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ISA Announces POWID Symposium
May 8, 2008

This summer, the International Society for Measurement & Control (ISA) will host the 18th Annual Joint ISA Power Industry Division/Electric Power Research Institute (POWID/EPRI) Controls and Instrumentation Conference and the 51st Annual POWID Division Symposium. The annual event will be held from June 8-13, 2008 at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort and Villas in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The theme for this conference is “The Pathway to Power Automation for the 2010 Decade” and the conference will provide power industry leaders with information on the latest innovations in instrumentation, automation, security and business systems technology. The conference brings together industry professionals in the power generation field with a primary focus on instrumentation and controls.

Over 50 technical papers and presentations during joint sessions with fossil and nuclear focus are anticipated to be presented during the symposium, making it the largest single event of its type. Additional schedule items include:

  • The Opening Night Reception
  • Keynote messages from industry leaders
  • ISA and industry training sessions
  • EPRI Interest Group Meeting
  • ISA Power Plant Standards working group meetings
  • Honors and Awards Banquet
  • Vendor exhibits by key suppliers

Delivering the Conference Welcome Address is ISA President Kim Miller-Dunn and among other distinguished speakers, Harsh Chitale, vice president Strategy and Global Marketing, Honeywell Process Solutions, and Glen Reeves, manager, Power Generation Salt River Project are scheduled to deliver the Conference Keynote Address and the Conference Honors and Awards Address, respectively.

Exhibits and sponsorship opportunities are also available. Contact Rodney Jones, ISA Senior Administrator, Technical Division & Symposia at (919) 990-9418.

For more information, or to register for the event, visit or call (919) 549-8411.

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