Avionics Europe 2013 call for papers issued with June 15 deadline

AVIONICS INTELLIGENCE REPORT, 22 May 2012. As the newly appointed conference director for Avionics Europe, Courtney E. Howard is happy to issue a call for papers for the 2013 event, to be held in Munich, Germany, on Feb. 20th and 21st. Avionics Europe is a premier conference and exhibition delivering strategic and technical information to civil and defense avionics engineers, executives, and academics.

Howard and the entire, international Avionics Europe team invite industry to share your knowledge, research, experience, and technological advancements with industry colleagues from all over the globe by submitting an abstract to the Avionics Europe advisory board, made up of some of the best and brightest minds in the aviation industry.

The deadline to submit abstracts is June 15, which is quickly approaching so please contact me (Courtney @pennwell.com) or visit http://www.Avionics-Event.com and click on Call for Papers for more information and to download a PDF with a wealth of sample paper topics.

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