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  • 02 Oct 2019 4:08 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Registration Now Opens!

    (http://capaus.org/event-3517031)

    Friday, October 11, 2019

    Marathon Oil Tower, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056

    The Future of Energy: the Trend, the Impacts, and the Adaptation

    未來能源產業的展望:趨勢、影響、與順應

    Dear CAPA Members and Friends,

    Chinese American Petroleum Association (CAPA) sincerely invites you to attend the 2019 Annual Conference, which will be held on October 11, 2019. This year the conference will focus on the theme “The Future of Energy: the Trend, the Impact, and the Adaptation”. Southwest Section of the Chinese American Chemical Society (SW-CACS) will co-organize the Downstream session with CAPA. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will sponsor the student paper contest.

    The symposium venue is the Marathon Conference Center, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056, courtesy of the continuing and generous support from Marathon Oil Corporation.

    The oil and gas industry is facing challenges and opportunities as the global energy market evolves. The industry needs to meet rising energy demand while at the same time to reduce carbon emissions. With steady and increasing supply of alternative energy such as biofuels, solar, geothermal, and wind power, the traditional industry focusing on conventional and unconventional resources has been experiencing the impacts. Digital transformation, thanks to machine learning and artificial intelligence, also has been contributing to more efficient processes and new business strategies. As a result, how the industry adapts or reforms itself to embrace alternative energy and new technology has become a major issue. This changing energy landscape also provides great opportunities for individuals with an open-mind and positive altitude, and appropriate skill sets to thrive in the new era.

    • Conference Program

    (1) Keynote Speeches (Morning), featuring five keynote speakers from the leaders of the industry and academia:

    • Santhosh Shankar, Long Range Research Platform Scientist, Shell, Solar fuel program
    • Ahmad Farooqi, Senior Principal, Accenture, Digital transformation
    • Hon Chung Lau, Professor, National University of Singapore, E&P career development
    • Ryan Apps, Practice Director, GHD Digital, Mega trends in oil & gas
    • Tecle Rufael, Principal Scientist and GHG Program Manager, Chevron, Carbon capture and storage

    (2) Continued Keynote Speeches and Parallel Technical Sessions (Afternoon)

    • Green Energy
    • Ahmad Haidari, Global Industry Director, ANSYS, Inc., Global energy transition (keynote)
    • Vance Nobe, CEO, Akari Energy, Solar power (keynote)
    • Ming-Chih Shih, Sin-Tian Ciou, and Ying-Jen Chou, America Greenland Environmental Co., Geothermal electric power
    • Eric Chang, MTC Engineering, Inc., Offshore wind development
    • Tylor Nokleby, Lisa Meng, Jaden Wu, and Markus Isaacson, Awty International High School, Powering offshore platforms with wave energy (best digital award at 2019 OTC Energy Challenge)
    • Upstream
    • Liang Jin, BrightGold Consulting LLC, Liquid CO2 fracturing
    • Jerome Zhang, Baker Hughes, Formation characterization using neutron correction
    • Mu Liu, Independent consultant, Guyana oil discovery
    • Xu Huang, Peng Yuan, and Hao Zhang, Baker Hughes, Proppant erosion modeling
    • John Geng, Oxy, Senior management worry index
    • Cheng Zhen, Sathish Sankaran, Vincent LeMoine, Jeremy Graybill, and Didi-Ooi Sher Mey, Anadarko Petroleum, Machine learning for unconventional production forecasting
    • Leizheng Wang and Wei Yu, University of Texas at Austin, Lean gas huff and puff process in Eagle Ford Shale
    • Chuen-Song Chen, Yu Zeng, and Shengyuan Zhang, Data science consultants, Seismic image interpretation using deep Learning convolutional neutral networks
    • Downstream (jointly with CACS)
    • Sophie Jia, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, WEEL Committee and OEL setting process
    • Zhe Sun and Vemuri Balakotaiah, University of Texas at Austin, Autothermal operation of catalytic oxidative coupling of methane in packed-bed reactors
    • Qiang Xu, Lamar University, Multi-scale Dynamic Simulation and Optimization for Industrial Emission Control
    • Qi Zhang, GHD, Ozone nonattainment area
    • Skill Development Panel Discussion
    • Sunny Zhang, President, Z LAB Global
    • Alec Walker, CEO, DelfinSia
    • Dr. Tai-Chang Shih, former CAPA President
    • Mei Hamilton, Consultant, Mei Hamilton Coaching LLC
    • Student Paper Contest
    • Xiaona Cui, Texas A&M University, Effects of confinement on compositional simulation in shale reservoirs
    • Ying-Hua Fu, Texas A&M University, Functional alkane solvent systems
    • Xiao Li, University of Houston, Kinetic Monte Carlo study of biomass conversion over Titania supported Ruthenium catalyst
    • Yi-An Lin, University of Houston, SE Asia plate tectonics and mantle flow
    • Xingchun Wang, Lamar University, Boil-off gas generation inside LNG road tankers under heat leakage and vibration effects
    • Jeremy Tsung-Jui Wu, University of Houston, Izanagi-Pacific ridge subduction along the NE Asian margin
    • Li Yu, Lamar University, A new MILP model for scheduling of a multi-product pipeline distribution system
    • Zhuqing Zhang, Rice University, Evaluating the stability of model asphaltene-stabilized water-in-oil emulsions in microfluidic devices
    • All student papers will be oral presentations in English. Awards will be given at the end of the session. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will sponsor student paper contest this year.

