Invitation to Submit
The Australian Association of Animal Sciences (formerly known as The Australian Society of Animal Production), together with CSIRO Publishing, will prepare a special edition of Animal Production Science to be distributed following the 33rd Conference of the Australian Association of Animal Sciences which will be held at The Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, 13 – 15 July 2020.
We invite you to submit a 300 word abstract. These will be reviewed by the conference editorial committee and invitations will then be offered for a limited number of authors to prepare a full six page paper. Other accepted papers will be invited to contribute one page papers which will published online in a supplement accompanying the special edition.
The Animal Production 2020 Editorial Team will be assessing full papers under the umbrella conference theme ‘The new face of animal science in Australia’. The conference theme corresponds with the re-branding and launch of our new association.
We invite submissions from all researchers in Animal Science: from livestock and food production through to zoology, wildlife and marine animal science, and the social and economic issues that interface with the management of animal systems in Australia.
Full papers will follow CSIRO submission requirements with submissions to be made through the CSIRO’s ScholarOne Manuscripts portal (further information coming soon).
Authors of abstracts who are not invited to submit full papers will have the option to submit one page papers through the second call for submissions.
- Aquaculture / Marine Science
- Cattle (Beef)
- Cattle (Dairy)
- Crops and Pasture
- Emerging Technologies
- Fibres (Sheep and other species)
- Meat Science (Sheep / Beef / Goats)
- Veterinary / Animal Health (all species)
To submit a presentation you will be asked to enter your email address and create a password.
Once you have created an account you can submit abstracts. You can log back in to submit more abstracts and to register for the conference.
Click here to download the abstract template
How to Submit
Submissions are due by 16 December 2019 and can be submitted via the presentation portal on this website.
Abstracts should be prepared using the template provided (*.doc) and should not exceed 300 words.
Authors will be notified of the status of their abstracts by January 2020.
The Program Committee will review all submitted abstracts.
As there are limited places for oral presentations some abstracts submitted for oral presentation may be offered posters. Authors in these cases will be advised and asked to confirm whether they wish to present a poster.
All presenters will be required to register for the conference and pay the appropriate registration fee. Presenters also need to meet their own travel and accommodation costs.
While you will be asked to indicate your preferred presentation format, the program committee may request an alternative format be considered. The committee will allocate presentations to the program taking into account the preference of authors and the balance of the program.
We anticipate that authors will be the principal presenter for at most one featured presentation, but may be the principal presenter for more than one impact presentation and display poster.
Featured Oral Presentation
It is anticipated featured oral presentations will be allocated 10 minutes for presentation, including 2 minutes for question time.
An A0 portrait size poster that will be displayed for the duration of the Conference.
The abstract and a PDF of each accepted poster will be included in the conference app for delegates to view on their smart devices.
Presenters will also be asked to attend their poster during a poster viewing session to discuss the poster with other delegates.
AO Poster Measurements
841 mm wide x 1189 mm high
33.1 inches wide x 46.8 inches high
Full guidelines for poster submissions can be found be clicking here.
- Session Chair Guidelines
- Presenter Guidelines
Each session room will be equipped for the presentation of PowerPoint slides and include a data projector, computer with external speakers, lectern and microphone.
Presenters will take their Power Point slides to the meeting on a memory stick, where an audiovisual technician will load your presentation.
Video and audio clips should be embedded in your Power Point slides rather than linking to external files.
All slides will be run from a central presentation computer. However, if you have a complex presentation, which includes multiple media files, we suggest you bring your own laptop as a backup in case of difficulties loading your presentation.