Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Rob McCaffrey:

Dr. Rob McCaffrey originally trained as a geologist and received a PhD in geochemistry, mineralogy and geophysics in 1992. He co-founded Global Cement Magazine in 1997 and has now researched and written about all aspects of the cement industry for more than 25 years. He is an enthusiast for the cement industry, even taking his wife to visit a cement plant in Ecuador on their honeymoon. Despite this he is still married and has two daughters, one of whom has undertaken work experience at a UK cement plant. As editorial director of Global Cement Magazine, his interests encompass all technical aspects of the cement industry, as well as future trends. He has attended the IEEE-IAS/PCA cement industry conference in many localities, for almost 30 years, and used to be the youngest person at the event. Outside of work, he enjoys running, choral singing, sailing and birdwatching.


Jamie Notter:
Jamie is an author and culture designer at Human Workplaces, where he helps leaders drive growth and engagement by aligning workplace culture with success. With 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, generations, and culture change, Jamie is also the author of three books—Humanize, When Millennials Take Over, and The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement—and holds a Master’s in conflict resolution from George Mason and a certificate in Organization Development from Georgetown, where he serves as adjunct faculty.

Chad Hymas:

Chad is a best-selling author, president of his own communications company, and recognized world-class wheelchair athlete. In 2001, at the age of 27, Chad’s life changed in an instant when a 2,000-pound bale of hay shattered his neck, leaving him a quadriplegic. In 2003, Chad set a world record by wheeling his chair from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas (513 miles). Chad’s speaking career in the areas of leadership, team building, customer service, and mastering change has brought him multiple honors. He served as president of the National Speakers Association Utah chapter and is a member of the elite Speakers Roundtable (one of twenty of the world’s top speakers).

Conference Rules


The Conference has developed a set of Rules of Etiquette to help make everyone’s conference experience a positive one. By registering for the Conference, you agree to abide by these rules.

Scope of Rules

1.1 The intent of these rules is to maintain the conference at a high technical and Professional level and to prevent
any conflicts with the Conference Program.

1.2 Vendor participation is encouraged and welcomed. Conduct shall be in Accordance with this intent.

General Rules

2.1 Exhibitors must comply with the rules and regulations of the exhibit hall at all times.

2.2 Exhibit booths are intended for creating and maintaining acquaintances and for commercial discussions on an
individual basis.

2.3 All vendors must inform the Local Conference Chair or his/her designee as to the number of their personnel
that will be participating in their respective exhibit booth.

2.4 The Local Conference Chair or his/her designee will ensure that the exhibitors’ requirements are met in
accordance with the terms of the contract.

2.5 The exhibitors shall report all matters of concern relating to the conference to the Local Conference Chair or
his/her designee.

2.6 Literature and products for distribution, demonstrations and/or discussions are permitted, provided they are
consistent with the technical communication objectives of the conference and are distributed ONLY from within the
exhibitor’s booth.

2.7 Distribution of refreshments or other products for consumption are subject to the general rules and regulations
of the hotel/exhibit hall.

2.8 Large group-oriented displays of commercial equipment or group-oriented product presentations shall be
permitted with the prior approval of the Conference Committee Chair and may be open when no official activities
are scheduled.


3.1 In addition to the exhibit booth rental fee, all vendor personnel, exhibitor personnel, hospitality hosts and
attendees to the exhibit hall are required to register and pay the appropriate conference fee(s) to gain access to these

3.2 The booth rental fee includes one full conference registration for each booth rented. The conference does not
offer a vendor "day pass" or exhibitor-only registration.

Booth Regulations

4.1 Commercial displays, including product signs, posters, banners, etc., shall be confined to the exhibit hall. The
advertising and promotion of exhibitors’ products must be limited to the confines of their respective exhibit booth.

4.2 Each exhibitor must keep his exhibit open and properly staffed during, and only during, the specified exhibit
hall open hours.

