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Tuesday, 20 October 2020
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Earning a master’s degree in colour technology for the automotive sector

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

The purpose of the master is to provide comprehensive training in the multidisciplinary study of Colour Science and Technology from a global perspective.

Train the colour measurement in courses

Source: Masterbatch Verband

Train the colour measurement in courses

Source: Masterbatch Verband

Over recent decades, colour measurement and quality control of gonio-apparent materials have become key areas for the automotive industry and also for other sectors such as coatings, printing, architecture. Therefore, it is necessary to count on in-depth knowledge of complex instrumentation techniques and visual evaluation procedures as regards differences in colour and texture (sparkle and graininess); and even colour formulation with solid and special effect pigments.

Pre-registration should be completed before 30th June

In response to this socioeconomic demand, the Color and Vision Group of the Department of Optics, Pharmacology and Anatomy at the University of Alicante, in collaboration with other academic institutions and different companies is offering the Master’s Degree in Colour Technology for the Automotive Sector (ColTAS) as a postgraduate course. Anyone interested in registering for academic year 2014/2015 should complete a pre-registration form before 30th June 2014.

Course includes an industry-based internship

Students will examine the physicochemical and visual laws and solve real or simulated problems that often arise when using special effect pigments in different industrial sectors, particularly within the automotive sector. This course includes an industry-based internship of up to 300 hours and provides a great opportunity to achieve basic and advanced colour control skills at an industrial level, particularly in the automotive sector, but also in other industries using special-effect pigments as plastics, inks.

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