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Mon, 4 Mar 2013 12:12:53 -0500
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As you may be aware, PSE is hosting the 2013 Advanced Process Modelling
Forum (
London on 17-18 April 2013.

The event is focused on the application of high-fidelity predictive process
modelling to create sustainable value in the process industries. Speakers
include practitioners from leading industrial organisations and universities.

As part of the forum we will hold an academic poster session, and are now
calling for submissions. The posters will be in the general refreshment
areas or the main conference room, and will thus provide numerous
opportunities for viewing. There will also be a dedicated poster session
before lunch on Thursday 18 April. One author from each accepted submission
will gain free entry to the forum, worth £225 at academic attendance fee rates.

If you would like to submit a poster, please send us an abstract (or file
showing the poster itself)to [log in to unmask], with the subject of
the email ‘APMF 2013 poster abstract’. The research presented in the poster
should make substantial use of gPROMS based modelling
( any gPROMS platform product
) in order to achieve the results described. The closing date for
submissions is 8 March 2013. We will advise you if your poster has been
accepted within one week of the close date.

The Forum is an excellent opportunity to have your work seen by key industry
decision makers in R&D and engineering departments of large process industry
organisations, as well as to meet potential employers. We encourage you to
submit a poster if your work meets the criteria above, and look forward to
seeing you at the forum.
Kind regards
Kate Burness