Energy Efficiency of Historic Sites
Location: Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington, Mt. Vernon, VA
Call for Papers
Abstracts may be submitted on any topic, technical research, or case study related to this theme. Presentations that discuss case studies should demonstrate how the example contributes knowledge to the field of historic preservation and the symposium theme by providing in-depth analysis of what was learned in the course of the study or project.
To propose a presentation, please submit a typewritten abstract of no more than 400 words, in English, and provide the following information: title of presentation, name of speaker, occupation, business mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address, and text of abstract. Please also include a brief resume. Typical presentation lengths of 20 minutes though 40 minutes will be considered. Please indicate your preferred presentation length, and if your presentation will be in lecture or hands-on demonstration format.
NEW for 2017 | Call for Posters
APT DC is excited to announce that our 2017 Symposium will be hosting its first Student Poster Session. The poster session will give students and recent graduates an opportunity to share their work in a special section of the Symposium. The aim of this session is to provide a peer-reviewed platform for research and work related to this year's theme. Selected posters will be displayed prominently at the meeting and post-Symposium networking event. Poster presenters will be encouraged to attend the Symposium and to discuss their work between speaker sessions. A pdf-format file of your poster will be displayed on APT DC's website after the Symposium.
To apply, please follow the timeline below. Submissions should include a provisional title, a brief abstract (300-500 words), along with 1-2 representative images. Submissions should be made in English and must include your name, the name of the educational institution you attend/attended, and graduation year. In addition, please indicate whether or not you intend to attend the APT DC Symposium. Successful applicants will receive additional information with their notification, including a digital template for the general poster format.
Please e-mail abstracts by March 24, 2017 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 24, 2017 Submission of Abstracts Deadline
Selection Notification and Speaker Responsibilities
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