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International Mechanical Engineering
Congress & Exposition®

Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida

November 3-9, 2017
November 5-8, 2017

Program - Posters


There's still time to contribute your research to IMECE 2017.

Poster Abstract Submissions Due July 19

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ASME International Undergraduate Research and Design Expo

This poster session, scheduled in conjunction with the opening reception on Sunday night, provides undergraduate mechanical engineering students with a professional and technical forum for presenting their research, design project, and other engineering solutions and endeavors. ASME is sponsoring awards for first, second, and third place.

To submit your abstract, visit the ASME International Undergraduate Research and Design Expo track

NSF Student Competition

The poster session, scheduled for Wednesday, November 8, provides undergraduate and graduate students to present a poster of their work from NSF-funded research as part of a competition. If the undergraduate or graduate student has since graduated, they can still participate if the abstract submission is within 12 months of their graduation. The poster forum provides the students an opportunity to disseminate their NSF-funded research to their junior, peer, and senior colleagues. Limited NSF-funded travel awards and ASME competition awards (1st to 3rd place for both topics) will be made available.

To submit your abstract, visit the NSF Student Competition track.

Society-Wide Micro and Nanotechnology Forum

Micro- and nano-scale phenomena and processes are widely explored across many ASME divisions to create new applications and to improve the existing engineering systems. This forum, scheduled on Wednesday afternoon, seeks to bring together ASME members and researchers from academia and industry with a common focus on micro- and nanotechnology. This year, students and post-docs will be eligible for Best Poster Awards. The members of the Award Selection Panel are leaders from academia, industry, and government funding agencies. Each award recipient will receive a certificate signed by the ASME President.

To submit your abstract, visit the Virtual Podium Track and select "Society-Wide Micro and Nanotechnology Forum."

DeWitt Poster Session for Undergraduate Research in Thermal/Fluid Sciences

The ASME Heat Transfer Division will sponsor a poster session on Wednesday afternoon to highlight student contributions in the broad area of heat transfer engineering and thermal management. Only undergraduate students and recent graduates (within 18 months of the session) are eligible to submit and present posters. Partial travel reimbursement may be available.

To submit your abstract, visit the Virtual Podium Track and select "Heat Transfer and Thermal Engineering."

Conference-Wide Poster Session

A general poster session, which offers some of the latest research on a variety of topics that encompasses all of the technical tracks, will be held on Wednesday afternoon during lunch time.

To submit your abstract, visit the Virtual Podium Track and select the topic area that best applies to your poster.