Welcome to the 63rd AARES Annual Conference Website
The 2019 Annual AARES Conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Clarendon St, South Melbourne.
The venue is right next to Lines 12, 96 & 109 of Melbourne's public transport trams, as well as walking distance to Southern Cross Railway Station and there are numerous hotels within 2-3 minutes walk. The airport is approximately 30 minutes by car or bus.
Invited and Keynote Speakers
Click here to see the Invited Speakers
Registrations will open early November 2018.
The Organising Committee, in conjunction with the incoming AARES President-Elect, is working on an exciting program to make this conference an outstanding success and one not to be missed.
As the program is developed we will add particularly interesting or novel events to our Drawcard Events page.
A DRAFT PROGRAM can be accessed here. Please be advised that this Program is a work-in-progress and will be changed and updated as more details become available.
Submissions are open.
The paper selection committee is aiming to advise authors of the outcome of their submissions in the first week of December 2018.
For selected paper, contributed paper and poster guidelines, please visit the submissions guidelines page
Call for Workshop and Mini-symposium submissions
The committee is calling for submissions for workshops or mini-symposia to be delivered during the conference. Please email (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Special conference rates will be negotiated at a number of properties for AARES conference delegates. Stay tuned for more info.
Potential sponsors are encouraged to suggest topics and potential speakers of interest, and there are opportunities to sponsor specific workshops or mini symposia that will form part of the conference.
Local Organising Committee
Members of the Victorian Chapter of AARES are part of the Local Organising Committee. Please contact David Cundy at the AARES Central Office (email: email@example.com) for further information.
Melbourne and Victoria
Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia with nearly 5 million inhabitants and is a thriving, bustling city. It is the cultural and shopping heart of the country with possibly the best cafe/restaurant culture in the world. There are many places of interest to visit, both within the city and in the surrounds.
If you would like to extend your stay in Melbourne and explore the city and surrounding region we will have suggested activities and places to visit on our Melbourne and Victoria tab.