Saturday 7 March 2015

Process control & safety under the microscope!

The Program Committee of the 2015 Process Control & Safety Symposium has issued a Call for Papers, inviting authors, innovators, thought leaders and other professionals in process measurement and control—particularly in the chemical and energy processing and other key process industry sectors—to submit abstracts for presentation consideration at the conference.

Given the success of the inaugural Process Control & Safety Symposium, which was held in October of last year, the 2015 event will again be held in Houston (TX USA) 9th to 12th November 2015 - widely recognized as a global center for process industry and the oil and gas hub of the US. The conference will again feature a wide range of workshops, tutorials, keynote speakers, paper presentations and exhibits, and is being co-organized by ISA’s Chemical & Petroleum Industries, Communications, Education, and Pulp & Paper divisions.

Core Topics
Central topics for papers and presentations in process measurement and control include:

Important details and deadlines

Guidelines for abstract submission:
Authors and speakers in attendance must pay registration fee
500-word (max) abstract in English shall be submitted by email or online
Final presentations must be on the official ISA symposium template
Papers accepted for publication and presentation will require completion of the ISA’s Rights and Responsibilities form

Important deadlines:
Abstracts due by 21 July 2015
Draft papers due by 25 August 2015
Final papers due by 20 September 2015
Variability, Instrument Calibration
Automation and Control Systems
Flow Measurement Technology
Field Calibration Technology

Communications in SIL, ISA100
Wireless Technology in the Plant Floor
Field Instrumentations: Wireless, Foundation Fieldbus, and Other Smart Technologies
Bridging Prices Between SCADA and DCS

Control Systems
Process Optimization
Fieldbus Control Systems with Focus on Higher SIL
Control System Strategies, Advanced Control
Instrumentation for Floating LNG Facilities
Automation and Control in Petroleum and Petrochemical Terminals
System Integrations
Advanced HMI and Alarm Management
Data and Document Storage in EDMS and Asset Management
Troubleshooting, Optimization, and Application in Petroleum and Chemical Process Industries
Safety Instrumented Systems

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