Event Name LEDs 2011
Region NorthAmerica
Location United States of America CA
Dates Oct.24, 2011 ~ Oct.26, 2011
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Submit your abstract for LEDs 2011!
Each year IntertechPira's LEDs Conference brings together leading executives and engineers representing manufacturers, component and equipment suppliers, lighting designers, and end user companies. The event focuses on LED and lighting technology and seeks to highlight exciting technological advances, address ongoing challenges and help move the industry forward. Participants will receive a thorough assessment of LED markets, while having ample opportunity to discuss industry issues and network with experts, key LED executives and end users in the extensive exhibit hall.

Abstract submissions are currently being accepted. To submit a topic for consideration or to request more details, please contact Patti Kinzer.
All abstracts will be reviewed for their quality, originality and clear connection to the conference focus and purpose. Authors are encouraged to submit their abstracts as early as possible. A notice of acceptance or rejection will be sent by July 29th.

Ideally, presentations should include commercial and market data, but company advertisements or sales pitches will not be accepted. Abstracts or papers that do not meet these criteria will be returned to the author for editing or be removed from the program. All papers and presentations must be submitted in advance of the conference. More commercial presentations may be best suited for an exhibit booth.

The approximate time allotted for presentations is 25 minutes - with 20 minutes for your address and an additional 5-10 minutes for audience questions.

Erin Morton: +1 207 781 9633

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