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Wednesday, 01 October 2014

First congress day Calendar

European Coatings CONGRESS 2013
 
First congress day Monday 18. March 2013
 
Session 1: Automotive coatings
Chair: Kirsten Wrede, Vincentz Network, DE
Venue: Shanghai
Session 2: Epoxy coatings
Chair: Eric Brouwer, Croda, NL
Venue: Istanbul
10:00 -
10:30 h
1.1 Novel polyester diols for high performance coatings
John Florio, King Industries, US Several unique polyester diols have been developed that are c...
   
2.1 The newest technologies for the future
Francoise Heine, Momentive Specialty Chemicals, BE Momentive Specialty Chemicals addresses thr...
   
10:30 -
11:00 h
1.2 Study of photooxidative degradation in automotive multilayer coatings with photooxidation index
Dr. Michael Hilt, Fraunhofer IPA, DE Photooxidative degradation of e-coats in OEM automotive c...
   
2.2 Beyond green:- a toolbox for uncompromised industrial flooring
Rob Rasing, Air Products and Chemicals, NL For decades, polymer technology has provided the ci...
   
11:00 -
11:30 h
1.3 A possible route to solvent-free transportation and automotive topcoats
Denis Heymans, Momentive Specialty Chemicals, BE Conventional acrylic polyols for waterborne p...
   
2.3 Finding the right ‘level’ – High performance wb epoxy hardener for zero emission self levelling flooring
Dr. Shuyuan Liu, Incorez, GB Great challenges are present in epoxy based technology for coatin...
   
12:00 -
12:30 h
1.4 Novel UV-curable clearcoats with improved chemical, mechanical and adhesive properties
Dr. Marc Entenmann, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation, DE Nove...
   
2.4 New amine epoxy hardeners and building blocks for coating, construction and adhesive applications
Dr. Katty Darragas, Huntsman Performance Products, BE Amines and amine derivatives are the mos...
   
12:30 -
13:00 h
1.5 Novel urethane polyols for high performance coatings
Dr. Ravi Ravichandran, King Industries, US New urethane polyols have been developed that are c...
   
2.5 New Siloxane Binder - Organic functions together with siloxane backbone
Dr. David Pierre, Dow Corning Europe, BE This presentation discusses the market/technology nee...
   
13:00 -
13:30 h
1.6 High performance waterborne resin for monocoat application on PC & PC/ABS plastic substrates
Robert Harrer, Cytec, AT Increasing demands in automotive (interior) plastic coatings continue...
   
2.6 Phenalkamide – New hybrid molecule and its unique coating properties
Dr. Yun Mi Kim, Cardolite, US A novel class of epoxy curing agents called phenalkamides has be...
   
First congress day Monday 18. March 2013
 
Session 3: Biobased coatings
Chair: Dr. David Löf, PPG Europe, NL
Venue: St. Petersburg
Session 4: Insulating coatings
Chair: Dr. Thorsten Adebahr
Venue: Kiew
10:00 -
10:30 h
3.1 Improved polyester coatings with sugar derived biobased building blocks
Bas van Leeuwen, Purac, NL Polyester resins have been used for many years to produce high perf...
   
4.1 Heat-reflective colorants
Bas van Ravenswaaij, CPS Color, NL Dark surfaces heat up more than light surfaces because they...
   
10:30 -
11:00 h
3.2 Synthetic or renewable polyurethane dispersion – What is possible?
Jasmin Bullermann, Synthopol Chemie, DE This work analysed with regard to sustainability the v...
   
4.2 Boost the vibration damping properties of your coatings with proprietary technology
Guy Clamen, The Dow Chemical Company, FR Through its strong interaction with inorganic surface...
   
11:00 -
11:30 h
3.3 New fatty acid based monomers for waterborne polyurethane wood coatings
Dr. Claudia Philipp, Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, DE Trends in wood coatings are dr...
   
