ASABE 2023Annual International Meeting
Hilton Omaha Nebraska and CHI Health Center
JULY 9-12, 2023
ASABE 2023 presents a forum to expand awareness of current industry trends, promote and acknowledge innovations in design and technology, and provide opportunities for professional development – all with a focus on the economic, political and societal impacts facing the industry.
ASABE 2023 Highlights
AIM Overview Video
- Networking Opportunities
- More than 1,000 Technical and Poster Presentations
- Professional Development Sessions
- Specialty Sessions which include invited speakers, panel discussions and round-table discussions
- Technical and Cultural Tours
- Professional Development Hours/Credits
- Career Fair
Abstract portal is open now until January 18>
Registration is open!
CLICK HERE to register
|REGISTRATION RATES||EARLY BIRD||ADVANCE REGISTRATION||ON SITE|
|(Before May 1)||(Before June 15)||(July 9-12)|
|CBS Day Mini-Symposium
|One Day Member||$515.00||$585.00||$649.00|
|Senior (over 65) Member||$475.00||$539.00||$615.00|
|Graduate Student Member||$375.00||$435.00||$499.00|
|Young Professional - Member||$660.00||$729.00||$795.00|
|Low Income Economies - Members||$475.00||$539.00||$615.00|
|One Day Nonmember||$675.00||$749.00||$845.00|
Add the Circular Bioeconomy Systems Day mini-symposium on to your full registration for only $75,
$99 after June 15.
Nonmembers! Join ASABE and begin your discount benefit with this meeting registration! Visit www.asabe.org
For hotel reservations by phone call the Hilton at 402-998-3400; Marriott at 888-236-2427. Mention ASABE for AIM rates.
Call For Papers
Join us as we gather in person July 9 - 12 in Omaha, Nebraska. Share your expertise, professional insights, and industry best practices by becoming a presenter. Interact with the industry's best and brightest engineers and engineering students while imparting your knowledge.
Hot topics are especially encouraged in the areas of: Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Systems, Data Analysis, Digital Agriculture, Machine Learning and public awareness surrounding issues related to agriculture, food, and natural resources.
ASABE is seeking abstracts for the following technical communities:
Applied Science & Engineering
Ergonomics, Safety & Health
Education, Outreach & Professional Development
Information Technology, Sensors & Control Systems
Natural Resources & Environmental Systems
Plant, Animal, and Facility Systems
A complete list of sessions available to submit to is available here. Answer the Call for Abstracts TODAY and help promote and educate your profession!
Submitting an abstract indicates your commitment to present at the annual meeting. Please expect to attend. Three submissions are allowed per author.
ASABE's Technical Session Presenter Policy
As a registered and scheduled presenter in a technical session at the meeting, you are confirmed to present your talk. If you do not present at the time and location of the session, your presentation will be marked as a NO-SHOW. This is for all technical sessions, both oral and poster sessions. Being marked as a NO-SHOW for your presentation will increase the likelihood that any future presentations you submit will not be accepted by the session organizers. Providing a well-organized session on topics relevant to our membership is a priority for the quality of meetings that are expected from ASABE.
Tours listed below can be added to your registration (coming soon) anytime before June 15. Any tours that do not meet the minimum requirement by June 15 will be canceled and refunds issued.
Technical Session Schedule
ASABE Foundation Dinner
Continuing Professional Development Courses
Tours & Activities
Tour A1D Future Farm Only - Thursday
Tour A2 Future Farm + NTTL with Transportation- Saturday
Tour A3 NTTL only - Saturday
Tour A4 NTTL only on own - Saturday
Tour A5 Valmont AIM Tour
Tour A6 CLAAS Lindsay Technical Tour
Tour A9 ENREEC _ Research Tour_R1
Tour A9 ENREEC - Beef Tour_R1
Tour A9A ENREEC - Infield Tour_R1
Tour A10 Outlook UNMC
Omaha Zoo Technical Tour
KIDS OF AIM
Childcare (click for more details)
ASABE is offering childcare during AIM on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. If you are interested in signing up for this service, please confirm your times using the registration link.
