PROTECTING YOUR LIGHTING STANDARDS
27-29 October 1997
Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia & New Zealand
42nd Annual Convention
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Convention will be held from 27-29 October at the Carlton Crest Hotel in Melbourne. The Carlton Crest is one of Australia's leading hotel/convention centres and is situated in Melbourne's inner business district, near St Kilda Road and over-looking Albert Park Lake, home of the Australian Grand Prix. Extensive planning and work already undertaken, along with the theme for the Convention 'Protecting Your Lighting Standards", will ensure national and international attention will be on the Convention and its associated Trade Exhibition. Melbourne's proximity to South East Asia, will draw exhibitors from both Australian and Australasian Lighting and Associated Industries guaranteeing a high standard of exhibitors.
The Convention programme is carefully crafted to include several facets. These include:
A registration brochure with full details of the Convention pro
gramme and delegate services (including accommodation bookings) will be circulated to IESANZ members and other interested parties later in the year. Attendees will include Australian, New Zealand and international lighting designers, architects, researchers, educators, industry representatives and others interested in the impact of lighting and associated technologies on people and their environment.
- Presented Papers
- Invited international experts
- Technical Papers
- Lighting and Associated Industry Specialists
- Poster Papers
- Trade Exhibition
- Luminaire Design Competition Awards
- Convention Dinner
Call for Papers
Suitable applicants are invited to submit papers detailing relevant and current work in topics relating to the IMPACT OF LIGHTING STANDARDS ON PEOPLE AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES. The terminology relating to 'STANDARDS' may be interpreted in many ways ie: Professional Standards, Baseline Standards, Litigation Standards, Perceptual Standards etc, or one may question if there really is a need for Standards? These papers may be either Personally Presented, or a Poster Presentation.
The Author must register for the Convention, present the paper (25 - 30 mins) and answer questions (15 mins).
Paper should be:
A formal written paper is required and will be published in the Convention Proceedings.
- preferably not previously published
- of high standard
- free of direct commercial connotation
An area will be provided for the display of Poster Papers. These Poster Papers should be related to the theme, and authors may con
sider them too short, lightweight or contain too many commercial connotations and implications to be acceptable as Presented Papers. These posters should be one or more A1 vertical presentation sized sheets and should include all copy and illustrations. Alternative or supplementary material will be allowed subject to Organizer's approval. The author will be required to be available to discuss their work with interested delegates during the convention recesses. The poster papers will be selected from abstracts submitted in response to this call.
Fill out and return the attached Expression of Interest form as soon as possible.
Abstract to be submitted by May 17th 1997 and should consist of 200-300 words, double spaced on A4 paper, complete with short speaker profile.
1 additional page of graphics may be included.
Acceptances advised by July 11th 1997.
Final paper(s) due September 5th 1997.
Expression Of Interest:
Presented Paper Title/Subject:
Poster Paper Title/Subject:
All Correspondence to:
1997 Convention Committee
IES (Aust & NZ)
PO Box 638
Mount Waverley, Vic.
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