Introduction

With the theme of “Exploring the Advancement in Research and Development in Engineering, Science and Technology” the two-day conference provide an opportunity to engineers, scientists, information technologists, and other related professionals to share their knowledge. Topics in any engineering and IT areas can be submitted to the technical sessions. High level technical topics will be moderately presented making them equally understandable to the general audience. Hands-on workshops will be offered to students and adults. This conference will be beneficial to anyone, including but not limited to those, working or studying in STEM fields, high school students planning to pursue an engineering career, or parents of students with undeclared major. Presentations in engineering and related fields including but not limited to the followings:
  • Earthquake & disaster relief
  • Electrical, mechanical systems and advanced manufacturing
  • Infrastructure design, analysis and sustainability
  • Engineering problems and space applications
  • Transportation, sustainability, alternative/renewable energy
  • Information technology and cyber security

Venue: Business Tech Center 8301 E. Prentice Avenue Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Date: July 21-22, 2018.

The networking and socializing events with dinner and cultural program in the evening makes this professional event family friendly. Please feel free to bring your spouse, children, family members and guests.

For program detail and registration please visit: htttp://www.asnengr.org

Contact:
Ananda Paudel, PhD
Assistant Professor of Engineering and Technology
Metropolitan State University of Denver
720-999-5865 (Cell)
ASNEngr2018@gmail.com

Upendra Karna, D. Eng., P.E.
Conference General Chair, 11th Annual Conference, ASNEngr
609 516 3059 (Cell)
info@asnengr.org

Tentative Program Schedule:

Saturday, July 21, 2018

8:30 AM – Registration and Breakfast
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM: Conference Opening and Plenary/Keynote lecture
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Technical Sessions I & II: Technical Presentations/ Panel Discussions
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 PM – 5:30 PM: Technical Sessions III & IV: Technical Presentations / Panel Discussions
5:30PM – 7:00 PM: Annual General Membership/and Board of Directors and other Meetings
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM: Networking Dinner and Cultural Program

Sunday, July 22, 2018)

9 AM –Sight-seeing – Rocky Mtn National Park (for those interested).

Registration

Registration is open now. Register before July 7 for early bird rate.

Registration Rates:

Up to July 7 After July 7
Members $60 $70
Non-Members $70 $80
Spouse/Guest $20 $25
Students with ID Free Free
Evening Program only, adults $15 $25
Evening Program only, kids $10 $15
Kids under 8 Free Free
  • A non member (if eligible by by-laws) would be given free membership with registration till December 2018
  • All kids 12 and under must be accompanied by Adults at all times
  • Networking Social starts tentatively at 5:30 PM, followed by dinner and cultural program at 7:30 PM
  • Registration includes full-day technical sessions, breakfast, lunch, dinner, cultural & networking social
Please Click Here to register.

Paper Management

Abstract Guideline

All abstracts should be prepared according to the following format: (1) Provide 1” margin on all sides. (2) 1st line: Type the title of presentation/paper (Arial, 14 point font, bold and centered). (3) Leave one blank line below the presentation title and provide authors’ information - name, affiliation, city, state, country (use Times New Roman, 12 point font and centered). (4) Leave one blank line below the last author’s information and type heading for the abstract as “ABSTRACT” (use Times New Roman, 12 point font, bold, underlined and centered). (5)Leave a blank line below the abstract heading and provide abstract text of 250 - 500 words on the rest of the page (use single space, Times New Roman, not less than 10 point font, align text to left and right margins). The abstract may include representative figures and results. (6) Provide a footnote with each author’s job title, affiliation, complete address, phone number, e-mail address, and ASNEngr/CAN-USA membership grade, if any. Limit abstract to 1 page.

Conference Proceedings:

Abstracts will be peer reviewed and authors will be notified to prepare for presentation. All accepted abstract will be compiled in the form of the conference proceedings/book of abstracts and will be posted on the ASNEngr website.
Sample 1 Sample 2 Submit Abstract

Presentation

Please prepare presentation suitable for broader audience. 15 min Power point presentation will be followed by 5 min Q & A.

Hackathon

Hackathon information

American Society of Nepalese Engineers (ASNEngr) in collaboration with IT Professionals in Colorado is hosting a hackathon event during the annual conference in Denver. This event is intended to foster and develop ideas to create a product that could make a difference. Go solo or join hands with your friends to satisfy your thirst of technology. Who knows, trying a small idea this time around may turn it into a big thing in the future. That's how the creativity grows, we believe and you also would agree with the famous proverb that overnight success comes after many late nights work. Both hardware and software enthusiasts are welcome. No idea is too small to explore and less-worthy of experimenting. We except project ideas of any kind (accounting to robotics) at any level (novice to professional) and the event is open to all:

  • if you are a professional, never had an opportunity to spend time on your innovative ideas, this could be a platform to experiment and showcase
  • if you are a student, who wants to try something new and seeking feedback from professionals, this event is for you

We cordially invite all IT professional and students with any major (IT, non-IT) to participate individually or in a group. Each participant/group is free to propose any topic, can define constraints, set objective and use their own methodology, tools and techniques.

We appreciate your professional spirit and value your time. If interested, please email us at ‘hack_asne@googlegroups.com by June 30th 2018. We will provide further details after you signed up. Contact: Dibesh Shrestha (hack_asne@googlegroups.com)

Travel

Hotel

HYATT PLACE Denver Tech Center

8300 East Crescent Parkway
Englewood, CO 80111
  • Reservations can be made by individuals before Fri, 6/29/18 by:
  • Calling 1-888 Hyatt HP (1-888-492-8847) and asking for the, “American Society of Engineers,” group or mentioning group code G-ENGI
  • Online booking link Click Here
  • Group discount available at $143/night

Best Western Plus-DTC

9231 East Arapahoe Road,
Greenwood Village, CO 80112
Hotel Phone: 303.792.9999
For Online Booking Click Here
  • Group discount available at $98/night

Transportation

Airport: Denver International Airport (DIA)

  • Super Shuttle (Bus service: 303-370-1300) at the Airport- Cost approx $20 per person.
  • Taxi (Approx cost $60), Uber (Approx cost $40), and would take 20-25 mints.
  • Note: There is no Hotel’s private shuttle service to the airport. Hotel guests use super shuttle service.
For International presenters and invited guests Registration fees are waived. Modest support for the accommodation may be available to international attendes who are coming to the U.S. for the sole purpose of attending the conference. Please contact ASNEngr at info@ASNEngr.org.

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