2023 Dates To Be Announced Soon -- Danville, Virginia, USA

CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE (CEA) SUMMIT EAST - 2023

New connections and collaboration were clear themes that emerged from the successful 2022 debut edition, which attracted 200 + attendees from 28 states, including growers, educators, scientists, extension specialists, suppliers, and other industry members. Join us in 2023!

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2023 CEA Summit East

The Controlled Environment Agriculture Innovation Center (VT-IALR CEA-IC), a partnership between the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech and Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center at Virginia Tech and the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, and Indoor Ag-Con invite you to join us for the 2nd annual CEA Summit East in Danville, Virginia.

Our 2022 debut edition received great feedback from exhibitors and attendees alike.  Check out some of the press coverage here:

WSLS Channel 10 News

WDBJ-7 News

Vertical Farm Daily and Second Article

Cardinal News

Danville Register & Bee

Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center

What is CEA Summit East?

It is a conference featuring speakers highlighting different aspects of the CEA industry in keynotes, panels, and breakout sessions.

It is a networking event featuring tabletop exhibits from suppliers showcasing the latest CEA innovations and services with a host of opportunities to meet with peers and potential new business partners during meals, coffee breaks, and an evening social event.

The CEA Summit East co-hosts are uniquely qualified to bring the CEA industry and academia together to boost growth opportunities for all:

The Controlled Environment Agriculture Innovation Center is a joint project between the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech and the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research (IALR). Housed primarily within a modern indoor agricultural complex on the campus of IALR in Danville, VA, the center features hydroponic and soilless systems/production systems and facilities including indoor growth rooms, greenhouses, growth chambers, and vertical growing racks. The center’s scientists and technology teams are working closely with the industry’s top growers and suppliers on a number of key projects.

The Indoor Ag-Con team of seasoned event professionals produces the premier trade show and conference for indoor |vertical farming | controlled environment agriculture. Experiencing record growth each year, its events touch all sectors of the business — covering produce, legal cannabis |hemp, alternate protein, and non-food crops – and attract decision-making growers, investors, real estate developers, agtech leaders, produce buyers, academics, policymakers, industry suppliers and advocates from across the US and 20+ other countries.

Who Should Attend?

Everyone interested in controlled environment agriculture (CEA).

  • Indoor & Greenhouse Growers
  • Facility Owners & Operators
  • Researchers
  • Educators
  • Government Officials
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Architects, Construction Specialists
  • Sales & Marketing Teams
  • Industry Manufacturers & Suppliers

Why Attend CEA Summit East?

  • Attend educational sessions – Come hear from and interact with speakers through panels, breakout sessions, and industry and research updates.
  • Network with industry suppliers showcasing CEA innovations at tabletop exhibits – Enjoy a great opportunity to get to know individuals with different perspectives within CEA throughout the event and at our evening social gathering!
  • Compete in the poster competition – Graduate students in CEA-related topics are invited to present their work in a poster competition.
  • Ignite ideas – One of the best ways to bring about new ideas and solve problems is by taking a trip and having great discussions to gain a new perspective.
  • Learn – CEA is growing, and so is the need to fill positions with talented individuals. This is an opportunity to teach new talent and on the other end, learn from CEA experts.

Registration Information Coming Soon

2022 Conference - Look for 2023 Information Coming Soon

A day-and-a-half event full of keynotes, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities. We're adding speakers daily so check back often for latest program updates!

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

Registration

8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Welcome/Event Overview

8:45 AM - 9:30 AM

Keynote Address

Roger Buelow
Roger Buelow

CTO, AeroFarms

Kick-Off Keynote: Roger Buelow, CTO, AeroFarms

AeroFarms
We are excited to welcome Roger Buelow, CTO, AeroFarms, to the keynote stage to kick off the inaugural edition of CEA Summit East. As CTO, Roger Buelow leads the innovation and capabilities team for AeroFarms and works closely with R&D and Business Development. He is an LED innovator and engineering technologist with over 20 years of experience in government and the private sector.

