Call for Papers
The 2020 conference call for papers is officially open! Deadline for abstracts – 18th May
Working with our independent Steering Committee, we are pleased to announce the key themes for this years’ event:
- Engineering and biological advances in AD
- Ammonia management
- Thickening and dewatering
- Landbank security
- Process modelling & software developments
Submitting an Abstract
Please submit an abstract that includes the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The title of the presentation
- The key theme(s) covered by the presentation
- Authors names, and contacts details for the corresponding author
- An overview of the full presentation (approx. 200 words)
Please ensure you also confirm whether you would like to be considered for a technical or poster presentation (or both). An example abstract can be found here.
If you are a technology supplier and want to present at the conference your presentation must include performance data rather than just claims. To encourage adoption of your technology an honest pros and cons assessment should be included; outlining where the technology is good and where it wouldn’t apply. Alternatively, why not ask your client to present, or do a joint presentation to support your claims?
Student and Early Career Professionals* Poster Award
The award will be judged and presented during the conference and is open to students and early career professionals under 35 working in the water industry.
If you would like to showcase your work to over 250 industry professionals and be in with a chance of winning a monetary prize, email email@example.com with an abstract, as above.
Attending conferences is a great way to improve your professional network and expand your knowledge of the industry. Students and early career professionals are also offered significantly reduced rates – please see registration for further details.
*Early career professionals must be:
an individual working professionally in the biosolids / biowastes sectors for less than 3 years after graduation; or an academic/postgraduate/post doctorate in a permanent position in a UK institution (full or part time), with no more than three years of experience at lecturer level.