“Particles for a better life” is the theme for PARTEC, the International Congress on Particle Technology, to be held in Nuremberg in 2019. The Executive Committee of PARTEC, chaired by Professor Stefan Heinrich, has now issued the call for papers: scientists engaged in research at universities, institutes or the wider industry are invited to submit their contributions for the Congress and present them to a top-level international community of experts at PARTEC 2019. PARTEC will be held at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 9 to 11 April 2019, in parallel with POWTECH.
Contributions may cover topics and questions such as “Handling and Flow of Particulate Systems”, “Particle Interactions and Interfaces”, “Modelling and Simulation” and “Applications of Particle Technology”. Interested researchers can submit abstracts by 30 April 2018, either as individuals or as a project group. Research results can be presented either in the form of a lecture as part of the congress programme or as a poster presentation. The full listing of potential topic areas and the full call for papers may be viewed at www.partec.info.
PARTEC is held every three years and, as the largest international congress for particle technology, encourages professional discussion between scientific and industry experts. The conference language is English. This highly regarded congress is sponsored by the VDI Association of Process and Chemical Engineering (GVC), with support from numerous other domestic and international organisations, including the International Association for Pharmaceutical Technology (APV) and the Society of Powder Technology (Japan). Companies in the industry are welcome to participate as sponsors. The last edition of PARTEC in 2016 attracted 472 congress delegates to Nuremberg.
PARTEC and POWTECH in parallel in Nuremberg
PARTEC will be held at the same time as POWTECH 2019, the leading Trade Fair for processing, analysis, and handling of powder and bulk solids.
PARTEC sees itself as an international forum for research and development in particle technology. The congress, which is held in English, brings together scientists and engineers from all over the world every three years and covers topics like particle formation, agglomeration and coating processes and diverse industrial applications for particles. The international congress for particle technology is organised by NürnbergMesse and is sponsored by the VDI Association of Process and Chemical Engineering (GVC). The event also receives support from numerous other associations and organisations.
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