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EDU '19 Call for Presentations
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Extrusion Design University 2019 - EDU '19

Abstract Submission

AEC is currently seeking presentations for EDU '19, scheduled for Thursday, September 12, 2019, co-located with Aluminum USA in Nashville, TN. Presentations will be arranged in three subject-specific tracks covering the use of aluminum extrusions in Architecture/B&C, Automotive, and Industrial/General Design. 

Extrusion customers are eager to learn more about the extrusion process, technology and applications, so presentations are sought that help tell the extrusion story. The event will bring together industry experts (people like you!) who understand extrusion design and production processes, assisting participants in honing their aluminum extrusion knowledge and design skills.

Based on the experience AEC has obtained over the past few years presenting webinars for design and engineering professionals, and at the well-received EDU ’18 in Chicago, attendees will be eager to learn and earn possible continuing education learning units for the information they obtain at this conference.

You’ll be helping to advance the knowledge of these design professionals and create an atmosphere of learning and development. That, in turn, will expand the positive reputation of the aluminum extrusion industry, your company and the Council.

Who Will Attend?

The EDU program will benefit design and engineering professionals from virtually every end-user market for aluminum extrusions, including:

  • Product/Industrial Design
  • Electrical
  • Automotive/Transportation
  • Architecture
  • Medical/Healthcare Equipment
  • Marine
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Military/Government
  • Structural
  • Renewable Energy
  • Research & Development
  • Aerospace/Aviation
  • Machine/Appliance
  • Lighting, and more.

Important Dates*

February 18, 2019 Presentation Abstracts Due
March 2019 Selected authors receive notice of acceptance
August 5, 2019 
Preliminary presentations due for CEU approval process
August 30, 2019                        Final presentation materials due

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in submitting an abstract for a possible presentation at EDU '19.

 

The deadline for submitting abstracts is February 18, 2019. Multiple abstracts may be submitted. All abstracts submitted must include at least four (4) learning objectives. For more information on what to include in your abstract and tips for writing a winning presentation proposal, visit the "Presentation Guidelines" page.

 

The goal is to provide a comprehensive reference tool for each conference registrant to take home.

  • All presentations must be noncommercial in nature.
  • Presentations will be provided in printed form to attendees as conference materials.
  • A technical paper also may be included to support each presentation.
  • Speaker will make available to the AEC at least eight weeks prior to the date of the EVENT, a copy of any materials he/she will use as handouts during his/her presentation.

Duration of Presentations

Concurrent presentations at EDU ’19 will be 60 minutes in duration with an optional additional 10-minute Q&A session.

 

Final Presentations

Preliminary presentations will be due August 5, 2019 to allow time for the material to be submitted and vetted for continuing education learning units.

 

Final presentations will be due August 30, 2019.

 

Please complete the form below to submit your abstract.

 





Please note that no speakers, presenters or panelists are paid to attend, including keynote speakers. All speakers pay full registration fees, travel expenses and accommodations. Only in rare cases are a speaker’s fees waived.