Call for Papers
Please submit all abstracts and conference papers in Microsoft Word (PC) format by e-mail.
Abstracts Due: February 10, 2006
Papers Due: March 10, 2006
- B.A. in Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Engineering Technology/ Community Colleges
- Industrial and Automation Manufacturing
- Innovations In Engineering Education
- K-12 Education (Engineering Curriculum Integration)
- Mechanical Engineering
- Seeking NSF Career Awards Workshop
- Underrepresented Groups In Engineering
Peer Review Process
The preliminary selection will be made on the basis of the submitted one page abstract. Each selected paper will be reviewed.
Abstract & Paper Format
You are invited to submit a one page abstract for presentation. While the topic and scope of papers will vary, authors are strongly encouraged to follow these guidelines for consistency. These are provided to help authors prepare their manuscript for the conference proceedings.
- Abstracts and final papers are to be in Microsoft Word (PC) format
- Page format: 1 inch margin on all sides
- Text: Times New Roman, left justified, 12 pt (unless otherwise specified)
- Title of Paper: 14 pt bold, centered
- Author name(s) and Affiliation(s): bold, centered
- Session topic: italic, centered
- Abstract: 0.5 inch indention of both left and right margin (from main text margins) at beginning of main text (not separate page)
- Organization of main text: Main section and subheadings are separated from paragraphs by double space (triple space to immediately proceed main section heading) and are all left justified in single column format
- Headings: Not required, however if used should be bold, left justified
- Footer: Page numbers should be 10 pt right justified. The following footer (10 pt, italic, centered) should also be used on every page of your paper:
Proceedings of the ASEE New England Section 2006 Annual Conference. Copyright © 2006
- Tables and Figures: Should be located within the text in a convenient location relative to discussion about them. Tables should be numbered with a title appearing above the table. Figures should also be numbered with a caption appearing below the figure.
- References: Should be numbered within brackets, i.e.,  in the order by which they are cited within the text. The reference section should appear immediately following the main body of the text.
- Author(s) biography: The last section of the paper should contain a brief biographical statement about the author(s) with contact information (address, phone, e-mail) for at least the lead author.
Proceedings will be edited for consistency and arranged on CD.Maintained by email@example.com
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