Tag Archives: 2018

Only 19 Seats Remaining!

SCHEDULE UPDATE

We have posted the complete final schedule minus Paul Babcock’s presentation title for the conference here: http://energyscienceconference.com/2018-conference-schedule/

Viehweger, MD & Bagley, MD will each be giving 90 minute presentations on Thursday. Their bios and talk descriptions have been posted: http://energyscienceconference.com/2018-speakers/

56 DAYS REMAINING & ONLY 19 SEATS AVAILABLE

There are only 57 days until the conference and only 19 seats are available! Register now: http://energyscienceconference.com/registration/2018.php

If you’re already registered and need to purchase your ticket(s), go directly here: http://energyscienceconference.com/registration/2018pay.php

ACCOMMODATIONS & LODGING

Find local motels and hotels here: http://energyscienceconference.com/location-accommodations/

We’re waiting for approval on an exception to the new “no reservation” policy for RV spots at the conference – should have an answer tomorrow.

For the few remaining low cost AirBNB rooms available near the conference, go here: AirBNB

MEALS

If you purchased your conference ticket, but did not get the meals option, do yourself a favor and save time and money by using the bottom right option here: http://energyscienceconference.com/registration/2018pay.php

This will help you get back to the next presentations on time and  you will have a better opportunity to network with the presenters and other attendees.

See you at the conference!
Aaron Murakami

2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference Testimonials

If you’re wondering if you should come to the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference, listen to what others have to say – this is why you need to be there!

Here are a few of the presenters for the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference:

JEANE MANNING | SUSAN MANEWICH | JOHN PETERSEN AARON MURAKAMI | KEN WHEELER | ERIC DOLLARD
DAVID ALZOFON | JIM MURRAY | PROF. ROBERT HARALICK
SURPRISE GUEST PRESENTER | YARO STANCHAK
MORE TO BE LISTED SOON!

 

Out of 150 seats, only 64 are available so register and get your tickets while you can – http://energyscienceconference.com

2018 Energy Conference – Over 1/3 seats sold out!

2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference
2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference

The 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference is shaping up better than expected. Over 1/3 of the seats sold out in the first two days of opening up for payments! This will be another jam-packed conference with some very powerful presentations. Many attendees would come just to meet and learn from the Special Guest presenter Saturday evening  – wait until everyone finds out who it is!!

Here’s who is coming so far: Jeane Manning, Susan Manewich, John Petersen, Ken Wheeler, Eric Dollard, David Alzofon, Jim Murray, Prof. Robert Haralick, Dr. _______________ – our surprise guest presenter, Yaro Stanchak and others will be listed soon.

Go here to learn about our presenters: http://energyscienceconference.com/2018-speakers/

We only have room for 150 attendees and there are only 97 seats left. Register and get your tickets while you can: http://energyscienceconference.com/registration-cost/

2018 Energy Conference – Submit Your Presentation Papers Now

WANT TO PRESENT AT THE 2018 ENERGY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE?

The Energy Science & Technology Conference was originally founded by Aaron Murakami, John Bedini & Peter Lindemann. Although presentations based on theories and other visionary ideas are welcome, it has a long-standing tradition of having working demonstrations of machines and devices that defy conventional explanation. Priority will always be given to working models. Nevertheless, we encourage you to submit your presentation proposal.

Please provide both 1 & 2 to this email: info at emediapress dot com

  1. Send a one or two paragraph abstract of your talk, which can be used to describe your presentation to the attendees. Please provide this in either docx or pdf format.AND
  2. Send a paper detailing the content of your talk or at least an extended summary. You may include some images of the slides from your presentation. Please provide this in either docx or pdf format.