The Technical Program Committee invites present-to-publish papers, presentations only, or student posters, for the 2017 International Annual Conference (IAC) of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM). The ASEM International Annual Conference is a peer-reviewed conference. Membership in ASEM is not mandatory, and nonmembers are cordially invited to submit contributions. Abstracts are published in the conference book; papers are published on the conference CD and are indexed in ProQuest; presentations and posters are not published. Papers, presentations and student posters are requested in traditional and emerging areas of engineering management, including:
The industry track invites submission of applied papers, or optionally presentations only, on engineering management topics directly relevant to industry. Interested speakers may submit an abstract, and either a paper or one-page description of the planned presentation. Presentation time is 30 minutes each.
TUTORIALS, WORKSHOPS, PANELS, ROUNDTABLES, AND SPECIAL SESSIONS:
Individuals interested in conducting a tutorial, workshop, panel, or roundtable session are invited to submit a summary of two to three pages describing the proposed topic and title, as well as a description of the areas to be covered.
ASEM 2017 IAC IMPORTANT DATES:
15 February, 2017 Tutorials, Workshops, Panels, Roundtables and Special Sessions proposal submission
29 February, 2017 Abstract submissions (up to 250 words) for full paper, presentation only, or student poster
21 March, 2017 Abstract acceptance notification
16 May, 2017 Deadline for submission of draft papers
27 June, 2017 Draft paper acceptance notification
18 July, 2017 Final paper submissions
1 August, 2017 Final paper acceptance notification
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