    Online registration is available at CAPA website (http://capaus.org/event-3517031). Online registration for Members: $40Member between Jobs: $30Non-member: $50, and Students: $15Additional $10 for walk-in registration. Please register at your earlies convenience. Registration fee is waived for sponsors, invited speakers. session presenters, and student paper judges.

    Arrival and parking information are provided at the end of this announcement. Due to limited budget, we won’t be able to validate all parking tickets this year. Only invited speakers, presenters, sponsors, session chairs, and judges will receive parking validations. Participants who register before 10/4 will receive parking validations as well. If you are students and come in through carpool, please visit us at the registration desk, we may offer some validations.

    Arrival and Parking Instruction:    Link

    Last but not the least, many thanks to our program committee, who have worked very hard to put together a great program. We are very excited and look forward to seeing you at the conference.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Po Ching Tai                                                                          Dr. Long Ma

    CAPA President, 2019                                       CAPA BOD Chairman, 2019

    CAPA 2019 Technical Symposium Committee:

    Po Tai (Conference Chair), Xinli Jia (Co-Chair), Kuochen Tsai, Mei Yang, Kim Shih, Jiasheng Qin, Meisong Yan, Haitao Ren, Yan Dong, Yaping Zhu, Qi Zhang, and Jianxiong Chen


  • 16 Sep 2019 9:02 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    2019 CAPA Annual Conference

    Second Announcement and Call for Abstracts

    Registration Now Opens!

    (http://capaus.org/event-3517031)

    Friday, October 11, 2019

    Marathon Oil Tower, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056

    The Future of Energy: the Trend, the Impacts, and the Adaptation

    未來能源產業的展望:趨勢、影響、與順應

    Dear CAPA Members and Friends,

    Chinese American Petroleum Association (CAPA) sincerely invites you to attend the 2019 Annual Conference, which will be held on October 11, 2019. This year the conference will focus on the theme “The Future of Energy: the Trend, the Impact, and the Adaptation”. Southwest Section of the Chinese American Chemical Society (SW-CACS) will co-organize the Downstream session with CAPA. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will sponsor the student paper contest.

    The symposium venue is the Marathon Conference Center, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056.

    The oil and gas industry is facing challenges and opportunities as the global energy market evolves. The industry needs to meet rising energy demand while at the same time to reduce carbon emissions. With steady and increasing supply of alternative energy such as biofuels, solar, geothermal, and wind power, the traditional industry focusing on conventional and unconventional resources has been experiencing the impacts. Digital transformation, thanks to machine learning and artificial intelligence, also has been contributing to more efficient processes and new business strategies. As a result, how the industry adapts or reforms itself to embrace alternative energy and new technology has become a major issue. This changing energy landscape also provides great opportunities for individuals with an open-mind and positive altitude and appropriate skill sets to thrive in the new era.

