ICCE-20 Beijing, China July 22-28, 2012

20th  Annual International Conference on Composites or Nano Engineering

 

www.icce-nano.org

we are still accepting NEW paper titles  for ICCE-20 Beijing,  China.  All areas of Composite materials, metals, polymers, ceramics, or nano materials  and all kinds of fibers research, will be welcomed, among other current topics such as those in chemistry materials,  bio nano, natural fibers, environmental and energy materials, computational materials and experimental mechanics etc..   Please inform many more interested professors, researchers, especially students, and junior faculty members, who need visibilities to present papers. 

 

Interested authors should submit tentative paper titles as soon as possible,  and then submit detailed two-page short papers by  May 1, 2012 (time extension possible)  to David Hui, each page has two-column format, and short papers must have graphs to show results.  If you wish to develop a session(s), please inform me.

 

 

(item 2)  the ICCE-20 registration fee of US$390 before May 22, 2012, is reasonable for five-day conference in Beijing, an expensive touristic city in Asia , and student registration fee of US$200 is even more reasonable.

 

 

(item 3) All these ICCE-20 detailed two-page short papers  are peered reviewed and will appear as short papers in journal, upon payment of registration fee and attendance of ICCE-20.   Further, “all” full-length version of these short papers (with paper title change) will also be peered reviewed and published in selected journals.   Thus, all participants will have two journal papers as a benefit of coming to ICCE-20 Beijing, China. 

 

There is no need for full-length paper, but if you wish to submit full-length papers, please do so during or immediately after the conference.

 

 

(item 4) The excellent  affordable venue hotel in Beijing, will be announced as soon as possible.  As usual, our high-quality venue hotel has amazing low prices. For planning purposes, cost is below USD 99 per night.

 

 

(item 5) the ICCE has received over 209, 000 google search citations, making it one of the premiere “annual” composites or nano conferences in the world.   One of the reasons this is an international conference is that historically, most of the attendees are from outside the continent.  The ICCE conferences are backed up by seven or more SCI journals, and attended by many world renowned experts in the field, including 20 or more members of US National Academy of Engineering or US National Academy of Science.

 

 

David Hui

Chair ICCE-20 Beijing, China

dhui@uno.edu

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