ASEE-SE Undergraduate Students Poster Competition

ASEE-SE Annual Meeting welcomes undergraduate students' posters related to their engineering experiences, including but not limited to education. Poster topics related to technical design and/or engineering research activities are strongly encouraged.

The undergraduate students poster session is a competition. The chair of the ASEE-SE Research Division organizes the competition and judging. Award certificates are given out in three categories: (1) Individual, (2) Freshman/Sophomore Design Team, and (3) Junior/Senior Design Team. The students poster competition is restricted to undergraduate students as presenters.

Students must first submit an extended abstract for review. If the abstract is accepted, then a complete poster is submitted for final review. Abstracts and posters are submitted online through the ASEE-SE paper management system OpenConf. Key dates for the student posters are listed below.

Schedule for Undergraduate Students Poster Competition
Friday, 17 January 2020 Submission deadline for extended abstracts (300-400 words)
Friday, 31 January 2020 Notification of abstract decisions
Friday, 14 February 2020 Undergraduate student posters uploaded for final review
Friday, 21 February 2020 Notification of final poster acceptance
Friday, 28 February 2020 Registration deadline for undergraduate students
Monday, 9 March 2020 Poster session on Monday morning

 

Extended abstracts should be 300-400 words. Files must be limited to 2 MB, and should submitted in PDF format at the ASEE-SE paper management system.

Submission System help

In the "General Information" section, please select "Undergraduate Student Poster (for competition)". Names, affiliations, and email addresses for authors should be entered in the "Author(s)" section. In the "Topic Areas" section, please select "Undergraduate Student Poster Session". In the "Abstract" section, simply upload the abstract file in PDF form. There is also a section for optional "Comments." Click on the "Make Submission" button at the bottom of the page.

Additional information about the undergraduate student posters, including templates and judging rubrics may be found at the ASEE-SE website for student posters.

Additional questions? Email either the ASEE-SE Research Division chair Natalia Cardelino Cardelino_nh@mercer.edu, or the 2020 meeting local coordinator, John Hung, hungjoh@auburn.edu.


Last Updated: 9/17/19 9:02 AM