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Early Career Technical Conference on Nov 2 – 3, 2012, Atlanta, Georgia

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Early Career Technical Conference
The Twelfth Annual Technical Conference ECTC 2012

November 2-3, 2012
Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

In today’s competitive engineering job market, in keeping with ASME’s mission of “promoting and enhancing the technical competency,” ECTC 2012 is a forum for enabling early-career engineers, graduate and undergraduate students to develop their “technical credentials” in line with their choice of engineering discipline.

ECTC 2012 helps develop written and verbal skills, teamwork, integrated thinking, and interdisciplinary skills with demonstrated technical performance to stand out among their peers.

Recognizing today’s Engineering Market Place and the impact of globalization, ECTC 2012 would be open to allied disciplines that overlap with Mechanical Engineering. For more information, see


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