ASEE Engineering Design Graphics Division:
73rd Midyear Conference
Call for Papers (PDF)
Program Information – Conference Agenda to be posted
Lodging and Campus Map (PDF)
Location – University of California, Berkeley
Program Co-Chairs – Daniel Kelly and Thomas Delahunty
Site Chair – Dennis K. Lieu
Two grants are available to participants – please note that applications are due by August 31st.
Rising Educator Award (PDF)
Outstanding Educator Award (PDF)
Authors are invited to submit a 1200 – 1500 word digest for presentation at one of the conference oral sessions or the media showcase interactive session. Note that a digest is not merely an extended abstract, but rather a condensed summary of the work performed, including as much data and as many results and conclusions as possible.
Digests are peer-reviewed. Authors of accepted digests must be present at the conference in order to have their digests included in the conference proceedings.
Topics should be of interest to the graphics education community. The topics listed will have first priority.
- Curriculum development
- Teaching and learning strategies
- Assessment in graphics education
- 3D modelling in engineering design
- Innovative technology
- Diversity in engineering education
- Graphics in international contexts
- Virtual/augmented reality
- Trends in graphical education
- Graphics education at elementary & K-12 levels
Submit abstracts and digests electronically by 5PM EDT on due dates to:
Selected digests will be invited for a special issue of the Engineering Design Graphics Journal
The EDGD media session is intended to be an interactive session, which allows the authors to discuss their topics or demonstrate techniques.
The session allows for one-on-one interaction with the audience. Display boards and/or tables will be provided. In addition, authors can set up a computer display that allows interactivity or onscreen displays. This format allows authors to display physical props or models that are not as effective in a larger group presentation. The presentation should include visuals; simply posting a paper is not acceptable.