2018 Analysis Division Symposium, Galveston, TX | ISA

Training: 22 & 26 April | Conference: 23-25 April GALVESTON, TX, USA

Innovative analytical techniques, developments, applications, and solutions by the sea.

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ISA 2018 Analysis Division Symposium

Join friends and colleagues in Galveston, Texas for the ISA 2018 Analysis Division Symposium! Attendees will gain he opportunity to hear from and engage with industry thought leaders and innovators, as well as meet with representatives of process analyzer manufacturers who will be showcasing their products/services and applications. 

The 2018 symposium event features expert presentations and speakers, valuable training courses, and informative technology forum and exhibition, and a wide range of social networking events. 

See photos from last year's event here.


Presentation Topics Include:

  • Chemical Analyzers
  • Gas Detectors
  • Systems Integration
  • Sampling Systems
  • Physical Properties
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Maintenance
  • Validation/Calibration
  • Spectroscopy
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Chromatography

Top 5 Reasons to Attend 

1. Meet and engage with leading analysis professionals and current thought leaders in the industry.

2. Discover the latest trends, technical updates and advances in analytical processes, techniques, and applications.

3. Participate in training opportunities, including information-packed courses and vendor-led workshops.

4. Attend thought-provoking keynote sessions delivered by industry leaders.

5. Network with process analyzer manufacturing and solution companies about new products and applications as a part of the vendor showcase.

AGENDA

Monday, 23 April:

7:30AM — 5:00PM Registration

7:00AM — 8:00AM Breakfast/Networking/Vendor Exhibits

8:00AM — 8:15AM General Session, Welcome and Introduction, Dr. Paul Barnard, AD Director

8:15AM — 9:45AM Session 1

9:45AM — 10:30AM Networking Break and Vendor Exhibits

10:30AM — 12:00PM Session 2

12:00PM — 1:15PM Lunch/Networking/Vendor Exhibits

1:15PM — 1:30PM General Session—Announcements

1:30PM — 2:45PM Session 3

2:45PM — 3:30PM Networking Break and Vendor Exhibits

3:30PM — 5:00PM Session 4

5:00PM Opening Night Reception/Networking and Exhibits/Industry Night 


Tuesday, 24 April:

7:30AM — 5:00PM Registration

7:00AM — 8:00AM Breakfast/Networking/Vendor Exhibits

8:00AM — 8:15AM General Session, Welcome and Introduction

8:15AM — 9:45AM Session 1

9:45AM — 10:30AM Networking Break and Vendor Exhibits

10:30AM — 12:00PM Session 2

12:00PM — 1:15PM Lunch/Networking/Vendor Exhibits

1:15PM — 1:30PM General Session—Announcements

1:30PM — 2:45PM Session 3

2:45PM — 3:30PM Networking Break and Vendor Exhibits

3:30PM — 5:00PM Session 4

5:00PM — 6:30PM Networking and Exhibits 

6:30PM - 8:00PM Banquet

Wednesday, 25 April:

7:30AM — 5:00PM Registration

7:00AM — 8:00AM Breakfast/Networking/Vendor Exhibits

8:00AM — 8:15AM General Session, Welcome and Introduction

8:15AM — 9:45AM Session 1

9:45AM — 10:30AM Networking Break and Vendor Exhibits

10:30AM — 12:00PM Session 2

12:00PM — 1:15PM Lunch/Networking/Vendor Exhibits

1:15PM — 1:30PM General Session—Announcements

1:30PM — 2:45PM Session 3

2:45PM — 3:30PM Networking Break and Vendor Exhibits

3:30PM — 5:00PM Session 4

5:00PM Networking and Exhibits


Thursday, 26 April:

Panel Discussion: What Will the AD Symposium Look Llike in 2025

8:00AM — 8:10AM Welcome and Opening Comments, Dr. Paul Barnard, AD Director 

8:10AM — 8:50AM Keynote Presentation: The ISA, Past Present, and Future, Dr. Paul Barnard, AD Director 

8:50AM — 9:20AM Local Leadership, Section, District, and How that Fits, Dale Merriman 

