Seeking FutureME Mini-Talk Presenters for 2016 ASME Power & Energy/ICONE Conferences
We are seeking presenters for the ASME FutureMEMini-Talk Series, held at the co-located 2016 ASME Power & Energy Conference and Exhibition and 24th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering.
Example topics could include:
--Finding opportunity as an energy entrepreneur
--Lessons learned working on disruptive technologies
--Engaging your career in energy policy
--Developing and leveraging your global network
--Using your skills to give back
--Handling challenges in the energy industry
--Starting a research group in energy
What are Mini-Talks? Mini-Talks are 7- 10 minutes short talks on engineering and career development topics. Talks provide an opportunity for sharing experiences and knowledge, while engaging and inspiring the audience. To view previous Mini-Talks, please visit our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/ASMEFutureME.
When and Where?
At the co-located ASME Power & Energy Conference and Exhibition and 24th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering in Charlotte, North Carolina, Monday, June 27, 2016 from 2:30 – 4:00 PM.
Are you an ENGINEER who has insights to share with other early career engineers?
How to Apply
Who? Energetic and passionate early career engineers with insights about career development topics in energy.
--Present in front of a large audience of your peers (130+)
--Potential feature on ASME.org and the ASME FutureME YouTube channel
--Share your experience and knowledge that benefits other engineers
--Showcase skills and gain high-visibility within the profession
How? Nominate yourself or a peer no later than February 25, 2016 by emailing a short biography and topic summary to email@example.com.
All applicants will be contacted no later than March 17, 2016 for follow-up.
Full-registration is available for participation in this program.
Supported by the ASME ECE Programming Committee
More information on the website
of the event.