One of the most important steps in conducting research is to share your findings with a wide audience. One way to do this is to present at a research or industry conference. Below you will find conference opportunities appropriate for students that may be the perfect outlet for you and your research team.
If you need any help with deciding what conference to apply to, how to apply, or funding please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 386.226.6424. Also, if you have a conference you would like to share, please email details to the email address above.
University of Alabama
ave the date for the 2020 Region II Student Conference taking place 6–7 April 2020 at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL. Students will be able to present their research to peers and professional members of the industry and be eligible for monetary prizes
International Astronautical Federation
The international Astronautical Congress gives students the opportunity to showcase their work at the world's premier space event. Abstracts are published in the IAC Proceedings, which is distributed to more than 4,500 congress delegates. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to network and discuss findings with others interested in the same questions or approaches.
COE TTHP Y5 MTG, Student Researcher Poster Competition
Eligibility: This competition is open to undergraduate and graduate student researchers working on COE TTHP funded research and research related to COE TTHP Research Themes. Students do not have to be receiving funding from a COE TTHP grant to participate. The posters may feature research that was previously completed or represent a research proposal. The posters should not be identical to posters submitted to other professional/industry events, conferences, etc. (if similar, please cite the previous item to avoid self-plagiarism.)
More on our COE TTHP research themes may be found at the following webpages: Analytics
Council on Undergraduate Research
This competitive event gives students the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC to showcase their research to congressional members, meet with their representatives, and learn about advocacy for undergraduate research.
The American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Convention is the Society’s premiere membership event. It is the single annual opportunity where the entire Society joins together reflecting the diversity that ASCE encompasses. The Convention program is designed to have integrated, multi-cultural, technical, and educational components to meet the needs of the profession.
GHTC is a global humanitarian technology conference focused on bringing together people to address the critical issues for the benefit of the resource-constrained and vulnerable populations in the world.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) &. PHM Society
The International IEEE Aerospace Conference, with AIAA and PHM Society as technical cosponsors, is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. Participants have the opportunity to present their research and engage with people and ideas across a broad spectrum of aerospace technologies.
Various Sponsors (Rotate Annually)
The AAAS Annual Meeting is interdisciplinary and inclusive. Each year, our community of leading scientists, educators, policymakers, and journalists gathers to discuss cutting-edge developments in science, technology, and policy. Students have the opportunity to present their research in the student poster competition.
Council on Undergraduate Research
NCUR is the premier forum showcasing undergraduate student research and innovation. Students selected through a competitive review process will represent all academic disciplines sharing their research as a scholarly poster, oral presentation, art exhibition, or creative performance.
Florida Gulf Coast University
The Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC) is one of the nation's largest multi-disciplinary research conferences. It is an annual event open to all undergraduate researchers in the state of Florida to present their research in a poster forum. Every year the conference will be hosted at a different university in the state on the last weekend in February. In addition to research presentations, there are also exhibitors from graduate programs and other opportunities targeted for students involved in undergraduate research.