2022 Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences HDR Conference

The New HDR Environment, Industry and Commercialisation

Welcome to an exceptional event showcasing higher degree research from across Charles Sturt University’s academic disciplines.

This conference provides opportunities to highlight Charles Sturt’s existing networks while encouraging new research connections within our Higher Degree Research community.  This event also provides an excellent opportunity to demonstrate the Innovation, Industry Partnerships and Research Commercialisation.

Join us at HDR conference 2022 to hear from our distinguished keynote speakers, research leaders, research support teams and learn about the great research projects being undertaken by Higher Degree Researchers, and don’t miss the chance to connect with the broader regional community.

Event information

Start: 12pm Wednesday 16 November 2022

Finish: 1pm Thursday 17 November 2022

Wagga RSL club

Presentation Submissions

    • All Faculty of BJBS HDR students are invited to present at the HDR Conference.
    • There are two streams for submission.

PhD (Computing) and DIT students from School of Computing, Mathematics & Engineering

HDR students from the from School of Computing, Mathematics and Engineering will submit an Abstract by 16th October, using the conference paper template:

All other HDR students from FoBJBS

HDR students from all other Schools/Centres, (i.e., PhD, DBA or DPS) within the Faculty of BJBS are required to submit Powerpoint slides by 1st November. We strongly recommend that you do not exceed 15 slides in your PowerPoint presentation and you will have a maximum of 15 minutes to present your research.

  • If you are presenting for Confirmation of Candidature (CoC) RES704, please contact the subject coordinator. If you are a PhD student, please contact your supervisor.

Presentation Guidelines

Powerpoint slides submission closes – 1st November

Keynote speakers

Michael Eburn

Dr Michael Eburn

Dr Eburn is the leading researcher in the area of emergency services, emergency management and the law. He is the author or co-author of three books and has made over 80 other contributions as book chapters, journal articles, professional publications and conference and professional development presentations. His blog, Australian Emergency Law, is widely read and respected throughout the sector. He has been a principal researcher on projects on law and governance funded by the Bushfire, and then the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRCs.

Michael has been an invited expert on disaster law at events hosted by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Kuala Lumpur and Geneva and an invited guest of the International Disaster Law project hosted by Roma Tre University and the University of Bologna in Italy.

Conference Program

Program details coming soon

Program details coming soon