Hello DTM community members!
Please see below for important instructions about your IDETC conference paper
submission due on Monday, Feb 25th.
Christine Toh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, IT Innovation
College of Information Science & Technology
University of Nebraska Omaha
Peter Kiewit Institute 284-A
Omaha, NE 68182
Just a friendly reminder that the IDETC DTM deadline is
Monday<http://airmail.calendar/2019-02-25%2012:00:00%20CST>, February 25.
We also wanted to make you aware of a number of inaccuracies we have found on
the IDETC conference paper template available on the website. While we are
currently working with ASME to modify this, we found it pertinent to distribute
this to our community as we are all trying to finalize our submissions. Here
are the specific items that are not accurate.
1. In the references, it says “No more than 15 references.” To be
competitive, DTM submissions need significantly more references. Generally,
papers with only 15 references are not well placed in the current literature in
DTM. Please ignore this limit.
2. In the Conclusion , it says “Place 3-4 line conclusion here.” This is
way too short. Please ignore this also and include at least full paragraph.
3. Author order is VERY important. The top of the paper should show the
correct author order regardless of what institution the authors are at and not
grouped based on institution. Current instructions say: “ Authors with shared
affiliations should be placed together with their names separated by commas in
the correct author order.” Please ignore this one also.
We apologize for these inaccuracies and are again working with ASME staff to
update these details.
Looking forward to your submissions!
Scarlett Miller and Julie Linsey
DTM 2019 Program and Conference Chairs