Call for Papers EIPC Summer Conference Munich, Germany

Reading time ( words)

One thing is for sure, an EIPC Conference covers all of those three requirements, so delegates invariably leave us having read, conferred and written to completion. Not to say dined as well!

Taking place in Munich on 15-16 June 2023, the highlight will be a visit to the World of BMW and their Museum at Olympiapark, just outside the city on the 15th. But over those two days we plan to cover much other territory, as may be seen from our ‘wish list’ of topics that we would like to see covered. There is scope for everyone, so would you please be kind enough to allow us to share your knowledge and send us a summary as soon as you may.

Please may we have your abstract submission no later than March 31.


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