Consists in the grouping of different themes by major areas of knowledge regarding Pulp, Paper, Environment, Engineering and Digital Transformation, Recovery and Energy, Nanotechnology, Biorefinery, Occupational Safety, Tissue, Maintenance, Recycling and Forestry. Papers and cases submitted that contain innovative potential can be registered in any of the following 13 subareas
The technical sessions consist of 30-minute presentations catering to the above-listed themes.
Posters will be exhibited every day of the event. The themes are the same as those for the Technical Sessions.
All works accepted for oral presentation and in the form of posters will be divulged. All other technical presentations will be made available for consultation when authorized by the authors.
The authors of works expressly authorize in advance when registering for the event the use of their work by ABTCP, in any and all publication or storage means and formats, in conformity with copyright and property laws, as well as electronic law regulations and legislation in effect.
Works will be presented in sessions according to corresponding thematic subarea. In order to better understand which session to present your work, please consult the following areas: Pulp, Paper, Environment, Engineering and Digital Transformation, Recovery and Energy, Nanotechnology, Biorefinery, Occupational Safety, Tissue, Maintenance, Recycling and Forestry.
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Before submitting a paper, carefully read all specifications, as well as the presentation structure. Works that are not in accordance with the specifications and that do not satisfy the requirements will not be accepted by the evaluation committee.
Suppliers and manufacturers of the pulp and paper sector, PhDs, PhD students, Masters and Masters students, experts, graduates, professors, researchers and technicians. Papers approved will be presented in the ABTCP technical sessions (oral or poster).
ABTCP selects a committee composed of scholars and technicians from the sector to evaluate the works submitted. The evaluation criteria include practical applicability, logic structure, technological innovation, and technical quality. When necessary, the Evaluation Committee will request corrections to works that do not comply with these criteria.
Logic structure (well-defined objectives, coherent organization, conciseness, clarity and consistency of conclusions, biography)
Applicability (demonstration of applicability in commercial plants)
Technical and scientific quality (definition of problem, conclusions reached based on technical data, description of characteristics, benefits of product/service, demonstration of cost optimization)