TechConnect World, an event bringing together the leaders in technology development and product integration in cleantech, nanotech, biotech and MEMS announced the December 11th deadline for technology abstracts and business presentations.
Now in its 14th year, TechConnect World, in association with the Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI), and the Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization (CTSI), will bring together over 5,000 attendees from industry, research and government June 21-25 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
Focused on commercialization, the conference and expo is attended and sponsored by top organizations looking for the latest innovations, best practices, market updates and most promising research trends. Sponsors include: Accenture, Applied Materials, Austin Energy, Belgian Trade Commission, AC-Net/City of Anaheim, Lockheed Martin, National Grid, SDG&E, and the US Department of Energy.
Speakers include participants from most every major technical university, corporate and government lab globally. Additionally meet with our growing list of corporate representatives and exhibitors from BASF, Merck, Dow, Sanyo, Samsung, P&G, Panasonic, Kodak, Honda, GlaxoSmithKline, Omron, bp, Medtronic, Toray, NETZSCH, EnerNOC, Hielscher USA, PANalytical, and many other global firms.
Available presentation opportunities for Clean Technology, Nanotech, Microtech, Biotech include:
- Technical abstracts – top researchers from institutions worldwide submit for presentation opportunities in energy, water, solar, semiconductors, energy storage, advanced materials, green chemistry, LEDs, modeling & simulation, MEMS/NEMS. For a full list go to www.techconnectworld.com/World2010/participate/authors/
- Market analysis, business strategy, policy overview, industrial application profile, case study – submit your presentation proposal for consideration at: www.techconnectworld.com/World2010/participate/companies/
- Early stage venture presentation or intellectual property showcase presentations - www.techconnectworld.com/Summit2010/
- Preview announcement: Companies targeting utility & municipal customers will have the opportunity to present in the Utility Technology Challenge. Program details to be released December 8th.
TechConnect World will draw over 5,000 attendees from over 70 countries, across major industry segments and along the technology path – from research to implementation. The event will host more than 300 companies, universities, equipment manufacturers, international development authorities, solutions providers and national laboratories. Exhibitors will meet with thousands of prospects and potential buyers, who come to the expo to evaluate the latest technology and services. For information on exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities, please visit: www.techconnectworld.com
The Clean Technology & Sustainable Industries Organization (CTSI), a 501c6 non-profit industry association, represents the organizations developing, commercializing, and implementing energy, water, and environmental technologies. Clean technologies offer much needed solutions to growing resource security and sustainability concerns and are critical to maintaining economic competitiveness. CTSI brings together global leaders for advocacy, community development, networking, and information sharing to help bring these needed technologies to market more rapidly. Visit www.ct-si.org for more information.
The Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI; www.nsti.org) advances and integrates nano and other advanced technologies through education, conventions, business publishing, and research services. NSTI produces the annual TechConnect World (Nano, Micro, BioNano and Clean Technologies) Conferences and Expo, which attracts more than 5,000 industrial, academic, business and governmental attendees from around the word. It is the world’s largest gathering of emerging technology providers, investors and corporate developers all focused specifically on the commercialization of advanced technologies. NSTI was founded in 1997 as a result of the merger between various scientific societies, and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with offices in California and Switzerland.