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IELab Conference 2020


Information

Date: 3-5 February 2020

Venue: Lutanda Mt Victoria Conference & Recreation Centre, the Blue Mountains, New South Wales (more info)

Conference Flyer: Download

Call for Contributions: Download

Dinner Flyer: Download

 

Presentations

Presentor Title Link
Tommy Wiedmann (UNSW) Welcome Address PDF
Kylie Goodwin (UNSW) Absolute sustainability of global cities PDF
Yafei Wang (Beijing Normal University) Constructing Chinese city-level multi-regional inputoutput tables using China IELab PDF
Hanspeter Wieland (Vienna University) Building Global Physical Input-Output Tables for Iron and Steel in a Virtual Laboratory PDF
Steve Kenway and K M Nazmul Islam (University of Queensland) Use of IELab to understand water cityregional water flows PDF
Navoda Liyana Pathirana (University of Sydney) Linking the satellite indicators to nutrients using nutrition geometry PDF
Soo Huey Teh (UNSW) Calculating scope 3 emissions of your project with the ECE Tool PDF
Futu Faturay (Ministry of Finance Indonesia) Why does Indonesia’s Minister care about IO? PDF
Takako Wakiyama & Keisuke Nansai (ISA/NISE) IELab, and land use and biodiversity conservation in Japan PDF
Ya-Yen Sun & Donald Drakeman (University of Queensland) Measuring the carbon footprint of wine tourism and cellar door sales PDF
Man Yu (UNSW) Assessing the greenhouse gas mitigation potential of urban precincts with hybrid life cycle assessment PDF
Ted Woodley (National Parks Association of NSW) & Rusty Langdon (University of Sydney) Snowy 2.0 pumped hydro station will generate substantial GHG emissions PDF PDF Report

 

Program

 

Photos

 

Registration (closed)

The majority of rooms onsite have bunk beds. Please let us know before booking (by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) if you require disabled-access onsite, if you are bringing family (especially children), or if you have any other special circumstances. Rooms for special needs are limited onsite.

Please complete the following form for any special dietary requirements. Enter “IELab Conference” as the Group Name and select “Lutanda Mount Victoria” for the Centre. Forms must be submitted by 17th January 2020

The following rates are for two days/nights per person.
 
Early Bird regular (registration before 24 December)
On-site accommodation: $350 (includes accommodation, meals, welcome reception, conference dinner, tea & coffee and conference fee)
Off-site accommodation: $300 (includes meals, tea & coffee, welcome reception, conference dinner and conference fee, but does not include accommodation)
 
Regular (registration after 24 December)
On-site accommodation: $500
Off-site accommodation: $450
 
Student: Early Bird regular (registration before 24 December)
On-site accommodation: $200
Off-site accommodation: $150
 
Student: Regular (registration after 24 December)
On-site accommodation: $250
Off-site accommodation: $200

Registrations have now closed.

 

Getting There

Address: 6-9 Eltham Park Avenue, Mount Victoria NSW 2786

 

Directions from Mount Victoria Train Station

About a 23min walk from the train station to the conference centre.

 

Directions from Sydney CBD/Airport

Take the subway train to Sydney Central Station and change there to the Blue Mountains train line to Mount Victoria. Total trip duration is 2.5 to 3 hours. Opal cards can be purchased at Sydney airport train station.

 

Lutanda Site Map

 

IELab-ALCAS Conference 2020 Organising Committee 

Manfred Lenzen

Tommy Wiedmann

Kylie Goodwin

Nazmul Islam Noyon

Tim Grant

Yutong Jin

Mo Li

Daniel Micevski

Takako Wakiyama

 

IELab Conference 2020 Scientific Program Committee

Kylie Goodwin

Nazmul Islam Noyon

Takako Wakiyama

 

ALCAS Conference 2020 Scientific Program Committee

Rob Rouwette

Paul-Antoine Bontinck

Tim Grant

 

 

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