2017 International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management
Reimagining Systems Engineering and Management
Hosted by the University of Alabama in Huntsville
October 18th – 21st, 2017
Marriott Hotel - Huntsville, Alabama, USA
To book your hotel reservations at the conference venue, visit: https://asem.org/IAC-Lodging-&-Attractions
Register for the IAC at https://www.xcdsystem.com/asem/attendee/index.cfm?ID=A6MW1Ml
Exciting events taking place at ASEM's IAC:
There are three tours planned for October 18th, 2017. These tours are filling up fast. Reserve your spot today!
Tour 1: Alabama Robotics Technology Park
Fee: $25 per person
Time: Depart from Marriott at 12:15pm, return at approximately 2:30pm
Capacity: 30 people; U.S. Citizenship: Not required
Description: The RTP is a collaboration between the state of Alabama, Alabama Community College System, AIDT, and robotics industry leaders across the nation. The RTP consists of three individual training facilities, each targeted to a specific industry need. The three buildings have an investment of approximately $73 million, including robotics. The Robotics Technology Park's mission is to provide a technically trained, highly skilled, and educated workforce for automation and robotics, to assist public and private entities in developing new robotics systems and technologies, and to promote the creation, growth, or expansion of companies through innovative technology solutions.
Tour 2: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Bus Tour
Fee: $20 per person
Time: Depart Marriott at 11:45am, return approximately 3pm
Capacity: 30; U.S. Citizenship: Required
Description: Short of becoming a rocket scientist, there’s no better way to get a glimpse of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) than on the MSFC Bus Tour also known as the NASA Bus Tour!
Take a bus from the U.S. Space & Rocket Center for an exciting tour of the MSFC facilities, including stops at the Historic Test Stands and the Payload Operations Center, which is the science command post for the International Space Station (ISS) and Marshall's central research hub for propulsion systems and technologies, the Propulsion Research and Development Laboratory.
Please note that the tour includes multiple stops where guests will be getting off and back on the bus. Bathroom access is limited.
NASA Bus Tour Rules:
Tour 3: U.S. Space and Rocket Center VIP Tour
Fee: $20 per person
Time: Depart Marriott at 2:40pm, return approximately 5pm. (Note, if taking the previous bus tour, the bus will drop you off at the US Space and Rocket Center in time for the VIP tour)
Capacity: 30; U.S. Citizenship: Not required
Description: The VIP experience explores the US Space and Rocket Center with a well versed staff or docent guide. The guide will walk the visitors through the exhibits in the Main Museum (including the current traveling exhibit), Rocket Park and the Saturn V Hall at the Davidson Center for Space Exploration. The small VIP groups allow the guests to learn more about space history, NASA’s current SLS program and commercial space flight. To be with an experienced guide to ask questions and get answers of the how, when, where, what & whys of spaceflight history & the current missions to Mars and possibly back to the Moon make the visit to the US Space & Rocket Center more memorable and informative. [The current traveling exhibit is “The Science of Rock N’ Roll”]
Prices for the 2017 IAC Guest Package:
July 3, 2017 - Draft paper acceptance notification
July 17, 2017 - Final paper submissions
July 31, 2017 - Final paper acceptance notification
14 August 2017 - Presenting author registration
August 29, 2017 - Preliminary Technical Presentation ScheduleAdditional Information
Due to commitments made by the society to IAC vendors and sponsors, refunds will be issued by the guidelines below:
Each year the Society gives out a variety of awards to members, students, authors, and chapters. These awards are given at the international annual conference awards banquet.
Click here to find out more about the society awards.