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The Engineering Conference (EnCon 2010)

04.02.2010
Date: 14-15 April 2010
Location : Pullman Hotel, Kuching, Sarawak, MALAYSIA
Contact : encon2010@feng.unimas.my
Background
The Engineering Conference 2010 (EnCon2010) is the flagship engineering conference, organized and hosted by the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). The aim of EnCon2010 is to provide an excellent platform for academicians, researchers, and engineers to exchange views and ideas on the latest research and newest technologies throughout the engineering spectra. Thus, the theme for EnCon2010 is ‘Advancement in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering for Sustainable Environment.’
Call For Papers
The EnCon2010 organizing committee invites authors to present their papers on the above topics. The abstract submission is now open. Kindly please refer to the Guidelines for more information on abstract and paper submission.

Important Datelines

Receipt of Abstract
30th September 2009 30th November 2009
15 February 2010 (EXTENDED)
Notification of Acceptance
15th December 2009 20 February 2010 (EXTENDED)
Submission of Full Paper
15th January 2010 28 February 2010 (EXTENDED)

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Further information:
http://www.unimas.my
http://www.unimas.feng.unimas.my/encon2010/
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