Roger will share more about the newly opened AeroFarms Danville, the world’s largest aeroponic smart farm, capable of growing more than 3 million pounds of fresh leafy greens annually to meet increased consumer demand. He will discuss how it utilizes the  proprietary indoor vertical farming technology  of AeroFarms to grow more plants at the highest productivity per square foot with the least amount of natural resources – continuing the company's legacy of continuous improvement and innovation.  In addition to the environmental benefits, Buelow will discuss benefits the farm brings to the local Danville community, as well as updates on some of the exciting plant research and workforce development projects he and his team are working on with Virginia Tech, the IALR and the CEA Innovation Center.
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

Breakout Sessions 1

Joe Swartz
Joe Swartz

AmHydro

Paul Brentlinger
Paul Brentlinger

CropKing Inc

Brian Harris
Brian Harris

HortAmericas

Selecting Technologies For Your CEA Operation

CEA Skills Track

With the ever-growing options appearing on the market today, how do you select the correct technologies for your CEA operation? From irrigation to control systems to automation, our expert panel will break it all down for you during this insightful session. You leave armed with the right questions to ask to find the right tech for your operation.
David Lopez Restrepo
David Lopez Restrepo

Babylon MicroFarms

Carl Gupton
Carl Gupton

Greenswell Growers

Stephen Versen
Stephen Versen

VDACS

Growing Local and Finding Funding: Secrets to Successfully Partnering with State, Local Government Agencies to Grow Your Business

Business Tips & Regulation Track

As interest grows in the health and environmental benefits CEA's local food sources can deliver, so too do opportunities to work with your state and local government agencies. From grants to workforce development, our panel of growers and government leaders will explore ways to work together to build successful, sustainable partnerships that help strengthen growing operations and the communities they serve.
Josh Kardos, Ph.D.
Josh Kardos, Ph.D.

Virginia Tech

Kyle Barnett
Kyle Barnett

Cultivatd

Uttara Samarakoon, Ph.D.
Uttara Samarakoon, Ph.D.

The Ohio State University-Agricultural Technical Institute

Jacob Taylor
Jacob Taylor

GO TEC

Recruiting and Training the Next Generation of CEA Leaders

Teaching, Extension, Workforce Development Track

The average age of today's farmer is more than 57 years old. Our panel of educators will discuss strategies to attract the interest and excitement of the next generation of growers to ensure that we can develop pathways and fill pipelines with the future farmers of the world.
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Coffee Break and Mid-Morning Networking

Explore tabletop exhibits and network with industry peers.
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM

Breakout Sessions 2

Jennifer Waxman
Jennifer Waxman

Seed2Source

Sam Norton
Sam Norton

Heron Farms

Luis Ampudia
Luis Ampudia

Innio Jenbacher

Michael Starr
Michael Starr

urban-gro, Inc.

Sustainability: How to Maximize Your Grow and Reduce Your Environmental Impact

Business Tips & Regulations Track

CEA operations are recognized for reduced water and pesticide usage, but also for higher start-up, running costs and energy use. From lighting and harvesting to water use and precision growing, our panel will share proven strategies and best practices to ensure we're all growing health foods in the most sustainable ways.
Michael Schwarz, Ph.D.
Michael Schwarz, Ph.D.

Virginia Seafood AREC

Jonathan van Senten, Ph.D.
Jonathan van Senten, Ph.D.

Virginia Seafood AREC

Chuck Weirich, Ph.D.
Chuck Weirich, Ph.D.

NOAA National Sea Grant Office

Introduction To & Economics Of Aquaponics

CEA Skills Track Limited land and water resources, coupled with the need to develop sustainable food sources, point to a strong future for controlled aquaponics environments which grow fish and plants utilizing recirculating water systems. During this insightful session, leaders from the Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research & Extension Center and other organizations will share many benefits and opportunities aquaponics offers.
Kaylee South, Ph.D.
Kaylee South, Ph.D.

Asst. Professor, Virginia Tech

Chris Mullins
Chris Mullins

Extension Specialist, VSU

Joanne Jones
Joanne Jones

Assoc. Extension Agent, VCE

Steven Rideout, Ph.D.
Steven Rideout, Ph.D.

Professor/Extension Specialist, Virginia Tech

Why We Need the Land Grant University Extension System and How To Use It

Teaching, Extension and Workforce Development Track

A land-grant (or Extension) university or college is an institution that provides research-based programs and resources – especially in the agriculture sector--for residents within their state. Every state has at least one and if you are not already tapping into this rich resource, find out why you should and how easy it is to do so.
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch & Networking Roundtables

1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

CEA Industry & Research Showcase

From grower success stories to the latest research findings, hear 4 insightful, idea-packed briefs from some of the CEA industry's leading innovators.
Uttara Samarankoon, Ph.D.
Uttara Samarankoon, Ph.D.

Ohio State University

Showcase 1

Sustainable Production Techniques For CEA

Utarra Samarakoon,Ph.D., Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator, Greenhouse & Nursery Management, Ohio State ATI
Marcus Comer, Ph.D.
Marcus Comer, Ph.D.