    · Conference Program

    (1) Keynote Speeches (Morning), featuring five keynote speakers from the leaders of the industry and academia:

    • Santhosh Shankar, Long Range Research Platform Scientist, Shell: Solar fuel program
    • Ahmad Farooqi, Senior Principal, Accenture: Digital transformation
    • Hon Chung Lau, Professor, National University of Singapore: Skill development
    • Ryan Apps, Practice Director, GHD Digital: Mega trends in oil & gas
    • Tecle Rufaal, Principal Scientist and GHG Program Manager, Chevron: Carbon capture and storage
    • Sponsor presentations

    (2) Continued Keynote Speeches and Parallel Technical Sessions (Afternoon)

    • Green Energy
      • Ahmad Haidari, Global Industry Director, ANSYS, Inc.: Global energy transition
      • Vance Nobe, CEO, Akari Energy: Renewable energy
      • Mitch Shih, America Greenland Environmental Co.: Geothermal power
      • Eric Chang, MTC Engineering, Inc.: Wind power
    • Upstream
      • Liang Jin, BrightGold Consulting LLC: CO2 fracturing
      • Jerome Zhang, Baker Hughes: Formation characterization using neutron correction
      • Mu Liu, Independent Consultant: Guyana oil discovery
      • Xu Huang, Peng Yuan, and Hao Zhang, Baker Hughes: Proppant erosion modeling
      • John Geng, Oxy: Senior management worry index
    • Downstream (jointly with CACS)
      • Qi Zhang, GHD Digital: Ozone nonattainment area
    • Skill Development Panel Discussion
      • Sunny Zhang, President, Z LAB Global
      • Alec Walker, CEO, DelfinSia
      • Tai Shih, former CAPA President
      • Mei Hamilton, Consultant, Mei Hamilton Coaching LLC
    • Student Paper Contest
      • All student papers will be oral presentations in English. Awards will be given at the end of the session ($500 – 1st place; $300 – 2nd place; $200 – 3rd place). The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will sponsor student paper contest this year.

    (3) Abstracts Submission

    Online registration is available at CAPA website (http://capaus.org/event-3517031). Online registration for Members: $40, Member between Jobs: $30, Non-member: $50, and Students: $15; Additional $10 for walk-in registration. Please register at your earlies convenience. Registration fee is waived for the sponsors, invited speakers. session presenters, and student paper judges.

    Due to limited budget, we won’t be able to validate all parking tickets this year. Only invited speakers, presenters, and sponsors will receive parking validations. If you are students and come in through carpool, please visit us at the registration desk, we may offer some validations. 

     

    Last but not the least, many thanks to our program committee, who have worked very hard to put together a great program. We are very excited and look forward to seeing you to this conference.


    Sincerely,

     

    Dr. Po Ching Tai                                                                          Dr. Long Ma

    CAPA President, 2019                                       CAPA BOD Chairman, 2019

    CAPA 2019 Technical Symposium Committee:

    Po Tai (Conference Chair), Xinli Jia (Co-Chair), Kuochen Tsai, Mei Yang, Kim Shih, Jiasheng Qin, Meisong Yan, Haitao Ren, Yan Dong, Yaping Zhu, Qi Zhang, Jianxiong Chen, and Tracy Pan.


  • 02 Jul 2018 3:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    First Call for Abstracts

    2018 CAPA PETROLEUM TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM

    DATE:   Friday, October 19, 2018

    VENUE:   Marathon Oil Tower, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056

    THEME

    Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Accelerate Innovation and Technology Development in the Oil and Gas Industry

    大数据和人工智能推动石油技术继续创新发展

    Dear CAPA Members and Friends:

    Chinese American Petroleum Association is pleased to announce the 2018 Petroleum and Petrochemical Technical Symposium, which is to be held on Friday, October 19, 2018. This year, the Southwest Section of the Chinese American Chemical Society (SW-CACS) will co-organize the Downstream and Chemicals sessions with CAPA. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will continue to sponsor the student paper contest.

    The symposium venue is the Marathon Conference Center, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056, courtesy of the continuing and generous support from Marathon Oil Corporation.

