Case Studies

Read about the success other associations have had in Australia

Every year hundreds of international conferences and congresses attract thousands of delegates from across the world to see and hear world-class content in Australia.

Discover the success of associations who have already benefited from what Australia offers.

27th International Congress of Applied Psychology

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The International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP) is held every four years...

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22nd International Conference on Atomic Physics

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The line-up of presenters included three Nobel Laureates and renowned atomic physicists from every corner of the world.

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22nd APAC Conference on International Accounting Issues

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22nd Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, founded by California State University.

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15th International ICWES

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15th International Conference for Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES15)

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21st Int'l Federation of Information Processing World Computer Congresses

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21st International Federation of Information Processing World Computer Congresses

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39th Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC)

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Over 400 chemists from 40 countries travelled to Adelaide for the ICCC.

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GREENHOUSE 2011: the science of climate change

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Delegates convened in Cairns for this sixth conference in the GREENHOUSE series.

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4th Asian Conference for Plant Pathology (ACPP)

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Delegates visited Darwin from all over the world, including a large contingent from China and New Zealand.

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APPEA 2011

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More than 3,400 people converged for the conference in Perth, Australia’s leading oil and gas industry centre.

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Asia-Pacific Economic & Business History Conference

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Economic and business historians from around the world convened in Canberra for the annual conference.

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