Welcome to the 9th ICCG - June 24-28, 2012

Date: 17 January 2012
Source: http://iccg9.eu/
Following the first eight successful ICCG meetings, the 9th ICCG conference will be organized in Breda The Netherlands.

The focus of the conference is to bring together scientists, technologists, practitioners and managers from universities, research institutes, coating manufacturers, material and equipment suppliers and user industries to discuss the latest developments in the field of large-area glass and plastic coatings.

Here you can find a foreword by Dr. Koichi Suzuki secretary of ICCG e.v. and Karel Spee, Chairman of ICCG9

Call for abstracts is further extended

Abstracts for oral presentations will be accepted until Jan 17th

Abstracts for posters will be accepted until Jan. 31th

You can find necessary details on our abstract page.


2nd circular with call for abstracts is available

You can find the circular on our downloads page.


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Date: 17 January 2012
Source: http://iccg9.eu/

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