2022 Registration is open
Join us in Las Vegas, Nevada!
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2022 Registration Rates
||Member Early Rate: On or Before 2/4/2022
||Nonmember Early Rate: On or Before 2/4/2022
|Member Late Rate: On or After 2/5/2022
||Nonmember Late Rate: On or After 2/5/2022
|Full-Conference Registration (Best Value!)
Includes technical sessions, exposition, meals, networking events;
does not include workshops
|Student (Validation required - same as Full-Conference)
|Operator/Professor/Regulator (Validation required - same as Full-Conference)
|Exhibits-Only All Days (non-booth staff)
|Pre-Conference Workshops (half day/full day)
|Technical Facility Tours
Members enjoy registration discounts. Join us!
AMTA Membership Information | AWWA Membership Information
Who attends MTC?
- Consultants and Contractors
- Professors and students
- Federal, state and municipal management and executives
- Local, state and federal regulators
- International audience
- Manufacturers, suppliers and distributors
- Scientists and researchers
- Water and wastewater engineers
- Water utility plant management and executives
Note: If you are member of AMTA-only, please Register Here to secure AMTA member pricing.
The 2022 Program is now available.
MTC will feature technical podium and poster sessions, pre-conference workshops, facility tours, networking and a comprehensive Exhibit Hall. Join us to explore how the latest developments in technology can enhance water reliability and quality through membrane filtration, reuse, desalting, RO/NF/MF/UF and MBR for water treatment. The MTC planning committee is excited to share an outstanding technical program.
Conference Topics include
- Membrane Development, Research, and Innovation
- Plant Operation, Maintenance, and Management
- Project Planning and Design
- Membrane Filtration Applications
- Planning and Operations
- Concentrate Management
- Seawater Desalination
- Experts in the Round - Roundtable networking forums
MTC Workshops on Monday, February 21, 2022 will offer additional opportunities for in-depth, hands-on learning. Registration and fee is required, these items are not included in the full conference registration. See the 2022 Technical Program link above for detailed workshop descriptions and speaker biographies.
PC-1: Back to Basics (Half Day a.m.)
Back to Basics enables attendees to prepare themselves for the full MTC. Ideal for first time attendees and those new to the field of membrane technology, Back to Basics gives the audience exposure to membrane experts and knowledge in a focused forum.
PC-2: Membrane Cleaning: Cleaning Strategies for High and Low Pressure Membranes (Half Day a.m.)
PC-3: Potable Reuse - Membrane's Role to Play (Half Day p.m.)
PC-4 has been canceled
Monday, February 21, 2022
Registration and fee is required. Facility tours are not included in the full conference registration, and a waiver may be required to participate.
TOUR 1 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. The Southwest Water Reclamation Facility (SWRF) – City of Henderson (additional fee).
TOUR 2 11:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. The Southwest Water Reclamation Facility (SWRF) – City of Henderson (additional fee)
The 2022 MTC will be held at the brand new Caesars Forum in Las Vegas, Nevada. A conference hotel block has been established at the adjacent, fully renovated Harrah's Las Vegas Hotel.
A 2022 Conference room rate of $159 + $35 amenity fee per night plus taxes has been arranged. Rate valid through February 4, 2022 or until block is full - whichever happens first.
Harrah's Las Vegas Hotel
Located at the center of the Las Vegas Strip.
Be one of the first to enjoy fresh new rooms! Harrah's Las Vegas spacious sleeping rooms have been fully renovated with a stylish makeover. The easily accessible Harrah’s Las Vegas is steps away from various Las Vegas landmarks, a stop on the Las Vegas Monorail line, and a short walk to Caesars Forum - home of the 2022 MTC.
Schedule note: Pre-conference workshops and facility tours occur on Monday for an additional fee. Exhibit Hall opens on Tuesday morning following the Opening General Session. Exhibit Hall closes Thursday at 1:30 p.m.
Alert: Please be aware of fraudulent organizations contacting attendees to solicit hotel rooms. For your protection, reserve hotel accommodations using only the links provided above. Reservations made through any other housing services company could result in hidden charges, unusual restrictions, or incorrect hotel placement. If you are contacted by an organization you believe to be fraudulent, contact AWWA Lodging.