    In recent years, the oil and gas industry has seen significant and critical advancement in data science and technologies derived from data management. Across technical and business functions, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are revolutionizing the traditional data analysis, data visualization, and predictive tools. High-speed tech computing could help reduce time and resources for trouble shooting, literature search, and improve reliability in operations. Machine learning, in partnership with human intelligence could expedite alternative screenings and accelerate innovation. In the meantime, the deployment of Big Data and AI-based technologies will require resources, infrastructure and technical support, and many issues such as applicability, reliability, and security are yet to be validated. This technical symposium intends to explore these evolvements from a systematic and big-picture view to better understand the constraints and potential opportunities, and identify areas to assist the integration of these novel tools and technologies in the O&G industry.

    We encourage you to submit abstracts on relevant topics as described in the technical sessions below. Student members are also encouraged to submit their papers to the Student Paper Contest session and take this opportunity to share their research results as well as to improve their presentation skills.


    Symposium Program Outline

    (1) General Session (Morning):

    Four to five invited keynote speakers from major oil companies and the service sector will discuss high-level, current and future challenges, opportunities and solutions.

    (2) Parallel Technical Sessions (Afternoon):

    ·       Exploration & Production

    ·       Unconventional Plays

    ·       Upstream Engineering and HSE

    ·       Downstream and Chemicals (jointly with SW-CACS)

    ·       Petroleum Reserves and Valuation

    ·       Business Development - Panel Discussion

    ·       Student paper contest - All student papers will be oral presentations in English. Awards will be given at the end of the session ($500 – 1st place; $300 – 2nd place; $200 – 3rd place).

    (3) Abstract Submission

    ·       Abstract:  one-page in English, including your brief biography. Please use the attached template for your abstract

    ·       Presentation:  20-minute delivery in English, plus a 10-minute Q &A

    ·       Please submit your abstract to Dr. Po Tai via email at  capasymposium@gmail.com and indicate the session for your paper in your email subject.

    (4) Abstract Submission Deadline: September 10, 2018

    We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 Technical symposium on October 19, 2018.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Mark Chang, CAPA 2018 President and Symposium Chair

    CAPA 2018 Technical Program Committee:

    Hong Jin (Co-Chair), Po-Ching Tai (Program Chair), Mei Yang, Xinli Jia, Kim Shih, Yi Chen, Jiasheng Qin, Lixin You, Meisong Yan, Zhipeng Liu, Tracy Pan, Cecilia Cui, Jing Xiang, Qi Zhang, Annie Hafner, Emma Luo, Shengkai Duan, Tuo Zhang, li Chang, and Jianxiong Chen.


  • 07 May 2018 9:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please see attachment for more information:  Attachment

  • 10 Nov 2017 1:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please click the link:    Document

  • 24 Sep 2017 9:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Road to Recovery: How Integration and Innovation Help the Energy Industry to Evolve and Adapt Successfully

    復甦之路:整合與創新如何幫助能源行業持續成功發展和適應

    DATE:  Friday, November 3, 2017

    VENUE:  Marathon Oil Tower, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056

     THEME

    Dear CAPA Members and Friends:

    Chinese American Petroleum Association is pleased to announce the 2017 Petroleum Technical Symposium, which is to be held on Friday, November 3, 2017. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will sponsor the student paper contest. Additionally, the Society of Petroleum Resources Economists (SPRE) will co-host the session on Petroleum Economics this year.

    The symposium venue is the Marathon Conference Center, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056, courtesy of the continuing and generous support from Marathon Oil Corporation.

    The symposium will focus on the theme of “The Road to Recovery: How Integration and Innovation Help the Energy Industry to Evolve and Adapt Successfully”. The oil and gas industry had gone through what was considered the most challenging environment in the last few years and starts to show signs of new asset development. There is no doubt that the global energy demand will rapidly grow, albeit the growth of fossil fuels in general are strongly challenged by energy mix shifting to alternative renewable sources, increasing supply abundance, energy efficiency increase, and more stringent regulations on global climate change issues. While integrations and innovations are keys to generate and grasp new opportunities to grow our capabilities for long term sustainable development, what are some of the key enablers critical for the industry’s sustainable success? What are likely to be the new industry trend and key uncertainties coincide with the opportunities and solutions? We’d like to explore these topics in this year’s technical symposium with technical experts, industry leaders, and fellow members.

