Call for papers: OMWINDENERGY Germany 2013
OMWINDENERGY 2013, the new industry forum, invites interested parties to submit papers with a focus on 'professional solutions for operation and maintenance' in the international wind sector.
OMWINDENERGY Germany will be held for the first time on October 8 and 9, 2013, in Berlin.
Trade fair and conference
The new specialist fair and conference will be conducted in German and English. OMWINDENERGY is managed by the Green Team, an advisory board of experts who contribute their ideas and expertise to the organization of the event.
The call for papers is an invitation for both new and experienced presenters from the operation and maintenance sector to get involved.
The presentations at the two-day conference will focus on the following topics:
- Market development
- Maintenance and repairs
- Basic and advanced training, qualifications
- Personnel recruitment and retention
- In-house professionalization and efficiency increases
- IT and communication technology in practice
- International markets
- Onshore and offshore
Proposals in the form of abstracts can be submitted until June 15, 2013.
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