Last Call for Papers, Shanghai meeting

ICCE-19 Shanghai, China

July 24-30, 2011, Shanghai, China



19th Annual International Conference on Composites, Nano or Metals Engineering








Your scientific work is of interest to many researchers in chemistry, physics, biology and engineering of.  Nano materials and composite materials and materials science and structural mechanics.  In view of your research reputation, I personally invite  you to present a paper at the coming ICCE-19 conference in Shanghai.   We have limited space available, so hurry.



Interested author should “quickly” submit paper title and then within a week or so, let me know if you need more time,  submit detailed two-page short paper, each page has two columns format, to David Hui.  We will also  quickly review it and if accepted, send acceptance letter to you.



David Hui


David Hui

Chair ICCE-19 Shanghai

June 20, 2011

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