Zuken Innovation World 2016 Submission Deadline Draws Near


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Time’s running out to submit your presentation for Zuken Innovation World 2016, to be held April 18-20, 2016 in San Diego. This year's theme is Zuken University, with a shift toward classroom-style interactive sessions with smaller audiences.  A session can range from design tutorials to emerging trends. Please submit your session topic today, before time runs out.

Call for Presentations Guidelines

• The deadline for final submission is December 11, 2015.

• Zuken users, partners, technologists and invited guests may submit a proposal for a presentation at Zuken Innovation World 2016. You may present more than one presentation, however, you must submit a separate proposal for each.

• Presentations are 30 minutes in length.

• A submission requires a Presentation title (10 words or less) and Presentation summary (150 words)

• Summaries should contain enough detail to clearly convey the material to be covered during the presentation. Be sure to include information about what attendees should expect to gain by attending.

• Government and company clearance to present and publish should be final at the time of submission.

• Summaries and biographies may be edited for the printed program to accommodate length requirements or to improve readability.

To submit your presentation, click here.

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