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Virtual Student Poster Session at the Annual Anodizing Conference
October 15, 2020
The Aluminum Anodizers Council (AAC) invites students engaged in electrochemistry, metallurgy, chemistry, materials science, metal forming, and related engineering disciplines to present their work at a virtual poster session during the Annual Anodizing Conference. AAC is a trade association that supports the science, technology, and business of light metal surface finishing, principally aluminum anodizing.
The AAC Virtual Student Poster Session provides a forum where students may present their research in anodizing, surface science, surface treatment, electrochemical finishing, metal forming, and other relevant technologies to an interested audience of industry professionals. The goal is to present academic and industrial-related research and development in the field of metal surface science and technology.
Suggested poster topics include but are not limited to:
Conference Poster Session
The AAC Virtual Student Poster Session is scheduled for Thursday, October 2020. Students will be expected to present live to explain their research. An exact schedule of Virtual Poster Session hours will be provided to accepted students prior to the Conference.
The AAC Academic Committee or their designees will judge the posters, and a $500 prize will be awarded to each of the three best poster presentations. Complete poster format guidelines and information are available at the Anodizing Conference website, www.AACconf.org.
Abstract Content, Style and Submission Guidelines
Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to submit an abstract for consideration.
Students should follow the guidelines outlined below for their Student Poster Session Abstract.
Each submitted abstract must include the following and carefully adhere to these guidelines:
Abstracts must be submitted electronically by attaching the Microsoft® Word file containing the abstract to an e-mail message. Along with the abstract, send a short statement of intent to participate and proof of student status (copy of current registration, letter from academic advisor, etc.).
Send the statement of intent, proof of student status and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students will be notified if their abstracts are accepted.
No material release or exclusivity agreements required. Students are free to present submitted material elsewhere.
Judging will take place Thursday, October 15 and authors of the three posters judged best will be announced during the Focus Session Presentations.
Students participating in this event will have their virtual conference fees waived.
Check out all the past winners by visiting our Awards & Recognition page!