All members wishing to submit either tutorial or presentation abstracts, now have until Sunday 15th May to send in their proposals.
Following a flurry of submissions immediately prior to the previous cut off, the decision has been taken to offer a short extension to the deadline for all ASEC 2016 presentation and tutorial submissions. All initial abstracts should be between 250 and 300 words and outline your presentation topic and main points.
Presentations are encouraged based around (but not limited to); pushing the boundaries of SE practice, realising the value of SE, applying SE in context and the evolution of a systems engineer. They should be around forty minutes in length, with five minutes of question and answer time at the end.
Tutorials have a number of options available, including simple presentations, interactive learning or workshop formats. A typical ASEC tutorial attracts between five and twenty delegates who are looking for a break from back-to-back presentations and are interested in trying something new.
Successful tutorial providers will be awarded a single one-day pass for ASEC 2016, but those delivering presentations will be required to register as per the standard terms.
Following the abstract closing date, successful candidates will then be asked to deliver their complete six-page proposals, the deadline for which remains as Sunday 5th June.
For full details regarding the criteria for both presentation and tutorial submissions, please visit the event website.