SMACC Conference

What is the best conference of 2013?

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March 11-13, 2013

Sydney Australia

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  1. Great Wee Scott. I genuinely believe this hype is justified.

    SMACC will be the best conference EVER.

  2. Hope to see as many people of possible make the trip over from the USA – we”ll make sure it’s worth it… See you at SMACC!

  3. Can’t wait to see how Americans and Brits perform in SimWars when they are upside-down :-)

  4. Mathias Tschopp says:

    Not to nitpick or anything, but I’ve got an abstract that is accepted and that will go thru the video presentation route, since I can’t make it to Sidney, and my understanding was that registration was mandatory. That’s what the acceptance email says and I didn’t see anything on the registration section about free registration for presenters that won’t physically be there.

    Again, I don’t mind contributing to the cost of such an undertaking, but what you say in the wee isn’t exactly right.

    • Mathias,

      I believe one of the conference organizers wrote back personally, but the clarification is Digital Posters are free; video presentations require registration. So anyone who submitted a poster, but can’t attend should submit as a digital poster. I am happy to host any of the videos made or that any will make here on EMCrit.


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