Asset Management Conference Sydney 2015
Call for Papers has now closed.
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 Sydney 2015.
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.
For submision 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
Full Paper Criteria
Full papers should be used to report on mature work, or efforts that have reached an important milestone. These papers will be rigorously peer reviewed and if accepted, compiled into a formal conference proceedings that will be registered with one or more referencing databases (e.g. Compendex). To be accepted, papers should present a concise, coherent and a well-reasoned case (be this theoretical or practical). Full papers are limited to 12 pages and must adhere to the Full Paper Author Guide. A ‘Best Paper Award’ will be presented to the author(s) for the paper deemed of highest merit by the Paper Awards Committee (on the basis of the author’s written paper), and published as part of the Conference Proceedings. Full Papers are uploaded to the AM Council Body of Knowledge (AMBoK). Click here to explore the search facility.
Accepted papers will be allocated 30 minutes for the final presentation, including time for questions and answers.
Extended Abstract Criteria
Extended Abstracts should be used to highlight efforts in an early stages of development that are important to the asset management community, or present novel theories for discussion, or illustrate systems or case studies that can be described sufficiently in a limited space. Extended Abstracts are restricted to 2 pages, inclusive of all text, illustrations, graphs and references. These will also be checked for relevance, novelty and importance of the underlying work, as well as adherence to the Extended Abstract Author Guide. Accepted Extended Abstracts will be published on the conference USB provided to all delegates, however these papers will not be registered with referencing databases. They will however be indexed in the AM Council Body of Knowledge (AMBoK). Click here to explore the search facility.
Accepted Extended Abstracts will be allocated 30 minutes for the final presentation, including time for questions and answers.
Potential authors should be aware that Full Papers or Extended Abstracts submitted for presentation at the AMPEAK Asset Management Conference must not have been published elsewhere unless agreed by the conference organiser prior to submission. Commercialisation in the form of touting a specific organisation or product will not be tolerated in submissions to either format.
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, USB, and Conference Proceedings.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we are unable to waive registration fees for authors, however a substantial discount is available to presenting authors which will be disclosed at the earliest opportunity.
Supporting Documents for the Submission Process
Abstract Submission Guide - How to submit your initial abstract
Author Guide Full Paper - Requirements and submission process
Author Guide Extended Abstract - Requirements and submission process
Microsoft Word Template - includes built-in styles to apply to your final chosen format ready for final submission
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