Source: ETEBA | Release | May 27, 2021
The Energy, Technology, and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA)’s 2021 Business Opportunities and Technical Conference (BOTC) is scheduled for October 5-7, 2021 and will offer pre-recorded technical presentations that will be featured concurrently throughout the business opportunity sessions during the conference. The process allows questions to be submitted for each speaker with written responses published to the ETEBA website within 7 days following the conference.
These technical sessions offer an exceptional opportunity to showcase specialized technical expertise and unique technological advances, and to share lessons learned and/or the successful management and completion of technically challenging projects. We encourage ETEBA members, conference participants, and subject matter experts to take this opportunity to share your technical expertise and project successes with your technical peers, potential teaming partners, and most notably, existing, or potential clients. This year, potential topics of interest could include:
- Advance Collaboration – Digital Tools for Performance Optimization
- End State Contracting – Implementing a Closure-Based Approach
- Emerging Contaminants – Polyfluoroalkyl Substances
- Brownfield Redevelopment – Removing Challenges
- Asset Allocation – Development, Modernization, Monitoring
Beyond these, we welcome your suggestions which may be technical-, logistical- or execution-based while contributing to the overall goal of DOE EM and DOE NNSA for performance improvement.
To take advantage of this terrific opportunity, please submit a 200 – 250-word abstract to Paul Preston (email@example.com) on behalf of the BOTC Technical Review Committee by Friday COB, August 27, 2021! Presenters will be notified if their papers have been accepted by Friday, September 10th. Abstracts will be available to conference participants online following the BOTC.
Presentations must be in Widescreen PowerPoint format, and all videos must be embedded in the presentation. Thirty minutes will be allotted for each presentation. We encourage you to share this announcement with your technical staff and project managers so that they can take this opportunity to demonstrate your company’s unique technical capabilities and experience to your professional peers, business partners, and clients in this section of the BOTC.
TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT Please submit your abstracts to Paul Preston by Friday, August 27, to be considered for a presentation. ETEBA looks forward to seeing you this Fall for the BOTC 2021!