Call for Papers
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The Technical Program Committee invites present-to-publish papers, presentations only, or student posters, for the 2018 International Annual Conference (IAC) of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM). The ASEM International Annual Conference is a peer-reviewed conference. Membership in ASEM is not mandatory, and nonmembers are cordially invited to submit contributions. Abstracts are published in the conference book; papers are published on the conference CD and are indexed in ProQuest; presentations and posters are not published. Papers, presentations and student posters are requested in traditional and emerging areas of engineering management, including:
INDUSTRY TRACK:A special industry track invites submission of applied papers, or optionally presentations only, on engineering management topics directly relevant to industry. Interested speakers may submit an abstract, and either a paper or one-page description of the planned presentation. Presentation time is 30 minutes each.
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