We are pleased to announce the 11th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Aerospace Technology (APISAT) which will be held at the Gold Coast, Australia, on 4 – 6 December 2019. Since the inception of APISAT in 2008 by the national aerospace societies of Korea (KSASS), China (CSAA), Japan (JSASS) and Australia (RAeS Australian Division), the symposium has grown steadily to an average of 250 papers and well over 300 delegates. APISAT has become the prime forum for aerospace research and development in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Gold Coast is a an excellent backdrop for the symposium with easy access to the venue and other locations around the Surfers Paradise area. This vibrant hub is home to some of the best restaurants, attractions and beaches.
The organisation is a partnership between the RAeS Australian Division and Engineers Australia.
Abstracts must be submitted online as Microsoft Word documents only using a specific format – an abstract template is available online and must be used for all abstracts submitted.
Please note that while there is no limit on the number of abstracts you can submit, the Conference Program Committee will, where possible, limit the number of presentations per first author to one.
Presenters of accepted abstracts are required to register and pay to attend the Conference as a delegate for at least the day they are presenting.
Submission of abstracts implies the author’s agreement to publish their extended abstract in the final Conference Program Handbook and on the Conference website once the event has concluded.
Authors of accepted abstracts are required to submit a full paper for review. Submission of full papers implies the author’s agreement to publish their full paper on the proceedings USB.
Successful papers must be presented by the lead author/s or a nominated co-author. The presenting author’s name must be listed in bold font in the author list.
Acceptance of abstracts does not imply any payment from the Conference Committee. Authors must arrange and pay their own accommodation, travel etc. to attend the Conference.
Acceptance or otherwise is at the discretion of the Conference Program Committee whose decision is final.