Call for papers.
The conference chairman is Richard Presley, Southern Ionics, Inc., Kingwood, Texas, USA. The program chairman is David McDonald, Paprican, Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada.
The conference will focus on the manufacture and use of mechanical pulps with the theme: "Cost efficient mechanical pulp in high quality products: A bright future."
PROGRAM TOPICS INCLUDE:
* The future of mechanical pulp
* Pulp and fibre quality
* Furnish challenges
* Mill experiences
* Research results
* How to lower energy consumption
* Fractionation strategies
* Brighter, more permanent mechanical pulps
Papers are sought on all aspects of mechanical pulping, energy use, pulp brightening, fiber characteristics, pulp quality and paper properties.
A poster session will allow discussion of work in progress, and presentation of important research and scientific work. Poster presentations require submission of a full paper, which will be included in the proceedings of the conference. If you wish your abstract to be considered only for the poster session, please identity your abstract this way.
Those wishing to present a paper or a poster at the conference are requested to submit an abstract of 250 words, preferably by email, by September 15, 2002.
Send abstracts for consideration to:
570, boul. St-Jean
Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 3J9
Further information on the conference can be obtained on the PAPTAC website www.paptac.ca or by contacting Glen Black at the offices of PAPTAC.
The 2003 International Paper Physics Conference, sponsored by PAPTAC and TAPPI, will be held in Canada in September 2003.
The conference chair is Jeff Suhling, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA. The program chair is Mark Kortschot, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The conference will focus on all areas of paper physics, including fundamental work on the structure and properties of fibers and fibrous products--especially paper and board--and the physical and physicochemical mechanisms that occur in the manufacture and use of paper and paper products. It will be organized into oral presentation and poster sessions. In addition to papers on completed research and development projects, certain sessions will be devoted to work in progress.
Those wishing to present a paper at the conference should submit a one-page abstract of approximately 250 words, preferably by email, by December 1, 2002 to:
Dept. Chemical Engineering and Applied
University of Toronto
200 College ST.
Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 3EE5
Phone: + 1 416 978-8926
Fax: + 1 416 978-1376
Further information on the conference can be obtained on the PAPTAC website www.paptac.ca or by contacting:
740 Notre Dame West, Suite 810
Montreal, QC, Canada H3C 3X6
Phone: + 1 514 392-6967
Fax: + 1 514 392-0369
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|Publication:||Solutions - for People, Processes and Paper|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2002|
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