Key Dates

Aug 27 – Sept 1, 2023 Conference Duration 
February 2023 Abstracts Submissions Open
TBA Registrations open
TBA Earlybird registration closes
August 27th 2023 Registration and Welcome Reception, 4pm
August 28th 2023 Conference begins

Speakers Include

Moumita Majumdar
Thomas Müller
Terrance Hadlington
Andre Schäfer
Anne Staubitz
Norihiro Tokitoh
Frank Uhlig
Cameron Jones
Jamie Hicks
Kim Baines
Sakya Sen
Shigeyoshi Inoue

Local Organising Committee

  • Robin Fulton,
    Victoria University of Wellington, Chair
  • Mat Anker,
    Victoria University of Wellington, Treasurer
  • Jamie Hicks,
    Australian National University
  • Cameron Jones,
    Monash University

Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington Ruthorford House

Victoria University of Wellington (Māori name, Te Herenga Waka, ‘The Mooring Place of Canoes’) was founded in 1897 and is located within New Zealand’s capital city. The University has three main campuses in Wellington and a satellite campus in Auckland, and it hosts over 21,000 students. The university has extensive programmes in teaching and research and maintains strong linkages to local artistic and music industries.

Victoria University of Wellington is internationally recognised for its world-leading programmes in the Humanities and Performing Arts. The University also maintains numerous international partnerships across the Asia Pacific region. As a large, research-leading university and having hosted numerous large international conferences, Victoria University of Wellington is well placed to host the ICCOC-GTL17 in partnership with Wellington city organizations.

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Stay in the heart of the city

Wellington is an incredibly compact city so no matter where you choose to stay, you’ll find that nothing is too far away, but these hotels will put you right in the heart of inner-city Wellington close to venues and dining experiences.

Whether you’re after hotel accommodation with a harbour view, a cheap and cheerful backpackers in the CBD, or simply a sweet deal, you’ll feel at home in Wellington.


Anti-Harassment Policy

ICCOC-GTL17 is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Our anti-harassment policy will be posted here.

Previous Meetings

ICCOC-GTL-1 1974 Marseille (France) Jean Claude Maire
ICCOC-GTL-2 1977 Nottingham (UK) Frank Glockling
ICCOC-GTL-3 1980 Dortmund (Germany) Wilhelm P. Neumann
ICCOC-GTL-4 1983 Montreal (Canada) Mario Onyszchuk
ICCOC-GTL-5 1986 Padova (Italy) Giuseppe Tagliavani
ICCOC-GTL-6 1989 Brussels (Belgium) Marcel Gielen
ICCOC-GTL-7 1992 Riga (Latvia) Edmunds Lukevics
ICCOC-GTL-8 1995 Sendai (Japan) Hideki Sakurai
ICCOC-GTL-9 1998 Melbourne (Australia) Dainis Dakternieks
ICCOC-GTL-10 2001 Bordeaux (France) Bernard Jousseaume
ICCOC-GTL-11 2004 Santa Fe (USA) Keith Pannell
ICCOC-GTL-12 2007 Galway (Ireland) Patrick McArdle
ICCOC-GTL-13 2010 Graz (Austria) Frank Uhlig
ICCOC-GTL-14 2013 Baddeck (Canada) Kim Baines
ICCOC-GTL-15 2016 Pardubice (Czech) Aleš Růžička
ICCOC-GTL-16 2019 Saitama (Japan) Masaichi Saito


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