February 22, 2017

Call for Content

Presentations submitted for the 2025 Conference need to have a focus on Failures & Prevention in the pressure equipment industry. 

Webinar presentations should have a focus on the pressure equipment industry and technologies and/or Failures & Prevention.

They should be relevant to construction, operation, in-service inspection, repairs and maintenance of pressure equipment and storage tanks. Including case studies dealing with root cause failure analysis, accidents/incident investigations, and multi-jurisdictional concerns.

Further details below.

2025 CALL FOR CONTENT
Due dates Deadlines for Technical Presentations Deadlines for Student Poster  
February 2024
February 29
(Thursday)
Call for Content open in the IPEIA Apart System Call for Content open in the IPEIA Apart System  
August 2024
August 30
(Friday)
Technical Presentation abstract submission deadline in the IPEIA Apart System    
September 2024
September 2
(Monday)
Voting for Program opens (program committee and presentation reviewers only)    
September 9
(Monday)
Voting for Program closes    
September 16
(Monday)
Abstract Selection Process Closes    
September 25
(Wednesday)
58 submissions will be notified of PRELIMINARY ACCEPTANCE of their abstracts; Acceptance and decline abstract letters issued
NOTE: presentations are not selected for the conference until they have received final approval from Program Committee
   
October 2024
October 21
(Monday)
Draft presentation submissions deadline    
November 2024
November 4
(Monday)
Update draft presentation due based on first reviewer feedback    
November 15
(Friday)
  Student Poster abstract submission deadline in the IPEIA Apart System  
November 25
(Monday)
Update and submit final presentation based on second reviewer feedback    
November 29
(Friday)
  Students will be notified of acceptance (up to 3 students); declined abstract letters issued  
December 2024
December 4
(Wednesday)
Conference speakers, backups, and webinar presenters will be notified with final acceptance   *(December 13 to announce speakers/webinar website)* time to confirm with webinar presenters.
December 18
(Wednesday)
  Student Poster draft due for initial feedback  
January 2025
January 13
(Monday)
  Student Poster due for final review and approval  

This is a one size fits all ‘Call for Content’ to support all categories that IPEIA may offer, including:

CONTENT CATEGORYDESCRIPTION
Keynote Presentation Proposal A keynote presentation offers a unique opportunity to address a theme for an event by someone who is very accomplished in their field. Keynote speeches are usually based on the speaker’s own experiences and knowledge. They can include motivational and inspirational elements and IPEIA appreciates offering their members both industry related keynotes and socialized keynotes for our members to take away and learn from. It is considered a great honor to be asked to give one. These may be virtual, in-person or a hybrid.

For more information: click here.
Technical Presentation Abstract Conference Presentations

Presentations submitted for the 2025 Conference need to have a focus on Failures & Prevention in the pressure equipment industry. Should be relevant to construction, operation, in-service inspection, repairs and maintenance of pressure equipment and storage tanks. Including case studies dealing with root cause failure analysis, accidents/incident investigations, and multi-jurisdictional concerns.

Suggested topics include but not limited to:
  • Asset Integrity Management
  • Materials / Welding
  • Engineering Analysis and Design
  • Inspection and NDE
  • Case Studies / Failure Analysis
These may be in-person or hybrid. For more information: click here.

Webinar Presentations

Webinar presentations should have a focus on the pressure equipment industry and technologies and/ or Failures & Prevention and be relevant to the design, construction, operation, in-service inspection, repairs and maintenance of pressure equipment and storage tanks. Including case studies dealing with root cause failure analysis, accident/incident investigations, and multi-jurisdictional concerns.

Suggested topics include but not limited to:
  • Asset Integrity Management
  • Materials / Welding
  • Engineering Analysis and Design
  • Inspection and NDE
  • Case Studies / Failure Analysis
  • Codes and Regulations
These will be virtual. For more information: click here.
Student Poster Abstract The students are given the opportunity to showcase their knowledge while networking with industry leaders and experts.

Posters should have a focus on the pressure equipment industry and technologies and/ or Failures & Prevention and be relevant to the design, construction, operation, in-service inspection, repairs and maintenance of pressure equipment and storage tanks. Including case studies dealing with root cause failure analysis, accidents/incident investigations, and multi-jurisdictional concerns.

Student posters should be in person, consideration will be given to virtual, or a hybrid.

For more information: click here.
Panel Discussion/Forum Proposal Panel Discussions or Forums are sessions offered where multiple presenters can discuss common topics or issues.

Need to focus on the pressure equipment industry and technologies and/ or Failures & Prevention and be relevant to the design, construction, operation, in-service inspection, repairs and maintenance of pressure equipment and storage tanks. Including case studies dealing with root cause failure analysis, accidents/incident investigations, and multi-jurisdictional concerns.

The audience can pose questions to individual presenters or the panel. These may be virtual, in-person or a hybrid.

For more information: click here.
Training Course Proposal Training Courses are technical sessions run by organizations and facilitated by IPEIA. These may be virtual, in-person or a hybrid.

Training courses submitted for the 2025 Conference need to have a focus on Failures & Prevention on the pressure equipment industry.

There are fees associated for IPEIA to host a training session such as: room rentals; equipment rentals; catering requirements; platform usage, etc. Selected training courses for IPEIA’s annual and conference membership offerings will receive notification with an invoice acknowledgement form to complete.

For more information: click here.
Other or ‘Special’ Session Proposal Special Sessions that don’t fall into the other named categories. These may include lab demonstrations or other special events that may be virtual, or in-person or a hybrid.

For more information: click here.
Industry/User Group Meeting Request (for IG Chairs use only) Note: For Industry Group Chairs only to use Industry Group Chairs, please complete this form if you wish to reserve a meeting space for an in-person membership meeting only.
Suggestion Box (all ideas welcome) All ideas welcome – what should IPEIA be thinking about doing for their members. These may be virtual, or in-person or a hybrid.

Instructions to Submit CONTENT using IPEIA’s APART/Registration System

STEP 1 On February 29, 2024 visit the APART/Registration System
STEP 2 Login (if you have an existing login to the IPEIA APART System or have registered for previous conferences)
-or-
Create a New Login
STEP 3 After logging in you should be directed to the submission form (STEP 4). If you are not, a button to the Content Submission form can be found on the registration home page (below).
NOTE: You can also view previously submitted content by clicking the link below “Submit Content”
Content Submission
STEP 4 Select the content type you would like to submit
Note: After making your selection the form will populate all the related fields to your selection.

STEP 5 Complete the Content Submission Form
NOTE: The form will auto-populate with your profile details if you had a previously created login. If you need to update your information, please click on the menu option “PROFILE” to makes changes. This will update your information on all your content submissions.
To return to the Content Submission Form, select the link under the “APART WEB TOOL” menu.

Edit your profile
STEP 5 To Review Your Submitted Content
Click on the “APART WEB TOOL” menu and click on “MY CONTENT SUBMISSIONS”
Click on the “VIEW DETAILS/EDIT” button on the content submission you wish to review
My Content Submissions
STEP 6 Save All Changes
If you edit the content submission your are reviewing, be sure to hit the “UPDATE CONTENT” button at the bottom of the form to save all changes
Update Content Button