ISA issues Call for Papers for Automation Week 2010
February 7, 2010 - The Technical Program Committee of ISA Automation Week 2010: Technology and Solutions Event has issued a Call for Papers inviting authors, experts, innovators, and automation professionals to submit abstracts for presentation consideration at the conference to be held in Houston, TX, 4-7 October 2010.
ISA Automation Week 2010: Technology and Solutions Event is a knowledge-focused event that will bring top professionals in automation and control together for an intensive technical conference and networking opportunity with key industry suppliers. Sessions will be educational and applications-based, rich in content, and delivered by subject-matter experts in each field.
The Call for Papers for the event solicits abstracts that cover topics for the following seven tracks, as they relate to automation:
- Automation and Control
- Wireless and Networking
- Professional Development/Human Asset Optimization
The deadline for abstract submittals for consideration to present is 16 April 2010.
Gerald Cockrell, ISA Automation Week Technical program co-chairman, said, “This is a new event and we’re looking for cutting-edge, groundbreaking, in-depth papers with a heavy educational focus that will give conferees an edge in their workplaces or careers.” “We want conferees to walk away from Automation Week with insights, knowledge, and product updates that will make their jobs more efficient, make their plants safer, more secure, and more productive. Our exhibit area is an important part of that vision, as the onsite technical exhibit personnel will complement the theory presented during sessions with applications and real-world products,” he continued.
A groundbreaking new feature that will assist attendees in navigating through the dozens of options within the program is ISA's new professional tool, PathFinder. Five professional groups, or paths, offer a unique combination of sessions that will enable attendees to shape a learning experience suited to their individual job functions and professional goals. The five paths are: Technicians, Engineers, Management, Marketing, and Academia/R&D/Scientists.
Founded in 1945, The International Society of Automation is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that is setting the standard for automation by helping over 30,000 worldwide members and other professionals solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities. Based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, ISA develops standards; certifies industry professionals; provides education and training; publishes books and technical articles; and hosts conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals. ISA is the founding sponsor of The Automation Federation.
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