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Austin, TX, United States, 2007/06/18 - The 19th International Engineering Management Conference will be held in Austin, Texas, from July 29 through Aug. 1. Featuring the World of Engineering Expo, it will host more than 400 engineering and management professionals and academic - IEMC07.org.
Engineering and Management Professionals, Academia and Government Entities Convene During Managing Creativity… the Rise of the Creative Class Conference
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., (IEEE) the world’s leading professional association on the advancement of technology, today announced its flagship event the 19th International Engineering Management Conference (IEMC 2007) will be held in Austin, Texas. The four day event, which includes the World of Engineering Expo, will bring more than 400 engineering and management professionals and academics from around the world to discuss key engineering management topics.
The IEMC 2007 agenda will focus on best ways to use the human side of creativity, innovation, and change management to address today’s issues of corporate revitalization and growth. IEMC 2007 also features the World of Engineering Expo, an exhibition and interactive learning area showcasing new technologies, training and solutions.
The event, which enables participants to gain completion of annual CEU and ethics workshop requirements, has a packed agenda filled with inspiring keynote speakers, a host of tutorials on outsourcing, IP, and managing large complex projects, and an array of new research findings and applicable tools for more effective engineering management.
“We are thrilled to offer a world class event for all levels of engineering interest,” said Dr. Tony Ambler, IEMC 2007 General Chair and Chairman, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering at The University of Texas. “This inspiring event is abundant with new ideas and new management approaches as well as networking potential.”
The event will be hosted at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa. Accommodations will be on site and registration is available online at lifelong.engr.utexas.edu/. The deadline for special rates is June 26.
General Information about the conference can be found online, by phone at 512-471-3506 and by email: clee[.]engr.utexas.edu
The IEEE Engineering Management Society (EMS) directs its efforts toward advancing the practice of engineering and technology management as a professional discipline, encouraging theory development for managing organizations with a high engineering or technical content, and promoting management transitioning and high professional standards among its members. The IEEE Engineering Management Society offers many outstanding opportunities.