9:20AM — 10:00AM Networking Break 

10:00AM— 10:20AM Historical Perspective of AD, Dr. Paul Barnard, AD Director 

10:20AM — 10:35AM Vendor Point of View, Randy Hauer, Ametek 

10:35AM — 10:50AM Integrator/Services Point of View, Tim Kuiken 

10:50AM — 11:05AM End User Point of View, Wes Carter

 11:05AM — 11:30AM Proposed Technology Advances, Dr. Paul Barnard, AD Director 

11:30AM Q&A with Panel 

**Subject to change, as the final program is still under development.

Download the ISA AD Mobile App

This mobile event technology platform will allow attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors to navigate the event program and location, communicate and connect with other event participants, gather critical industry supplier information, share attendee experiences compete with fellow attendess for leaderboard statues, virutal drawings for prizes, AND MUCH MORE!

  • Click here to Download the Socio App on your iPhone or Android 
  • After the app is installed, you will need to sign up and setup you attendee profile 
  • Go to the Events Tab and select Search for an Event 
  • Enter (Search): 2018 Analysis Division Symposium 
  • Select Join Now and enter the passphrase: AD2018

Take advantage of one of the latest exposure opportunities for your company, by sponsoring the ISA technical conference event app!

Benefits include:

  • Name/logo on app image and login interface
  • Opportunity for three app push notifications prior to and during event about your company
  • Name/logo on leaderboard monitor at registration area
  • Contact information from all app participants for potential follow up
  • Name/logo on event website as event sponsor 
  • Opportunity to provide prize for app digital drawing (Additional Cost) 

For more information click on the Sponsors/Exhibitors tab to contact one of our event specialists today!

ATTENDANCE JUSTIFICATION TOOLKIT

Need help in justifying your attendance at this relevant, one-of-a-kind professional development? 

Get the justification you need for 2018 budget approvalith our Conference Attendance Toolkit (aka Convince Your Boss), which provides all the right information you need to prove ROI through your attendance to enhance your skills/expertise, make valuable contacts and bring back value to your organization following the event.


TECHNICAL TRAINING

Sunday, 22 April 8:00AM — 4:00PM Price: $150.00 

Fundamentals of Process Analyzers  

Fundamentals of Analyzer Engineering, Paul Cammarata Fundamentals of Spectroscopy, Phil Harris Fundamentals of Oxygen Analysis, Stuart Simmonds Fundamentals of Chromatography, Ulrich Gokeler Fundamentals of Sample Conditioning Systems, Michael Hoffman Fundamentals of Analyzer System Design, Troy Lewis 

Advanced Analyzer Course

Advanced Sample System Design, Tony Waters Chemometrics for Analyzers, Brian Rohrback

Thursday, 26 April 8:00AM – 4:00PM Price: $25.00 

Hands on Training by Registered Vendors 

ABB: PGC5000 and the STAR Analyzer Management System

Siemens: Maxum II Series (Gas Chromatographs)

Yokogawa: TDLS8000 Quick Startup, Troubleshooting and Maintenance and GC8000 (Gas Chromatograph) Operation and Maintenance 

Ametek: Close-Coupled Extractive Combustion Analyzers for Control & SIS Implementation (Models WDG-IV and WDG-V)

Servomex: 2700 Series Analyzers and 1910/2200 Paramagnetic Oxygen Analyzers

ThermoFisher Scientific: SOLA II Total Sulfur Analysers

Emerson: XA Series Gas Chromatographs Hands-On 

Falcon Analytical: Ultrafast Gas Chromatography: In the Lab, In the Process, In the Field

Note: Registration for training courses is separate from, and in addition to, your conference registration fee.  

For more information or to register, contact ISA at +1 919-549-8411 or info@isa.org.  

VENUE

Galveston Island Convention Center 5600 Seawall Blvd. Galveston, TX 77551 USA 

Note: Host Hotel block is currently full. Please contact reservations at +1 409-744-5000 who can work with sister properties in area to accommodate any reservation requests.

Mixing business with pleasure is easy on Galveston Island where state-of-the-art meetings facilities are surrounded by a tropical paradise complete with 32 miles of sparkling Gulf Coast beaches, adventure attractions, rich history, unique shopping and culture. Galveston is home to one of the largest collections of well-preserved Victorian architecture in the country and is Texas’ premier cruise port. Located just 50 miles south of Houston, this small island possesses all the charm of a historic beach town while offering modern amenities. 

