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SSPC Issues Call for Abstracts for 2019

Monday, March 5, 2018

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SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings has started accepting paper abstracts for its 2019 Coatings+ conference, which may cover topics across the protective and marine coatings industry.

Abstracts will be selected based on originality, quality, relevance to the industry and overall objectives. If the abstract is accepted, the author must both submit a formal paper (5-10 page minimum) and register for the conference. Each presenter will receive a complimentary conference registration.

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Next year’s conference is slated to be held in Orlando, Florida, at the Coronado Springs Resort, Feb. 11-14, 2019.

Abstract topics can cover topics including, but not limited to: coating inspection equipment, corrosion control, environmental health and safety, coating failures and surface preparation.

Abstract submissions are due by May 1, with notification of acceptance being issued by June 1 and first draft of the papers due by Aug. 1.

Coatings+ is SSPC’s rebranding of its annual conference, previously called “SSPC featuring Greencoat.” Next year’s conference is slated to be held in Orlando, Florida, at the Coronado Springs Resort, Feb. 11-14, 2019.

   

Tagged categories: Associations; Calls for papers; Coatings education; Conferences; SSPC

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