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How to become a speaker at SURFAIR

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For the next editions please find below the information.

Who is eligible?

SURFAIR is where experts meet and exchange on Surface Finishing in the Aeronautics & Aerospace Industries (manufacturing, assembly, surface treatment and coating). If you and your team have had recent key technological developments, new results, improved and innovative techniques in terms of cost-saving, flexible processes, productivity and sustainability then SURFAIR is for you!
Speakers comprise of top international original equipment and engines manufacturers, airlines and suppliers as well as recognized research institutions.

How are the papers selected?

Papers are evaluated and assembled by a high-level International Technical & Scientific Committee composed of experts from Aeronautics and Aerospace R&D. Using the information in the form you will have filled in below, they will assess its industrial relevance and contribution to the Industry.
It is therefore crucial for your form to be filled in with key details in each section. Focus will be on tests results, figures, applicability and benefits. Commercial presentations must be avoided.

Benefits of being a SURFAIR speaker

YYou’ll be able to talk about your latest technological innovations to an international audience of decision-makers and experts in surface treatments (manufacturers, airlines companies, suppliers, materials and surface treatment experts, etc.) from over 20 countries.
By presenting a topic at SURFAIR, you are eligible to a SURFAIR Award! At the end of the three-day conference, the SURFAIR committee will reward the best presentations and present four prizes: The Award for Innovation,The Award for Technique, The Jury’s Award, The SURFAIR 2016 Award.

ONLY 20 chosen speakers will have the opportunity to present at SURFAIR. So please be aware that many high-quality proposals may regretfully have to be declined.

Session Format Overview

- Each speaker of the session will have 15 to 20 minutes to present his/her contribution
- Presentations must be in English. Translation English/French will be provided onsite

Questions to consider before submitting your proposal

- Who is the target audience?
- What new information will be provided and what will the audience learn from my presentation?
- What session does my proposed topic best fit into?
- In submitting a paper you agree to make yourself available to present it at any slot that the committee chooses, from the congress’ opening to the congress’ ending (3 days of conferences).

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