ARES meetings are renowned for their diverse offerings of interesting papers and panels and the Big Island of Hawaii meeting will be an exceptional intellectual experience. Academic and professional thought leaders from throughout the world will gather to present cutting edge research as well as to discuss timely current real estate issues in one of the most beautiful meeting locations in the world. Be a part of this memorable event.
Large contingents of participants are expected from throughout the Pacific Rim as well as from Europe and North America. ARES is actively engaged with our sister IRES societies to develop a very broad lineup of papers and panels. This meeting will be incredibly comprehensive in its research paper and panel offerings and will provide you with the opportunity to interact with scholars and professionals from all across the globe. ARES‘ mission is to offer a supportive atmosphere for researchers. This promises to be the most unique ARES Meeting ever.
Our meeting venue is the newly renovated, deluxe, ocean-front Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, Kohala Coast, Island of Hawaii. It was recently ranked the tenth best luxury resort in the USA. It features lovely rooms, most with ocean views, interesting fresh cuisine, highly ranked golf courses and a local staff filled with the spirit of Aloha. You can swim with sea turtles in front of the hotel. Great snorkeling amongst colorful coral and tropical fish is a ten minute walk from the meeting rooms, and you‘ll see Haleakala on Maui from the beach. ARES social events will be at spectacular beach front sites.
You will be 20 minutes by helicopter (www.bluehawaiian.com) from the very active Kilauea Volcano. You can drive to the top of 13,803‘ Mauna Kea, the tallest mountain in the world when measured from the ocean floor, for the most memorable sunset or sunrise of your life. Hawaii Forest and Trail (www.hawaii-forest.com) has numerous adventures available throughout the Big Island for you at special ARES rates. The total package of unparalleled professional opportunities and interaction coupled with unique world class scenery makes ARES, 2013 the academic meeting that you must attend!
Program Chair, Michael J. Seiler welcomes your ideas regarding panel sessions as well as other meeting related items now. He will be accepting completed papers and abstracts after September 1, 2012. Please contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org