Call for Projects

100th Annual Meeting - Digital Aptitudes

ACSA 100th Annual Meeting
March 1-4, 2012 in Boston, MA
Host School: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Co-chairs: Mark Goulthorpe, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Amy Murphy, University of Southern California

Submissions are now closed for the 100th ACSA Annual Meeting Call for Projects. Thank you to all who submitted!

Poster submission deadline EXTENDED:
November 2, 2011

A jury of our most forward-thinking educators, scholars and practitioners will curate the most provocative poster proposals into themes and will lead a panel discussion during the conference on the role of education in opening up our minds to the future. ACSA is pleased to announce the panel of distinguished jurors for the 100th Annual Meeting Call for Projects:

Julia Czerniak (Chair) Associate Professor, Syracuse University 
Dana Cuff, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles
Preston Scott Cohen, Professor, Harvard University
Ammar Eloueini, Professor, Tulane University
Amy Murphy, Associate Professor University of Southern California

In celebration of the 100th and in anticipation of the next 100th, this year's poster sessions will focus on the future. We seek submissions that explore the NEXT in architecture, landscape, design, disaster, ecology, society, space and technology. 

  •     ARCHITECTURE    
  •     DESIGN
  •     DISASTER
  •     ECOLOGY
  •     SOCIETY
  •     SPACE
  •     OPEN

Submission Requirements

Authors will submit a 500-word abstract and a PDF or JPEG of the poster (not to exceed 20” x 30” portrait orientation). Abstracts need to be formatted for blind peer review, as well as the posters. Accepted poster authors will have a 20” x 30” (portrait orientation) space on a tack board on which to post materials. Authors must stand at their posters during presentation time to discuss them with other participants. Posters are not required to be mounted; a flat tackable surface and tacks will be provided. Other materials for presentation are the responsibility of the authors.

Accepted authors will be notified in December 2011 and must register for the conference by January 18, 2012 in order to be included in the poster proceedings.


Anyone interested in participating in the conference is eligible to submit a project. Nonmembers may submit by paying a nominal fee.

Poster presenter registration deadline: January 18

Please contact Jonathan Halpin, with questions ( 202/785 2324 x2)