. More details about paper submissions will be provided following notification of abstract acceptance.
Industry submissions consist of showcasing experience in industry-based good practices, lessons learnt, project work and strategies. A paper is not required for an industry oral presentation.
A poster presentation consists of visual information such as photos, graphics, text, references tables and figures, that will be displayed on the virtual platform. Posters should include a summary of key findings (whether from research, investigations, studies or project work) and recommendations for future research or projects. A paper is not required for a poster presentation.
The call for abstracts is now closed.
All abstract submissions will be reviewed by the CSE Technical Committee. The Technical Committee may accept or reject abstracts and their decision is final. The outcome of abstract submissions will be emailed in June 2021.
By submitting an abstract the author(s) agree to the General policies and requirements and the Speaker/Author Agreement.
Presenting authors are required to register and pay to attend the Conference by 11:59PM AEST Friday 17 September 2021 (co-authors are not required to register). Presenters that remain unregistered after the deadline will have their submission removed from the program and Conference proceedings. No funding or discounts are available to presenting authors.
Authors can submit multiple abstracts but may only deliver a maximum of one presentation.
A presentation may be delivered by a maximum of two presenting authors, however, both presenters must be registered to attend the Conference.
If the abstract is selected for inclusion in the program, consent is provided for the presentation slides, video, audio recording and photos taken during the presentation to be used and published by CSE 2021 including being provided to delegates of CSE 2021.
Online submission is the only method for submitting abstracts for CSE 2021.
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All abstracts submitted for CSE 2021 must follow the abstract submission guidelines.
An eOrganiser account is required to submit an abstract for CSE 2021.
Upon creating an account submitting authors will be asked to verify their email address. Check the spam or junk folder if not received. Contact [email protected] if unable to locate the verification email.
The abstract must be written in English.
The submitting author must ensure that the abstract is submitted correctly.
A biography (maximum of 100 words) and photograph (a passport style photograph in high resolution up to 2MB) should be submitted at the time of abstract submission for all presenting authors. Photos and bios for co-authors may also be provided but are optional.
Upon successful abstract submission, the submitting author will receive a confirmation email containing the abstract attached as a PDF file. Check junk or spam folders if not received. Contact [email protected] if unable to locate the confirmation email.
The abstract should not be resubmitted for any reason.
Authors can view or edit their abstracts by returning to their eOrganiser account and by selecting 'Submissions'. Edits can be made to abstracts until the review process begins.
The outcome of abstract submissions will be emailed in June 2021.
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