You’re Invited!

The ASC 2012 Conference Committee invites your company to exhibit at the 2012 Applied Superconductivity Conference, Inc.®, considered the conference of choice for individuals within the superconductivity community. We expect an attendance of more than 1400 of the top scientists and engineers involved in research and development on applied superconductivity throughout the world.

A major Superconductivity Exhibition will be held in conjunction with the technical conference featuring a large number of exciting exhibit companies consisting of product manufacturers and service providers concerned with the field of superconductivity as well as other related areas. This is an exceptional opportunity to present your company’s latest products, services, and techniques in an intimate setting to a sophisticated audience sharply focused on this market.

The ASC 2012 Exhibition will be held in the same facility as the Conference itself, the Oregon Convention Center. The Exhibition begins on Monday, October 8 and ends on Thursday, October 11. The Exhibitor Reception is to be held Tuesday, October 9

Exhibit Rates, Booth Space Assignment, Payment and Cancellation Information

Tentative Exhibit Schedule

Exhibit Prospectus, Rules & Regulations, Application & Contract Agreement and Floor Plan

Decorator Information & Exhibit Service Kit

List of Exhibitors – booth assignments are now available

Beware of hotel scams. ASC and Travel Portland have been notified that calls might be made to exhibitors reportedly from or on behalf of ASC offering lower rates for rooms.  Please be aware this is a scam to secure credit card numbers.  Travel Portland is the official housing department for ASC. Neither Travel Portland nor ASC is calling delegates to solicit credit card information.

For questions regarding the ASC 2012 Exhibition, please contact:

Conference & Exhibit Management

Centennial Conferences
917 Front Street, Suite 220
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Phone: [001] 303-499-2299, Fax: [001] 303-499-2599

ASC 2012 Exhibit Chair

Vincent Grillo