JSPMIC2022 to take place in November, issues call for papers

January 18, 2022

The Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy (JSPM) has announced the International Conference on Powder and Powder Metallurgy, 2022, Kyoto (JSPMIC2022), is scheduled to take place at the Doshisha University, Kanbaikan, Kyoto, Japan, from November 13–15. It has also issued a call for papers for the event.

Last held in 2017, (JSPMIC2022) offers the opportunity for scientific presentations and to increase communications among researchers, both in academic and industrial sectors. One particular topic to be highlighted at the event is the efforts to achieve a carbon-neutral society. JSPM states that the event may offer innovative solutions for technologies and products that are required for carbon neutrality in many areas, such as energy-related materials, infrastructure, industrialisation, technological innovation, capacity building and sustainable production consumption.

Technical sessions will cover the entire range of Powder Metallurgy topics. The conference will be in English and awards will be given to outstanding presentations.

Authors wishing to make a presentation in the technical programme are invited to submit an abstract in English by the deadline of July 22, 2022. Submission will be accepted online via the online submission system.

Further information on abstraction submissions or registration for the event is available by contacting: [email protected]

www.jspm.or.jp

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