The Australian National University
The Australian National University (ANU) is located in Canberra, with its main campus in Acton home to seven teaching and research colleges, as well as several national academies and institutes. The ANU was founded in 1946, and is the only university to have been created by the Parliament of Australia. ANU enrols 10,052 undergraduate and 10,840 postgraduate students and employs 3,753 staff.
ANU is ranked 1st in Australia and among the top 20 universities in the world. The latest QS World University Rankings for 2018 rated ANU at 20 in the world, up two places on last year and among the great research and educational institutions of the world. ANU counts six Nobel laureates and 49 Rhodes scholars among its faculty and alumni.
For further information please see the ANU website.
Research School of Earth Sciences
The Research School of Earth Sciences is Australia’s leading academic research institution in the Earth sciences, and consistently very highly ranked internationally.
Our standing in the world is built on our expert application of the enabling sciences – mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology – to address the big questions and challenges facing the Earth sciences. We take a broad, integrative view to answer questions ranging from the Earth’s formation from the mixture of dust and gas orbiting around the sun, through all the processes determining Earth’s evolutionary history, to predicting the future state of our oceans and climate.
The workshop venue will be Jaeger 1 lecture theatre, Research School of Earth Sciences. See online map for detailed location.
A full list of abstracts will be made available on Monday, 4th February.
Other confirmed speakers
Register your attendance online. This workshop will be limited to 50 participants.
Please let us know about any special requirements you may need while attending the symposium, such as Halal or Vegetarian food for BBQ.
|Student Registration (include dinner)||$150|
|Student Registration (exclude dinner)||$55|
Call for abstracts
Authors willing to participate are encouraged to upload one or more abstracts for an oral presentation or poster before the 18 January 2019. The Conference Committee will select abstracts for presentation or poster based on the relevance to the aims of the conference.
All paper submissions for Porphyry Workshop must include a brief abstract, maximum of 250 words (A4 page). Fontype: Times New Roman, 14 point for title, 12 point all other text.
A template can be downloaded from here.
Poster Presentations will be displayed for the duration of the conference in the Poster Display Area in A0 (841mm x 1189mm) size, portrait orientation. The poster should be easily readable at a distance of two metres.