Final Call for the 7th ICCG7 conference, in 15-19 June in The Netherlands

Date: 5 June 2008
Source: ICCG7
Following the last six successful ICCG conferences (International Conference on Coatings on Glass & Plastics), the 7th ICCG will be held from 15th – 19th June 2008 in the Koningshof Conference Centre in Eindhoven / Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

The ICCG International Organizing Committee and the local organizer, TNO Science & Industry, wish that this conference will create an opportunity to bring together more than 400 scientists, technologists, practitioners, and managers from universities, institutes, coating manufacturers, materials and equipment suppliers and user industries worldwide to discuss the latest developments in the field of coatings on glass and plastics.

A highly interesting program has been agreed upon with 54 oral presentations and 55 poster presentations. This week ICCG sends around an electronic version of the final program booklet (click the link below to open the Final Program PDF), a paper copy will be available in the conference bag.

If you are interested to attend the ICCG7, we would like to ask (if not done already) to register at the ICCG7 website at your earliest convenience. Still rooms are available at the congress hotel but we cannot guarantee that rooms will be available till the end of the registration period!

Dr. Joanne Wilson (PR Officer ICCG7), Mr. Karel Spee Ms (Local Chairman of ICCG7) & Dr. K. Suzuki (International Secretary of ICCG7)

Below you can find additional information about ICCG7. If questions, please contact:

Congress and Meeting Services Holland

P.O. Box 18

5298 ZG Liempde

The Netherlands

Phone + 31 411 611 199

Fax +31 411 633 805


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