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Promote your organization to a global audience at the 2014 ASABE–CSBE|SCGAB International Conference in Montréal!

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The 2014 ASABE - CSBE|SCGAB Joint Annual International Meeting in Montreal is a platform to promote your organization to a global audience! The Conference will be held in the Palais des congres de Montreal in Montreal, Quebec Canada beginning Sunday, July 13 thru Wednesday, July 16, 2014. This event presents a forum to expand awareness of current industry trends, promote and acknowledge innovations in design and technology, and provide opportunities for professional development – all with a focus on the economic, political and societal impacts facing the industry.  

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Networking Opportunities
  • More than 1,000 Technical and Poster Presentations
  • Professional Development Sessions
  • Specialty Sessions which include invited speakers, panel discussions and round-table discussions
  • Technical and Cultural Tours
  • Professional Development Hours/Credits
  • Career Fair

 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The sponsorship opportunities below are available during the ASABE and CSBE | SCGAB Joint Annual International Meeting. Full descriptions can be found at www.asabemeetings.org/sponsorship.html. Canadian sponsors can also get full details at www.csbe-scgab.ca or by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Sponsors 

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Grant Clark

Grant grew up on a mixed farm in Central Alberta. He received an industry-cooperative B.Sc. in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Alberta, Edmonton (1993) and a Ph.D. in Biosystems Engineering from McGill University, Montreal (2000). Grant then worked as a Research Associate and Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta until coming to McGill in 2007. His research program in ecological engineering involves the use of computational tools and physical systems to study how ecosystems can be designed, created and managed so as to provide services and solutions.

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