IAJC-ASEE 2011 International Conference
 

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2011 IAJC-ASEE
International Conference on Engineering & Technology:
A Changing World - An Emerging Opportunity for Strategic Partnerships

April 29-30, 2011  -- 
University of Hartford, CT, USA

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Welcome to the 2011 IAJC-ASEE International Conference.  The conference committee strives to present one of the most selective and prestigious conferences of the year.  Since the main goal of the conferences is to serve as a prelude to journal publication, standards are set rather high, and the review process can be rigorous.

Conference Statistics: A total of 285 abstracts from more than 100 educational institutions and companies were submitted from around the world. In the multi-level review process, papers are subjected to blind reviews by three or more highly qualified reviewers. For this conference, a total of 80 papers were accepted. Most of these were presented and are published in the conference proceedings.  This reflects an acceptance rate of less than 30%, which is one of the lowest acceptance rates of any international conference. Authors included presidents, deans, chairs, faculty, industry experts, and students representing more than 100 major educational institutions and companies from the United States and many other countries.

This conference was sponsored by the International Association of Journals and Conferences (IAJC), which includes 13 member journals and a number of universities and organizations. Other sponsors were the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).  Selected papers from this conference will be published in one of the 13 IAJC member journals.

Philip Weinsier, IAJC Conference General Chair
Mark Rajai, IAJC President & Conference Co-Chair

Conference ISBN 978-1-60643-379-9

 

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