[ABNMS] ABNMS2013 Call for Abstracts - The closing date has been extended until 6th October
james.lewis at connect.qut.edu.au
Fri Sep 27 10:45:22 AEST 2013
To give more people the opportunity to submit an abstract for
ABNMS2013 the closing date has been extended until Sunday, 6th October.
If you have work that you have being doing with BNs, please consider
ABNMS2013 and submit your abstract. And, if you know of anyone who
might have been vacillating about submitting an abstract, please let
them know that this is a good opportunity to present to a very
interested audience, all in the lovely setting of Hobart.
NB: 6th October. There is still time to write your 'no longer than
300 words' abstract.
e: james.lewis at connect.qut.edu.au
At 01:10 PM 18/09/2013, Jim Lewis wrote:
>I would like to remind everyone that the closing date for the
>submission of abstracts for ABNMS2013 is this Friday, 20th September.
>Read below about what to do to submit abstracts of presentations and
>posters about your work.
>For further details please go to:
>The conference and tutorial planning is progressing well and I am
>looking forward to attending and visiting Tasmania in November.
>Pre-Conference Tutorials: November 25 - 26
>Conference: November 27 - 28
>e: james.lewis at connect.qut.edu.au
>>Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 13:28:59 +1000
>>From: David Albrecht <david.albrecht at monash.edu>
>>To: <general at abnms.org>, <abnms at abnms.org>
>>Subject: ABNMS2013 Call for Abstracts
>>Fifth Annual Conference of the Australasian Bayesian Network
>>Modelling Society (ABNMS2013)
>> November 25 - 26, 2013:
>> Pre-Conference Tutorials
>> November 27 - 28, 2013: Conference
>> University of Tasmania, Hobart
>> * Open Registration: 22 July 2013
>> * Call for abstracts: 22 July 2013
>> * Abstract submission: 20 September 2013
>> * Decision on abstracts: 20 October 2013
>> * Conference registration deadline: 25 October 2013
>>The organising committee for ABNMS2013 is pleased to invite
>>submission of abstracts for presentations and posters.
>>Abstracts are invited from all fields. Past presentations have
>>covered a wide range of disciplines including environmental
>>management, engineering, law, infrastructure and medicine, and a
>>variety of technical aspects on the method of development, data
>>learning, linking GIS and BNs expert elicitation approaches, and
>>lessons learnt from particular BN projects.
>>Suggested themes for ABMS2013 are Technical, Environment
>>management, Risk, Expert Elicitation, Software, Infrastructure and Health.
>>Abstracts for ABNMS2013 should be no longer than 300 words.
>>For further details please go to:
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