First Annual Dayton Water Conference to Take Place May 10 to 12
Event aims to improve awareness and collaboration between large companies, engineering firms, universities, utilities, startups, NGOs and governments by educating attendees
The Water Innovations Alliance, an industry association promoting accelerated development adoption of water technologies and innovations, is the lead organizer of the First Annual Dayton Water Conference, taking place May 10 to 12, 2010, at the University of Dayton. Only a few select exhibit and sponsorship spots remain.
The mission of the Dayton Water Conference is to improve awareness and
collaboration between large companies, engineering firms, universities,
utilities, startups, NGOs and governments by educating attendees on new
water technologies, innovations and prospects.
The two-day conference program will spotlight the advancements and provide
best practices across the spectrum of the water field, with a particular
emphasis on activities in the Dayton, Ohio, area. Attendees will hear from experts in government, technology, environmental and corporate America.
Keynote speakers include:
Sally Gutierrez, director, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency;
Mark Shannon, director, NSF STC, Water CAMPWS, University of Illinois;
Peter Williams, CTO, Big Green Innovations, IBM;
Scott Livingston, CEO, Livingston Securities, LLC;
Finn Nielsen, chairman, VWS North America, Veolia Water; and
Paul Gagliardo, manager, Innovation Development, American Water.
City of Dayton;
City of Huber Heights;
Dayton Development Coalition;
Dayton Power and Light;
Miami Conservancy District;
University of Dayton;
Water Innovations Alliance;
Water Innovations Alliance Foundation; and
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