|2019 Call for Proposals|
Call For Proposals
2019 ATMAE Annual Conference
Fueling the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Industry 4.0
Charlotte, North Carolina
November 6 - 8
Proposal Submissions closed on Monday, April 15, 2019
Presenters were notified of acceptance on June 3, 2019.
The Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering invites members to submit proposals for the ATMAE Annual Conference scheduled November 6-8, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Please be sure to read through the instructions below before submitting your proposal. All abstract proposals may be submitted starting February 4, 2019 through Catalyst, ATMAE’s online abstract submission and peer review system. Proposals will not be accepted in any other manner or after the submission deadline of April 15, 2019.
Abstract proposals are selected for poster or oral presentation through a double-blind peer-review process by a review committee consisting of the Division and/or Focus Group leadership. The Authors’ identities will not be known to the Reviewers, and the Reviewers will withhold their identity from the paper’s Author.
There is a three-presentation limit for those listed as the primary presenter. Only abstracts accepted for oral presentation may submit a full conference paper for publishing in ATMAE’s Annual Conference proceedings. Click here: ATMAE’s Paper Submission Guidelines to review full conference paper policies
Proposal Submission Guidelines:
Presentations proposals will be reviewed for acceptance based on the following criteria:
Relevance of the proposed presentation topic to the broad range of division/focus group interests represented by the ATMAE membership and the technology, and applied engineering community generally. The division or focus group leaders will review abstracts. In assessing relevance, the review committee may consider usefulness of the presentation to colleagues or students, as well as the pertinence of the proposal to the AMTAE conference’s theme.
Presentation and poster proposals may result from diverse sources:
Programming tracks are Administration, Construction, Distance Learning, Electricity, Electronics, Computer Technology & Energy Issues (EECT), Graphics, Management, Manufacturing, Micro/Nanotechnology Focus Group, Safety, Teaching Innovations, Women in Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (WITMAE).
Expected quality of the presentation, based on stated claims in the proposal, e.g., novel technical concept, or novel application of current technology, or problems in technology, management, and applied engineering, or novel introduction of advanced technical content into undergraduate, graduate or continuing education.
Well-written proposal in terms of language, grammar, and formatting. The abstract limit is a minimum of 200 to a maximum of 300 words, and may include up to 10 keywords, or phrases that closely reflect the content of the presentation.
Interested members should review the Past Conference Proceedings to view topics and authors from previous conferences.
For more information click here: ATMAE’s Presentation Proposal Criteria and Deadlines