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Abstract Submission

Thank you for your interest in the 2022 American Ecological Engineering Society Annual Conference! This conference offers a great opportunity for all attendees to network, share research and experience with colleagues, and advance their careers. The conference also provides a venue for professionals and students within the field to share their ideas in the spirit of academic and professional development. One of the main goals of the conference is to showcase the extent to which Ecological Engineering principles are being applied in diverse and innovative ways to solve pressing environmental challenges. We encourage all attendees to take advantage of this opportunity to present on their work, meet likeminded professionals, and learn from each other.

Abstract submissions have closed.

 

Conference registration and sponsporship opportunities are still open.

Presentation Information

Poster Presentation

Poster presentations instructions for accepted abstracts will be coming here soon, with poster dimensions specified for each poster detailed. The poster presentations will take place on June 22nd. 

Oral Presentation

Oral presentations are 12 minutes long verbal presentations (with 3 additional minutes for questions). Due to the structure of the conference, this timeframe is strict to allow all presenters the allotted time. 

Oral Presentation Topics

  • Applied Ecological Engineering Projects

  • Agricultural Solutions using Ecological Principles

  • Antimicrobial Resistance and Emerging Contaminants in the Environment

  • Climate Change, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Resiliency, and Ecological Engineering

  • Ecological Engineering Career Development, Extension, and Education

  • Economics and/or Human Dimensions of Ecological Engineering

  • Environmental Justice and/or Ecology-based Urban Revitalization

  • Food, Energy, Water (FEW) Nexus

  • Green Infrastructure and Best Management Practices (BMPs)

  • Nutrients and Nutrient Management

  • Reducing TMDLs/Eutrophication in the Chesapeake Bay or Other Watersheds

  • Resource Recovery/Reuse

  • River, Stream, and Wetland Restoration/Creation

  • Stormwater Management

  • Watershed Modeling

Abstract Review

Abstracts are reviewed by a committee of professionals for selections. Authors were notified by March 15th, 2022 about acceptance. 

Questions

For general questions about the abstract submission, contact Theresa Simmons at tsimmons@umd.edu. For technical questions or issues with the online abstract submission site, contact Katherine Close at kclose1@terpmail.umd.edu

Student Travel Grants

Student travel grants will be awarded to help offset conference expenses for students. Students may apply for travel grants when they complete the registration form, which is linked below.

 

Student conference grant applications will be accepted from March 15th to April 1st.  More information will be emailed directly to students with accepted abstracts. Awardees will be notified by April 15, 2022 of the award level. Grant payments will be issued as a reimbursement following the conference; additional instructions for requesting travel grant payments will be provided with the award notification email. Students awarded a travel grant are required to stay at the conference hotel, and priority will be given to those students presenting at the conference.