GPD Finland 2013 Calling for Papers

Between the 13th and 17th of June 2013, GPD will hold for the 12th time the prestigious GPD Finland event in Tampere, Finland.For more than 20 years we have counted with your support to make GPD Finland one of the world's most important events for the glass industry.

The time has come again to invite you to share your knowledge with hundreds of other experts and together create a better future for the glass industry.

During the following week, the GPD organizing committee will announce the opening of abstract submission. If interested to attend GPD Finland 2013 please click here to view the material you will need to prepare for the abstract submission. When putting togther your paper, kindly keep in mind that this year's edition will focus on Glass Technology, Design and Sustainability.

As accustomed, fees are charged for your participation in GPD events. If you wish to see the fee options available this year please click here.

The abstract submission will be done on-line so check out www.gpd.fi for up-dates.

Glass Performance Days | Vehmaistenkatu 5 | P.O. Box 25 | FI-33731 Tampere, Finland Tel. +358 10 500 500 | Fax. +358 10 500 6180 Mail: info@gpd.fi | Internet: www.gpd.fi

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Date: 24 September 2012
Source: Glass Performance Days

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