Want to host fPET-2012? Call for host-site proposals issued

By , September 12, 2010 4:33 pm

Call for Proposals to Host fPET-2012: pdf here

Deadline: 15 December 2010

Building on the success of the meeting this May at the Colorado School of Mines, on behalf of the Forum in Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology (fPET) we would like to invite you to consider submitting a proposal to host fPET-2012 at your institution. Proposals to host fPET-2012 should include the following details:

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  • A brief

    description of your institution and why it would be a good choice for this meeting.

  • Anticipated dates for the meeting.
  • A description of the facilities available for the meeting. How many rooms will be available for our use? What is their seating capacity?  Where will receptions and group meals take place?
  • Lodging information:  How many rooms will be available for meeting participants? What will be the anticipated costs of the lodging? Will lodging be on or off campus? If off-campus, how far away, and will transportation be available for participants to get from their lodging to the campus?
  • An estimate of the conference registration fee.
  • A budget estimate, including a detailed breakdown of institutional and other expenses (eg costs for producing the abstract booklet, administrative assistance, keynote speakers, food, etc.). Please provide an explanation of how the costs will be covered, including anticipated revenue from registration fees and institutional support. All

    budgetary information should be given in US dollars.

  • Proposals should be accompanied by a letter of commitment of institutional support.

All proposals received will be considered by the fPET Steering Committee. Please direct proposals, as well as any preliminary expressions of interest or questions you may have, to us at the e-mail addresses below.

Very best regards,

Dave Goldberg (deg@illinois.edu)

Diane Michelfelder (michelfelder@macalester.edu)

Call for proposals: pdf here

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