Virginia State University

Showcase 2

Marcus Comer, Ph.D., Extension Specialist/Associate Professor, Virginia State University
Scott Lowman, Ph.D.
Scott Lowman, Ph.D.

Institute for Advanced Learning and Research

Showcase 3

Snapshot of the VT-IALR Controlled Environment Agriculture Innovation Center

Dr. Scott Lowman, Vice President, Applied Research, Institute for Advanced Learning and Research
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

CEA Industry & Research Showcase – Part Two

From grower success stories to the latest research findings, hear 4 insightful, idea-packed briefs from some of the CEA industry's leading innovators.
Scott Lowman, Ph.D.
Scott Lowman, Ph.D.

Institute for Advanced Learning and Research

Showcase 1

Biostimulant and biocontrol development for controlled environment agriculture

Dr. Scott Lowman, Vice President, Applied Research, Institute for Advanced Learning and Research
Dr. Paul Edmondson
Dr. Paul Edmondson

Hyve

Showcase 2

What's Happening at HYVE: Collaboration, Research & Projects

Dr. Paul Edmondson, Chief Scientist and Researcher, HYVE Indoor Farming Systems
Bryan David
Bryan David

UVA Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service

Showcase 3

CEA Economic and Workforce Development Strategy and Roadmap for Southern Virginia

Bryan David,Program Director, University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service to advance economic and community development in Southern Virginia | Go Virginia Region 3
Toni Sperry
Toni Sperry

Pod Farms LLC

Showcase 4

Colliding 3-D Printing Technology With Ag-Tech to Create Efficient and Scalable Indoor Hydroponic Systems From Small Scale To Large Production

Toni Sperry, President & Founder, Pod Farms LLC
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM

Breakout Sessions 3

Laura Strawn, Ph.D.
Laura Strawn, Ph.D.

Virginia Tech

Adam Wright
Adam Wright

Seed2Source

Margaret Dominguez
Margaret Dominguez

Soli Organic

Rebecca Mungiole
Rebecca Mungiole

AeroFarms

Policies, Current Programming, and the Future of Food Safety in CEA

Business Tips and Regulations Track

While indoor farming may reduce or, in some cases, eliminate sources of contamination, food safety risk factors remain. Every system has hazards that must be managed.

From water, testing and sanitizers to infrastructure/system design, materials considerations and more, our expert panelists they will discuss strategies, risk assessments, certifications and steps you can take to make sure you are producing the safest quality produce possible.
John Gottula
John Gottula

SAS

Jay Larramore
Jay Larramore

SAS

Analytics 101: How To Leverage Sensor Data

  • CEA Skills Track

    Greenhouses, hydroponic facilities and vertical farms produce sensor data including (and not limited to) temperature, humidity, light, pH probes, slab weights and image data. Participants will learn how to visualize, break down and model this data as a time series. Use cases include control charting, predictive maintenance and yield forecasting.

Todd Downing
Todd Downing

Best Human Capital

Kara Joyce
Kara Joyce

Virginia Dept. of Labor and Industry

John McMahon
John McMahon

Schuyler Greens

Anthony Smith
Anthony Smith

AeroFarms

Cultivating Your Workforce: Secrets for Building the Best Team

Teaching, Extension and Workforce Development Track

As greenhouse and indoor farm production continues to grow at a rapid pace, finding, cultivating and retaining a qualified workforce is more important, and more challenging than ever.

From hourly labor to management positions, our panel will share proven ideas, strategies and programs to help your team improve technical skills, professional development and more.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Networking Reception & Tabletop Exhibits

Join us as we top off day 1 with a networking reception to connect with fellow growers, researchers, educators and industry members, see the latest innovations from our tabletop exhibitors.

Scroll Back To Top To See Day 2 Schedule

Be sure to scroll back up to the top of this section and click the Wednesday, October 26 tab to see our full schedule for Wednesday, too!
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Welcome and Keynote Address From Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry Matthew Lohr

Matthew Lohr
Matthew Lohr

Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry

Reorienting Our Fresh Produce Supply Chain: Behind Virginia’s Push To Become a National Indoor Farming Industry Leader


The CEA Summit East is pleased to welcome Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry to our keynote stage for Day 2!

