2024 ASEE Annual Conf. Call for Abstracts – Opens October ’23

Dear ARCHE division members,

My name is Eugene Kwak and I am the new program chair for the Architectural Engineering (ARCHE) division.
I am pleased to serve on this division and I look forward to working with you.
I would like to announce that the abstracts are set to open on Sunday, October 1, 2023, with the following timeline.
Please find the attached call for papers and consider submitting an abstract for the conference in Portland, Oregon.

• Abstract submission window opens Sunday, 1st of October, 2023
• Abstract due: Wednesday, 1st of November, 2023
• Draft Paper due: Thursday, 1st of February, 2024
• Revised Paper due: Friday, 8th of March, 2024
• Finalized Paper due: Wednesday, 1st of May, 2024

Please note that ASEE specifically asked the program chair to share, there will be no extended deadlines this year. Please plan accordingly.
If you have been a reviewer in the past, you should have received an invitation to review email.
I would very much appreciate it if you could serve as a reviewer.
If you did not receive an invitation, please let me know if you are available to review.
If you are an author, you are expected to serve as a reviewer.

Thank you for your considerations.

Eugene Kwak, AIA, LEED AP, CPHD
Assistant Professor
Architecture and Construction Management
T. 631-794-6526

2350 Broadhollow Road
Farmingdale, NY 11735


Colleagues –

The Architectural Engineering (ARCHE) Division seeks presentations and invites submissions of abstracts for the 2024 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition in Portland, Oregon, June 23-26, 2024.

• Abstract submission window opens Sunday, 1st of October, 2023
• Abstract due: Wednesday, 1st of November, 2023
• Draft Paper due: Thursday, 1st of February, 2024
• Revised Paper due: Friday, 8th of March, 2024
• Finalized Paper due: Wednesday, 1st of May, 2024
ASEE will NOT extend the deadline this year. Please plan accordingly.

Abstracts from academia and industry related to the teaching of architectural engineering, engineering technology and building science are highly encouraged. The Architectural Engineering Division encompasses Construction, MEP, and Structural disciplines. The ARCHE Division of ASEE has a Publish-to-Present requirement, and both abstract and paper submissions are subject to a blind peer review process. Papers without a clear link to education and academics will not be accepted.
While papers submitted are often descriptive, we value research based on quantitative/qualitative
methodologies related to architectural/engineering education. Topics that emphasize diversity
and inclusiveness in architecture/architectural engineering education are highly encouraged.
There is an option to submit papers describing ‘work in progress’ – these are research/design
projects not yet complete in their data and conclusions while substantive in content. If submitting
a paper of this nature, it must be noted in the title and/or abstract as a ‘work in progress’ to be
considered for this category. These papers may be accepted for posters based on a number of
accepted papers.

Topics of interest might include, but are not limited to, the following themes:
• Diversity in the Architectural Engineering Professions
• Attrition and Recruitment of Architectural Engineering Students
• Engineering Education in Construction, MEP/HVAC, and Structures
• Sustainability and/or Integrating LEED content/certification into learning outcomes
• Interiors in Architecture and Architectural Engineering coursework
• Envelope in Architecture and Architectural Engineering coursework
• Building Decarbonization & Resiliency in Architecture and Architectural Engineering coursework
• Instructional Strategies for B.I.M., Digital Design, Design Visualization & AI in AEC
• Assessment of architectural/engineering courses, programs, and instructional methods
• Innovative new courses or teaching methods
• Cooperative efforts between education and industry
• Integrating research and design
• Co-ops and Internships
• Capstone Design Projects
• Integrated, High-Performing Project Design, Deliver and Team Leadership
• Architectural Engineering Program Curriculum Design, Growth & Sustainability

Please submit a blinded 200 – 400 word abstract electronically through the ASEE Conferences
website for review. Provide a clear statement of the paper objective, the topical area, relevance to
the Architectural Engineering educational community, and a demonstration of how the proposed
paper adds to the knowledge base. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to prepare a full
paper for blind peer review and publication in the conference proceedings. Papers must
demonstrate an appropriate level of scholarship and should incorporate solid research
methodologies. White papers or papers to sell products are typically not accepted.

** All corresponding authors will be asked to serve as reviewers. Please update your reviewer
status when you submit a paper.**

Paper presentations will be assigned to either poster, panel, or presentation sessions at the discretion of the Program Chair. For more information, please contact the Program Chair: Eugene Kwak (kwake@farmingdale.edu)

Submit abstracts to the ASEE Conference website and specify ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING DIVISION. Submissions must be completed electronically, and due dates and times are indicated on the ASEE website (https://www.asee.org/events/Conferences-and-Meetings).