The IAMOT 2016 first Call for Papers is now available. The conference will be in Orlando in Orlando, Florida, USA, May 15-19, 2016.
Information and Guidelines for Abstract-2016
Submission of Abstracts (on or before): November 1, 2015
Notification of Acceptance (by or before):January 1, 2016
Submission of Full Paper:February 15, 2016
Notification of Paper Acceptance/Revision:March 1, 2016
Final Version: April 1, 2016
Watch for updates on the conference web site, http://iamot2016.org (in progress).
And use the easychair system for submissions: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iamot2016
IAMOT announced that Prof. Leon Pretorius and Prof. Tinus Pretorius are the winners of the IAMOT 2015 Service awards.
Prof Leon Pretorius Prof Tinus Pretorius
The IAMOT “Service to the MOT Community” Award is awarded for “Valuable contribution to the MOT community. Nominations are from the membership and selection is by the award committee. Award recipient receives a plaque, a certificate, recognition by the IAMOT, letter to his/ her organization, waiver for the conference fee, and one year IAMOT membership.
Dr. John Aje, the president of IAMOT, in his letter to the winners “It gives me a great pleasure to inform you that the IAMOT Service Award Committee has selected you as the recipients of 2015 Service Award in recognition of your several years of dedication and service to the MOT Community culminating in one of the most successful IAMOT annual conferences, in Cape Town this year. You will be given this recognition and award during the 2016 Conference in Florida. Congratulations!!!”
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