The APS Annual Conference will be held this year in the nation’s capital, Canberra, from 4 to 8 October. The Conference program will focus on the relationship between research and practice and will feature keynote presentations, workshops, individual papers, symposia and posters, and a new format of ‘how-to’ sessions. These sessions were a great success at ICAP 2010, and are especially designed to provide delegates with some practical skills to take away from the Conference.
The conference venue is the outstanding National Convention Centre which is very conveniently situated right on the edge of the central city area. Canberra is a beautiful city, well planned and full of life, and is home to a number of important national buildings – including Parliament House, the National Museum, the High Court of Australia, Questacon (the National Science and Technology Centre) and the National Library – that are inspiring both inside and out.
Please join us in Canberra this spring for the 46th APS Annual Conference – a great opportunity to showcase your work to the profession, gather a large number of continuing professional development hours, and network with colleagues. n
For more information, go to the Conference website:
APS ANNUAL CONFERENCE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS