From: Alain Bernard (Alain.Bernard@irccyn.ec-nantes.fr)
Date: Fri Feb 09 2007 - 22:38:05 EET
this conference has become for some years now, one the most important
events in Europe for Rapid Product Development, Rapid Manufacturing,
Reverse Engineering in many application domains.
I would like to warmly recommend to have a look to the website and
consider submitting a paper.
This is a very significative event for our domain and a selection of
papers are published in different journals (mainly RPJ, Virtual and
Physical Prototyping, IJ Product development).
This conference is very well organised and we are always very welcome.
I hope that you would consider this opportunity and I hope to seeing you
All the Best,
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Sujet: VRAP2007 Call for abstracts
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 17:15:12 -0000
De: Paulo Bartolo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pour: Paulo Bartolo <email@example.com>
*3rd International Conference on Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid *
* Prototyping(VRAP 2007, www.dem.estg.ipleiria.pt/vrap2007), Leiria,
* **Extended Call for abstracts: 12th of February 2007*
The 3rd International Conference on Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid
Prototyping (http://www.dem.estg.ipleiria.pt/vrap2007) will be held
from 24th to 29th September 2007.
The conference will take place at Leiria, an important Portuguese
industrial centre and historical city, approximately 1 hour from Lisbon.
VRAP is designed to be a major forum for the Scientific exchange of
multi-disciplinary and inter-organisational aspects of Virtual and
Physical Prototyping and related areas. In previous editions, a large
number of researchers and Industrials CEOs from all over the world
participated at the
Conference, making it one of the most successful International
Conferences on a broad range of topics related with Virtual and Physical
VRAP2007, will have 16 highly regarded Keynote Speakers and several
technical sessions. Some workshops will take place too, on topics like
micromanufacturing and rapid manufacturing/biofabrication.
All accepted papers will be included in a Book with ISBN registration,
published by Taylor & Francis. Selected papers will also be published in
selected International Journals.
*Conference Topics, include but are not limited to:*
1. CAD and 3D data acquisition technologies
3. Virtual environments
4. Advanced manufacturing technologies and nanofabrication
5. Rapid tooling and manufacturing
6. Concurrent engineering
7. Human-machine interaction
8. Biomanufacturing/Rapid Prototyping for Tissue Engineering
*Call for Papers*
Simple page abstracts addressing the conference themes are invited from
all interested participants and can be submitted by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words in length and should
summarise the intended content of the paper and the substantive issues
it will rise.
All abstracts and full papers will be rigorously refeered. All papers will
be included in conference proceedings published on an ISBN numbered
book, published by Taylor&Francis and made available to delegates
attending the conference.
* Important Dates*
Submission of Abstracts: 12th of February 2007 (Extended Deadline)
Notification of acceptance: 23 th of February 2007
Submission of preliminary papers: 28 th of March 2007
Acceptance of papers with referee comments: 27 th of April 2007
Submission of revised camera-ready paper: 25 th of May 2007
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