2020 Call for Papers

Call for Papers

The 2020 Tran-SET Conference is pleased to announce its Call for Papers for presentations and publications. The conference will be held virtually in September 1-2, 2020. The Conference is co-sponsored by the ASCE Construction Institute (CI).

Papers from national and international participants are welcomed.

The conference theme is enhancing durability and service life of transportation infrastructure: Materials, methods, and technology.

Submission of papers is encouraged but not conclusive to the following transportation topics:

  • Innovative and Cost-effective Materials to Improve Durability of Portland Cement Materials
  • Advanced Materials to Enhance Asphalt Mixtures Performance
  • Implementation of Advanced Construction Management Processes
  • Environmentally-Friendly Soil Stabilization Techniques
  • Development of Safety Assessment Approaches for Infrastructure
  • Impact of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) on Economic Development
  • Effective and Simplified Approaches to Evaluate Pavements Performance
  • Cost-Effective Monitoring and Preserving of Structures

 The submitted abstracts (250 words max.) must follow this format and to be submitted to transet2020@nmsu.edu by August 31st, 2019.

Submit papers to transet2020@nmsu.edu by November 18, 2019. Papers must be at least 6 pages & must follow the following format.

Please note that all accepted papers from the 2020 Tran- SET Conference will be published by ASCE and will provide bibliographic information for each proceedings paper to abstracting and indexing (A&I) services, such as CNKI Books, Elsevier Scopus, Elsevier Engineering Index (EI), ExLibris Primo, IET/Inspec, National Academies, OCLC WorldCat, and ProQuest Summon.

Important Dates

 May 14, 2019 | Call for Papers Begins

 Oct 1, 2019 | Papers Abstracts Due

 Nov 18, 2019 | Draft Papers Due & Registration Opens

 Dec 20, 2019 | Comments on Draft Papers Sent to Authors

 Jan 22, 2020 | Final Papers Due

 Sep 1, 2020 | Conference Begins

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