Online Conference Paper Management System
- I used the web based abstract submission form for the acoustics conference.
I found it: Clear; Easy to use; Fast; No nonsense; I liked the way the windows can be enlarged so you can see what you have entered; I also liked the feedback you get when you have completed the submission; Inspired confidence in the conference organizers.
Errol Tout, Curtin University (AAS2012 - Acoustics 2012 Fremantle: Acoustics, Development and the Environment)
- OCPMS is a great system and a tremendous boon to those running the technical side of conferences - greatly simplifies abstract and paper review and moderation of such reviews, paper upload and retrieval.
Ian Hillock (Acoustics 2011: Breaking New Ground - The 2011 Conference of the Australian Acoustical Society - Technical Review Committee Chairman )
- The OCPMS conference system is a good system. It's easy to be used and very user friendly. Wish I will have opportunity to use it again...
Hang-cheong Wong, University of Macau (Acoustics 2011: Breaking New Ground - The 2011 Conference of the Australian Acoustical Society)
- Many thanks for the use of the system and for answering questions and passing on queries that came through. Delegates enjoyed using the system and it enabled us to keep a good track of their submissions. It certainly helped to make the conference a success.
Dr Antony Moulis, Director of Research, School of Architecture, University of Queensland(SAHANZ2011: 28th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), Brisbane 2011)
- For our conference (ANZAScA 2009), the time and hassle saved by using OCPMS was definitely worth the cost. I have recommended it to next year’s crew.
Sabrina Sequeira, University of Tasmania (ANZAScA 2009: 43rd Annual Architectural Science Association - Editor)
- I do believe this is an excellent system for managing the conference papers. It makes the submission and review of the paper much easier.
Dr Jingnan Guo, Department of Environment and Conservation (Acoustics 2009: Research to Consulting)
- I deal with these systems all over the world, all of the time. Yours seems to be a nice-and-simple, no-frills system that does the job. I can't suggest any improvements.
Associate Professor Richard de Dear, Director of Research Training - The University of Sydney (Acoustics 2009: Research to Consulting)
- I have used the system for two conferences this year - for submitting abstracts and papers. I have found it easy to use and check.
Sue Wake, Unitec New Zealand (Acoustics 2009: Research to Consulting)
- The system is really good for ensuring that refereeing remains blind and for not losing track of any abstracts or papers.
Julia Gatley SAHANZ2009: Cultural Crossroads: The 26th Annual SAHANZ Conference)
- I found the 'Online Conference Paper Management System' easy to use and very quick and convenient. From my point of view, I can't see that anything needs improving. Many thanks for your work.
Ken Scannell, Noise and Sound Services (AAS2008 Acoustics and Sustainability: Australian Acoustics Society National Conference Geelong, Victoria, Australia)
- I find the online systems works very well. Importantly it is updated regularly throughout the submission and proofing time so that as one finds an error, typo, layout or spelling, one can upload the corrected file at a time that is convenient away from the pressures of work. I can't suggest any further improvements at present as it has satisfied all my expectations fully.
Ken Stewart, Acoustics Laboratory, University of Sydney
- I didn't have any problems using the site: it worked well for me and I would recommend its use for the Adelaide and Sydney conferences (assuming you haven't already been approached!)
Luke Zoontjens, NORMAN DISNEY & YOUNG
- ... One complaint. Once I worked out how to double click it was too easy.
Paper reviewer Norbert Gabriels, Gabriels Environmental Design Pty. Ltd. (AAS2008 Acoustics and Sustainability: Australian Acoustics Society National Conference Geelong, Victoria, Australia)
- In general we found OCPMS a very useful system. It made managing the conference and its many mass correspondences much easier. We'll recommend that SAHANZ 2009 uses OCPMS.
David Beynon (SAHANZ2008 History in Practice: The 25th International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), Geelong 2008
- We often remark on how much easier you made our life.
Stuart Camp - Marshall Day Acoustics, New Zealand: Organising Committee (AASNZ2006 Noise of Progress Conference)
- I found CPMS worked very well, and was a huge improvement over other systems I've dealt with.
Christopher McDonald - Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (SAHANZ2006 Contested Terrains)
- I found that the Conference Management System worked very well. I didn't have any problems uploading my paper at any stage ... nor did I have any problems downloading referee reports, or submitting my own referee report. I accessed, uploaded and downloaded from both a PC and a Mac system and both worked fine.
Penny O'Connor - Heritage Council of Western Australia (SAHANZ2006 Contested Terrains)
- ... I think you have developed a fantastic product and should look at ways of getting it out to more users.
Romesh Goonewardene - University of Western Australia: Organising Committee (SAHANZ2006 Contested Terrains)
- ... I believe the system is a success. It is quite user-friendly and very easy to get info and trace what the progress is at any stage. It makes the submission and review of papers much easier and convenient.
Dr. Jingnan Guo - Western Australian Department of Environment and Conservation (AAS2005 Acoustics 2005: Acoustics in a Changing Environment)
- ... my brief comment as an author and reviewer is that it all worked quite smoothly. Better in fact than any other conference I have dealt with.
John Bassett - University of New South Wales, Australia (AAS2005 Acoustics 2005: Acoustics in a Changing Environment)
- I think the idea was clearly thought out and effective, and made submitting and reviewing papers very straightforward.
David Warrington - Noise & Vibration Measurement Systems Pty Ltd Western Australia (AAS2005 Acoustics 2005: Acoustics in a Changing Environment)
- I thought the 'Conference Paper Management System' was fantastic. ... I'd imagine it made your job (and that of the organising committee) vastly easier than any 'old fashioned' way. So, as a member of the organising committee for ICA2010 in Sydney, I would be delighted to see the system refined and used again!
David Anderson - RailCorp NSW Australia (AAS2005 Acoustics 2005: Acoustics in a Changing Environment)
Online Conference Paper Management System
April 6, 2020, 7:43 am (UTC+8 hours)