Work is beginning on the next ATE Impacts book, which will be published next February. The book features both ATE centers and select ATE projects, and we would appreciate your help in finding projects that have been doing particularly interesting and innovative work, to feature in the new book. (You can nominate your own project.)
You can see some of the projects that were included in the 2020-2021 edition here: ateimpacts.net/flipbook/20/
To nominate a project to be featured, please use the following form: www.research.net/r/projectnominations
For those of you involved with an ATE center, please note that you will be hearing from our project coordinator Ray Perry soon, as we start collecting your information for the next edition.
Input from the community is key to making the book successful, and we look forward to your project nominations and participation as we put together the new publication.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions. Thank you in advance for your help with this!