The ECE Division actively participates in the ASEE Annual Conference with a call for abstracts and manuscripts for technical and poster sessions, workshops and panels.
2019 ASEE Annual Conference in Tampa, Florida
June 15-19, 2019
ECE Division Future Call for Papers
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Division (ECE) invites the submission of both full papers and Work-in-Progress papers for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. Acceptable topics include ECE educational research, classroom practice, innovative curriculum design and laboratory development, or any other appropriate ECE related engineering education topic. We encourage you to share your experiences and ideas in such related topics including, but not limited to:
- New teaching and learning strategies;
- Issues related to nontraditional and underrepresented student populations;
- Equity, diversity and inclusion awareness in the classroom and in classroom techniques;
- Course and curriculum assessment and improvement;
- Laboratory development and innovation;
- Creative uses of technology in the classroom;
- Capstone/senior design and project-based curriculum;
- Undergraduate research and the integration of research and education;
- Novel approaches and methods for addressing ABET accreditation criteria;
- Teaching ECE topics to non-engineers and P12 students;
- Globalization of engineering education;
- Service learning projects; and
- Student recruitment, outreach, and retention.
Abstracts must contain a clear description of the objectives and motivation for the contribution to ECE education, relevant background including literature search examples if appropriate, a description of any assessment methods used to evaluate the effectiveness of the contribution, and a statement of results. Abstracts for works-in-progress (WIP) papers will be accepted for presentation in either the poster session or the post-card session. The postcard session contains the best eight WIP submissions and consists of eight short presentations. Each presenter pitch his/her research/project with a two-slide (postcard front and back) in five minutes followed by fifty minutes of open discussion. During this period, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in extended conversations with the authors and their postcards while authors receive constructive feedback about their ongoing research from interested attendees. WIP submissions must include WIP in the title. All accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings.
ECE Division Future Workshops and Special Sessions
The ECE Division also invites proposals for workshops and special sessions.
- Tutorial Workshops – Presenters are encouraged to supplement workshop fees with grants and subsidies. The Program Chair reserves the right to cancel any accepted workshop that is likely to incur financial losses.
- Special Sessions – non-traditional format sessions such as panel discussions.
Future Annual Conferences
2020 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
June 21-24, 2020
2021 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
Long Beach, California
June 27-30, 2021
2022 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
June 26-29, 2022
2023 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
June 25-28, 2023