Student Paper Competition
The authors must be students, and the submission must list the faculty as mentors not authors. The submission can be a full paper (maximum 10 pages) or a work in progress. Full papers will compete in both the student paper competition and student poster competition. Work in progress will compete only in the student poster competition. All accepted student competition submissions will be included and published in the conference proceedings with ISBN and ISSN. Presentations must be done by students and at least one author must be registered (either student or full registration) by the author registration deadline for the submission to be published. The 10 finalist full papers will present they work in a special session (oral presentation using Power point slides), Judges will choose the best paper based in their paper evaluation, poster presentation and oral presentation performance
Important Dates (deadlines)
Submissions until March 31, 2017.
NOTE: “The top 10 Student Full Papers will be published with an ISBN, ISSN and DOI and will be indexed in recognition of their effort”.