Call For Posters

2022 Call For Posters

Our 2022 conference will feature a poster session for undergraduate and graduate students who are conducting research on topics related to energy.

We invite students to submit a poster as an alternative to participating in our biennial event. The process for poster submission is open until August 31, 2022. Individuals will be notified of acceptance on a rolling basis, via email. Please check conference website for periodic updates.

Poster contributions are solicited to review recent developments, driven by both fundamental research and technology, in areas such as:

  • Advanced Buildings
  • Advanced Vehicle Technologies
  • Advances in Additive Manufacturing
  • Advances in Solar Energy
  • Advances in Urban Mobility
  • Alternative Transportation Fuels
  • Battery & Energy Storage
  • Bioenergy
  • Community Solar
  • Emerging Smart Grid Technologies
  • Energy Cybersecurity
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Future of the Electric Utility Industry: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Microgrids & Distributed Generation
  • Offshore Wind Energy
  • Role of Policy in Regional Energy Transitions
  • Smart Mobility & Connected Vehicles
  • The Future of Transmission



Open to both undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines and majors who are currently enrolled within institutions of higher learning within the 48 contiguous United States.

  • Students with accepted posters will attend the Thursday Evening Poster Session, September 8, 2022, from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm, for FREE as well as visiting AEC exhibitors.
  • The abstract will be the basis for poster selection, and we advise authors to focus on describing the salient aspects concisely.
  • Posters should be visually stimulating and have images and graphs as appropriate.


Please check the conference website for periodic updates.

Individuals will be notified of acceptance on a rolling basis and no later than September 1, 2022 via email. Further instructions (poster specifications, prize amounts, etc.) will be provided after the abstract is reviewed/approved. Limit of 100 posters to be accepted.

An awards committee consisting of faculty judges will conduct a review of all student posters and select all winners.


Contact Carol Duprez at with any questions.