IMRP 2024 Call for Abstracts | Submission Deadline: January 19, 2024
Submit your abstract for a chance to secure your spot in the program
The International Meeting on Radiation Processing 2024 (IMRP 2024) Call for Abstracts is now open! Submitting an abstract gives you the chance to present a topic of your choosing at IMRP 2024 in one of three forums: Plenary, Technical Theatre or Poster presentation. Once submitted, your abstract will be considered by the IMRP 2024 Program Committee and allocated to the appropriate presentation forum, if selected.
Abstract topics include (but not limited to):
- Industry developments
- Scientific R&D
- Regulatory and educational developments
What is a Technical Theatre?
Integrated with the exhibition hall, these theatres will provide an opportunity for industry to showcase latest innovation and developments. Tech Theatres will focus on the ‘how’ of delivering radiation processing – latest equipment, techniques such as modelling, developments in dosimetry, etc. applicable to all radiation processing sectors.
Please note: Presentations will be selected solely from submitted abstracts. Presentation spots will not be available for purchase.
Abstract Submissions Deadline:
January 19, 2024.
For further information on the presentation forums and abstract call, please click here.
IMRP 2024 Program Introduction with Brian McEvoy
Brian McEvoy, Chair of the Program Committee, welcomes you to IMRP 2024. In this video, Brian gives insight into what to expect at IMRP 2024, discusses the conference theme ‘Irradiation Technologies – Available, Sustainable and Growing’ and explains the Call for Abstracts process.
The success and long term viability of IMRP is made possible by the support of sponsors. The Regional Sponsors make the largest financial contribution to the meeting.
The iia will start to share further sponsorship and exhibition opportunities shortly with priority given to iia members. IMRP 2024 will be a unique opportunity for suppliers to the radiation processing industry to engage with their customers and prospects from around the world in a single place and dynamic environment over several days.
The International Meeting on Radiation Processing (IMRP) is recognised as the leading international event for those involved in the applications, science and technology of radiation processing. It is where the business and science of irradiation come together to discuss recent advances, current trends as well as the issues and opportunities that impact the commercial use of ionizing radiation. The IMRP program is always topical and includes regional, technology and application updates from industry leaders.