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ICNF conference launches call for 2021 edition

03 Sep 2020 News

ICNF conference launches call for 2021 edition

ICNF conference launches call for 2021 edition

ICNF conference launches call for 2021 edition

International conference organized by Fibrenamics - University of Minho opened a call for abstracts submission until December 31 in an edition that will be hybrid

Following the evolution of the pandemic caused by Covid-19, from 17 to 19 May 2021, Fibrenamics will present the fifth edition of the International Conference on Natural Fibers in a hybrid model. Participants will be able to travel to Funchal on Madeira Island and follow the face-to-face sessions or participate online. The ICNF conference is internationally recognized as a leading event in scientific innovation in materials based on natural fibers.

More than 500 international researchers have already presented their work in this area to an audience of hundreds of universities, research centers and multinational companies.

The 2021 edition will focus on ‘Materials of the Future’ at a time when the international community is trying to minimize the environmental impacts of global industrialization and find solutions to the scarcity of natural resources.

The call for papers to be presented at the conference is now open and all interested researchers can submit their abstracts until December 31, 2020 on the ICNF2021 website at: https://www.icnf2021.fibrenamics.com

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