Our Water 2.0 Data Analytics for the Water Industry Conference is this week!  We would like to announce the final agenda.

Revised Water 2.0 Data Analytics bannerWater 2.0 – Data Analytics for the Water Industry Conference
Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Conference Location:
Foley & Lardner LLP
3000 K Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20007-5109

Our conference promotes the development of water technologies through innovation. Event co-sponsors include companies such as GE, American Water, Duke Energy and Watercura®.

The registration fee includes lunch and a post-conference networking reception.

Our Water 2.0 Data Analytics for the Water Industry Conference will focus on the use of data analytics, software and cyber security for water utilities. Those in attendance will include water and energy industry authorities, utility professionals and representatives from the EPA.














8:00-8:45  Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:45-9:00  Opening Remarks
Vincent Caprio
, Executive Director, WIAF & Water 2.0 Conference Chair

9:00-9:30  Legal issues and best practices for Big Data analytics and data security in the water utilities industry
Chanley T. Howell
, Partner, Foley & Lardner, LLP

9:30-10:00  Discovering Water 2.0: How Dynamic Data Analysis is transforming the water industry with a wellspring of new scientists
Kenneth E. Russell, Ph.D.,
Author of Social Knowledge

10:00-10:30  The Industrial Internet – Making it Real. Today.
Robert J. Gates, P.E.,
Global Marketing Director Manufacturing, GE Intelligent Platforms

10:30-11:00  How Digital Technologies and Advanced Data Analytics Can Reduce the Cost of Shale Oil / Gas Production
Piers Wells
, CEO, Digital H2O

11:00-11:30  Cyber Risk Management and the Water Industry
Jonathan Litchman
, Founder, The Providence Group

11:30-12:00  FBI: Economic Espionage Program

12:00-1:00  Lunch

1:00-1:30  Financing innovative water technology companies
Scott B. Livingston
, Chairman & CEO, Livingston Securities LLC

1:30-2:00  Get Social: Connecting water resources and increasing the flow of knowledge
Becky Scott
, Social Knowledge Program Manager, Cisco

2:00-2:30  New Tools for Improving Water Efficiency
Erik Hromadka
, CEO, Global Water Technologies, Inc.

2:30-3:00  Fluorescence-based cell assay for high-throughput detection of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in water sources
Diana A. Stavreva, Ph.D.,
Staff Scientist, National Cancer Institute, CCR, NIH

3:00-3:30  Water & Energy – Where the Two Meet
Maryanne E. McGowan, CPA, CEM
, Manager, Business Strategy & Implementation, Duke Energy

3:30-4:00  Carbon Capture: Predicting, Managing and Optimizing Water Treatment
Gary Miller
, President & Chief Operating Officer, ClearCove Systems

4:00-4:30  Data Analytics and IoT Start-Up Companies for the Water Industry
Vincent Caprio
, Executive Director, WIAF & Water 2.0 Conference Chair
Jim Hurd, Director, GreenScience Exchange

4:30-5:00  Little Data…Before Big Data
Richard E. Hyman
, Author of FROGMEN

5:00-6:00  Post-Conference Networking

Looking forward to seeing you in DC on November 18th!