Call for Papers and Presentations
Aviation Technologies – “Looking Toward Tomorrow”, July 17, 2006 - F.A.A Technical Center , Pomona , NJ
The New Jersey Technology Council's Aviation Technologies – “Looking Toward Tomorrow” will feature companies exhibiting products and services in the areas of Aviation Technology, IT and Advanced Materials. In addition to the Showcase, the Council has issued a Call for Papers on new products and services developed since April 2004 relating to aviation and aeronautical technology. Topics of papers should focus on the following areas:
Advanced Materials (focusing on Aviation)
- Structural Safety
- Catastrophic Failure Prevention
- Fire Research Safety
- Pavement Design & Testing
- Simulation & Modeling
- Human Factors
- Rotary Vehicles
- Commercial Space
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
- Weather & Atmospheric
Information Technology (focused on Aviation)
- Information Security
- Real and Virtual Environment
- Software Engineering
- Airborne Internet
- The future of Aviation
- Research Park - Linkages of new technology & human Capital
Accepted papers will be housed on the Council’s website for six months and will be made available to members and the technology community. Authors are not required to transfer copyright. Authors of accepted papers must sign and return a Permission and Release form. Two of the accepted papers in each area of the major topics shown above will be selected for verbal presentation by the authors at the Forum. This presentation may be accompanied by a Power Point presentation no longer than 12 minutes in length. The Power Point presentation will also be housed on the Council’s website. We encourage authors to submit concise papers of 8 pages. Over-length submissions may be rejected without review or notice to the author. Final copies of accepted papers will be required in either word, PDF and HTML formats. Authors must also include a short 30-word statement with their submission that summarizes the content of their paper. The Selection Committee will review the statement, along with the paper. The final statement will appear in the agenda of the event and may be edited for clarity and accuracy by the Conference Committee.
Submissions and inquiries should be sent to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Representatives from the ACIN - Camden Center , FAA – William J. Hughes Technical Center , Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, Princeton University , Rowan University , and Stockton College . Additional committee members will be announced shortly.
Last Date for Submission of Paper & Statement - Monday, June 12
Notification of Acceptance of Manuscripts - Friday, June 23
“Aviation Technologies – Looking toward Tomorrow” - Monday, July 17
ABOUT THE AVIATION TECHNOLOGIES – LOOKING TOWARD TOMORROW EXPO:
This event is scheduled on July 17th from 1 to 5:30 PM. at the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Pomona , NJ . Companies who have employees who have papers accepted will be provided the tabletop exhibits at no charge. Attendance will be comprised of approximately 150 - 200 technology executives, technology support executives, education professionals and others. The NJTC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting and recognizing technology companies throughout the region. The Council’s web site is www.njtc.org. For information about exhibiting you should contact email@example.com. Amper Politziner & Mattia, P.C. and Woodcock Washburn LLP sponsor the event.
Please note: Papers submitted in previous Call for Papers requests that were granted presentation or finalist status will not be considered.