Camp (click for more details)
Kids aged 8-12 have the opportunity to go to camp while you are attending AIM. Registration available here.
CIRCULAR BIOECONOMY SYSTEMS
Visit ASABE.org for all of the up-to-date information on the CBS mini-symposium taking place on Sunday, July 9 during AIM.
2023 AIM DEADLINES
July 9-12 – Omaha, Nebraska
|August 31, 2022||Call for Sessions deadline
**includes ALL sessions - oral, invited, rap, hybrid, etc.
|September 25, 2022||Final list of session titles due|
|October 15, 2022||Expected opening of Call for Abstracts|
|January 18, 2023||Call for Abstracts deadline|
|February 1, 2023||CPDs, socials, tour, etc. events due|
|February 15, 2023||Session Organization due
(Site Closed to Authors January 19, – March 12, 2023)
|March 13, 2023||Call for Papers-website reopens to authors|
|March 13-17, 2023||Notifications sent to Authors from HQ|
|March 1-12, 2023||Initial contact from session organizer to authors to be sent|
|April 10, 2023||INVITED SESSIONS-all speaker names, affiliations, locations, talk titles, etc. due.|
|April 20, 2023||ITSC Paper Awards deadline. Full papers are due on the submission site for consideration.|
|April 24-28, 2023||Second contact from session organizer to authors noting below deadline and requirements.|
|May 1, 2023||
|June 19-23, 2023||Final contact from session organizer or moderator to authors|
OMAHA!! Bring the family and enjoy all that Omaha has to offer!
Named after a Native American Tribe, Omaha means "Those going against the wind or current." The city proudly continues to live up to this name, ever changing and expanding to meet expectations and set new trends. Omaha's entertaining neighborhoods pepper the city with friendly neighborhood eateries, live music, quirky shops and memorabilia from a rich history. From historic and urban chic to scrumptious and hip, there is something unique to see and do in every corner of the city. Street musicians and artists offer entertainment as you wander in and out of the many boutiques and galleries that line the cobblestone streets. Innovative restaurants, original steakhouses, local pubs, quaint cafes and jazz clubs make the Old Market a great stop for dining when visiting Omaha.
The expanded and revitalized Turner Park is Midtown Crossing's centerpiece green space. Located near the Hilton it is easy to walk there and experience this city park that is a popular venue for more than 150 community events each year.
The Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium redefines the term "zoo" by dedicating resources to saving and protecting species around the world. Walk through the world's largest indoor desert and the largest indoor rainforest in North America. Explore exotic locations and underground caves to see thousands of animals from across the globe in their natural habitat. And take advantage of one of our Behind-the-Scenes Zoo Experiences offered as Tours & Activities.
The RiverFront, a huge transformational development, combines three public parks into one identity. The newly reopened Gene Leahy Mall in the heart of downtown includes exciting amenities like a Performance Pavilion, state-of-the-art playground, interactive water features, Sculpture Garden, and plenty more spaces to gather, relax and have fun.
To sign up for planned tours and experiences, check out the Tours & Activities tab on our website! Or explore on your own using the links below.
Exploring Omaha & Beyond
Don't miss exploring the unique attractions in this city filled with history, culture and adventure. Check out the links below to get more information on what you may want to see during your visit. A few highlights include:
- Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium (ranked as one of the World's Best!)
- The Durham Museum
- Lauritzen Botanical Gardens
- Joslyn Castle
- General Crook House
- Love's Jazz and Art Center
- Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge - Talk a walk and stand with each foot in a different state and enjoy beautiful sites!
Don't miss the shopping and entertainment opportunities, especially in the Old Market District – a short walk from the hotel.
To make your visit even easier, download the Savings Pack offered by Visit Omaha and enjoy savings on some places you might visit!
And if you wish to venture outside the city while in Omaha, here are a few more places you may want to include on your itinerary.
Eugene T. Mahoney State Park—has an aquatic park, horseback riding, bike trails, golf, hiking, fishing, etc.
Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum—lots of historic space & plane information
Lee G. Simmons Wildlife Safari Park—they offer bus ride safari's where the animals come right up to the bus; an awesome experience for families
Also—there is a HUGE outlet mall located just south of Omaha in Gretna for your shopping pleasure!
ASABE has a block of rooms reserved for you at a discounted rate. Take advantage of this by using the link below or calling the hotel directly. Rooms are available at the discount until sold out or before June 18.
Hilton Omaha, $174 single/double plus state and local taxes - 1001 Cass St. 402-998-3400
There are a limited number of government rated rooms in the ASABE room block. ID will be required at check-in to honor the rate. To book these rooms, select the "I have an access code" option on the housing site for Hilton, and then enter the password - GOVASAB3 - in the box that pops up.
Omaha Marriott, $175 single/double plus state and local taxes - 222 N 10th St, 402-807-8000
Be sure to mention ASABE for the special rate.
SPONSORS & EXHIBITS
For over 100 years, the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) has been the premier educational and scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of engineering applicable to agricultural, food, and biological systems. Agricultural, Food and Biological Engineers develop efficient and environmentally sensitive methods of producing food, fiber, timber, and renewable energy sources for an ever-increasing world population. Founded in 1907, ASABE comprises nearly 7000 members in nearly 100 countries.
ABOUT THE ASABE 2023 ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL MEETING
The ASABE Annual International Meeting will provide a forum for 1500+ attendees to expand awareness of current industry trends, promote and acknowledge innovations in design and technology, and provide opportunities for professional development – all with a focus on the economic, political and societal impacts facing the industry. UNIQUE ADDITIONAL EVENT for 2023 – CBS DAY!
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES NEW DETAILS available here!
The below sponsorship opportunities are available during the ASABE Annual International Meeting. Sponsorships of +$4,999 include prominent tabletop space in the Exhibit Hall. All sponsorship options include using your company logo on the AIM website and on meeting signage, flyers, and emails when possible. Sponsorship opportunities can be customized to your needs – just ask us! SPECIAL CBS DAY SPONSORSHIPS ADDED
2023 Title Conference Sponsor - $20,000 SOLD
Foundation Dinner Sponsor - $15,000
Official Green Partner - $10,000
HOT OPPORTUNITY! - Monday Morning General Session Sponsor - $10,000
NEW! - Student Competition Sponsor - $8,500
Awards Luncheon Sponsor - $7,500
NEW! - Student Awards Recognition Sponsor - $7,500
Gold Sponsor - $5,000
CBS DAY sponsorships - $10,000-$1,000
Employers - Do you have a position available and are looking for the perfect candidate? Join the ASABE Career Fair to reach potential employees during AIM. Your job posting(s) will be posted prior to and during AIM for job seekers to view. Follow this link for more details and submit your company or organization to participate.
Job Seekers – Participation in the Career Fair is included with your meeting registration. Watch for the job postings to be listed prior to the meeting in July. You do not need to register for the Career Fair to attend.
Who is my Technical Community Program Chair?
These volunteers help coordinate and schedule all sessions within their technical community. Please contact them with questions regarding AIM session scheduling, or contact Jessica Bell, Bell@asabe.org.
AIM Technical Program Chair
AIM Technical Program Vice Chair
Applied Sciences & Engineering Technical Community (ASE)
Global Engagement (E-2050)
Energy Systems Technical Community (ES)
Ergonomics, Safety & Health Technical Community (ESH)
Education, Outreach & Professional Development (EOPD)
Information Technology, Sensors and Control Systems (ITSC)
Machinery Systems Technical Community (MS)
Natural Resources & Environmental Systems Technical Community (NRES)
Richard Scholtz, III
Plant, Animal and Facility Systems Technical Community (PAFS)
Processing Systems Technical Community (PRS)
Satyanarayan Dev; John Lawrence
Young Professionals (YPC)
Sushant Mehan; Ekramul Haque Ehite