GPD Finland Proceedings 2011 book in our online store now

Date: 22 August 2011
The GPD Finland 2011 Proceedings book is now available in GPD online book store. The price is 150 € + VAT 9% + dispatching costs.

All presentations given in GPD conferences are collected and published in different formats. Conference Proceedings Book & cd-rom and online library.

The conference proceedings book, which normally contains between 700 & 900 pages is printed just before each conference. It includes almost all presentations given at the conference. The book is given to all participants attending the conference to help them follow the presentations easily.

Contents (900 pages)

  • Glass in Architecture
  • Solar & Glass Technology
  • Glass Processing
  • Automotive & Other Vehicles

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