2020 Annual Conference
Northeast Section (ASEE-NE)
University of Bridgeport, April 16th – 18th, 2020
The Path to Impactful Innovation in 21st Century Engineering Education
About the Conference
The American Society for Engineering Education Northeast Section (ASEE-NE) invites papers, presentations, and posters for our annual conference hosted at the University of Bridgeport from April 16th through 18th, 2020. The conference theme of ‘The Path to Impactful Innovation in 21st Century Engineering Education’ focuses on trends and changing landscape of engineering education.
- Advances in Engineering and Research
- Best Practices in Online Engineering Education
- Engineering Education and Accreditation
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Engineering Education
- Engineering Ethics
- Lab-based instruction and learning
- Applied research and technology innovation
Authors are invited to submit full-length papers describing significant and innovative research contributions in the field of engineering and education. Accepted and presented papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore®. Full details of submission procedures and requirements for authors of accepted papers are available at http://www.ubconferences.org.
The Student Posters
Competition provides an excellent forum for students to present their work in an informal and interactive setting. Each poster will be judged based on technical rigor, poster format, and the student’s ability to convey the poster content to the judges through an oral presentation. Monetary awards will be given for the top three graduate/undergraduate posters as well as the top three K-12 posters.
The Conference exhibit area will provide your company or organization with the opportunity to inform and display your latest products, services, equipment, books, journals, and publications to attendees from around the world. For further information, contact Nasir Sheik, email@example.com.
In addition to peer-reviewed presentations, ASEE-NE 2020 welcomes presentations from diverse sources including industry, academia, and K-12 educators. Lightning talks typically present work in progress, discuss new ideas and help establish opportunities for collaborative work.
Interested speakers are encouraged to submit proposals to the Workshop Chair Dr. Prabir Patra (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.