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  • CALL FOR P A P E R S 09

    12-15 JUNE 2009 | conference | glass expo 11-12 JUNE 2009 | workshops Tampere, Finland www.gpd.fi

    The Largest International Conference

    GLASS PERFORMANCE DAYSPROCESSING PRODUCTSPROFESSIONALS

    G P D - n e t w o r k i n g b u s i n e s s a n d p e o p l e

    on Architectural and Automotive Glass

  • In publishing this Call for Papers

    IMPORTANT TODAY: REMEMBER GPD FOR YOUR EDUCATIONAL BUDGET!

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    Audience by Area of Industry - 2007

    Glass Processing 25 %

    Supplying Machine/Equipment

    15 %

    Facade/Building Construction

    15 %

    Supplying Material/Accessories

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    Architectural, Vehicle Design/

    Consulting 12 %

    University/Institute 8 %

    Coating Technology 6 %

    Glass Manufacturing 4 %

    Press 3 %

    Audience by Organizational Levels - 2007

    Jorma Vitkala Chairman of the Organizing Committee E-mail: [email protected] Mob. +358-40-553 2042 GPD 2007 IN NUMBERS

    over 1000 PARTICIPANTS

    The Largest Glass Conference in the World

    We are especially pleased to use the Glass Performance Days heading after having called the previous ten conferences under Glass Processing Days. The change in name marks a shift in emphasis and scope but certainly not any change in our established, highly successful format. We continue to promote glass performance in products, processes and applications.

    While we build on the tradition of previous Conferences we make special note of changes in our environment that also prompted to the change of name. Today we expect glass to perform and contribute especially to energy-efficiency in all applications, notably construction and automotive solutions.

    There is broad-based consensus among the experts of our industry that we are capable of generating the technologies required and to a large part already have them on the shelf. What stands strongly before us now is to engage all builders of our societies from authorities to designers, processors and operators to put into practice the technologies offered. One of the break-through factors is solar technology and that alone offers tremendous growth potential.

    In this Call for Papers and in the program for the 11th Conference this will strongly affect the details of the program and the contents of our presentations.

    We welcome your contribution!

  • WELCOME TO THE LAND OF MIDNIGHT SUN!

    Finland is a republic which became a member of the European Union in 1995. Its population is 5.3 million. Finland is the sixth largest country in Europe in area, with a low population density of 15.5 persons per square kilometre. The capital Helsinki has 561 000 residents. Finland is an advanced industrial economy: the metal, engineering and electronics industries account for about 60 % of export revenues, the forest products industry for about 20 %. Forests cover three quarters of the country’s surface area of 338 000 square kilometres. Other outstanding features of Finland’s scenery are some 190 000 lakes and approximately as many islands. Finland is situated in northern Europe. A quarter of its total area lies north of the Arctic Circle. Finland’s neighbouring countries are Sweden, Norway, and Russia, which have land borders with Finland, and Estonia across the Gulf of Finland.

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    Fact Sheet Finland

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    Other outstanding features of Finland’s

    scenery are some 190 000 lakes and approximately as

    many islands.

    One notable effect of Finland’s northerly position on the globe is that the four seasons of the year are clearly distinct from one another. The climate is marked by cold winters and warm summers. The highest daytime temperature in southern Finland during the summer occasionally rises to

    almost 30 degrees Celsius. During the winter months, particularly in January and February, temperatures of minus 20 Celsius are not uncommon. In the far north, beyond the Arctic Circle, the sun does not set for about 73

    days, producing the white nights of summer. In the same region, during the winter period, the sun remains below the horizon for 51 days, creating the polar night.

    More information about Finland: www.virtual.finland.fi

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    Call for Papers

    Social Program

    Glass in Architecture

    Workshops

    Changing Markets

    Glass Product Exhibition

    General Infromation

    Automotive and other vehicles

    Glass Processing

    Welcome

  • Abstract submission instructions on page 12

    Chairmen contacts at www.gpd.fi

    BEST ENERGY, SAVED E NERGY

    – RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

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    Abstract submission instructions on page 12

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    Arcitectural Challenges and Solutions

    Chairmen: Axel Giesecke, Dow Corning Graham Dodd, Arup Materials Consulting

    Intelligent façades – smart systems Future trends New technologies & solutions Integrated system solutions Novelty applications Glass innovations – new applications Interlayers Tempered and laminated glass applications, properties and performances

    Building Projects – Case Studies

    Chairmen: Axel Giesecke, Dow Corning Graham Dodd, Arup Materials Consulting

    Innovative solutions for glass façades Project challenges – smart solutions Design concept case studies – structural glazing / captive systems etc. New or state-of-the art façade assembly technology Façade that fit customer need (comfort, cost of living, efficiency, new features) Supply chain management for optimal quality, productivity and/or cost effectiveness

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    GLASS IN ARCHITECTURE

    GPD 2007 IN NUMBERS

    over 60 PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

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  • GPD - NETWORKING ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS, GLASS SPECIALISTS AND SUPPLIERS

    Energy performance in Buildings Increasing Importance of Coatings and Innovative Structures

    Chairmen: Werner Wagner, Sika Services AG Enrico Ceriani, AGC Flat Glass Europe Jim Benney, National Fenestration Rating Council

    Energy performance & sustainability Energy performance of various façade technologies Double skin and advanced envelopes Standards, codes and ratings Energy calculations and modeling

    Energy performance in Buildings Legislative and Regulatory Activity

    Chairmen: Werner Wagner, Sika Services AG Enrico Ceriani, AGC Flat Glass Europe Jim Benney, National Fenestration Rating Council

    EU legislative developments on the energy efficiency of buildings Worldwide activity in National Energy Efficiency Action Plans The impact of BIM on the fenestration industry Kyoto protocol and related CO2 emissions activity Energy certification of buildings – the energy performance of buildings directive The EU energy efficiency action plan

    New Products and Applications

    Chairman: Norbert Wruk, Pilkington Deutschland AG

    New coatings and surface treatments New coating applications Novel interlayers Multi-functional glass applications Structural glass applications Fire resistant glass and applications Variable light and energy transmittance

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    Solar and Glass Technology

    Chairmen: Bernhard Koll, Kuraray Europe GmbH Division Trosifol Volker Geyer, Scheuten

    Building integrated PV PV technologies Glass performance requirements Glass processing requirements for PV Solar thermal collectors Concentrators - Mirrors Legislation & Marketing-agenda

    Façade session - Advanced Architectural Glass Applications

    Chairmen: Leon Jacob, Jacob & Associates C. Keith Boswell, Skidmore, Ownings & Merrrill

    Glass design & installation to encourage Architects attendance Designs and technologies that pushes the envelope of materials, design and construction Glass strength an international overview of design criteria Suitability of double skin façades in hot climates Innovative use of safety glass Applications for adding technology in architectural glazing

    Architect Forum (speakers only by invitation)

    Chairmen: Ulrich Knaack, Delft University of Technology Jens Schneider, University of Frankfurt

    Architectural design and glass Future visions and glass Climate design and glass Structural design and glass

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    NEW APPLICATIONS, SOLUTIONS AND BUSINESS

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    Challenges of Large Area Coating Processes

    Chairman: Steve Nadel, Applied Materials

    Advances in large area electrochromic (EC) and active glazings Developments in low-em