Final Call for Papers for GPD Finland 2013

Date: 17 December 2012
The dead-line for submitting an abstract for GPD Finland 2013 is aproaching. If you have not yet submitted a paper for the event, you can still do so only until the 17th of December.


All acceptance notifications will be sent out in January 2013.

We would also like to share with you the GPD Finland 2011 proceedings book in electronic format (presentation slides included) to give you an idea of the kind of presentations that are expected in 2013. Please feel free to distribute this information to your staff and business partners.

GPD India 2013 - 19 - 20 March, Mumbai

GPD Finland 2013 - 13 -15 June, Tampere

GPD China 2013 - 22 -23 May, Beijing

Published by: Glass Performance Days | Vehmaistenkatu 5 | P.O. Box 25 | FI-33731 Tampere, Finland Tel. +358 10 500 500 | Fax. +358 10 500 6180 Mail: | Internet:

600450 Final Call for Papers for GPD Finland 2013
Date: 17 December 2012

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