Conferences

August 25, 2015

See below for details on the current Conferences on the ARMS Calendar

 

For details on past ARMS Conferences click here

Upcoming ARMS Annual Conference


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 2020 ARMS Conference Perth

22 - 25 September 2020

http://www.arms2020.org.au/ 

The Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) annual conference is the premier event for Research Management Professionals in Australasia and Singapore.

We are pleased to host the ARMS 2020 Conference in Perth, Western Australia, the gateway to Asia and Australia’s only Capital City situated on the Indian Ocean Rim.

The theme of the ARMS 2020 Perth Conference is “Disrupting the status quo: challenging the research and innovation culture to advance the research enterprise”.  We invite you to join us and fellow colleagues from across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and globally at the ARMS 2020 Perth Conference from 22-25 September 2020.

The conference will build on the outstanding programs of previous years and will deliver a novel and exciting program of knowledge sharing, networking and presentations by inspiring leaders and innovators in the research environment.

 

Australasian Ethics Network Conference 2020


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Join us in Melbourne!

On behalf of the Organising Committee, we are delighted to invite you to support the Australasian Ethics Network Conference (AEN2020) to be held from the 11th – 13th of November 2020 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

The conference will be held under the theme “Emerging issues in Research Ethics: keeping up and bringing others along”. The theme will focus on new and emerging technologies that generate enormous excitement in research but along with the excitement comes an increasingly complex sea of ethical issues. For decades, those involved in, regulating, conducting, participating in, reviewing and administering research have grappled these issues in isolation. The goal of the 2020 AEN conference is to bring together members of these diverse groups in an effort to keep up with the emerging issues in research ethics and where possible, to bring others along.

The conference will discuss these topics amongst a range of pre-conference workshops (Wednesday) and two full days of conference sessions (Thursday, Friday).

We encourage you to consider joining us for what is set to be another successful AEN event!

 

For further information on any conferences and events, please contact arms.adminofficer@flinders.edu.au