More about the venue

REGISTRATION

3 Days

ISA Member: US$ 440

List/Non-Member: US$ 550

Symposium Committee or Volunteer: US$ 130

Banquet: US$ 40/per person

2 Days

ISA Member: US$ 300

List/Non-Member: US$ 375

Banquet: US$ 40/per person

1 Day

ISA Member: US$ 150

List/Non-Member: US$ 200

Banquet: US$ 40/per person


For International Visa Invitation Requests, please contact Randy Hauer at Randy.Hauer@ametek.com to obtain the required documentation.

Event Refund-Cancellation Policy While we hope your plans do not change, we understand that unforeseen circumstances may arise. If you cancel at least two weeks before the start date of the event, you can receive a full refund. If you cancel less than two weeks before the event start date, you can utilize your credit to transfer to a future technical event offering in the remaining year, or use for the purchase of other ISA products/services of comparable value, but there will be no refunds. In the unlikely occurrence of an event cancellation and circumstances beyond our control, ISA will also attempt to notify all registrants no later than ten days prior to the scheduled event date. ISA is not responsible for any travel or related scheduling expenses incurred prior to a cancellation decision. Please note that all outstanding registration fees are also due prior to your event attendance. 

Exhibit/Sponsorship Opportunities! 

AD 2018 will give exhibitors the opportunity to meet face-to-face with a variety of industry decision makers searching for solutions, products, services and partners they can trust to make their jobs easier.  

For questions about exhibitng or to save your space, contact Shana Kiser at skiser@servomex.com or +1 713-818-7772 by 1 April 2018.  

Thank you to our current 2018 sponsors and exhibitors!

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Exhibitors



A+ Corporation | ABB Inc. | Advanced Holdings | Air Dimensions, Inc. | AMETEK Petrolab Company | AMETEK Process Instruments | AMETEK TPM/O'Brien, Universal Analyzers, Barben Analytical | Analytical Systems KECO | Applied Control Analytical System Integration | AURA Controls | Baker Hughes, A GE Company (BHGE) | BARTEC BENKE | Block Engineering | Buhler Technologies | California Analytical Instruments Inc. | CANTY | Classic Filters, distributed by Frontier Group | Compass Instruments | Conax Technologies LLC | Control Analytics | Control Instruments Corp | COSA Xentaur | Custom Air Products & Services | Delta Instrument LLC | Draegar | ECO Physics Inc. | Emerson's Rosemount Gas Analysis | Emerson's Rosemount Liquid & Combustion Analysis | Emerson's Rosemount Quantum Cascade Laser Analyzers | Endress + Hauser | Envent Technologies | ESC | Extrel | Falcon Analytical Systems and Technology LLC | Fluid Components International (FCI) | Galvanic Applied Sciences | H2scan | Hobre Instruments | HORIBA Instruments, Inc. | ICON Scientific | Intertec Instrumentation Inc. | JP3 Measurement | Liquid Analytical Resource, LLC | M&C TechGroup North America | Measurementation | Metrohm USA | Mettler Toledo - Gas Analyics | Mettler Toledo - Ingold | Michell Instruments, Inc. | Nanoplus America Inc | NEO Monitors AS | Orbital Gas Systems | PAC | Parker Hannifin | Process Instruments, Inc. | Quantum Analytics | Ranger Analytics, Inc. | Sartorius-Stedim Data Analytics | Schneider Electric | Sentry Equipment | Servomex | Shield Air Solutions | SICK, Inc. | Siemens Industry Inc. | Sievers Instruments by SUEZ (formerly GE Analytical Instruments) | SilcoTek Corporation | SpectraSensors, an Endress + Hauser Company | SSP Instrumentation | Superlok USA | Swagelok | Technical Automation Services Company | Teledyne Monitor Labs | The Sheffield Separator Co., LLC | Thermo Fisher Scientific | Thermon Inc. | Van London Co. | VDISoft, Inc | Vector Controls, LLC | Wasson-ECE Instrumentation | Yokogawa