4.3 The use of spherical solid & hollow glass microspheres as functional fillers in paints & coatings application
Jean-Philippe Curdy, Potters-Ballotini, GB Glass microspheres, both solid and hollow have been...
   
12:00 -
12:30 h
3.4 New high-performance sugar-sourced UV-curing polyurethane dispersions
Dr. Stefan Friebel, Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, DE High-performance UV coatings us...
   
4.4 Are you restricted by your total solar reflectance performance?
Dr. Rob Portsmouth, Huntsman, GB Cool roofs stay cool in the sun by minimizing solar absorptio...
   
12:30 -
13:00 h
3.5 A range of partly renewable polyols for polyurethane coatings and adhesives
Joel Neale, Perstorp, GB Inclusion of renewable monomers and innovative thinking within perfor...
   
4.5 The use of glass and ceramic microspheres as an IR reflective additive for exterior coating applications
Mark Shinners, Pottere Industries, US Studies by the US department of Energy have shown that i...
   
13:00 -
13:30 h
3.6 Sustainable solutions with bio based PU - dispersions
Hans-Georg Grablowitz, BayerMaterialScience, DE In many cases PU – dispersions are the key for...
   
4.6 Waterborne elastomeric roof coatings – Significantly improved resistance and mechanical properties through nanoadditives
Dr. Detlef Burgard, Bühler Partec, DE In order to fight global warming and to reduce energy co...
   
First congress day Monday 18. March 2013
 
Session 5: Printing inks
Chair: Jack Baarends, Consultant to the printing inks industry
Venue: Hongkong
Session 6: Dispersions & surfactants
Chair: Ian Maxwell, Lubrizol, GB
Venue: Seoul
10:00 -
10:30 h
5.1 Enhancing performance while meeting regulatory requirements – a dead end?
Thorsten Schierle, Evonik Industries, DE Printing ink formulators have been working in a deman...
   
6.1 Dispersants - and their benefits beyond pigment wetting and stabilization
Susanne Struck, Evonik Industries, DE After a short introduction into pigment wetting and stab...
   
10:30 -
11:00 h
5.2 Multilayering of latex-based barrier dispersion coating on linerboard: Flexography versus conventional coating technology
Dr. Behudin Beko Mesic, Scion, NZ This work investigated whether flexography printing process...
   
6.2 Surfactants for use as codispersants in coatings
Bruce Fillipo, Ashland Speciality Ingredients, US The preparation of pigment grinds for archit...
   
11:00 -
11:30 h
5.3 Rosin resin dispersion for the aqueous printing ink industry
Dr. Eva Ramos, Lawter, BE The need for a high bio-renewable alternative to acrylic emulsions h...
   
6.3 New generation high performing polymeric grinding resins for decorative and industrial coating
Philippe De Micheli, Cytec, BE With the increased demand for water based paints, the industry...
   
12:00 -
12:30 h
5.4 Ionic liquids as novel materials for coatings, printing Inks and dispersion of nanomaterials
Dr. Thomas Schubert, Iolitec Ionic Liquids Technologies, DE Ionic liquids (ILs) – new material...
   
6.4 New waterborne high molecular weight dispersants for demanding pigment paste systems
Dr. Matthias Maier, BASF, DE The transition from solvent-based coatings to waterborne systems...
   
12:30 -
13:00 h
5.5 Energy curable acrylates for indirect food packaging applications
Dr. Marc Heylen, Cytec, BE Over the past twenty years, energy curing (UV/EB) technology has be...
   
6.5 Phosphate esters: Choice emulsifying, dispersing and wetting agent in emulsion polymerization and waterborne coating applications
Dr. Jose Ruiz, Rhodia-Solvay, US Surfactants are necessary ingredients in formulating waterbor...
   
13:00 -
13:30 h
5.6 The shift from traditional to inkjet printing – what should be taken into account?
Laura Kela, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, FI Ink components, interaction with subs...
   
6.6 Novel amine functional dispersant for use with high performance pigments in solvent borne formulations
William McNamee, Croda, US Recently there has been a trend to use high performance pigments in...
   
