Carrier Corp. Accepting Speaker Proposals for 2012 Global Engineering Conference

Carrier Corp. is now accepting speaker proposals for its 2012 Global Engineering Conference, which is celebrating 20 years of stimulating dialogue. Entitled “20/20 the Future in Focus: Rethink. Restore. Regenerate,” the conference will be held March 18-20, 2012 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, and is focused on rethinking the way the industry leverages new technologies and engineering practices as well as how we can conserve, restore and regenerate the world’s resources.

This highly-respected international conference started in 1992 and features industry leaders presenting new technology and engineering topics in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. The previous conference, held in 2008, was attended by more than 650 building design, engineering and consulting professionals from around the world. Continuing Education Units and Professional Development Hours will be awarded.

Industry experts who wish to submit a proposal for the 2012 Global Engineering Conference are asked to submit a proposal on a topic related to the conference theme that will help bring clarity to conference attendees on a variety of technical, multi-disciplinary, case studies or sustainability topics. Speakers will participate in various breakout sessions, including panel discussions, case studies, roundtables, symposiums and short lectures. Proposals should cover details on the suggested session format.

All sessions will be conducted in English, with translation services provided for conference attendees. Sessions will be taped and archived as webcasts and audio-casts. Selected speakers may also be asked to participate in an online industry discussion to promote the conference.

Carrier Corp. will provide each speaker with coach travel and lodging as well as an honorarium for their participation. To submit a proposal, please visit Questions can be directed to the Global Engineering Conference committee at [email protected]. The deadline for all submissions is September 30, 2011.

For more information on the 2012 Global Engineering Conference, visit

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