The ASME CIE Division is organizing a poster session for graduate students to present their current research at the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. The purpose of this poster session is for graduate students early in their research program (within 1 year of starting a MS or 2 years of starting a PhD) to have the opportunity to present their current work to the research community. This provides the students a chance to get external feedback on their preliminary research that may not yet be ready for presentation at the conference in archival form. The research should directly address computers and information in engineering, either through development of new software, application and evaluation of software, or empirical studies of engineering software.
Student Travel Stipends: The ASME Computers and Information in Engineering (CIE) division will offer stipends (the amount and number are to be confirmed) to support graduate students attending the 2019 CIE conference in Anaheim, CA and presenting their research posters. Poster submissions reflecting relevant and high quality research will be favored in the awarding process. To be eligible for a stipend, the student must be attending a university or college as a graduate student at the time of the 2019 CIE Conference and must be a student member of ASME. Awardees of the CIE stipends are required to attend the conference and present the poster as a condition of the award.
Read more about the poster session for graduate students.