The conference schedule will include one day of pre-conference workshops and two days of technical sessions and other activities. A tentative conference schedule is included here.
Tuesday, May 14
- Welcome and Plenary #1
- Social event at the Desert Botanical Garden
Wednesday, May 15
- Plenary #2
- Poster Session #1
- Technical Sessions
- Social event at College Avenue Commons
Thursday, May 16
- Plenary #3
- Poster Session #2
- Technical Sessions
- Plenary #4
- AEESP Business Meeting and Awards Dinner
Environmental Engineers and Scientists see Cities in 4-D
Call for Workshop Proposals
- Workshops will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM
- Both full day (6 hours) and half day (3 hours) workshops will be offered
- Lunch will be included as part of the workshops
- Workshop proposals are due December 12, 2018; proposals are sought for at least two additional full day workshops and four additional half day workshops
- Workshop proposals on the following topics are strongly encouraged: (i) science communication; (ii) education relevant to environmental engineering/science programs, e.g., curriculum, accreditation, and teaching methods to improve student learning; and (iii) technical topics of high relevance and/or urgency to AEESP members.
- Workshop proposals should be formatted as follows:
- Workshop title: Provide descriptive title
- Time: Indicate full-day or half-day
- Motivation: Describe the motivation or need for this workshop (100 word limit).
- Description of Workshop: Describe the workshop and associated activities in sufficient detail (250 word limit).
- Intended Audience and Size: List conference attendees who would be interested in this workshop and the intended size (50 word limit).
- Workshop Organizers: Name, affiliation, email for all organizers (no word limit).
- Workshop proposals should be submitted as a word document or PDF to Conference Chair, Prof. Treavor Boyer, email@example.com
Call for Abstracts
- Technical sessions and poster sessions will be held on Wednesday, May 15 and Thursday, May 16, 2019
- NEW: Abstract deadline extended to December 12, 2018, 11:59 PM local time
- Abstracts (300 word limit) should clearly explain how the research or educational activities fit within the conference theme
- Abstracts will be evaluated for technical sessions and poster sessions
- Graduate students will be eligible for Best Poster Awards
- Technical session tracks will be organized based on the “Cities in 4-D” conference theme and environmental engineering/science education. Submitting authors are asked to identify the primary and secondary D’s from the figure above or education.
- Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts addressing topics relevant to education
- Please send inquiries to Conference Chair, Prof. Treavor Boyer, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Abstract submission