Call For Papers

Submit Your Abstract for the 2023 Conference

The Connected Plant Conference focuses on real-world solutions and lessons learned using digitalization technologies for plant optimization and reliability.  If you have a recent challenge that you have solved using software, data analytics, artificial intelligence, digital twins, or other IIoT-related technology, we want to hear from you.

This event is unique in that it draws both power generation and chemical process industry (CPI) digital experts to share experiences and lessons learned from their own digital transformation journey.

The conference will consist primarily of panel sessions and/or short presentations. Typically three to four speakers/panelists will participate in a 1.5 hour-long session. The sessions are designed to be interactive and lively with time allotted for audience questions and answers.

Things to keep in mind:

  • The content is presented in focused forums to best serve the markets within the industry.
  • Presentations should be focused on the following: technologies and solutions, end-user case studies, best practices, or strategic planning.
  • Absolutely no sales pitches or commercial presentations will be considered.
  • Please keep abstracts to a maximum of 500 words.

Submission Deadline: February 15, 2023
All abstracts received before Feb 15th will be reviewed by Advisory Committee. Abstracts received after Jan 31st will be assessed individually by editors and session chairs.

We are looking for technologies and solutions, end-user case studies, best practices, or strategic planning. Submit your abstract under one of these main topics”

  • The implementation and scale-up of digitalization tools for the following:
    • Supply chains and e-commerce
    • Management and use of plant data
    • Equipment maintenance and asset reliability
    • Plant physical- and cybersecurity
  • Achieving workforce adoption of digital tools
  • Establishing a business case for digital investment
  • Emerging technologies
  • Insights from the pandemic experience
  • Other applications of digital tools
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No sessions under track "Web Proposed" or "Abstract Collection".
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