Presentation Guidelines

Since we need to move quickly from one presentation to the next, please plan on using the Windows laptop that will be connected to the projector in your room. Bring your presentation on a USB drive in either a PowerPoint or PDF format. Please be at your session room 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time. This will allow time to meet the session chair and other speakers, discuss session procedures, and preload all of the electronic presentations onto the computer in the session room. Read more »


The National Weather Center Tour

National Weather Center    Read more »


Session 1 (1:30 – 4:30 PM)

1A: Computer Engineering Curriculum Guidelines (FREE workshop - costs covered by NSF grant)

John Impagliazzo; Susan Conry; Eric Durant; Andrew McGettrick; Mitchell A Thornton; Timothy Wilson Read more »

Final Submission Instructions

1. Prepare the final version of the manuscript using the paper templates linked below.

Paper Templates

Author Resource Guide: How to list references

REMEMBER: the final version of a full paper CANNOT EXCEED 7 PAGES and the final version of a WIP CANNOT EXCEED 3 pages. NO EXCEPTION IS ALLOWED. Read more »

Review Criteria

FIE Review Criteria Read more »

Mini-Workshops Guidelines

Submission Instructions

Interactive Session Guidelines

Mini-Workshops provide participants with an opportunity to extend their knowledge and strengthen their skills in the area addressed by the Mini-Workshop.

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Special Sessions Guidelines

Submission Instructions

Interactive Session Guidelines

Special sessions offer participants opportunities to explore particular issues in greater depth in interactive settings. The special session facilitators structure the agenda and interactions. Special sessions are intended to provide presenters and participants "collaborative learning experiences at the frontiers." Read more »