Venue & Logistics
RoboVis 2019 will be held at the Stamford Grand in Glenelg, South Australia.
Our main program kicks off on Monday 23rd September. We will have a Welcome Reception at 6.30pm on Sunday 22nd September. There will be a Training Session in the afternoon of Wednesday 25th September 2019 for Research Fellows and PhD Students.
Travel and accommodation
We recommend all attendees travel to Adelaide and check-in to the venue in the afternoon of Sunday 22nd September, to be in time for the Welcome Reception.
To get to the Stamford Grand from Adelaide Airport, a short transfer is required.
We will provide shared accommodation which has been booked for all travellers.
ANU and Monash attendees should contact Carol Taylor (ANU) and Sandra Pedersen (Monash) who will be able to assist with your flight bookings for the symposium.
QUT participants need to book their flights through the online QUT Corporate Travel Management (CTM) system.
Adelaide participants should just ensure to register for the event to secure accommodation.
Staff with caring responsibilities
Centre staff who have caring responsibilities that will prevent them from attending Robovis are encouraged to contact their local Node Administrator to enquire about travel support that is available to facilitate attendance.
Research Training (Research Fellows and PhD Students only)
The Research Training session is scheduled in the afternoon of Wednesday 25th September 2019 for Research Fellows and PhD Students.
This year, we will have a series of talks by centre Alumni, to speak about their experience and career since leaving the Centre. This will be an opportunity to obtain inside information on how to embark on your dream career.
The training event will conclude with dinners in off-site locations in Glenelg.
Please note it is compulsory for all RFs & PhD researchers to attend this session. You will have accommodation for Wednesday night, then check out and travel home on Thursday.