2024 WateReuse Symposium Presenter Information
WateReuse Association is pleased to host an exceptional roster of presenters and experts for the 2024 WateReuse Symposium in Denver, Colorado, March 11-14, 2024
The 2024 WateReuse Symposium is an in-person event: all presenters must attend in-person and register for the Symposium at the discounted speaker rate of $850 by January 15, 2024.
Please follow this link to book your room at the Hilton Denver City Center. Space is limited: discounted hotel rates are available until February 19, 2024, or until the hotel block is sold out!
If you have any questions, please email Speakers@watereuse.org.
Technical Program Presenters
Technical program speakers make scheduled oral presentations during the Symposium. To confirm your speaking time, please view the Symposium Schedule.
Important Deadlines and Links
- Confirm Participation as a Presenter: November 22, 2023
- Register for the Symposium at the Presenter Rate: January 15, 2024
- Book a Hotel Room: ASAP, but no later than February 19, 2024
- Submit PowerPoint Presentation: February 17, 2024
As a presenter, you will also be required to submit a PowerPoint presentation. Please use the 2024 WateReuse Symposium PowerPoint template, which is available at this link. Your presentation slides must be uploaded to our shared Dropbox by February 17, 2024. Please name your file with your proposal number and name.
A poster presentation is a visual representation of your work that Symposium attendees may view for one full day of the conference, with a 30-minute period designated for you to stand with your poster and interact with attendees. Posters must be 28 x 36 inches and printed on typical poster paper material that you bring with you to the event and hang on a pre-determined board with provided hanging materials.
Posters will be displayed for one full day of the Symposium, either Tuesday or Wednesday, in the high-traffic plenary room. You should hang your poster before 8 am in the morning and leave it in place until 4 pm. Please be available to stand next to your poster during the 30 minute period designated in your acceptance email. Poster sessions correspond with the four networking breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Your poster should include these elements on your poster:
- Author(s), with affiliations and emails
If your poster is a representation of a research study, you will want to include the following sections:
- Introduction or objective
- Conclusions and/or discussion
If your poster is a representation of a case study or other kind of project, you may want to forego formal abstract sections in favor of the “5 Ws”:
- Who (introduce the author, organization, or community)
- What (what did you do? how did you do it?)
- Where (where did you do it?)
- When (when did it take place?)
- Why (what are the outcomes, implications, or future possibilities?)