November 1: Abstract Submission Deadline for EIPC Winter Conference 2020


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The European Institute for the PCB Community (EIPC) is seeking papers on topics ranging from business outlook, reliability and traceability, to design, new technologies, and equipment evolution for the PCB industry, for the upcoming EIPC Winter Conference, which will be held February 13–14, 2020, in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

The deadline for the submission of a one-page abstract is November 1, 2019.

Those interested to present, please send your abstract submission form to K. Smit-Westenberg at kwestenberg@eipc.org.

Click here for the abstract submission form.

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