Abstracts for posters Automation Week 2011

The International Society of Automation (ISA) is accepting abstracts for presenting technical topics as Poster Sessions at ISA Automation Week 2011: Technology and Solutions Event until 12 August 2011.

ISA Automation Week will take place 17–20 October 2011 in Mobile (AL US). The technical conference is to feature the following eight technical conference tracks that are centered on key issues facing the automation and control market:

  • Advance Process Control Techniques
  • Analysers
  • Automation and Control
  • System Design
  • Energy
  • Human Asset Optimization
  • Installation, Operations, and Maintenance
  • Safety and Security
  • Wireless Technology and Applications

All eight technical conference tracks will offer topics appropriate for each of the following job functions: Academia/Scientist and R&D, Engineer, Management, Marketing and Technician. When preparing abstracts, professionals should focus their content on a specific technical conference track and consider for which job function their paper or presentation is best suited.

Paper topics for Poster Sessions must have content applicable to attendees who are looking for depth of information within the technical conference track or for breadth of subject matter across multiple tracks according to job function. Specific topics in each technical conference track area are listed online here, while here’s  how to submit an abstract for consideration.

he Poster Sessions will be held on the Supplier Showcase floor Wednesday, 19 October, and Thursday, 20 October.

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