ISEE Conference: Savannah 2024
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Ideas should be submitted in the form of a 200-400 word abstract (summary) highlighting the major points of your 8-10 page paper. The abstract should be written so that it makes sense on its own and should cover the work done, recommendations made and the conclusions drawn as a result of the project, case or study. Please note that abstracts and papers may not be commercial in nature
Abstracts must be submitted using this submission site by April 28, 2023. There will be no extensions. Student and Chapter-sponsored abstracts should also be submitted by this deadline.
- Blast Modeling and Design
- Drone Applications for Drilling and Blasting Optimization
- Blast Vibration and Seismology
- Blasting and Explosives Research
- Environmental Improvement
- Blasting Safety and Explosives Security
- Fragmentation Modeling & Measurement
- Case Histories: Problems & Solutions
- Novel Blasting Techniques & Applications
- Construction and Demolition Blasting
- Public and Media Relations
- Digital Imaging and Analysis
Peer Review Process
Abstracts (and the papers) are considered by a committee of explosives industry professionals. This is not a blind review. The committee will determine the abstract/paper’s relevance and substance based on the following criteria:
- Purpose and reason for the work
- Quality of the data collected
- Quality of the analysis and processes followed
- Degree of rigor behind the recommendations made or actions taken
- Conclusions based on data and analysis presented
- Application and interest to the Explosives industry
Special consideration for acceptance at the Conference will be made for Blasters, and other Explosives Professionals, whose work is primarily day to day, hands-on-blasting in commercial construction, demolition, quarrying and mining applications.
Abstract Selection and Acceptance
Abstracts will be used only for tentative selection. Final selection and acceptance are based on the completed paper submitted on time.
You will receive a paper template (Microsoft Word - .docx) to use for paper submission when you are notified of your abstract acceptance via email. That template must be used to submit your paper. Detailed instructions regarding paper format and presentation requirements will be posted on the submission site after you receive the notification of abstract acceptance.
The Program Committee will assign each paper to a session upon acceptance of the completed paper. The paper will be assigned to a Technical Session or Blasters Forum Poster Session. Some authors will have the option to present in both. (Space is limited.)
Papers must be submitted and presented in English, the official language of the Conference.
Notification of acceptance or rejection of abstracts will be sent by May 14, 2023.
April 28, 2023: Last day for submission of abstract-- NO DEADLINE EXTENSIONS
May 14, 2023: Notification of abstract acceptance
July 14, 2023: Last day for submission of completed paper -- NO DEADLINE EXTENSIONS
September 1, 2023: Notification of final paper acceptance
September 29, 2023: Conference registration deadline for authors