ASNE warmly welcomes student participation at events with complimentary registration, facilitated at TSS 2018 by generous sponsorship from Gibbs and Cox. Highlights of the student-specific programming will include election of student leadership of the Society and a student poster competition.
At the student congress, students elect their leadership for the coming year. These student leaders:
- Assist the Student Member of Council in representing the interests and perspective of the Society’s student membership.
- Take the lead in organizing the student program at ASNE Day.
- Identify opportunities for increasing student involvement at all levels in the Society; including but not limited to advocating for student appointments to various committees and organizing various local and national student events.
Positions will be held for one year. Nominations of candidates for the Student Member of Council and the other three elective student positions (see descriptions below) will be done immediately prior to election.
Student Member of ASNE Council
Student Member of Council must be a joint ASNE/SNAME Student Member with at least junior standing in their field of study at the time of the election and commit to a full year in the position.
Assist the Student Member of Council and, when necessary, may be designated to serve as proxy for the Student Member in reporting to the Council and in communicating with the ASNE/SNAME Joint Strategic Alliance Committee.
Keep the minutes of meetings and maintain the records of the committee and shall serve as reporting liaison with ASNE headquarters
Graduate Student Representative
A graduate student or young professional who will assist in mentoring the student leadership and provide liaison to other young professionals and graduate students in the Society
Student Poster Competition
The Technology, Systems, and Ships (TSS) 2018 technical committee is seeking submissions for the annual ASNE Student Poster Competition. Student posters will be judged by a panel of experts to name 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awardees in undergraduate and graduate student research categories. Teams may have faculty advisors named on the poster, but the lead author name(s) should be students. Teams of mixed undergraduate and graduate students will be judged as graduate student submissions.
Technical posters for TSS are solicited on the broad range of technical challenges applicable to technology, systems, and ships. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Additive Manufacturing
- Combat Systems
- Cyber Security
- Directed Energy
- Energy Storage Technologies
- Flexible Ships
- Future Programs
- Novel Developments in Ship Structures and Materials
- Unmanned and Autonomous Systems
To hold your space in the student poster competition, please submit a brief (~1 paragraph) abstract including:
- Proposed Poster Title
- Author Name(s) and Level (undergraduate/graduate)
- Contact E-mail
Abstracts should be submitted online by clicking here (login required). Full posters need not be submitted in advance of TSS.