2018 Conference Partner
We are proud to partner with the University of Konstanz in hosting the 2018 conference. Since its foundation in 1966, the University of Konstanz has distinguished itself through its top-level research, excellence in teaching and studies, internationality and interdisciplinary collaboration. Even their architecture highlights this visionary founding principle: the short distances on their campus university sustain an environment that enables communication, that unites scientific disciplines in a natural way, and benefits a culture of creative collaboration.
We are proud to partner with Charles Darwin University (CDU) in hosting the 2017 conference. CDU dates back to the 1950s, currently teaching 21,000 students at four campuses and four training centres with training delivered in more than 170 remote locations across the Territory. The University promotes and supports the development of educational practices that provide high-quality and diverse learning experiences for all students. Through education and research, CDU has helped to strengthen the social and economic development of northern Australia and the Asia-pacific region.
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