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The Canadian Steel Conference
September 30 – October 2, 2019
Quebec Steel Symposium is amalgamating with the Canadian steel conference.
The Canadian Steel Conference brings our steel industry together every year to learn, build relationships, develop businesses and celebrate steel—while having fun!
This year’s event will be held from September 30 – October 2, 2019 at the Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal, Quebec—one of North America’s most cultural and historic cities. Over the course of three days, we’ll be hosting multiple business development, technical and social networking events for over 300 attendees from the Canadian steel construction industry.
Abstract submissions are being sought for 60-minute presentations (45 minute presentation + 15 minute Q&As) on topics of interest to the steel industry, engaging engineers, architects, fabricators/erectors, detailers and/or the general audience.
Intention to Present Requirements:
- Abstracts must be original or substantially different from previous presentations.
- Abstracts should be between 50 – 100 words in length in a Word format.
- Abstracts must be submitted to the link below or CISC website.
- All correspondence and notifications will be emailed to the main contact who submitted the abstract.
- Authors not adhering to deadlines may be disqualified.
- Abstracts are not considered to be submitted until you receive an email confirmation; if you do not receive an email confirmation, please contact Manon Gagnon, CISC Services Administrator, email@example.com.
Submit an abstract for review by CISC Steel Conference Technical Committee.
If your abstract is accepted then submit an outline of your topic (max. 50 words), your biography and headshot photo.
If your presentation is accepted then you must be available to present (see Speaker Travel Expense Coverage, if applicable) at the conference on Monday, September 30 or Tuesday, October 1, 2019. By accepting CISC invitation to present you accept that your presentation will be recorded to further promote your topic by posting the video and copy of your presentation on CISC website after the conference.
Tap into the knowledge of steel industry experts
We have put together an exciting lineup of technical sessions led by industry experts that will be available throughout the duration of the conference. Each of the presentation topics have been hand picked and selected to ensure we are providing a variety of valuable educational sessions. Not to mention, this event will be a great opportunity to earn CEUs for those interested!
Discover the most innovative technology in steel design & construction
Our three-day trade show exhibit is where you’ll find a variety of the companies that make up our vibrant industry. We’ll be showcasing the newest and most innovative products/services from steel suppliers to fabricators from across Canada.
Get face-to-face with Canada’s leading steel professionals
CISC’s Canadian Steel Conference is the premier place to make meaningful connections and build lasting relationships. With over 300 of Canada’s leading steel professionals in attendance, you’ll have the perfect opportunity to discuss potential collaborations, the newest steel innovations and more!
Explore Beautiful Montreal
Once CISC’s Canadian Steel Conference is over, why not spend the weekend in Montreal and discover this beautiful city in its fullest.
Montreal has so much to offer, from its historic architecture to its tempting cuisine—you won’t want to miss your opportunity to explore the rich culture of this magnificent city in the fall season.
Less business, more poutine
We’re putting together an event you won’t forget! Our social networking events throughout the conference will give you the opportunity to unwind and enjoy your time in Montreal.
Keep an eye out for more details to come.
While you may love to discuss and discover all things steel design and construction, your companion may not. That’s ok, we’ve got them covered. We’ve planned a day-long trip so that your companion can see the sights and experience the culture of Montreal first hand, while you get down to business.
Keep an eye out for more details to come.