ISASI 2022, “Current Challenges for Aviation Safety”, will be held in Brisbane, Australia, on the 30th August – 1st September 2022.
ISASI 2022 will be a fully interactive “hybrid” conference for delegates to meet either face to face at the Pullman Hotel, King George Square, Brisbane, Australia, or to register and participate “on line”.
Keynote Speakers include:
Renowned Human Factors consultant, Malcolm Brenner PhD will deliver an after dinner presentation that w ill focus on speech analysis as a new investigative technique utilising major NTSB and international case studies.
We would like to take a moment to thank our event Sponsors.
ISASI Program Brisbane 2022 subject to changes.
For hotel reservations, please email the group reservations agent Shelley Zheng at email@example.com or telephone +61 7 3222 1177, quoting ISASI 2022.
For accommodation from 28/8 to 2/9 for delegates, the rates are
inclusive Buffet Breakfast for 1 person
Rates are subject to availability at the time of enquiry.
The Call for Papers is now closed, and the program will be posted as soon as it is available.
April 20th Closing date for receipt of abstracts
May 30th Presenters informed of successful selection and instructions for final paper’s issued
* July 20th Completed paper and power point presentation required
Brisbane is serviced by one of Australia’s fastest-growing airports with a network of direct flights from 33 international and 51 domestic destinations.
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From the cultural, culinary and recreation hub of the CBD, to beautiful natural landscapes and incredible wildlife, Brisbane offers a wide choice of world renowned
Known as the Sunshine State, Queensland’s subtropical climate offers warm weather and an alfresco lifestyle. Delegates will be welcomed to a vibrant and contemporary city featuring stylish hotels, an eclectic dining and entertainment scene, and a rich cultural precinct.
Brisbane’s prices are among the most competitive in the world today.