Less Than Two Weeks Left. Will You Join PaperCon’s Thought Leaders?
The secret of getting ahead is getting started – Mark Twain
PaperCon, April 26-29, 2020 in Atlanta, GA, is considered the world’s largest technical conference for the paper industry. This prestigious event brings together the top minds in the industry to share their latest advancements and technologies as well as to discuss current issues and future strategies. They are the “thought leaders” of the future.
This is your opportunity to join this esteemed group of leaders and present at PaperCon 2020. Submit your abstract before October 11, 2019 in order to be considered.
The PaperCon planning committee is looking for abstracts in the following areas:
- Coating and Graphic Arts
- Paper and Board
- Papermaking Additives
- Process Control
- Papermaking Fundamentals
- Recycled Paperboard
- Mill Reliability and Maintenance
View the Call for Papers for specific topics of interest within each area.
Featured Area: Coating and Graphic Arts
The Coating and Graphic Arts Program within PaperCon attracts professionals from all areas of the paper coating, converting and graphic arts industries. The Program is designed to address both on-going and emerging topics of interest to the industry and attract professionals from manufacturing, product development, business development, sales, and marketing within the various industry segments.
This year, the Program’s primary focus will be on “Novel Coating and Printing Concepts to Address Emerging and Opportunistic Needs of the Industry.” Suggested topic categories include: Packaging, Label and Digital Coating Applications; Novel Coating and Process Technologies; and Advances in Printing and Graphic Arts. The Program also includes a Best Paper Award and poster presentations. Learn more.
Abstracts in all areas should be uploaded to the TAPPI Speaker Management System by October 11, 2019.
PaperCon 2020 will once again be co-located with the Recycled Paperboard Technical Association’s (RPTA) Production-Technical Seminar and the TAPPI/IDCON Reliability and Maintenance Program.
For questions about PaperCon 2020, please visit the conference website at PaperCon.org or contact Tyler Mast at [email protected] or 770-209-7345.