CHoPS 2015 – Abstracts submission deadline extended

Israel has gone only recently through challenging times. So this may have caused participants to hesitate whether to participate in CHoPS 2015 (International Conference for Conveying and Handling of Particulate Solids) on 3 to 7 May, 2015 in Tel Aviv. Meanwhile it is safe to travel to Israel. And the Organizers are committed to provide conference participants with a safe and secure environment throughout the week, in activities both within and outside the conference center. On behalf of the organizing committee, once again the call is raised to submit abstracts describing recent achievements to share with the scientific community.

CHoPS2015 continues the tradition of providing a multidisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas, research results, and industry experience in the area of particle technology. The deadline for abstract submission has been postponed to the end of November.

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