|Student Poster Competition|
Call for Entries
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Technology, Technology Management, Applied Engineering and other technology program students (undergraduate through doctoral level) are invited to submit a synopsis of on-going research and/or results of your research, case studies, or surveys for the 2019 ATMAE Student Poster Competition. A maximum of three presenters may be listed on each proposal.
Abstracts will be accepted under the following topics:
Distance Learning: Proposals on the following subtopics are particularly encouraged: Best practices in online teaching; strategies for developing online, hybrid and blended delivery formats; Technologies and innovations in distance education; Pedagogical aspects of online instruction; Instructor/student interaction in online classes; Online and distance advising; Workload of online instructors vs. F2F; Professional development in distance education; Assessment and Evaluation methods for distance courses and programs; Proctoring strategies; Managing growth in distance education; Training & support for distance instructors; Support for distance students; Budget and cost-benefit of distance education; Marketing distance courses and programs; Distance learning ethics and copyright; organizational issues in distance education; electronic portfolio in online courses; and learning management systems (LMS) features.
Electricity, Electronics, Computer Technology & Energy Issues: All subtopics within the EECT area are welcome. Proposals on the following subtopics are encouraged: Automation and Control Systems; Computer Applications and Networking; Cyber Security; Health Informatics, Electronic Military and Security Applications; Data Mining and Machine Learning; Robotics and Computer Vision; Simulation and Game Development; Databases and Data Warehouses; Bioinformatics, Software Technology, Optics and Optoelectronics; Embedded Systems, Sensor Networks, Devices and Semiconductors; Electromagnetics and Microwaves; Instrumentation & Measurements; Signal and Image Processing; Cloud Computing, Power Technology and Electronics; Alternative Energies, Technologies, and Energy Conservation.
Manufacturing: This topic includes all manufacturing-based subject matter and technologies. Proposals addressing the topic of Global Manufacturing/US competitiveness, Manufacturing Processes, Manufacturing Systems, Automation and Robotics, Industrial Mechanics, Welding Technology, Agile Manufacturing, Microtechnology and Nanotechnology Issues.
Safety: All topics within the broad field of occupational safety and health are welcome. Proposals focusing on the following topics and research are especially encouraged: Worker safety in diverse fields; Hazard identification, analysis, and communication; Innovative safety intervention in the classroom or workplace; Workplace security and violence prevention programs; Nanotechnology and microtechnology safety issues.
Research should include data collection and analysis, case studies should be in-depth reports of cases, and survey posters should include a broad picture of the research subject. Theoretical research will be accepted on an individual basis. Proposal stage research is not enough for this competition. Students must be currently enrolled in a program and not yet graduated at the time of the competition.
ATMAE leaders will review and select the top Ten (10) abstract submissions for the poster presentation competition session held at the 2019.
Finalists selected to present their poster are required to be active ATMAE members and must attend the 2019 ATMAE Conference to answer questions to the judges. Winners are divided into 2 categories: undergraduate and graduate levels. Each winner will receive a certificate and the following ATMAE Divisions will offer prizes for the best student poster presentation:
Part 1: Synopsis/abstract submission
Content (required sections)
The Synopsis Should
Please submit one-page synopsis/abstract to Karen Miles, ATMAE Director of Programs, email: email@example.com, by September 15, 2019, adding “ATMAE – Student Poster” on the subject line.
Part 2: The Poster Competition at the 2019 ATMAE Conference in Charlotte, N.C.
Presentation, Thursday November 7:
Based on the merits of the submitted abstract, students will be selected to create and present the poster. Student (s) will be at their poster and prepare to answer questions to the judges.
Create your poster using Microsoft PowerPoint, using a single slide, poster size: 1 panel of 36 x 48 inches. Bring your poster to the presentation room, there is NO need to mount on a tri-fold poster board.
Suggestion - poster should include:
Free PowerPoint poster templates can be downloaded from the website https://www.posterpresentations.com/html/free_poster_templates.html
Poster presentation competition is sponsored by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering. Please contact: Dr. Suhansa (Sue) Rodchua, School of Technology, University of Central Missouri, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.