    We encourage you to submit presentations relevant to the symposium theme. Exceptional technical papers will potentially be considered for future Global Chinese Petroleum and Petrochemical Technical Symposiums (GCPPTS). Student members are encouraged to submit their papers to the Student Paper Contest session and take this opportunity to share their research results as well as to improve their presentation skills.

     

    Symposium Program Outline

    (1) General Session (Morning):

    Four invited keynote speakers from major oil companies and the service sector will discuss high-level, current and future challenges, opportunities and solutions.


    (2) Parallel Technical Sessions (Afternoon):

    ·        Deepwater and Conventional Exploration & Production

    ·        Big Data and Unconventional Plays

    ·        Petroleum Economics (Co-organized with SPRE)

    ·        Engineering and HSE

    ·        Business Development

    ·        Student paper contest - All student papers will be oral presentations in English. Awards will be given at the end of the session ($500 – 1st place; $300 – 2nd place; $200 – 3rd place).

     

    (3) Abstract Submission

    ·        Abstract:  one-page in English, including your brief biography. Please use the attached template for your abstract.

    ·     Presentation:  20-minute delivery in English, plus a 10-minute Q &A

    ·        Please submit your abstract to Dr. Po-Ching Tai via email at capasymposium@gmail.com and clearly indicate the session for your paper in your email subject.

     

    (4) Abstract Submission Deadline: September 30, 2017

    (5) Abstract Example File Download:  Document

     

    We look forward to seeing you at the 2017 Technical symposium on Nov. 3rd, 2017.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Jeff Chen, CAPA 2017 President and Symposium Chair

    CAPA 2017 Technical Program Committee:

    Mark Chang (Co-Chair), Hong Jin, Po-Ching Tai, Xinli Jia, Mei Yang, Jianxiong Chen, Tracy Pan, Jing Xiang, Yi Chen, Meisong Yan, Yining Li, Kim Shih, Chang Wang, Teng Xu, Tai-Chang Shih, Shengkai Duan, Joan Wu, Tim Huang, Emma Luo 


  • 05 Jul 2017 6:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Road to Recovery: How Integration and Innovation Help the Energy Industry to Evolve and Adapt Successfully

    復甦之路:整合與創新如何幫助能源行業持續成功發展和適應

    Dear CAPA Members and Friends:

    Chinese American Petroleum Association is pleased to announce the 2017 Petroleum Technical Symposium, which is to be held on Friday, November 3, 2017. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will sponsor the student paper contest. Additionally, the Society of Petroleum Resources Economists (SPRE) will co-host the session on Petroleum Economics this year.

    The symposium venue is the Marathon Conference Center, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056, courtesy of the continuing and generous support from Marathon Oil Corporation.

    The symposium will focus on the theme of “The Road to Recovery: How Integration and Innovation Help the Energy Industry to Evolve and Adapt Successfully”. The oil and gas industry had gone through what was considered the most challenging environment in the last few years and starts to show signs of new asset development. There is no doubt that the global energy demand will rapidly grow, albeit the growth of fossil fuels in general are strongly challenged by energy mix shifting to alternative renewable sources, increasing supply abundance, energy efficiency increase, and more stringent regulations on global climate change issues. While integrations and innovations are keys to generate and grasp new opportunities to grow our capabilities for long term sustainable development, what are some of the key enablers critical for the industry’s sustainable success? What are likely to be the new industry trend and key uncertainties coincide with the opportunities and solutions? We’d like to explore these topics in this year’s technical symposium with technical experts, industry leaders, and fellow members.

    We encourage you to submit presentations relevant to the symposium theme. Exceptional technical papers will potentially be considered for future Global Chinese Petroleum and Petrochemical Technical Symposiums (GCPPTS). Student members are encouraged to submit their papers to the Student Paper Contest session and take this opportunity to share their research results as well as to improve their presentation skills.

    Symposium Program Outline

    (1) General Session (Morning):

    Four invited keynote speakers from major oil companies and the service sector will discuss high-level, current and future challenges, opportunities and solutions.


    (2) Parallel Technical Sessions (Afternoon):

    ·        Deepwater and Conventional Exploration & Production

    ·        Big Data and Unconventional Plays

    ·        Petroleum Economics (Co-organized with SPRE)

    ·        Engineering and HSE

    ·        Business Development

    ·        Student paper contest - All student papers will be oral presentations in English. Awards will be given at the end of the session ($500 – 1st place; $300 – 2nd place; $200 – 3rd place).