First congress day Monday 18. March 2013
 
Session 7: Science today - coatings tomorrow
Chair: Prof. Claus D. Eisenbach, Dutch Polymer Institute, NL
Venue: St. Petersburg
Session 8: Measuring & testing
Chair: Dr. Roger Dietrich
Venue: Hongkong
14:30 -
15:00 h
7.1 Materials for the 21st Century: Can carbon come from CO2?
Prof. Bernhard Rieger, WACKER-Chair of Macromolecular Chemistry, Technische Universität München,...
   
8.1 VOC emissions - new standards and regulations in Europe, and news from LEED
Reinhard Oppl, Eurofins Products Testing, DK By tradition, there was a huge variety of VOC emi...
   
15:00 -
15:30 h
7.2 Surface-initiated polymerization: a toolbox towards functional and responsive polymer coatings
Prof. Harm-Anton Klok, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Laboratoire des Polymères,...
   
8.2 Decoding paint application “feel”
Dr. Abe Vaynberg, Ashland, US Paint application “feel” is a key attribute determining customer...
   
15:30 -
16:00 h
7.3 From ultradense arrays of nanodots to nanolines
Prof. Thomas P. Russell, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachuset...
   
8.3 Estimation of errors in color measurement using multivariate statistics
Dr. Georg Meichsner, University of Applied Sciences Esslingen, DE Usually color coordinates of...
   
16:30 -
17:00 h
7.4 Feedback active coatings for corrosion and biofouling protection
Prof. Helmuth Möhwald, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, DE There is a large ne...
   
8.4 Measuring the corrosion resistance of waterborne coatings with electrochemical impedance spectroscopy – A case study
Lawrence Schnieders, Lubrizol Advanced Materials, US Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (E...
   
17:00 -
17:30 h
7.5 Functional microgels as smart ingredients for waterborne coatings
Prof. Walter Richtering, Institute of Physical Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University, DE Microgels...
   
8.5 Understanding the relative volatility of materials: A comparison of thermal analysis, GC analysis and chamber test techniques
Dr. Michael Gernon, Taminco, BE The science of VOC (volatile organic chemical) is not trivial....
   
17:30 -
18:00 h
7.6 Bioactive surfaces and beyond: Coatings fFormed from responsive nanoparticles
Prof. Andreas Fery, University Bayreuth, Physical Chemistry II, DE Realizing and understanding...
   
8.6 3D-simulation model to predict the formation of paint film surface structures
Dr. Matthias Schneider, Fraunhofer IPA, DE The market appeal of consumer and technological pro...
   
First congress day Monday 18. March 2013
 
Session 9: Radiation curing
Chair: David Helsby, Rahn, CH
Venue: Kiew
Session 10: Protective coatings
Chair: Dr. Philip Barker, BlueScope Steel Research, AU
Venue: Istanbul
14:30 -
15:00 h
9.1 New additives for radiation curable systems
Marc Hans, Byk-Chemie, DE Radiation curable coating formulations represent a growing technolog...
   
10.1 A new way to ensure metal protection with waterborne dispersions
Dr. Grégory Delmas, Arkema Coating Resins, FR Metals and their alloys are excellent materials...
   
15:00 -
15:30 h
9.2 A new generation of solvent free & sprayable hardcoat resins
Dr. Philippe De Groote, Cytec, BE Energy Curable hardcoats properties are extensively used as...
   
10.2 Zinc-free anticorrosives: Challenges and latest developments for protective coatings
Dr. Lars Kirmaier, Heubach, DE There has been a lot of discussion in the protective coatings w...
   
15:30 -
16:00 h
9.3 Depth profiling of the curing of UV-coatings
Dr. Rolf Nothhelfer-Richter, Fraunhofer IPA, DE UV-coatings are interesting alternatives for s...
   
10.3 Micaceous iron oxides as functional mineral in coatings: The potential of micronized grades and their new applications
Michael Klinar, KMI, AT Micaceous iron oxides are very well known and often used pigments in t...
   
