Call For Papers
The AUBEA 2019 Organising Committee welcomes full research papers and working research papers via a number of topics relevant to the conference theme 'Built to Thrive: Creating Buildings and Cities that support individual well-being and community prosperity'. We invite AUBEA participants to engage in discussion about 'Built to thrive' through the following sub-themes applied to 'Built Environment' with your paper submission to AUBEA 2019:
- People and Skills
- Theories and Principles
- Learning and Teaching
- Processes and Economics
- Regulation and Policies
Please note all paper submissions must comply with the guidelines outlined in the attached document template.
To submit your paper, please click the link 'Submit your paper'. When you submit your paper you will be asked to sign an agreement about the use of the paper. Your paper must be clearly identified as a full research paper or a working research paper. The submission of a paper is an indication of a commitment to attend AUBEA 2019. If a paper is accepted, at least one author must attend the conference to present the paper.
Please download and refer to the Australian Style Manual (Harvard) for referencing
- Call for abstracts: Friday, 3 May 2019
- Abstract submission deadline: Friday, 28 June 2019
- Full submission deadline: Friday, 30 August 2019
- Early bird registration deadline: Sunday, 1 September 2019
- Final event registration deadline: Sunday, 6 October 2019
AUBEA Conference 2019
Courses in the School of Engineering and Technology have a strong focus on industry relevance to ensure you graduate work-ready.
The conference focuses on the human dimensions of built environment and various ways buildings and cities may contribute to individual wellbeing.
Information about conference pricing, early bird deadline and how to register for the 43. AUBEA conference at CQUniversity.
Venue and Accommodation
Find out more about the AUBEA conference venue, RACV Noosa Resort and other accommodation options in Noosa, Queensland.