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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

 

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT: 

MARCH 21, 2014

 

Step-by-Step Guide for Developing and Submitting an Abstract:

 

 

Step 1:  Choose an issue/technology/project that is relevant and informative to the power generation industry, either from the list of suggestions, or propose your own industry-related topic.

Step 2:  Choose the presentation method – Paper or Panel

 

Topic Presentation Guidelines  

  • Estimated presentation length - 15-22 minutes, including Q & A time.
  • Submission of a manuscript to conference management is required in advance of POWER-GEN International to enable publication in the on-line conference proceedings.
  • Complimentary Registration - One presenter per selected manuscript presentation is eligible for complimentary ‘Full Delegate’ registration to POWER-GEN International, which includes admission to the exhibit hall and conference, Keynote Session, Plenary Session, Mega-Sessions, two delegate luncheons, exhibit hall reception and access to the on-line conference proceedings.

 

Panel Discussion Guidelines

  • Panel submissions must contain content for a complete two-hour panel discussion, including a moderator and a minimum of three confirmed panelists.
  • Panel sessions are a less structured environment and allow conference attendees to interact with the panelists.
  • Panelists are not required to submit a manuscript, but each panelist is encouraged to deliver a short 10-minute presentation.
  • Complimentary Registration: Up to 5 panelists per selected panel discussion are eligible for complimentary ‘Full Delegate’ registration to POWER-GEN International, which includes admission to the exhibit hall and conference, Keynote Session, Plenary Session, Mega-Sessions, two delegate luncheons, exhibit hall floor reception and access to the on-line conference proceedings.

 

Step 3:  Develop a well-written, concise synopsis of your proposed presentation topic that addresses all key points of issue/project/technology, not to exceed 2,000 characters including spaces in length.

                                                                 

Step 4:  ONLINE SUBMISSION:  Abstracts are now submitted online at www.power-gen.com - click on Submit an Abstract or CPC Proposal located on the left side of the Conference page. 

 

Please fill out all appropriate fields; abstract submission process will not be completed without including all required information.

 

  • State whether the topic has been previously presented and if so, when and at what conference.
  • Indicate what topic categories the topic would best be suited.
  • Include complete name, title, company, address, telephone numbers, e-mail and biography not to exceed 1,500 characters including spaces for all authors or panelists, as necessary. 
  • Identify the designated speaker should your abstract be selected for presentation.

 

Once the abstract has been submitted, an automatic email response will be sent to confirm POWER-GEN International conference management has received it.  Please print this as well as retain the email for your records.

 

No abstracts will be accepted for consideration after the March 21, 2014 deadline.

 

         

 

QUESTIONS or SUBMISSION Problems: 

Jan Simpson

POWER-GEN International Conference Manager

Phone: +1-918-831-9736; Email:  pgiconference@pennwell.com

 

 

 

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT:

MARCH 21, 2014

 

 

TEACH A PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

 

Use your expertise to help attendees take an in-depth look at specific industry hot topics by teaching a 4-, 8- or 16-hour workshop.  These courses are designed to help power generation professionals learn more about technologies, workforce issues, policy, best practices and cost-effective ways to conduct business in the power industry.  Use your expertise to teach a specialized course and enhance your professional credentials in the process! 

 

 

INTERESTED IN TEACH A COURSE?

Submit your proposal for a Competitive Power College (CPC) by clicking on Submit or Edit an Abstract or CPC Proposal on the POWER-GEN International website’s Conference Page.

 

Deadline to submit a proposal:  March 21, 2014

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