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Abstract Info

Abstracts are invited from professionals in industry, government, the military, flight training organizations, and academia, including graduate students. In addition to research projects, abstracts are invited that outline relevant initiatives and programs at aviation companies and organizations.  

While Advanced Air Mobility and Aviation Mental Health as conference themes are viewed broadly, only related projects will be considered. Submissions on unrelated topics will be declined. 

Research poster presentation abstracts should be approximately 200 words (one page), written in English, and include a brief overview of the research objectives, methods/design, and results.

  • Authors may upload an abstract for each topic (i.e., Advanced Air Mobility and Aviation Mental Health), and, if both are accepted, may present at each of the two poster sessions.
  • Multiple abstract submissions may be made for the same session for research co-authored with one or more other researchers, but each physical poster displayed at the conference must be accompanied by one of the authors.
  • A single author may present two posters per session.

Abstract submission will remain open through the fall with review beginning in November. The submission deadline is January 8, 2024. Graduate students who wish to participate in the Poster Competition should submit their abstracts by December 1, 2024.

Poster Presentation Info

Please see Submission Info.

All conference events, including research poster presentations, will be held in the Mori Hosseini Student Union Events Center, located at 610 Aerospace Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.

There will be two poster presentation sessions:

Tuesday, February 27 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Advanced Air Mobility

Wednesday, February 28 9:30 am – 11:00 am Aviation Mental Health

Please Note:

  • Displays should be one side of a 36” x 48” poster. Please use landscape orientation.
  • Be sure to include the title, author and co-author names, affiliation, and the institution where the research was conducted.
  • Poster must be written in English, professionally created using software (i.e., not handwritten), and readable (i.e., neatly presented and visible from 3 to 5 feet away).
  • It is recommended that you hand-carry your poster to the conference. Costs associated with creating and shipping the poster will be the responsibility of the author(s).
  • Easels, posterboards, and clips will be provided for poster display.
  • Authors must have their poster set up before the start of the session.
  • The designated poster presenter (author or co-author) must stay with their poster during the session and be available for discussion with attendees.
  • You may wish to bring business cards, copies of the abstract with your contact details, or include a QR code on your poster that links to your online profile.

Research Poster Competition for Graduate Students
(Virtual Option Available*)

All graduate students are invited to enter their research poster in a free competition. A first-place prize will be awarded at the conference to the best poster in each category: Advanced Air Mobility and Aviation Mental Health. The winners will be notified in advance of the conference and their registration fees waived. (The attendee will be responsible for the cost of travel, lodging, and meals.)

  • For full consideration, submit an abstract by December 1, 2024.
  • All submitted abstracts will be reviewed and only accepted abstracts will be eligible for the competition.
  • Following acceptance of the abstract, upload a digital version of your poster by January 8, 2024.
  • Digital posters must be 10800 x 14400 pixels in pdf format.

Digital posters will be evaluated by judges prior to the conference considering the following aspects:

  • Communication of Objectives & Significance of the Research
  • Explanation of Project Design & Methodology
  • Explanation of Results & Conclusions
  • Visual Presentation

Graduate student competitors who are attending the conference:

  • Please submit an abstract by December 1, 2024, for full consideration.
  • If accepted, please submit a digital poster for judging by January 8, 2024.
  • Please bring a physical poster to be displayed during the poster session.

Graduate student competitors who are not attending*:

  • Please submit an abstract by December 1, 2024, for full consideration.
  • If accepted, please submit a digital poster for judging by January 8, 2024.
  • Your digital poster will be displayed on a screen or monitor during the appropriate session.
  • There is no remote participation via video conferencing or live streaming.

*The virtual presentation option is only available to graduate students participating in the competition.

Please see Submission Info.