Please note: Abstract submission deadline has been extended to April 24, 2018!
The AEI Conference is teaming with the ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering to provide opportunities for exceptional papers to be submitted for consideration to be published in the Journal. Because of this, conference papers will be limited to 6 pages to allow those interested and selected for the journal version of the paper to expand upon the writing with new knowledge. When submitting your abstract please indicate if you would be interested in advancing your paper for journal publication after the conference if it is deemed acceptable by the reviewers.
Panel Sessions: multi-disciplinary teams discuss, debate, or present knowledge in an engaging way with the audience. (90 minutes sessions)
Case Studies: presentations must include a multi-disciplinary project team. Teams will describe in detail an entire project including: project management, architecture and engineered design, challenges, failures, successes, outcome, and the owner perspective of the project. (1 to 2 case study per 90 minutes session)
Individual Technical Sessions: present a single subject that advances the AEI Builds. (3-4 presentations/papers per 90 minutes session)
Graduate Student Poster Session: presentation of technical work in a visual display for attendees to view and interact with. Master’s and Ph.D. students only. There will be an award for best poster.
The 2019 Steering and Local Committee is particularly interested in papers and presentations that include but are not limited to the following:
Authors are asked to provide a detailed description of what will be presented. This description should be approximately 300-400 words and the following sub sections must be identified in the first submitted abstract if the abstract is to be considered. Questions that each section might answer is listed but do not explicitly need to be filled out.
Abstract/Session Impacts and Improve the Architecture Engineering Mission: Advancing Integrated Building Solutions (must provide max 50 words)
Abstract Evaluation for acceptance to the conference will be based on:
Authors will be required to identify the best fit AEI Build category when submitting abstracts.
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Note: All accepted authors and presenters are required to register for the conference by November 14, 2018 prior to final paper upload.
Authors of accepted abstracts, who wish to be published and present at the conference, are required to submit a 6-page final paper for inclusion in the proceedings. The proceedings will be copyrighted and published electronically by ASCE (on a CD or other media). Authors may submit individually or as part of group (3-4 abstracts) to form a full session proposal. PowerPoint presentations will be posted on AEI Collaborate (AEI’s online technical forum).
AE practitioners proposing a presentation only are encouraged to focus subjects on the most current industry practices in a vendor neutral format. Must be presented by a multidisciplinary team. PowerPoint presentations will be posted on AEI Collaborate.
Abstracts should be submitted online through our abstract submissions site