ISA's 2016 Process Control and Safety Symposium and Exhibition draws more than 300 attendees
The 2016 ISA Process Control and Safety Symposium and Exhibition, held 7-10 November in Houston, Texas, drew more than 300 attendees to explore solutions to the varied challenges facing process measurement and control professionals in chemical and energy processing, pulp and paper, and other process industry sectors.
Uniting the global expertise of seven ISA technical divisions and with the support of ISA's Houston Section, the symposium featured: three outstanding keynote addresses; the perspectives of more than 100 process automation industry experts; interactive panel discussions and tutorials; a wide range of vendor demonstrations and exhibits; two ISA training courses; lively networking opportunities; and other value-packed activities.
For more details, read the recent ISA press release on the event.
Abstract submissions for next year's ISA Food and Pharmaceutical Industries (FPID) Symposium due by 9 January 2017
Next year's FPID Symposium, to be held 16-17 May in Boston, Massachusetts, will focus on how automation can address the impact of increased regulation, manufacturing costs, and security threats in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries.
Authors, innovators, and thought leaders are encouraged to submit abstracts for possible presentations. Get more information about key presentation topics, important deadlines and details, visit the FPID website.
Authors and innovators encouraged to submit abstracts for ISA's 60th Power Industry Division (POWID) Symposium by 27 January 2017
The Program Committee of the 60th Annual ISA Power Industry Division (POWID) Symposium, to be held 27-29 June 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio, invites authors, innovators, thought leaders and other professionals in the power-generation industry to submit abstracts for presentation consideration at the conference. The abstract submission deadline is 27 January 2017.
ISA's POWID Symposium is the largest conference dedicated to automation, control systems, and instrumentation in the power generation industry. For more information about key presentation topics, important deadlines and details, and more, view the CFP pdf.