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New York Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA)


Fall Conference
 

October 22nd and 23rd, 2015

Sponsors: National Technical Institute for the Deaf and the College of Applied Science and Technology at the Rochester Institute of Technology 

Location: National Technical Institute for the Deaf at the Rochester Institute of Technology.  

This is a unique technical conference in which both industry and educational experts collaborate to research and discuss the most current advances in engineering technology and STEM course design, application and teaching as well as diving into the most current and available access technologies for special needs populations.

The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of the Rochester Institute of Technology will be housing this event in their newly built Rosica Hall. Rosica Hall itself is a vision realized and executed by NTID to keep its work at the forefront of contemporary research. The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) will also co-host of this exciting event housed at NTID.

Conference presenters will be experts who are in the forefront of their field. Opening presentations will include Dr. Jane LeClair, Chief Operating Officer at the National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College and Dr. Randy Yerrick, nationally recognized professor and researcher in the fields of STEM Education to name a few. The list of presenters also includes nationally recognized teachers and researchers in their respective fields. Professional Engineers can earn PDH credits and Teachers can earn CEUs for attending these presentations and workshops. 

There are 98 authors or co-authors presenting of which 40 are students. Authors are from throughout New York State, Washington DC, Alabama, Ohio, Florida, California, Netherlands, Taiwan and France. Registrants so far represent 26 various universities and eight corporations.


This is a conference you won’t want to miss. 

For a full conference program, click here

For registration, click here. Only those who are presenting or plan to eat at the conference or attend the banquet need to register. Drop in visitors are welcome at any of the presentations.

 

For general information on NYSETA, please visit www.nyseta.org

Refer to this website for updates and details.

For other questions contact:

Professor James Mallory, Conference Co Chair at  James.Mallory@rit.edu
Professor John Stratton, Conference Co Chair at jasite@rit.edu
S.Manian Ramkumar, Conference Co Chair
Jeff Mathisen, Conference Web Master at NTIDCapstone@gmail.com

This will be an exciting conference, it will include four interest groups and their associated topics:

  • Innovation Design and Development Practices in ET
  • Technology Innovations Impacting ET Education
  • Access Technologies and Innovations
  • STEM Education Methodologies

There will be industrial exhibitors, publishers, faculty, students and administrators participating.

There are opportunities for exhibitors to demonstrate their products. There are scholarship opportunities for those faculty who have an interest, please see the "Call for Submissions" section of this web site.

 

Last update: 10/21/15 9:50PM jwm