we've been hearing two clear messages from prospective attendees over the past month and a half. first, coolingzone-12 has an outstanding technical offering that engineers want to hear. and second, engineering budget constraints and travel restrictions are putting unfortunate obstacles up for many engineers to attend coolingzone-12. to make this work for as many engineers as possible, coolingzone is moving to an e-conference model.
from a program standpoint, coolingzone-12 will only be offering our full program on wednesday and thursday via the internet. for both speakers and attendees, this approach represents significant cost and time savings over a face to face conference. certainly, there's nothing like getting together with your peers and industry experts to increase connections, share new ideas and improve all our knowledge base in thermal management and heat transfer. but, an e-conference streamed live over the web let's us get the latest information to as many people as possible. we hope you'll join us!
if you're already registered for coolingzone-12, we'll be contacting you shortly concerning your registration and how you can convert it to a coolingzone-12 econference pass. if you have been wondering how you can make coolingzone-12 work within your budget, now is the time to reconsider.
as always, if you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out the coolingzone-12 thermal management of electronics econference web page