As he stated during the recent Grand Opening of the AeroFarms Danville farm, "Rising transportation costs and droughts in the western United States will mean East Coast states like Virginia must reorient our supply chain for fresh produce to more local suppliers. While painful, this situation also creates an important opportunity for the Commonwealth to become a national leader in the fast-growing indoor farming industry. Continued success in recruiting and supporting the growth of these companies can bring economic opportunity to all corners of the Commonwealth, while also supplying fresh, safe, and sustainable food to our citizens and neighbors."

Join us as Secretary Lohr shares more about Virginia's vision for the future of fresh produce and how he and his team will work with industry partners to achieve it -- offering great ideas and insights for industry members from every state.
9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

Special Panel Presentation

Scott Lowman, Ph.D.
Scott Lowman, Ph.D.

CEA Innovation Center

 Jennifer Waxman
Jennifer Waxman

Seed2Source

 Michael Evans, Ph.D.
Michael Evans, Ph.D.

Virginia Tech

Carl Gupton
Carl Gupton

Greenswell Growers

Building the Future of CEA


Bringing together grower, government, academia/research and supplier perspectives, this insightful panel will explore the power of partnership in driving the successful future of the CEA industry.

From opening lines of communication and greater transparency to sharing resources, research and best practices, this session will delve into how we can all work together to ensure that regulation represents our industry properly; that healthy competition thrives; and that all sectors can grow successfully -- together.

Bring your thoughts and ideas for what promises to be an engaging and inspiring session.

10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Coffee Break and Mid-Morning Networking

Explore tabletop exhibits and network with industry peers.
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

CEA Industry & Research Showcase

From grower success stories to the latest research findings, hear 4 insightful, idea-packed briefs from some of the CEA industry's leading innovators.
John Gottula
John Gottula

SAS

Showcase 1

How to 'Right Size' CEA Digital Projects

John Gottula, Director of Crop Science, SAS
Bingyu Zhao, Ph.D.
Bingyu Zhao, Ph.D.

Virginia Tech

Showcase 2

Breeding Snacking Peppers Suitable For Indoor Agriculture

Bingyu Zhao, Ph.D., Professor, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech
11:45 AM - 12:15 PM

Conference Take-Aways and Door Prizes

We'll highlight the key points, lessons and themes that emerge from this 2-day deep dive into the future of CEA and what they mean for your business. And, we'll also announce the lucky CEA Summit Door Prize winners.
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM

Networking Roundtables and Box Lunch

12:45 PM

CEA Innovation Center Tour (Optional)

A unique opportunity to get an inside look at CEA Innovation Center’s hydroponic and soilless systems/production systems and facilities, including indoor growth rooms, greenhouse, growth chambers and vertical growing racks. Hear more about some of the Center's exciting research projects, too!

In addition to a first-hand look at cutting edge research projects happening now, you can also explore ideas for collaborations with Virginia Tech and IALR researchers.    

2022 Event Speakers -- 2023 Updates Coming Soon

Industry members, researchers, and government officials. New speakers joining the roster daily so check back regularly!

  • Lohr

    Matthew

    Lohr

    Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, Commonwealth of Virginia

  • Buelow

    Roger

    Buelow

    CTO at AeroFarms leading innovation and capabilities team and working closely with R&D and Business Development.

  • Evans, Ph.D.

    Michael

    Evans, Ph.D.

    Co-Director, CEA Innovation Center| Director, School of Plant & Environmental Sciences, VA Tech College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

  • Lowman, Ph.D.

    Scott

    Lowman, Ph.D.

    Co-Director, Controlled Environment Agriculture Innovation Center and Vice President, Applied Research, Institute for Advanced Learning and Research

  • Schwarz Ph.D.

    Michael

    Schwarz Ph.D.

    Associate Director, Controlled Environment Agriculture Innovation Center Director, Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Virginia Tech

  • South, Ph.D.

    Kaylee

    South, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor of Controlled Environment Agriculture, Virginia Tech and IALR | Controlled Environment Agriculture Innovation Center Team

  • Swartz

    Joe

    Swartz

    VP of AmHydro - Controlled Environment Ag Consultant and Horticultural Advisor helping growers worldwide.

  • Brentlinger

    Paul

    Brentlinger

    2nd generation owner of CropKing Inc and has 20+ years of experience working with CEA growers all over the world.

  • Lopez Restrepo

    David

    Lopez Restrepo

    Head Grower of Babylon Micro-Farms Inc. North America's leading provider of distributed Micro-Farming technology

  • Gupton

    Carl

    Gupton

    President of Greenswell Growers, an innovative large-scale growing facilty based in Manakin-Sabot, VA

  • Waxman

    Jennifer

    Waxman

    Seed2Source Founder | Controlled Environment Ag Specialist Since 2005 | Visionary of The Villages Grown™.

