33rd Annual Meeting


Sunday – Friday, November 4 – November 9, 2018
Red Rock Casino • Resort • Spa
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Conference Chair:
Kate M. Medicus, Ruda Cardinal, Inc.

Call for Poster Papers

The 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Precision Engineering will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Attendees of the Meeting have the opportunity to learn the basics of precision engineering through an engaging tutorial program. The technical oral and poster presentations will provide the state-of-the-art research results in the field. Attendees will also learn about current commercial offerings at the exhibition. Student attendees have a special opportunity to participate in the Student Challenge to practice and hone their precision engineering skills.

The Meeting will be held at the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada. This location provides a wonderful space for networking, learning, and generating new precision engineering ideas. What you learn at this Meeting will go home with you, as new ideas and new avenues of research are are strong outcomes of the ASPE Annual Meeting.

Papers for the oral and poster technical presentations are being solicited in the following areas:

  • Micro and Nano Technologies
  • Precision Manufacturing Machines and Technologies
  • Metrology Systems and Techniques
  • Characterization, Data Reduction and Applications of Measurement Science
  • Controls and Mechatronics
  • Precision Design of Instruments and Machines

In addition to these specific areas, papers addressing other aspects of precision engineering are also encouraged. Papers addressing educational or historical aspects of precision are welcome too.

Student Involvement

Students in the field of precision engineering are highly encouraged to participate in the Meeting. All students are encouraged to apply for the competitive scholarships, which offset the cost the Meeting attendance and travel with a financial award.

The Student Challenge will return this year with another interesting and stimulating hands-on precision engineering problem to be solved by a team of students. All students attending are encouraged to form or join a team and participate. Contact the Society for more information.