The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering is ATMAE's on-line peer-refereed scholarly journal. It was previously published as the Journal of Industrial Technology from 1984 through 2011. The JTMAE publishes peer-refereed scholarly articles involving research and applications, along with non-refereed informational articles. Our audience is Technology, Technology Management, and Applied Engineering faculty, students and professionals in both industry and academia. The JTMAE continually posts new articles in an annual volume, with 4 issues in each volume, posted in January, April, July and October.
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Dr. Aaron Sauer, Dr. Richard J. Gebken, and Dr. Richard N. Callahan
Dr. Julie Zhang, Dr. Daniel Bumblauskas, Mr. Chad Jiaxu Chu and Dr. Ali Kashef
All of the white papers submitted for review address key challenges that academia and industry face regarding 21st century workforce development. These valued documents serve to inform and engage our membership and industry.
Dr. W. Tad Foster and Dr. Mehran Shahhosseini
Employing Industrial Partnerships to Increase Preparation of Students through Undergraduate Research
Dr. Isaac Slaven and Dr. Austin Cheney
Mr. Paul McPherson
JTMAE Board and Editorial Panel
Pursuant to the JTMAE Bylaws, the ATMAE Executive Board appoints the Chair of the JTMAE Board. The JTMAE Chief Editor, At-Large Members, and Editorial Panel are selected by the existing JTMAE Board Members.Learn More
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The ATMAE Conference Proceedings is the result of the work of many authors in technology, technology management, and applied engineering degree programs throughout the United States who gather to share their work at the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering Annual Conference.See All Proceedings
Best Conference Proceedings Papers
The Board established the Best Conference Paper award in 2006 to honor the authors of the Best Conference Proceedings Paper of the Annual Conference. Over 250 presentation proposals are submitted each year, and between 63% and 75% are accepted. From those presentation proposals that are accepted, about 1/3 are submitted as full papers each year. A maximum of 50% of paper submissions may be accepted. From the accepted papers, the peer-review team of Board members selects one paper and its authors for recognition through this highly competitive award.See Best Paper Awardees