SAE 2012 Call for Papers sets June 1, 2011 for deadline
For the record, the SAE 2012 World Congress will take place once gain at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. Dates are April 24-26, 2012. The host company will be Nissan.
According to the latest email sent out to SAE members and attendees, the Abstract Deadline is June 1, 2011.
Be apprised abstracts must be submitted on-line via SAE MyTechZone to only one session. Upon submission, you will receive an automatic reply with your paper offer number. If you do not receive a paper offer number at that point, you are requested to retry an on-line submission or email [email protected]
The following information will be required during the on-line submission process:
1. Offered papers shall not have been published outside of SAE; and if accepted, contributors will not release their paper for publication through other media.
2. A digest of 200-300 words that states the objective of the paper/presentation; outlines the problem requiring solution, or the method of approach to research; is explicit with respect to the types of data to be included; and summarizes the
conclusions that will be made.
3. Tentative title
4. Name of the author and co-authors and all contact information.
5. Selection of the most appropriate technical session.
Paper acceptance will be based on organizer moderated peer review of a review ready manuscript.
Solicitations of Paper offers in the following technology areas
Electronics & Electrical Systems
Integrated Design & Manufacturing
2012 key areas of interest
Smart Grid Technologies
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Intelligent Highways & Guidance Systems
End of Life Management; Reuse – Remanufacture – Recycle
Advanced Hybrid Vehicle Powertrains
Fuel Cell Power Systems
V2V/V2I Safety Applications
Other Key Deadline Dates
Deadline for submitting paper offers: June 1, 2011
Review Ready Manuscripts due to session organizers: September 30, 2011
Final Manuscripts due to SAE: January 18, 2012
About the Author: After 39 years in the auto industry as a design engineer, Frank Sherosky now trades stocks and writes articles, books and ebooks via authorfrank.com, but may be contacted here by email: [email protected]
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