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[PLM09] Product Lifecycle Management 2009 - Call for Papers

From: Chris McMahon <enscam@bath.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2008 16:51:04 +0100
To: <cfp-list@plm09.org>
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You are invited to submit a paper to the 6th International Conference on
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM'09) to be held in Bath, England, from 6-8
July 2009.  All papers will be peer-reviewed and those selected for
presentation during the conference will be published in the conference
proceedings and may be considered for publication in the International
Journal of Product Lifecycle Management (IJPLM, www.ijplm.org).

PLM09 will bring together researchers, developers and users of PLM in an
event that will combine keynote lectures, exhibition, paper presentations,
poster and panel sessions with an active social programme in an historic
city. We invite PLM researchers, developers and practitioners to join the
Conference to shape the future of this new field and advance the science and
practice of enterprise systems development. Contributions are invited on all
aspects of PLM, including product innovation and creativity, collaborative
product development, capture, curation and reuse of design information,
enterprise systems integration, supply chain and product recycle management,
change management, recycling management, sustainable PLM development and
related topics.

Authors are invited to submit abstracts to register interest in the
Conference (this is not mandatory but is preferred), then submit original
papers of up to 10 pages in length for review.  Each paper will be reviewed
by three members of the international Programme Committee, and those that
are accepted will be published in the Conference proceedings and may be
considered for publication in the International Journal of Product Lifecycle
Management (IJPLM, www.ijplm.org). Submission instructions will be given on
the PLM09 website: http://www.plm09.org.  Industry or emerging research
presentations are also welcome which do not require paper submission.

Important dates:
December 19, 2008 Abstract submission for academic papers 
January 16, 2009	Academic paper submission (full paper due)
April 1, 2009	Extended abstract for presentation-only sessions 
April 15, 2009	Notification of acceptance for academic papers
May 5, 2009		Notification of acceptance for presentation-only
May 15, 2009 	Final manuscript due

For further details see the conference web site at http://www.plm09.org or
contact info@plm09.org

Professor Chris McMahon
University of Bath
Mechanical Engineering
Bath, BA2 7AY
+44 (0)1225 384026 

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