16:30 -
17:00 h
9.4 Blending solutions for challenging industrial spray waterbased UV applications
Dr. Xavier Deruyttere, Cytec, BE Blending various resins is a common solution to a wide range...
   
10.4 New functional fillers for anti-corrosion paints
Dr. Andreas Götz, Ziegler & Co, DE Micaceous iron oxide is for over a century widely applied a...
   
17:00 -
17:30 h
9.5 Advances of actinic measurements for formulators
Dr. Stefan Pieke, OpSyTec, DE The control of UV curing systems is usually done by radiometers....
   
10.5 Zinc metal powders for waterborne anti-corrosion paints
Pascal Verbiest, Umicore, BE Due to VOC legislations, waterborne paints continue to make progr...
   
17:30 -
18:00 h
9.6 Optimizing of UV coatings and their curing behavior by means of thermal analysis
Dr. Stefan Schmölzer, Netzsch Gerätebau, DE UV coatings are of great interest in terms of fast...
   
10.6 The use of Didecyl Dimethyl Ammonium Bicarbonate/Carbonate (DDABC) as a corrosion inhibitor in commercial surface preparation and coatings technologies
Dr. David Biro, Lonza, US A water soluble quaternary ammonium compound, didecyldimethylammoniu...
   
First congress day Monday 18. March 2013
 
Session 11: Waterborne coatings
Chair: Benoit Magny, Arkema, FR
Venue: Seoul
Session 12: Titanium dioxide utilisation
Chair: Dr. Michael Diebold, DuPont Titanium Technologies, US
Venue: Shanghai
14:30 -
15:00 h
11.1 New synthesis technologies and composition design for new generation heterogeneous polymers
Dr. Guillermo Perez Lorenzo, Organik Kimya, TR Traditional straight homogenous polymers of acr...
   
12.1 Optimising TiO2 loadings for reduced carbon footprint in decorative coatings
Mike Binns, Cristal, GB Carbon Footprint is a part of the Sustainability agenda with increasin...
   
15:00 -
15:30 h
11.2 Quantitative performance assessment of new foam control agents in waterborne coatings
Dr. Sowmitri Tarimala, Ashland, US Next generation foam control agents (FCAs) have been develo...
   
12.2 New range of acrylic binders for optimal paint film structure with improved exterior durability
Francine Signoret, The Chemical Company, FR Reducing the repainting frequency of exterior coat...
   
15:30 -
16:00 h
11.3 Predictable performance with a novel defoamer line
Christine Louis, Air Products, NL Selecting the right defoamer for a system requires finding t...
   
12.3 Innovative high performance nano PCC for emulsion paints
Olivia Persyn, Solvay Chemicals, DE Emulsion paints are water-based paints used for covering i...
   
16:30 -
17:00 h
11.4 Polycarbodiimides as crosslinkers for coatings
Dr. André Derksen, Picassian - Stahl, NL The chemistry and application of polycarbodiimide cro...
   
12.4 Titanium dioxide extension in low PVC decorative paints – A novel approach
Nicholas Wood, Imerys Minerals, GB The concept of TiO2 extension by mineral extenders has long...
   
17:00 -
17:30 h
11.5 Use of silane modified colloidal silica as Co salt replacement for the drying of water-based alkyd paints
Céline de Lame, CoRI, BE For several years, silane modified colloidal silica has shown its eff...
   
12.5 Improving the utilisation of cohesive titanium dioxide powders
Emma Cordiner, Huntsman, GB The high polarizability of crystalline titanium dioxide that provi...
   
17:30 -
18:00 h
11.6 Waterborne polyolefin dispersions for industrial coating applications
Dr. Jay Romick, The Dow Chemical Company, US Coatings based on waterborne polyolefin dispersio...
   
12.6 Hollow sphere pigments – Beyond decorative paint
John Haigh, The Dow Chemical Company, FR Hollow sphere pigments have become a standard raw mat...
   
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