11099FW: Reminder: Call for Oral & Poster Presentation Ideas - Submit Now
- Feb 3, 2012
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Call for Oral & Poster Presentations
Deadline: April 6th, 2012
Submit an Abstract and Present at the Largest Algal Biomass Conference in the World!
The Algal Biomass Organization is now accepting abstracts for speaking opportunities in breakout or panel sessions and poster presentations for the 2012 Algae Biomass Summit. Abstracts are due by April 6th, 2012. All subjects of relevance to algal biomass technologies, both for macro- and micro-algae, will be considered.
The large number of abstracts submitted last year was unprecedented. This year we expect an even higher number of abstract submissions, making the acceptance process more competitive. We urge you to submit your presentations early and follow the guidelines that are listed on the abstract submission page.
Why submit an abstract?
If selected to speak you’ll:
1. Speakers receive a $300 discount on a full registration to the event
2. Network at the world’s largest gathering of algal thought leaders
3. Be promoted to thousands through event emails and website
4. Gain additional credibility throughout the industry
5. Find new opportunities for your product, service or research
“Invaluable information for all kinds of aspects of the whole algae industry.”
-Linxing Yao, Iowa State University
“The ABO summit provided the right mix of industry, academia, and interested investors, committed to building and expanding the role of algae in biofuels, feeds, and products. Collaborations and partnerships developed at ABO will influence the field and industry for decades to come.”
-Ryan Dorland, Ph.D., Cellana LLC
“It was one of the best conferences I've attended.”
-Lauro André Ribeiro, University of Coimbra
Abstracts should fit into one of the following four primary topic areas and 1-4 secondary topic areas.
Primary Topic Areas:
3. Engineering and Analysis
4. Finance and Policy
Secondary Topic Areas:
A. Fundamental science and research
B. Genetics and genetically modified algae
C. Algae-strain development, selection and breeding
D. Developments in micro and macro-algae science
E. Other research in applied algae science (all areas)
F. Crop protection
G. Algae cultures
H. Macro- and micro-algae market development
I. Market and business development research
J. Marketing strategy with algae-based products
K. New product development – case studies
L. Developing commercial scale production
M. End-user development and partnerships
N. Project siting and facility co-location
O. Carbon capture and CO2 recycling
P. Waste water remediation
Q. Biofuels, jet fuel, green crude, biodiesel
R. Food, feed and nutraceuticals
S. Bioplastics and chemicals
U. Production processes including open pond systems, photo bioreactors, and fermentation
V. Harvesting and dewatering technologies
W. Extraction, processing and conversion to end products
X. Remediation systems
Y. Compositional Analysis Methods
Z. Life cycle analysis and techno-economic modeling
AA. Tax and legislative initiatives, US national and state and international
BB. Product standards
CC. Federal and State tax and legislative initiatives
DD. Government agency programs and funding
EE. Project financing
FF. Early stage and Venture Financing
GG. Pathway to an Initial Public Offering
HH. Intellectual Property competition and collaboration
II. Joint Ventures and Strategic Partnerships
JJ. International Project Development and Financing
KK. REIT’s, MLP’s and other non-traditional financing models
LL. Investment and production tax credits and loan guarantees
MM. Industry stakeholder initiatives
OO. Regulatory policy
PP. Technology and feedstock parity
QQ. Comparing algae to oil for policy and incentives
RR. Permitting and land management
Abstracts are due to ABO by April 6, 2012.
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