Call for Abstracts
Increase your profile in the industry - speak at RTC 2011, North America. This is your opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise with other Revit Users.
Having been run in Australia for the last 6 years, with overwhelming success, the Revit Technology Conference (RTC) has just announced its inaugural event in North America – to be held at Hyatt Huntington Beach, California from 23 - 25 June 2011.
RTC is a unique, independent conference covering all things Revit - BIM and the whole ecosystem that supports it and that goes to ensuring your success in the marketplace. No other event brings so many opportunities and benefits together in a single location in the 'by users, for users' format. RTC is the best place to get unvarnished advice from the people who use the technologies to drive their businesses, and the industry as a whole, forward. Business leaders, thought leaders, innovators and implementers; they are all here, and all ready to give away their secrets (okay, some of their secrets...) to aid in the quest for a better, smarter industry, and a stronger, more sustainable environment.
One of our primary sources for great speakers is using those that are doing it themselves, each and every day. If you are an experienced Revit user, and are comfortable sharing your knowledge with others in your field, then you are potentially a great speaker.
Online abstract submission closed on Monday 8 November 2010.
We are now seeking abstracts from individuals interested in speaking at the event. Note that this current call for abstracts is for the North American event only, and a separate call for abstracts has been made for the Australasian event. You are free to submit abstracts for either event, or for both.
Submitted abstracts will be double-blind refereed by the RTC Committee. Abstracts will be approved on their merit, within the conference’s time and resource constraints. Successful applicants will present in either a 55 minute or 75 minute session or a 75 minute or 120 minute lab. Applicants should indicate the preferred length of their planned session. Sessions can take the form of hand's on labs, technical lectures, or facilitated forums. Case studies demonstrating innovative or well-developed practice are welcomed. Abstracts should be classified as Intermediate, Advanced or All Levels in the following streams:
- BIM Management
- Facility Management
- Visualization & Presentation
- Practice Leadership
- Emerging Technologies
Descriptions of each stream can be found in the 'Speaking Terms of Agreement'.