2018 UAH Engineering ForumFriday, August 3 | UAH Charger Union The 2018 UAH Engineering Forum (UAH-EF) is an event held in conjunction with the 2018 Southeast Symposium on Contemporary Engineering Topics (SSCET). The UAH-EF will feature invited presentations from faculty and technical experts from universities and companies from across the Southeast and from the UAH College of Engineering. The intent of the forum is to explore and discuss state-of-the-art engineering solutions to modern engineering problems. UAH-EF attendees receive Professional Development Hours (PDH) for attending. The UAH-EF will be held on August 3, 2018 on the UAH campus in the Charger Union Theater. Register Now Sponsor Attendees, speakers, and volunteers should all register using Eventbrite. All attendees will receive a certificate for up to 8 hours of Professional Development Hours (PDH) from UAH. About the Event The UAH-EF will feature 11 tracks: Aerospace Biomedical and Biotechnology Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Civil, Environmental, and Coastal Engineering Cybersecurity Electric Power Electrical and Computer Engineering Ethics and Engineering Education Industrial and Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Student Research Presentations in the tracks will be 25 minutes each and include the opportunity for questions. Program Schedule Thursday, Aug 2 Evening Reception and Dinner (Reserved for Speakers and Patrons) Dinner at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center's Biergarten at the Davidson Center for Space Exploration. Friday, Aug 3 Main Program TimeEventLocation 07:00 - 08:00am Registration, Check-in, and Light Breakfast Networking Session Charger Union 08:00 - 08:50am Welcome and Keynote Speaker Charger Union Theater 09:00 - 12:00pm Morning Track Sessions Shelby Center 12:00 - 01:20pm Lunch and Keynote Speaker Charger Union Theater 01:30 - 05:00pm Afternoon Track Sessions Shelby Center 05:00 - 06:00pm Network and Professional Development Hours Documentation Charger Union 05:00 - 06:00pm Student / Professional Networking Session Charger Union The schedule is subject to change. View a detailed version of the Schedule of events. Track Room Assignments Keynote Speakers Janice Hess Teledyne Technologies Incorporated Segment President, Engineered Systems President, Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. Steve Pierce Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command / Army Forces Strategic Command Venue This year’s Engineering Forum will be held in the Charger Union and Shelby Center for Science and Technology on the UAH campus. The Charger Union serves as a hub for student activity and features several dining options, a 300+ seat theater, conference rooms, and the university bookstore. Please reference the UAH Campus Map for directions. Parking will be held at the Intermodal Parking Facility (bldg 18), a short walk from the Charger Union (bldg 19) and the Shelby Center (bldg 20). For GPS to locate the parking garage, use the following address: 501 John Wright Dr. Huntsville, AL 35805 Accommodations UAH-EF has arranged for a discount rate of $99/night in the Huntsville Marriott at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Learn more about Huntsville Reserve a Room Sponsor the UAH-EF The UAH-EF is seeking funding to underwrite the cost of the event. Four levels of sponsorship are available. Sponsorship Levels: Platinum: $2500 (Includes 5 attendee registrations) Gold: $1000 (Includes 3 attendee registrations) Silver: $500 (Includes 1 attendee registrations) Individual: $250 (Includes 1 attendee registrations) Sponsors Benefits: Sponsor logo on website and event publications Acknowledgement at the UAH-EF Invitation to the August 2nd evening reception at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Biergarten To register for sponsorship complete the patron registration form. Payment can be made by check or through Eventbrite. Please contact Dr. Tommy Morris at email@example.com for more information. Individual Sponsors Silver Sponsors Gold Sponsors Platinum Sponsors The UAH Engineering Forum Organizing Committee Dr. Tommy Morris Chair, UAH Engineering Forum Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Director, Center for Cybersecurity Research and Education Dr. Shankar Mahalingam Dean, College of Engineering Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Dr. Jennifer English Associate Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, College of Engineering Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering SSCET/UAH-EF Track Chairs Electrical and Computer Engineering Dr. Alak Bandyopadhyay Alabama A&M University Dr. Matthew Morrison University of Mississippi Civil, Coastal, and Environmental Engineering Dr. Robert Whalin Jackson State University Mechanical Engineering Walt Holifield Chemical, Petroleum and Materials Engineering Dr. Mayank Tyagi Louisiana State University Dr. Yu Lei University of Alabama in Huntsville Aerospace Engineering Dr. Robert Frederick University of Alabama in Huntsville Ethics and Engineering Education Dr. Thomas Reddoch Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Power and Energy Engineering Dr. Ebrahim Amiri University of New Orleans Power Systems Engineering Dr. Sakis Melopoulos Georgia Institute of Technology Dr. Roy McCann University of Arkansas Biomedical and Biotechnology Engineering Dr. Steve Elder Mississippi State University Industrial and Systems Engineering Dr. Randy Buchanan U.S. Army Engineering R&D Center Dr. Paul Collopy The University of Alabama in Huntsville Cybersecurity Dr. Letha Etzkorn The University of Alabama in Huntsville Dr. Yuliang Zheng The University of Alabama at Birmingham Student Presentations Chris Maggio Mississippi College Dr. Jennifer English The University of Alabama in Huntsville About the SSCET The 2018 UAH-EF is a partnership with the SSCET. The SSCET was first held at the University of New Orleans (UNO) in 2009. It was organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) New Orleans Industry Applications Society Chapter with support from the IEEE New Orleans section. At a dinner following the first SSCET, electrical power professors from Louisiana State University, Mississippi State University, Georgia Tech, and UNO agreed that participating universities in the Southeast would host the symposium going forward. In 2013, UNO recommended that the SSCET host university simultaneously hold a university engineering forum for their students, alumni, and the local engineering community. About UAH UAH takes pride in its rich history of engineering and technology research. It is located in Huntsville, AL, home to Redstone Arsenal, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, and Cummings Research Park, the second-largest research park in America. The UAH campus encompasses over 500 acres and comprises nine colleges and 16 research centers. Current UAH enrollment is approximately 9,000 students, the largest proportion of which are majors in the College of Engineering. Learn More About UAHCollege of EngineeringCCRE About HuntsvilleCharger UnionHuntsville Marriott Contact For more information contact the UAH Center for Cybersecurity Research and Education (CCRE) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256.824.6576.