Presenting a paper at conferences is the perfect opportunity with which to bolster an institution, or a company reputation, while simultaneously supporting and highlighting your individual field of excellence, and your achievements.
Not only is delivering a paper a means for gaining recognition, conferences are a way for academics, researchers and leading industry experts to enrich themselves, be introduced to new ideas, be challenged by the meeting of minds, and to enjoy themselves; all of which have a positive impact on everyone’s professional and personal development.
Reach the Largest Possible Audience
Last year we saw over 1600 delegates attend LpS, coming from over 38 different countries from around the world. LpS offers you a personal platform to reach out to the very best in lighting technologies, globally. This year could be your chance to exchange experiences with international lighting experts, and to expand your knowledge on current and future trends and developments.
Stand Out in the Market Place
Presenting at a conference helps asserts you as a leader in your field, or you can suggest presenting to a colleague, as growing thought leaders within your organization will help grow your influence and cement your hold within the industry. Your name, company or institution, will be automatically associated with the subject you excel in, and this will allow you to raise your profile in your field of interest. You can join the list of prestigious LpS speakers, including representatives from NASA, CISCO, PHILIPS, OSRAM, ZUMTOBEL, and even a Nobel Prize winner.
If you submit a paper for LpS you are also entered into the converted LED professional Scientific Award, and winners of this award have gone on to have great success.
For all our speakers we offer the chance to join us for the full 3 day programme in the beautiful city of Bregenz, Austria. LpS is not just a conference, it is also the perfect opportunity for you to network and enjoy yourself with likeminded people and to experience also wonderful hospitality. It is important to remember that sometimes you have to take a break from the “work” of your work, to sharpen your skills.
These are just a few reasons to submit your latest findings and to join LpS 2018.
Call for papers is now open, submit your abstract today.