The 3rd International Scientific Conference on Hardwood Processing is accepting abstracts for peer-reviewed contributions and registration for commercial exhibits to ISCHP2011 in October.
ISCHP2011 is scheduled to be held Oct. 16 through 18, in Blacksburg, Va. ISCHP2011 invites presentations, papers (peer and non-peer reviewed), posters and commercial exhibits for the conference in the following areas: forestry practices and hardwood quality; supply chain management; hardwood processing and optimization; markets, trade and business insights; certification and sustainability; and hardwood innovations of the future.
The 2011 deadlines are: March 31 for peer-reviewed paper and presentation abstract submissions to email@example.com; June 30 for non-peer reviewed paper and presentation abstract submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org; Aug. 16 for presentation abstract submissions without a paper to email@example.com; Aug. 16 for poster abstract submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org; Sep. 16 for at least one author per contribution to have paper included in proceedings or presentation and poster accepted; and Oct. 14 for final powerpoint presentations to be uploaded to the web.
All abstract submissions should have "ISCHP2011-author's last name" in the subject of the email. The body of the email should include the following information as no attachments are accepted: type of submission (peer-reviewed paper and presentation, non-peer reviewed paper and presentation, presentation, or poster); title of submission; author(s) and their affiliation(s); corresponding author's mailing address, telephone number and email address; and abstract of 250 words or less.
For more information, email email@example.com or contact Urs Buehlmann at 540.231.9579.
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