Australian Conference Theme: IRRIGATION FOR THE FUTURE – Challenges, Innovations and Opportunities
The Irrigation Australia Conference aims to provide a platform for the irrigation industry and the broad range of other stakeholders to address the key future challenges and opportunities facing the irrigation industry. The conference is an opportunity to share knowledge and experiences in providing a sustainable future focus on the efficient use of water and adoption of new technology in Australia.
The organising committee for the Irrigation Australia Conference have selected a conference theme and topics that specifically identify with irrigation issues in Australia. The concurrent ICID 24th Congress will have a broader international perspective. The Committee now invite abstract submissions in line with the key topics below however abstracts outside of these topics will still be considered for presentation. Papers for the Australian conference may cover multiple topics but should have a clear Australian focus and meet the overall conference theme of Irrigation for the Future.
The committee at their discretion may recommend that suitable abstracts are forwarded to ICID for inclusion in the ICID Congress program rather than the Australian program if the topic is of international relevance.
Don't miss the chance to present at the Irrigation Australia Conference & Exhibition. Abstract Submissions are closing on Wednesday, 15 December 2021
Submit your Paper
Please take the time to read through the abstract guidelines below before submitting an abstract online. A panel of industry experts across a diverse cross section of the irrigation industry had been selected to review all abstracts and select presentations.
You will be notified as soon as possible after the closing date if your paper has been successful
|Abstract Submission Closes||30 November 2020|
|Notification of Acceptance||End of January 2021|
|Early bird registration closes||30 April 2021|
|Speaker registration deadline||14 May 2021|
|Presentations due||21 June 2021|