ICOC 2021 Call for Proposals
In recognition of research, policy and developmental partnerships between Australia and Indonesia, The University of Queensland (UQ) is delighted to host the 11th biennial Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC) from 14 – 16 July 2021. Since 2014, UQ has identified Indonesia as a strategic partnership country.
The 2021 ICOC will be held in hybrid form – all sessions and events will be held online, with limited in-person attendance. Given the isolating consequences of travel and physical distancing measures, and ongoing border restrictions, the conference will focus on building research collaborations: specific ‘partner up’ sessions will be included to connect researchers across Indonesia, Australia, and the region. All in-person events will adhere to COVID-safe distancing and other measures.
The conference welcomes both presentations and posters. Presentations will run in concurrent sessions, while posters will be displayed virtually. Poster presenters will be asked to record a short, 3-minute video on their posters which will be part of the virtual display.
All submissions should be submitted here by midnight AEST Sunday, 21 February 2021. Applicants will be notified of the outcome on Friday, 5 March 2021.
Registration is free, but please note that the organising committee does not provide funds for travel or accommodation costs.
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