Dear Community Members,
A friendly reminder that 1-page applications are due May 31, 2022 for the new
Student Poster Session at IDETC sponsored by the Design Engineering Division
Hello Community Members,
We are pleased to announce a new student poster session this year at IDETC
sponsored by the Design Engineering Division (DED). This poster session will
highlight up and coming students in the Design Theory and Methods community.
Junior PhD students who may not have enough research for a full IDETC paper are
especially encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to PhD students who have
not yet completed their comprehensive exam/research proposal (milestone term
differs by program), however more advanced PhD students as well as Masters
students who are considering a PhD in Design Theory and Methods may also apply.
The top ten abstracts selected by a committee of DTM members will be selected
for presentation and given a $1000 stipend to support travel to the conference
and/or conference registration fees. Awarded students are required to attend
the conference to receive the award and create a poster summarizing their
proposed work (taking into account reviewer feedback). The poster session will
be held jointly with the BPart Fellowship recipients. During the IDETC
conference, faculty and peers will provide feedback to the presenting students
around their topic areas and research interests.
To apply, please submit a 1-page research summary in PDF format to
dtm.asme@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:dtm.asme@xxxxxxxxx> with the subject "DTM Student
Poster Session." Submissions must be emailed before May 31 to be considered in
the competition. Awards will be announced by June 30. Submissions should
include the following elements:
* Program Status: Current degree program and milestones completed:
qualifying/preliminary exam; comprehensive exam/proposal; final exam/defense;
have you published at IDETC before?
* Project Overview: Provide a brief overview of the work, including
appropriate motivation and linkages with prior literature, research questions,
and preliminary work (if any) conducted by the research team.
* Intellectual Merit: Provide a brief overview of the novelty of this work
and the potential impact of the work for the field of Design Theory and Methods.
* Anticipated Results: Describe any hypothesized results, providing
theoretical rationale for these hypotheses, and the practical significance of
this work for the design field.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out,
DTM TC Committee
Jessica Menold jdm5407@xxxxxxx<mailto:jdm5407@xxxxxxx>
Astrid Layton alayton@xxxxxxxx<mailto:alayton@xxxxxxxx>
Paul Grogan pgrogan@xxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:pgrogan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Paul T. Grogan, Ph.D.
School of Systems and Enterprises
Stevens Institute of Technology
Secretary, ASME Design Theory and Methodology (DTM)
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