Call for Technical Posters
ASME will hold open help center calls to offer on the spot technical support for the new tool.
ASME is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation to ensure the health and safety of our meeting and conference participants, as well as our staff. We will also be monitoring the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) as the situation progresses.
As of this date, the conference is currently scheduled to take place. Please continue your work in the expectation that the conference will occur. All dates in the current Publications Schedule will be followed. Should it be determined that the conference may need to be postponed, cancelled, or held virtually instead of in-person for the health and safety of all, ASME has committed to offering the option of publishing the papers through our usual channels. Please note that the one author per paper registration requirement will still hold should the conference be held virtually, but the presentation requirement may be waived. Should this become necessary, virtual conference registration fees will be discounted from the regular conference fee. If postponed, ASME will work with the conference organizing committee to determine whether the papers will be published at the time of the scheduled conference or delayed until the rescheduled one.
If there are any changes to these plans, we will provide updates on this website. We understand that you will have questions, so please check back periodically. Thank you.
The next update to this information is scheduled next Wednesday.
The ASME Internal Combustion Engines Fall Conference (ICEF) is a premier conference on internal combustion engines and their applications. It features a robust technical paper program, two days of keynote speakers, work-in-progress poster session, undergraduate student competition, industry tour, and focused workshops. Attended by industry experts, academicians, students and professionals, ICEF aims to explore the cutting edge of this important, and dynamic field. The conference explores fundamental advancements and technologies related to IC engines of various sizes ranging from automotive light- and heavy-duty engines to large bore engines for locomotive, propulsion and power generation applications. The conference provides an excellent networking opportunity for students and young professionals with leading industry experts.
Dr. Sibendu Som
Manager, Multi-Physics Computational Research Group
Argonne National Laboratory
Prof. Caroline Genzale
Associate Professor in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Submission of Full-Length Paper for Review
May 05, 2020
Author Paper Review Complete
May 19, 2020
Paper Acceptance Notification
June 09, 2020
Electronic Copyright Form Submission Process Opens
June 09, 2020
Submission of Revised Paper for Review (if required)
June 23, 2020
Author Notification of Acceptance of Revised Paper
July 07, 2020
Submission of Copyright Form
July 13, 2020
Submission of Final Paper
July 28, 2020
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