Top event seeks papers from aluminium specialists
Milan, April 4, 2012
Aluminium specialists have been invited to submit papers for presentation at the 8th edition of the Aluminium Two Thousand World Congress will be held in Milano, Italy.
The event, from May 14 to 18, 2013, is organized by Interall Srl (Aluminium Publications) and promoted by important European aluminium associations, industries and universities.
The last date for submission of a title is May 31, 2012 and an abstract of 200 words should be submitted before June 30, a notification said. The submission are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Many experts in aluminium technologies from all over the world have already confirmed their participation as speakers at Milano congress, said a statement.
The event will focus on: Innovative technologies for aluminium extrusion and finishing; extrusion workshop; special attention to new markets like Africa; and special session about casting/diecasting and related applications presented by big names of the industry.
The Congress will deal with metallurgy, extrusion, surface finishing, corrosion, casting, environmental technologies and all the most important subjects related to the aluminium Industry.
Three parallel sessions for three full days will ensure, by mean of 100 papers, that all subjects will be covered in detail and, on top of that, the technical team of the organizing committee will take care of evaluating the presentations and giving priority to the selection of innovative studies and researches, new industrial applications and case histories, said the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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