About ISA Automation Week 2012
ISA Automation Week 2012 is an extensive technical conference and supplier exhibition. It serves as the premier annual gathering of process and discrete automation and control professionals to network and benefit from their collective experience and expertise. Engineers, technicians, management—anyone involved in automation, instrumentation, and controls will find the program content compelling and current. Attendees will hear from industry legends and learn about the future technologies and techniques in their field. An extensive exhibition will feature leading suppliers and vendors who support and serve automation professionals with products, services, and technical data. Poster sessions, standards briefings, and technology solutions theaters along with networking receptions and special events will round out an exceptional program.
Who should attend ISA Automation Week?
If you are automation and control professional working within continuous process, discrete, and hybrid manufacturing environments this is THE conference for you. Our technical content covers basic to advanced topics relevant to several job functions: technicians, engineers, management, researchers, scientists, even marketing and sales professionals.
This is the one conference customized for you, with useable, relevant information to help you in your every day job—and give your personal career a boost.
Who are the ISA Automation Week 2012 Program Committee Members and Technical Track Chairs?
Ken Baker—former ISA President
Vice Program Chair
Alison Smith—Aspen Technologies
Program Committee Members
Jeff Arbogast—Air Liquide
Gerald Cockrell—Indiana State University
Barry Young—ARC Advisory Group
Dean Ford—Glenmount Global Solutions
Control Performance: George Buckbee, ExperTune
Asset Performance: John Mitchell
Human Performance: Maurice Wilkins, Yokogawa
Safety/Environmental Performance: Paul Studebaker, Putman Media
Security Technology: Graham Speake, Yokogawa
Wireless Technology: Brad Carlberg, Invensys
Poster Sessions: Mitchell Sepaugh, Cleveland Community College
What is included with my full conference registration?
Your full conference registration to ISA Automation Week includes:
- Access to exclusive, engineer-led Walt Disney World underground tour (separate fee applies)
- Keynote addresses and General Session
- Technical Sessions, including poster sessions
- Technician Day Workshops access (on a space available basis)
- Solutions Provider Showcase, including Technology Solutions Theater Presentations
- All scheduled meals, including networking breaks, lunches, and receptions
- Online access to conference proceedings