  • Downing

    Todd

    Downing

    Managing Partner at Best Human Capital & Advisory Group leading Horticulture, Hydroponic, C-Level Search

  • Gottula

    John

    Gottula

    Director of Crop Science For SAS

  • Laramore

    Jay

    Laramore

    Sr. Analytical Consultant | Trainer, SAS

  • Edmondson

    Dr. Paul

    Edmondson

    Chief Scientist and Researcher, HYVE

  • Kardos, Ph.D.

    Josh

    Kardos, Ph.D.

    Instructor, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech

  • Versen

    Stephen

    Versen

    Project Manager, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

  • van Senten

    Jonathan

    van Senten

    Assistant Director at Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center

  • Mullins

    Chris

    Mullins

    Extension Specialist at Virginia State University

  • Welch

    Benjamin

    Welch

    Principle Business Development Engineer, Canon of Virginia

  • Barnett

    Kyle

    Barnett

    Director of Sales and Partnerships, Cultivatd & Founder, KB CEA Consulting

  • Zhao, Ph.D.

    Bingyu

    Zhao, Ph.D.

    Professor, School of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech

  • Norton

    Sam

    Norton

    Founder & President, Heron Farms, the world's first indoor saltwater vertical farm

  • Samarakoon, Ph.D.

    Uttara

    Samarakoon, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor & Program Coordinator Greenhouse |Nursery Mgt, Ohio State ATI

  • Ampudia

    Luis

    Ampudia

    Senior Sales Manager, Innio Jenbacher

  • Joyce

    Kara

    Joyce

    Apprenticeship Consultant, Virginia Department of Labor and Industry

  • Jones

    Joanne

    Jones

    Associate Extension Agent, Virginia Cooperative Extension

  • Strawn, Ph.D.

    Laura

    Strawn, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Food Science & Technology at Virginia Tech

  • Harris

    Brian

    Harris

    Regional Sales Manager, East at Hort Americas

  • McMahon

    John

    McMahon

    CEO and Farm Manager, Schuyler Greens, Schuyler, VA

  • Taylor

    Jacob

    Taylor

    Technical and Training Manager, GO TEC

  • Starr

    Michael

    Starr

    Vice President of Architecture, urban-gro, Inc.

  • Sperry

    Toni

    Sperry

    President, Founder, Inventor, Pod Farms Inc, LLC & Inventor

  • Comer, Ph.D.

    Marcus

    Comer, Ph.D.

    Extension Specialist/Associate Professor, Virginia State University

  • Wright

    Adam

    Wright

    Co-Founder, Seed2Source

  • Dominguez

    Margaret

    Dominguez

    Vice President, Food Safety and Compliance at Soli Organic

  • David

    Bryan

    David

    Program Director, Southern Virginia, Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the University of Virginia/GO Virginia Region 3

  • Smith

    Anthony

    Smith

    Danville Plant Manager, AeroFarms

  • Mungiole

    Rebecca

    Mungiole

    Food Safety & Quality Assurance Manager, AeroFarms

  • Weirich, Ph.D.

    Chuck

    Weirich, Ph.D.

    Aquaculture Manager, NOAA National Sea Grant Office

  • Rideout, Ph.D.

    Steven

    Rideout, Ph.D.

    Professor/Extension Specialist of Plant Pathology, Virginia Tech - School of Plant and Environmental Sciences

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    Dr. Scott Lowman

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PAthosans
Blue Ridge Aquaculture
Hort Americas
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Hyve
Surna
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Innio Jenbacher
Hiphen
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Danville, Virginia

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IALR Institute Conference Center

150 Slayton Avenue

Danville, Virginia 24540

Phone: (434) 766-6700

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Airport information:

Piedmont Triad International Airport (airport code: GSO) located in Greensboro, NC

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (airport code: RDU) located in Morrisville, NC

Lynchburg Regional Airport (airport code: LYH) located in Lynchburg, VA

Train information:

Amtrak train station located in Danville, VA (code: DAN)

Parking at IALR:

Free parking at IALR!

Places to Stay

Best Western Phone: 434-483-5000

Comfort Inn & Suites Phone: 434-793-2000

Courtyard by Marriott Phone: 434-791-2661

Hampton Inn Phone: 434-793-1111

Holiday Inn Express Phone: 434-793-4000

Sleep Inn & Suites Phone: 434-793-6090

Quality Inn Phone: 434-333-7208

The Bee Hotel Phone: 434-234-9440

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