Call for Abstracts – is now Closed
How to Submit Abstracts and Papers
Please note: papers are only required if you wish to enter the Hynds Best Paper Award (details below)
How to upload your abstract
Upload your abstracts and / or paper online using eOrganiser. – Click here.
Create a login to create an authors account.
Please note: you can use the same link and password to submit a full paper for consideration for the Hynds Pipelines Best Paper/Presentation Award (open to IPWEA NZ members only)
Key Dates 2019 / 2020
Mon 11 Nov – Abstracts close
Mon 16 Dec – Authors advised
Fri 13 Mar – Full paper required – if you would like your paper to be considered as a finalist for the Hynds Best Paper Award. Papers are not otherwise required.
Fri 13 Mar– Conference Registration required
Fri 10 Apr – Hynds Pipe Systems nominees confirmed (three)
The final conference programme will be advised on the website mid April, after the Hynds finalists have been confirmed.
- 20 min presentation + 5 min Q & A
- 10 min presentation with 2 min Q & A
Young IPWEA. If you are under 35, the best three abstracts will be selected for a mini keynote for 7 mins. There will be an award for the best presentation..
Hynds Pipe Systems Paper Competition
The Hynds Pipe Systems competition, kindly sponsored by Hynds Pipe Systems, is held at our annual IPWEA NZ conference. All IPWEA NZ members who have a paper accepted for presentation at the conference, are eligible to enter. Before the conference, our judges will select the three best papers for presentation at the conference. These three papers will be presented in the Hynds Pipe Systems Paper plenary session on the Wednesday afternoon of the conference. The presentations are judged by the audience.
The winner of the 2020 Hynds Pipe Systems Award and partner, will attend the 2020 IPWEA Queensland Division annual conference, for the winner to present the winning paper – all expenses paid. The prize for each of the 2 runners up is a 2-day Great Mystery Break for 2, or equivalent air travel.
Paper Guidelines. Click here for guidelines to prepare a paper
PowerPoint template. A template will be provided in due course.
PPT Format: please use 16:9 format. Please use the introductory slide, thereafter optional, however we appreciate if you could use the ppt slide template with the conference branding…thank you. All presentations are to be brought with you on a USB and downloaded at the Speaker Prep desk at conference prior to your presentation.
Tips for better powerpoints – to be provided in due course
IPWEA NZ Excellence Awards|
The IPWEA NZ 2020 Excellence Awards Click here for the guidelines
IPWEA NZ Values and guiding principles
Please click here to download and read the ‘IPWEA NZ Values and Guiding Principles’. It is important that all presenters adhere to these. Thank you.