Abstracts sought for South East Asia Survey Congress 2019

By on 20 February, 2019

Abstracts for the 15th South East Asia Survey Congress will close on March 15.

The SEASC for 2019 will take place in Darwin this coming August, building a detailed program around the inclusive theme¬† of ‘Collaboration, Communication and Capacity Building’.

Drawing on its long history of attracting a diverse and dedicated crew of delegates from across the Asia-Pacific, this year’s event features a future-focus that aims to prepare and bolster the discipline of surveying in the context of impending environmental, social and technical challenges.

The ASEAN FLAG Council will meet and co-locate at the event, along with an ESRI technical workshop on modernising land administration led by Brent Jones, global manager for Cadastre/Land Records

SEASC also aims to embrace the unique cultural and natural features of its host city and surrounds with a range of extra curricular activities, including an invitation only ASEAN Masters golf tournament, a social dinner hosted by Jimmy Shu at Hanuman restaurant, and pre-congress tours to Kakadu, Katherine and Litchfield national parks, a barramundi fishing tour and visit to the Tiwi islands.

Register before March 15 to submit your abstract for this unique and historic congress.

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