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Call for Abstracts, Presentations, and Posters

Call for Abstracts, Presentations, and Posters

Abstract submissions due:

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

The following topics are solicited for abstracts, but not limited to:

Advanced Combustion Technologies

  • In-Cylinder Efficiency Improvements and Emissions Reductions
  • Advanced Fuel Injection Equipment and Controls
  • Modeling and Analysis

High-Efficiency Engine Technologies

  • Thermal Efficiency Improvement and Emissions Compliance
  • Development Challenges for Light-Duty Diesel Engines
  • Turbo-Compounding Systems and Bottoming Cycles
  • Engine Down-Sizing
  • Propulsion Materials

Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants

  • Customized Fuels vs. "Smart Engines"
  • New Feedstocks for Diesel and Gasoline Fuels and Fuel Blends
  • Impact of Ethanol, Shale Oil, and Oil Sands on Fuel Properties
  • Properties and Quality Control Issues for Biodiesel Blends
  • Lube Oil Additive's Effect on Aftertreatment Devices
  • Lubricant's Role in Improving Engine Efficiency
  • Alternative Fuels Issues

Emission Control Technologies

  • NOx and PM Emission Control Technologies
  • Performance/Durability Issues
  • Urea Quality, Infrastructure, Cost, Distribution, and Anti-Tampering Issues
  • Idle Reduction Technologies
  • Heavy-Duty Hybrid Powertrain Technologies
  • Mobile Source Air Toxics (MATS)

Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications

  • Thermoelectric Generator Development
  • Scale-Up of High-Efficiency Nanoscale Thermoelectric Materials
  • Thermoelectric HVAC Systems

Abstract submissions will be selected based on the following criteria:

  • Pertinence of the reported work to the objective of high-efficiency clean combustion engine technologies
  • Approach being pursued
  • Progress achieved on the project
  • Interest to the advanced combustion engine and emission control community
  • How the proposed technology advances the state-of-the-art of combustion engine efficiency and/or compliance with emissions regulations
  • Timeliness (late-breaking news)

All submissions should be proofread carefully as each abstract will be published as submitted. Please indicate the session name in the subject line of your e-mail and a contact name and phone number for communicating acceptance status.

About DEER 2010

The 2010 Directions in Engine-Efficiency and Emissions Research (DEER) Conference will be held at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan, from September 27-30, 2010. DEER 2010 is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Vehicle Technologies (OVT) and is DOE's primary mechanism for the public exchange of state-of-the-art combustion engine research and development. The range of R&D to be covered at DEER 2010 will include diesel engine-efficiency and emissions research along with more presentations and posters on homogeneous charge compression ignition, gasoline direct-injection technology, and alternative fuels.

DOE will showcase its cooperatively funded R&D with its partners, national laboratories, the Nation's passenger and commercial transportation industry, universities, and other national and international organizations. DEER fosters the exchange of information and best practices through presentations and posters from new and on-going engine R&D and networking with industry colleagues.

Presentations and posters will be selected by an open competition. Abstract submissions are due by Tuesday, May 18, 2010. Authors will be notified by Thursday, July 1, 2010, regarding acceptance. We are soliciting one-page abstracts from which a team of leading principal investigators in the field of engine research will select 60 20-minute oral-only presentations to be given in the sessions below. We will also be selecting an additional 75 abstracts for 2-minute poster presentations, followed by a poster sessions during the evening receptions.


The use of company logos or trade names should be avoided on any audio-visual aids used in conjunction with your DEER 2010 presentation. Presentations at the DEER conference are intended to discuss technical issues with the audience. Commercialization is not permitted. Your company affiliation will be included in your introduction.

Abstract Format

  • Maximum of one 8½" × 11" page or A4-size page
  • Microsoft Word 2003 or 2007 files only
  • The one-page limit includes graphics and illustrations
  • All margins are 1" (2.5 cm)
  • Preferred font for body text is 11-point Times New Roman

At the top right-hand corner of the abstract:

  • Identify principal investigator(s) and affiliations
  • Underline the presenter's name
  • Identify preferred session for your presentation

To Submit

For further submission instructions, frequently asked questions, and to submit your abstract, please see the 2010 DEER Conference information on the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Web site. Please e-mail any questions to deerabstracts@orise.orau.gov.

For Additional Information

Abstract submission process:
Margaret Lyday

Conference agenda and technical content:
John Fairbanks, DEER 2010 Technical Chair

Conference registration and logistics:
C.J. Stermer, Registration Manager

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