Symposium leaders have an opportunity to share their expertise, foster stronger ties with industry peers, and establish themselves as known leaders in their fields by contributing to the ATPS technical program. Don’t just witness the program, be a part of it!
Technical papers from lectures and tutorials and presentations from case studies are published on a Proceedings USB, distributed to all Symposium attendees. Six months after the event, Proceedings are made available to the public at turbolab.tamu.edu/proceedings. Papers are often reprinted in industry publications and referenced in technical papers. Get your work published and have it referenced time and again in our longstanding repository of technical content.
Authors, leaders/presenters and advisors are required to register for the symposia. Registration details, which include a discount code, will be emailed to you in the fall of 2017. If you have not received your discount code by January 2018, contact Ashton Drollinger, Publications Coordinator at email@example.com.
Communication With Authors
Correspondence will be conducted with the listed contact author only. The author who submits the abstract is considered the contact author. The contact author is responsible for disseminating correspondence to coauthors.
Author forms must be completed by all authors before presenting at the Symposium and before being published in the Proceedings.