Today we would like to announce a speaker update for our Water 2.0 Conference, located at Pfeiffer University in Raleigh-Durham NC on May 17th.   The theme of this year’s conference is “Digitally Connecting the Water Industry,” and will focus on the use of data analytics, software, cyber security for water utilities and industrial water users.










Water 2.0 Conference: Digitally Connecting the Water Industry
Thursday, May 17, 2018






Pfeiffer University Raleigh-Durham Campus
2880 Slater Road Suite 100
Morrisville, NC 27560






Attendees including water and energy industry authorities, utilities professionals and representatives from the EPA, will participate in presentations from such industry innovators as:












Kenneth E. Russell, PhD, Vice President, Digital Transformation and CIO, Pfeiffer University and Author of Social Knowledge

Vincent Caprio, Water 2.0 Executive Director & Conference Chair

Alan Hinchman, Chief Innovation Officer, Gray Matter Systems

Mark Modzelewski, General Manager, Treeline Interactive

Brian Fannon, Yadkin Riverkeeper

Shelly Eisen Livneh, Product Marketing Manager, Supercritical Water Oxidation Lab, Duke University

Karen Sorber, Executive Chair/CEO, Micronic Technologies

Matthew Hull, PhD, Associate Director for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, National Center for Earth & Environmental Nanotechnology (NanoEarth), Virginia Tech

Missy Hayes, Director of Sales and Marketing, SplashLink

Erik Hromadka, CEO, Global Water Technologies, Inc.

Jeremy J. Roberts, General Manager & Executive Director, Green Button Alliance

Jim Hurd, Director, GreenScience Exchange

In addition, there will be a session titled “FBI: Economic Espionage Program.”

We are honored to have Technologists such as Alan Hinchman of Gray Matter Systems, Mark Modzelewski of Treeline Interactive, Karen Sorber of Micronic Technologies and Erik Hromadka of Global Water Technologies. They are implementing the digitization of the Water Industry on a daily basis. Our Speakers are the hearts and minds of the Smart Cities movement.

Dr. Kenneth Russell, VP Digital Transformation and CIO of Pfeiffer University said, “Today’s learners have experienced water is so many ways – as fuel for life, as a catalyst for fun and sport – and especially as a valued resource to protect and conserve.  But today’s learners also want to know how they can participate and contribute to the industry of water – how to be great stewards while being able to advance a meaningful career.”

Questions in regard to the event may be directed to:

Matt Malandro, Conference Manager

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I hope you will be able to join us in Raleigh-Durham on May 17th!