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Thank you for your interest in submitting an abstract for the upcoming
2024 Forest Products Society PTF BPI Conference
Please use the button below to submit your abstract to Dr. Sergej Medved.
Deadline to Submit: June 30
Abstract Submission Guidelines

Topic for PTF BPI 2024 to Include:

  • Wood and lignocellulosic materials anatomy

  • Wood and lignocellulosic materials mechanical and physical properties

  • Wood and lignocellulosic materials chemistry

  • Extraction and activation of useful compounds from wood and lignocellulosic materials

  • Adhesives and composites

  • Surface functionalization

  • Wood and lignocellulosic based lightweight materials

  • Wood and lignocellulosic based materials in living environment

  • Wood modification and preservation

  • Wood and lignocellulosic based materials machining and processing technologies

  • Wood, lignocellulosic materials and Circular Economy

  • Industry 4.0 and Production Management

  • Optimization with Machine Learning

  • Products and design

  • Sustainable buildings and living

Book of Abstracts:

Once your abstract has been accepted, please use the guidelines below to submit your abstract for the proceedings/abstract collection book. This submission will be peer reviewed before being compiled into the book. Send submissions to Sergej Medved, PhD


Special FOREST PRODUCTS JOURNAL Edition for This Conference
Selected abstracts will be asked to contribute to a special edition of Forest Products Journal (FPJ) dedicated to the conference. With their new online publishing, FPJ will publish online as soon as each paper is accepted. Submissions will open August 1 and review commence immediately, allowing rapid publication of results. Papers are due September 30, 2024.  All papers in this issue will be open access and have paper charges of $1800 USD. Upon acceptance of all papers, the issue will be published.
Special thanks to Editor Brian Via, PhD, Auburn University, and Guest Editor Sergej Medved, PhD, University of Ljubljana for their efforts.

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