2018 ISA Analysis Division Symposium (AD) | April 22, 2018 - April 26, 2018 | Automation.com

2018 ISA Analysis Division Symposium (AD)

Event Summary

DATE:
April 22, 2018 - April 26, 2018
LOCATION:
Galveston, TX
START DATE/TIME:
April 22, 2018
END DATE/TIME:
April 26, 2018
EVENT TYPE:
HOST:
ISA Analysis Division
PHONE:
919-549-8411
WEBSITE:
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Description

Spring rolls around, and here in Texas that means it is getting warmer, and more humid as we once again drive towards the heat of a steamy Gulf Coast summer.  It also means that annual gathering of the analysis community [the ISA Analysis Division Symposium] is about to take place, this year at the seaside resort of Galveston, TX. We have a full program in place and hope you all will be able to join this great group of dedicated professionals.  Don’t forget to stay for the Thursday roundtable and panel discussion on the topic of what future AD Symposia could look like, it’s your chance to talk directly to the organizing committee about how we could evolve to meet the needs of our Division.  See you next month

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