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2016 International Conference for Students on Applied Engineering (ICSAE)

IEEE sponsors:

  • IEEE Student Branch Univ of Newcastle Upon Tyne

Other sponsors:

  • School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering, Univ of Newcastle

The ICSAE 2016 is an international event organized by motivated students who have passion towards Applied Engineering and dedicated to research students enthusiastic about the field. The event provides a platform for research students to present their work and exchange views with like-minded students from all around the world. It is an opportunity to develop skills and have some fun too! Talks, sessions, and workshops are all geared up towards helping students to establish a post for themselves in Applied Engineering field and think about career paths after graduation. The event is an ideal environment for research students to test their presentation abilities, practice their poster designing skills, and most important is to learn how to communicate their ideas. The conference will be held in the Great North Museum, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. The agenda for this event comprises career planning and professional development sessions, technical and research presentations, keynote speeches..

 

Conference Details

Dates

20 Oct - 21 Oct 2016

 

Location

Great North Museum: Hancock
Barras Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

 

Web site

 

Contact

Zeyad Al-Shibaany
Room M44 (Zeyad Al-Shibaany)
School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne United Kingdom NE1 7RU
00447478714100
zeyad.al-shibaany@ieee.org

 

Conference #

39351

 

Attendance

200

 

Publications

 

 

Please see the conference Web site for full details.

Call for Papers for Conference Authors

Find details for paper and abstract submission.

Abstract submission deadline: 03 Jun 2016

Full Paper Submission deadline: 19 Aug 2016

Final submission deadline: 19 Aug 2016

Notification of acceptance date: 15 Jul 2016

 

 

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