Call For Papers

Delivering Student-Centered Engineering Education

The ASEE-SE Conference is open to everyone interested in improving the Engineering Education Experience. Participants will include faculty, students, department chairpersons, college deans, and industry leaders in engineering and engineering technology. The conference is an excellent opportunity to interact and reflect with colleagues over a plethora of engineering education issues and topics, as well as chart new directions and collaborations.

Call for Full-length Papers

Authors are invited to submit full-length manuscripts for presentation at the conference and inclusion in its proceedings.  Papers addressing the conference theme will have first priority and may include topics related to the following:

  • Innovative Curricula or Courses
  • First Year Engineering Programs
  • Cross-Discipline Practices
  • Online, Distance, and Blended Approaches
  • Effective Learning Technologies
  • Technologies for Efficient Learning
  • K-12 Outreach Programs
  • Learning Communities
  • Experiential Learning
  • ABET Accreditation Projects
  • Recruitment and Retention
  • Industry Partnerships
  • Engineering Common Cores
  • Teaching/Learning Practices
  • Capstone Design Courses or Projects
  • Ethics and Professional Development

Authors may also address other topics of interest to the engineering education community.

Full-length papers (6 pages, excluding references and bios) and Works in Progress papers (3 pages, excluding references and bios) will be accepted based on double-blinded peer reviews of complete manuscripts. Guidelines for manuscript preparation are available via the “Author Information & Instructions” link at http://www.asee-se.org, under the “Conference” menu. Ready to submit? Go to  https://papers.asee-se.org/openconf/author/submit.php

Authors are expected to present their papers at the conference to facilitate the transfer of knowledge through discussion and debate. All accepted papers presented by a timely registered author will be included in the conference proceedings. An author/co-author can be associated with as many papers as is appropriate, but a registrant can serve as the presenter of record on a maximum of three papers.

An undergraduate student poster competition event for lower- and upper-division design and for undergraduate research is also planned, as well as pre-conference workshops.

Schedule for Submission of Full-length Papers

Friday, September 13 20 , 2019 Abstracts submitted by authors for consideration
Friday, September 27, 2019 Authors notified regarding acceptance
Friday, November   8   15 , 2019 Draft manuscripts due from authors for review
Friday, December 6 2019 Reviewed manuscripts returned to authors
Friday, January 10, 2020 Final manuscripts due from authors
Friday, January 17, 2020 Notification of final paper acceptance
Friday, January 24, 2020 Deadline for presenters to register for conference

Contacts

David Calamas, Technical Program Chair, (912) 478-5751, dcalamas@georgiasouthern.edu

John Y. Hung, Conference Site Coordinator, (334) 844-1813, hungjoh@auburn.edu


Last Updated: 12/4/19 9:37 PM