Second International Symposium on Innovation in Materials Processing 2019 to take place in Korea

May 8, 2019

Second International Symposium on Innovation in Materials Processing 2019 to take place in Korea

ISIMP 2019 will take place at the Phoenix Jeju in Jeju, Korea (Courtesy Phoenix Jeju)

The second International Symposium on Innovation in Materials Processing (ISIMP), organised by the Korean Powder Metallurgy Institute, Seoul, Korea, and the Korean Institute of Metal and Materials, Seoul, Korea, will take place at the Phoenix Jeju Hotel in Jeju, Korea, from November 6–8, 2019, and has issued a Call for Papers.

Authors are invited to submit abstracts by September 16, 2019 and selected authors are expected to submit full papers by November 18, 2019. ISIMP 2019 is expected to bring together leading scientists, researchers, engineers, practitioners, technology developers and policy makers in the materials processing industry for networking opportunities and to discuss the latest developments in research and innovation.

Further information about ISIMP 2019 is available from the event’s website.

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