SEPAWA Congress 2017 calls for papers: final day

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SEPAWA Congress 2017 calls for papers: final day

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The  SEPAWA annual congress for the detergents/cleansers, cosmetics and perfumery industry in Europe has put out its final, extended call for submissions.

The congress has invited lectures and posters to be submitted for consideration for the Forum for Innovations at the SEPAWA Congress 2017.  Submissions can be made here.

As in previous years, the core areas of focus for the congress are:

  • Personal Care​ (KOS Sessions)

Innovations on the subject of cosmetics, body care and perfumery

  • Home Care​ (WPR Sessions)

Innovative aspects from the fields of detergents and cleaners

  • Technology & Machinery

Innovations and developments of processes and technologies

About SEPAWA

SEPAWA congress organisers describe it as the ‘groundbreaking event’ for the industry, with over 130 presentations, 300 exhibitors and 2,500 participants.

A special emphasis is placed on fostering young talent, according to the team.

“SEPAWA specifically promotes young scientists. At the congress, up to eight excellent bachelor, master and PhD students will receive awards,” it notes.

“Also, a sponsorship prize will be given by the Expert Division Detergent Chemistry of the German Chemists Society.”

Innovation

As with other similar industry events, the SEPAWA Congress is an opportunity for companies to display industry-leading innovation and progress.

Congress organisers explain that the event has a special focus on innovation through three prizes.

“Within the framework of the congress, SEPAWA will award three prizes for exceptional innovations in companies which participate in the congress either as exhibitors or as lecturers.”

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