The Call for Abstracts for NRC22 Americas, the NAFEMS Americas Regional Conference 2022, is now open!
Please note: Authors will be contacted mid-March with the review committee’s decision on submitted abstracts.
Important Note: Abstract submissions coordinated with submissions provided by a variety of other contributors will have an advantage. The objective being that attendees will come away with a better understanding of subject matter due to the continuity of material presented over the series of a session (~3-4 presentations per session).
Theme #1: Simulation-Driven Design of Physical Systems, Components & Products
Theme #2: Implementing Simulation Governance & Democratization
Theme #3: Advancing Manufacturing Processes & Additive Manufacturing
Theme #4: Addressing Business Strategies, Challenges & Advanced Technologies
For a comprehensive listing of the topics associated with the above-mentioned themes, please visit the "NRC22 Americas Themes & Topics" page.
The impact of simulation and the extent to which it is deployed can vary considerably depending on company size and the associated industry sector. NRC22 Americas organizers encourage input and participation from a wide range of organizations – large and small, across all industries and domains that utilize engineering analysis and simulation.
Please note, as NAFEMS is an independent and vendor-neutral organization, all submissions must avoid any overt commercialism.
The conference registration fee will be heavily discounted for the person presenting a paper at the event. When there are multiple authors or presenters associated with a particular paper, only one person who will be presenting the paper may attend the conference at the discounted rate. The other authors or presenters associated with a paper who plan to attend the conference are required to register at the member/non-member rate.
As a first step, abstracts of 300-600 words should be submitted for consideration by January 31st, 2022.
Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be asked to prepare an extended abstract (typically 2-4 pages) and a PowerPoint presentation (peer-reviewed technical papers are not required).
If you have any questions leading up to the Abstract Submission start date, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.