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2021 Virtual Conference

7th, 8th, 9th and 10th November

We are excited to be bringing you a virtual conference with a focus on interaction, networking, communication and sharing. This is made possible by ICC Sydney and their professional virtual conference platform.

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7th – 10th November


With the Delta outbreak, our committee watched case numbers and hoped that NSW would eliminate this outbreak. While the trend is finally heading in the right direction, we have a situation where COVID-19 will be circulating in the community at the time of our November conference. The complexity this introduces into our everyday lives is such that many of us cannot attend in person. Border closures, potential impacts on our team at work, and the risk that COVID-19 poses on our home lives all mean that attendance in-person in Sydney may not be possible for us. With this in mind, the committee has decided to hold the ACS 2021 Conference as a fully virtual event.

Photos courtesy of International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney)


Virtual Conference

Standard Virtual

Early Bird Registration:
Ends 20th September


Standard Registration:



Student Virtual

Early Bird Registration:
Ends 20th September


Virtual Registration:



Optional Extras




– Admission to the full 3 day conference as a virtual attendee via ICC Connect
– Scheduled virtual breakout sessions
*Workshops are NOT included in virtual conference registration


We invite the submission of abstracts for this conference. Abstracts will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Abstract Submission Closed

Experience and Connect

Our virtual platform has been selected for its fantastic user experience. We will connect you with others in live video conversations, personal networking chats and live Q&A.


Australasian Cytometry Society

The Australasian Cytometry Society began in May 1979 as a group of seven people in Sydney who shared an interest in microfluorimetry. The following year the group broadened its scope to become the “flow cytometry organisation” and held a larger meeting in Adelaide. In 1984 (again at a meeting in Adelaide), the group adopted the prefix “Australasian” to reflect the equal participation of both Australian and New Zealander delegates. The group incorporated in 1992 under the name “Australasian Flow Cytometry Group” (AFCG) as a scientific and educational organisation whose purpose is to promote research, development and applications in, and to disseminate knowledge of, flow cytometry – a mission it still maintains today.

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