Call For Papers
You are invited to be part of High Security Printing Latin America 2024
The conference presents strategies and solutions for the production of banknotes, passports and identity documents – with a particular focus on regional issues across Latin America and the Caribbean.
If you are interested in presenting a paper, you are invited to send a 200-word abstract on your proposed topic or case study by 15 March 2024.
We also welcome thoughts from delegates on any presenters, papers or themes you would like us to include.
We welcome any topical presentations on subjects such as:
- Regional developments in currency and document security
- Currency features and substrates
- Developments in travel documents and features
- Printing and production technologies
- Anti-counterfeiting, document verification and enforcement
- New developments in ID cards and breeder documents
- eID, Mobile ID and Government eServices
- New technologies and innovation
- Fiscal stamps, licences and vehicle registration
This includes substrates, security features, production and integration technologies, verification and market trends specific to currency, fiscal stamps, travel documentation, e-ID and related fields and should introduce new processes or technologies, or discuss current issues surrounding these fields.
As this is a regional conference, priority will be given to speakers from countries in Latin America as well as presentations that demonstrate the development and deployment of such features and technologies in these countries.
The conference also has a specific focus on innovation and emerging technologies – so proposals for presentations on new technologies with the potential to enhance the production and protection of security documents will be particularly welcome.
Overt commercial presentations will not be considered.
How to Submit Your Abstract
If you wish to be considered for inclusion in the programme, please email Sam Burns (Conference Director) at email@example.com with a copy of your abstract or use the form below by 15 March 2024.