Highlights of the 2012 summit include:
Conference topics include:
Presentations style may be case studies or workshops. Absolutely no commercial, sales pitches, or endorsements will be considered or allowed in presentations. Time slot for each presentation is 45 minutes including a Q&A. Workshop length will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
The Deadline for submission is Feb. 10, 2012.
Proposals will be reviewed by the AIAG Quality Steering Committee for acceptance based on relevance, demonstrated application, and innovation. Priority will be given to presentations that are based on case studies, or include a hands-on workshop. There is no limit to the number of proposals you can submit. Authors of accepted proposals will be advised by March 15, 2012 and provided further directions at that time.
Proposal Submission Guidelines are:
Presenter(s) name, job title, and organization (for multiple authors/presenters, list primary first)
Full mailing address
Email address for each individual listed in No. 1 above
Presentation title (70 characters maximum )
For workshop proposals, provide a detailed description of the content, learning objectives, and duration.
Paper abstract (500 words maximum) Target audience (e.g. basic, advanced, executive, all)
Benefit to the target audience (150 words maximum)
Author biography (100 words maximum)
Please contact Michael Kvicala, Marketing Manager at AIAG for further exhibitor information.Please submit your proposal electronically in editable format to Susan Brushafer at email@example.com . For questions, contact Karen Whitmore firstname.lastname@example.org .