All presenters have access to the MTC22 Speaker Portal. In this portal, speakers can accept their presentation, sign the Creative Commons form, submit their manuscript and submit their PowerPoint presentation.
Presenters please note: MTC is a no-paper, no-podium conference. Before submitting an abstract, please review information below carefully to avoid surprises later on. If you are selected to present, remember that effective communication fundamentally affects the quality of the program, and a well-prepared presentation is the first step in reaching this goal. Please make sure you invest adequate time and energy in developing your presentation and paper. MTC is a no-paper, no-podium conference, NO EXCEPTIONS - make sure to follow the directions provided below as you develop your paper.
Please review information below carefully and contact us with any questions.
MTC 2022 Deadline Dates
Missing these deadlines can result in your removal from the MTC Program - AMTA and AWWA thank you in advance for being mindful of submission dates and requirements.
- Accept or Decline Presentation by Tuesday, November 2, 2021
- Signed Creative Commons Form by Tuesday, November 2, 2021
- Papers and/or Manuscripts are due by Friday, December 17, 2021
- Poster Presentations are due by Monday, January 24, 2022. Review Poster Guidelines
- Presentations are due by Monday, January 24, 2022
- All presenters are required to submit a paper/manuscript that follows the MTC Manuscript Guidelines
- All papers/manuscripts will be reviewed and approved by the Session Moderator or a member of the MTC Planning Committee.
- During the review process you may be asked to provide changes or additional information; AMTA/AWWA asks that you adhere to any requests and make changes within the time frame given.
- Download the Creative Commons form.
- Submit your Paper and/or Manuscript through your Speaker Portal or directly to AMTA Administrative Coordinator.
All PowerPoint Presentations are required to use the MTC PowerPoint Template and follow the MTC PowerPoint Guidelines. Out of respect for our members and attendees, presentations must not be commercial in nature. Note: Company name and/or logo can be included in your PowerPoint in the bottom corner only on the first and last slide. Logo max. size: 2" horizontal/wide by .75" vertical/high.
Presenters are required use the MTC PowerPoint Template
All Presentations will be reviewed and approved by the Session Moderator or a member of the MTC Planning Committee. During the review process you may be asked to provide changes or additional information; AMTA/AWWA ask that you adhere to the request and make the changes within the time frame given. Once your presentation gains final approval from the moderator or similar, you will need to contact AWWA to make any changes.
PowerPoint Presentations are due by date listed above. Please be timely.
Submit your PowerPoint Presentation through your Speaker Portal or AMTA Administrative Coordinator.
In order to allow sufficient time for your materials to be reviewed, AMTA/AWWA ask that you follow the guidelines and meet all the deadline dates above. Missing important deadlines can result in your removal from the MTC Program - AMTA/AWWA thank you in advance for your staying mindful of submission dates and requirements.
The planning committee will be recruiting moderators for the Membrane Technology Conference and Exposition. As a moderator, you are required to reach out to the presenters in your session to ensure they are on track to present and provide their materials on-time for your review and approval. You are required to review in advance all papers and PowerPoints that are included in your session. Keep your eyes open for additional communications and deadline schedules:
During your review, you should check all papers and PowerPoints for items: accuracy, logos, sales pitches, slide readability, graphics, and disparaging remarks, etc. and provide presenters feedback on updating or enhancing their papers and PowerPoints.
Presenters will submit their papers/manuscripts by December 17, 2021; you will then have a short window of time to review them. If you suggest improvements, please communicate those back to presenters in a timely manner.
Presenters will submit their PowerPoints by Monday, January 24, 2022; you will then have a short window of time to review them. Please begin your review as soon as possible. If you suggest improvements, please communicate those back to presenters in a timely manner.
Moderators are required to select a "Best Paper" contender from their session(s) and notify AMTA of that selection.
Moderators are required to attend a training webinar, where we cover how to log in to your Speaker Portal and access presenters’ papers/manuscripts and PowerPoints for review.
Onsite, moderators are required to: introduce each presenter in their assigned session, keep presenters on-time, and facilitate audience questions.
Please make sure you adhere to these Moderator Guidelines. If you are unable to meet these requirements please email AMTA Administrative Coordinator. and asked to be removed as a moderator.
We thank you for your time and effort, see you in Las Vegas!!