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STEM Education & Research 2022 : Special Session on STEM Education & Research 2022 (Virtual) - IEEE

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Link: https://ist2022.ieee-ims.org/special-session-on-stem-education-research/
 
When Jun 21, 2022 - Jun 23, 2022
Where Virtual
Submission Deadline Jun 2, 2022
Notification Due Jun 9, 2022
Final Version Due Jun 14, 2022
 

Call For Papers

(Virtual) The IEEE IST 2022 STEM Education and Research Program, in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Imaging systems & Techniques (IST 2022) and International School of Imaging, brings together undergraduate students with experts from Academia, Industry and Government, for an active discussion on the latest advances and technologies in STEM disciplines. The goal of this session is three-fold: 1) share current research questions, cutting-edge technologies, methodologies, and findings within disciplinary and interdisciplinary STEM contexts; 2) promote local, state, and national STEM education collaborations and partnerships; 3) provide networking opportunities across stakeholder communities.

Examples of appropriate undergraduate work to be submitted include, but are not limited to

• Instrumentation, measurements, simulations and modeling, data analysis, processing, artificial intelligence, big data.

• results of pilot and capstone design projects, open-ended solutions.

Undergraduate students are welcome to submit a two-page summary of poster for review. High-quality poster summaries, after peerreview process, will be included in the IEEE Xplore digital library. The author summaries should use the IEEE conference proceeding 8.5×11 manuscript guidelines to prepare their summaries. The posters including their summaries will typically include the following:

• Title: a title for the poster.

• Authors: include name, affiliation, and email

• Abstract

• Introduction-literature search

• Motivation of study

• Problem definition

• Technological and societal impact

• Physical and engineering principles

• Design constraints, integration

• Technical challenges, advantages, and limitations

• Discussion and future work

• Conclusion

• Acknowledgements

• Literature

Materials for Final Submission

1) A two-page summary: Authors whose poster summaries have been accepted and revised. 2) Poster: Both PPT and PDF format. Set the PowerPoint page size to 48″W and 36″H with a minimum font size of 32 points. 3) Videos (optional): Presenters are also encouraged to submit an accompanying video (up to two minutes), under an MP4 format, showing the significance of their work.

Deadlines

Poster Summary (2-page paper) Submission: June 2, 2022
Notification of Acceptance: June 9, 2022
Final Submission: June 14, 2022


Program Chair
Prof. Yi Wang Manhattan College, USA yi.wang@manhattan.edu

Program Cochairs:
Prof. Kanchan Kashyap VIT Bhopal University, India
Prof. Rui Fan Tongji University, China
Michalis Zervakis Technical University of Crete, GR
Prof. Luay Fraiwan, Abu Dhabi University, UAE
Prof. Wafa Elmannai Manhattan College, USA
Prof. Radwa Sultan Manhattan College, USA
Shiva Maleki Varnosfaderani Wayne State University, USA
Charles Barnes Manhattan College, USA
Prof. George Giakos Manhattan College, USA

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