     

    (3) Abstract Submission

    ·        Abstract:  one-page in English, including your brief biography. Please use the attached template for your abstract.

    · Presentation:  20-minute delivery in English, plus a 10-minute Q &A

    ·        Please submit your abstract to Dr. Po-Ching Tai via email at capasymposium@gmail.com and clearly indicate the session for your paper in your email subject.

     

    (4) Abstract Submission Deadline: September 1, 2017

    (5) Abstract Example File Download:  Document

     

    We look forward to seeing you at the 2017 Technical symposium on Nov. 3rd, 2017.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Jeff Chen, CAPA 2017 President and Symposium Chair

      

    CAPA 2017 Technical Program Committee:

    Mark Chang (Co-Chair), Hong Jin, Po-Ching Tai, Xinli Jia, Mei Yang, Jianxiong Chen, Tracy Pan, Jing Xiang, Yi Chen, Meisong Yan, Yining Li, Kim Shih, Chang Wang, Teng Xu, Tai-Chang Shih, Shengkai Duan, Joan Wu, Tim Huang, Emma Luo 


  • 28 Apr 2017 8:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please click the link:    Document

  • 16 Sep 2016 8:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    2016 CAPA Petroleum and Petrochemical Technical Symposium

    DATE: Friday, November 4, 2016

    VENUE: Marathon Oil Tower, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056

    Dear CAPA Members and Friends:

    Chinese American Petroleum Association is pleased to announce the 2016 Petroleum and Petrochemical Technical Symposium, which is to be held on Friday, November 4, 2016. The Southwest Section of the Chinese American Chemical Society (SW-CACS) and the Society of Petroleum Resources Economists (SPRE) will co-organize the downstream / petrochemical and Petroleum Economics sessions with CAPA, respectively. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) will continue to sponsor the student paper contest.

    The symposium venue is the Marathon Conference Center, 5555 San Felipe, Houston TX 77056, courtesy of the continuing and generous support from Marathon Oil Corporation.

    The symposium will focus on the theme of “Navigating and Repositioning for the Future”. The oil and gas industry is going through another round of rebalancing. The challenging oil price environment has caused significant reduction in the work force and slowdown in asset development, especially in North America. Commitment of global leaders to climate change issues will likely lead to more stringent regulations and create impact on resource development worldwide. What will be the new “norms” for the O&G industry? How should we adapt to this new operational, financial, and social environment, while continuing to deploy advanced technologies in the field? How do we turn challenges and obligations into opportunities to grow our capabilities for long term sustainable development? What are some of the key enablers critical for our future success? We’d like to explore these topics in this year’s technical symposium with fellow members, technical experts and leaders in our industry.

    We encourage you to submit abstracts relevant to the symposium theme. Student members are encouraged to submit their papers to the Student Paper Contest session and take this opportunity to share their research results as well as to improve their presentation skills.

    Student paper contest - All student papers will be oral presentations in English. Awards will be given at the end of the session ($500 – 1st place; $300 – 2nd place; $200 – 3rd place).

    Abstract Submission:

    Abstract: one-page in English, including your brief biography. Please use the attached template for your abstract.

    Presentation: 20-minute delivery in English, plus a 10-minute Q &A 

    Please submit your abstract to Dr. Hong Jin via email at capa2016tech@gmail.com and clearly indicate the session for your paper in your email subject.


    Please find out more information from the link:

    http://capaus.org/resources/Documents/CAPA_2016_Symposium_Call_For_Abstracts.pdf

    Please find the template for abstracts from the link:

    http://capaus.org/resources/Documents/CAPA%202016%20Symposium%20Abstract%20Template.docx


    Best, 

    CAPA


  • 09 Mar 2016 8:53 PM | Li-Fan Yue (Administrator)

    Dear CAPA member,

    Please check the links below for these two first quarter Lunch & Learn
    presentations courtesy of Mr. Gefei Liu and Dr. Haiyang Li:
    PresentationYouDeliver_WillDeliverYou_March2016

    CommunicationSkills_March2016

    Please do not distribute these presentations without asking permission
    from the speakers.

    Best regards,
    Eddy Lee, CAPA President 

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