[SNEC] Call for Presentations for SNEC Workshop on "Structure"
Sun, 19 Dec 2004 23:46:33 -0500
Synergeticists of the NorthEast Corridor
SUNY Oswego, Department of Technology
Present SNEC's Third Annual Summer Workshop
a two day hands-on workshop
* * * on * * *
Saturday 23 July 2004, 9AM - 5PM (Registration: 8 AM)
Sunday 24 July 2004, 9AM - 5PM
Department of Technology, Design Studio
Wilber Hall, Design Studio, Room 350
Workshop Fee: $90 ($60 for students).
Representative Workshop Topics:
Presentations should relate to the concept of structure in some way.
We interpret the concept of structure in its broadest terms ("A
structure is a self-stabilizing energy-event complex." Synergetics,
600.02). Representative topics include architecture, model-building,
atomic, molecular, and biological structures, theories of structure,
mathematical structures, educational, business, social and political
structures, etc. Of course, some relationship to Synergetics ought
to be included.
Call for Presentations:
SNEC is seeking presentations for this summer's workshop on Structure.
We are looking for several presentations for 2-3 hour activity-oriented
workshops. There will also be slots in the schedule for several
shorter (45 minute) lecture-style presentations. A review panel will
make recommendations to help presenters adapt their concept for the
facilities in Oswego and for the interests and background of likely
If you want to give a presentation please send the following documents
to cjf@CJFearnley.com by the indicated due dates.
Statement of interest: Due 1 March 2005
The statement of interest should provide the title of the presentation,
the amount of time needed, a preliminary estimate of costs for
materials, and a paragraph long abstract describing the presentation.
Presentation Outline: Due 1 June 2005
Include an updated "statement of interest" (including a "final"
estimate of costs for materials) as well as a detailed outline of
topics to be covered.
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