4.3 Robots or other remote control devices should be limited to the exhibitor space only.

4.4 Audio-visual equipment must be kept at sound levels that do not interfere with other exhibitors. Audio-visual
presentations must be designed and regulated so the viewing is contained within the confines of the booth
space. All large-screen audio-visual presentations must be approved in advance by the Exhibit Chair.

4.5 Use of amplification devices (PA systems) is not permitted.

4.6 Careful consideration and attention shall be given to safety issues, such as moving machinery and other display
devices, to ensure the safety of exhibitors and attendees. The Exhibit Chair and his/her designee shall have the right
to have unsafe conditions resolved or removed immediately. Pre-approval of such devices by the Exhibit Chair or
his/her designee is encouraged.

4.7 Exhibitors may not have a display that blocks the view of exhibitors behind them on the same aisle. Thus
should an exhibitor purchase two adjacent booths at the end of an aisle, they will not be permitted to have a back
wall on their display that blocks the view of other exhibitors behind them.

Entertainment Rules

5.1 Authorized vendor luncheons, cocktail parties or other group affairs shall be scheduled and controlled so as not
to conflict with the official Conference Program or events.

5.2 Inviting customers to dinner on a personal basis, i.e., small groups, is acceptable but preferably scheduled after
the close of exhibit hours. Organizing dinner parties or similar off-site excursions, which take large groups away
from the conference and exhibit areas, is not acceptable.

5.3 The consumption of alcoholic beverages is restricted to the event area during the times designated by the
hotel/exhibit hall and Exhibit Chair.

5.4 The local Committee can designate certain evenings and /or mornings for social functions provided these
events do not conflict in any way with the official conference events.

Rule Enforcement

6.1 The Local Conference Chair is responsible to ensure strict adherence to these rules. Failure to comply may
result in the closing of the offending exhibit booth or display.

6.2 For any deviations from these rules, written approved; must be obtained from the Local Conference Chair.

What To Expect

We're Going Virtual!

This year’s IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Conference will take place on The Aggregate 3-D platform, and will offer ​attendees and exhibitors the same valuable interaction and face-to-face conversation opportunities as in year’s past.  



This won’t be the typical zoom meeting you hate to attend and can easily space out on. Instead of video chat tiles that remind everyone that they are in separate places, avatars in The Aggregate feel together in the same environment. Avatars can interact via voice chat, text chat, or playful animations.



Attending this virtual conference is identical to attending an in person conference, with no travel required! Lobby and community areas allow attendees to interact and converse with each other while sharing information such as company details, contact info, etc.  



You'll never miss a presentation again! On demand presentations are available after each session and can be viewed at your convenience.  Private meeting space is available throughout The Aggregate 3-D Platform.  Communal areas allow multiple attendees to join into a group conversation as if they were standing there in person together. 



Virtual meet up spots are located throughout The Aggregate World.  Looking for a colleague or friend? Walk up to the mezzanine area to search for them in the exhibit hall or take a look around to find a booth that you'd like to visit.  


Each exhibit booth is completely interactive and customizable.  Companies can display their logos, websites, power points, and videos on the screens located within their booth, creating a unique interaction with each attendee that stops by. 


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Different booth sizes allow each company to design their atmosphere using their company's logos, colors, and theme.  Multiple screens and seating areas within booth space allow targeted information to be displayed.  1-on-1 conversation with potential clients can take place within a booth, communal meet up space, or a private conference room.  


Sign into The Aggregate each morning to attend the conference.  Walk around the exhibit hall, talk with potential clients, and interact with other vendors.  Ready to attend this years conference?


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Registration 2022

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Exhibitor Map 3 28 2022

 Blue and yellow booths are SOLD

Exhibiting Hours Schedule:

  •  Sunday: 5:00PM – 7:00PM with reception
  •  Monday: 11:30AM – 6:00PM with lunch between 11:30am – 1:30pm and reception from 4:00pm – 6:00pm
  •  Tuesday: 11:30am -1:30pm with lunch. 5:00pm – 7:00pm with reception


Exhibit Booth Pricing:

  • Premium Booth- $4,000
  • Value Added Booth- $3,500
  • Standard Booth - $3,000