Press Release Summary:
- Technical abstracts accepted in categories of solid/liquid, air/gas, membranes and filter media
- Three symposia will review papers on topics of health, energy or the environment
- Scientific committee will review abstract to assess its merit and fit for WFC13
Original Press Release:
13th World Filtration Congress Accepting Submissions for Abstracts
Nashville, TN, June 2019—The 13th World Filtration Congress (WFC13) is accepting submissions for technical and symposia abstracts now through June 28.
Technical abstracts are being accepted in the categories of solid/liquid, air/gas, membranes and filter media. Three symposia will review papers on the topics of health, energy or the environment. Keynote and plenary presentations will be by invitation only. A highly qualified scientific committee will review every abstract to assess its merit and fit for WFC13.
“The quality of the technical and symposia presentations at World Filtration Congress is always impressive,” said Thomas Ramsey, Chair of the Board of Directors of AFS. “As more is demanded of our industry in response to rapidly emerging global challenges, we need to share information with each other to continue to innovate.”
About World Filtration Congress
The World Filtration Congress is held once every four years and rotates among member countries of INDEFI (International Delegation on Filtration): Austria, Australia, China, Chinese Taipei, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Japan, Nordics, UK and USA. The purpose of the congress is to foster a forum for scientists, engineers and practitioners in the world working on filtration and separation (F&S) to meet and share the latest advances and technologies.
About The American Filtration & Separations Society
The American Filtration & Separations (AFS) Society is a technical educational nonprofit organization started in 1987 to provide a forum for exchange of information among engineers, scientists, and technologists in all areas of the fluid/particle separation field. The AFS Society exists to disseminate information, education, and the encouragement of research, and to tell the story of the filtration and separation industry in North America, its long-term, positive socioenvironmental impact and future potential for the greater good.