As an independent, not for profit, professional body, the AM Council would like to invite professionals, students and organisations from asset intensive industries to apply to present their asset management technical developments at AMPEAK Asset Management Conference Adelaide 2016.
We encourage quality Full Papers and Extended Abstracts on thought-provoking topics that are sound and relevant ensuring that the asset management community have access to existing and emerging practices in the asset management domain of significance and originality.
Authors may choose between two formats: Full Papers and Extended Abstracts as detailed below. Having undergone a peer review, both Full Papers and Extended Abstracts are to be presented by the author, or substituted presenter at AMPEAK.
AMPEAK 2016 will focus on changing gears: how asset management is a catalyst for productivity. Topics that we encourage papers submitted to be on include:
Big Data and analytics
Communities of Practice
The influence of asset management on boards
People and change
Abstract Submissions Close: 21 November 2015
Notification to Author: 28 November 2015
First Draft of your Full Paper or Extended Abstract due by: February 2016 (date TBC)
Final version of your Full Paper or Extended Abstract due by: March 2016 (date TBC)
For submission we require:
1. For review by the Conference Technical Team, an initial Abstract submission of 150-200 words succinctly outlining the purpose of your Full Paper or Extended Abstract
2. On acceptance of the Abstract, we require submission of your Full Paper or Extended Abstract for peer review
Author Attendance at the Conference
It is AM Council policy that the author must present their Full Paper or Extended Abstract in person. If this is not possible, a substitute should be nominated and the conference organiser must be notified as soon as possible. Presentations will not be permitted unless the Full Paper or Extended Abstract has been completed and met the requirements of the paper review process and presenters/authors have registered for the conference.
If a Full Paper or Extended Abstract cannot be presented at the conference it will be withdrawn from the conference program.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we are unable to waive registration fees for authors, however a substantial discount is available to presenting authors.