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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Conference sessions are 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Exhibition is 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Opening Reception is 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

FREE SESSIONS


Introduction to the Basics of UV/EB Curing
Dr. Mike J. Idacavage, Colorado Photopolymer Solutions

TECHNICAL CONFERENCE TRACK A

TECHNICAL CONFERENCE TRACK B

Chemistry
8 AM - 10 AM

Functional Monodisperse Microparticles From Thiol-Michael Dispersion Polymerizations
Chen Wang, University of Colorado Boulder

Controlled Monomer Architecture for Property Enhancement in Photocured Thin Films
Jon Scholte, University of Iowa

An Easy Way to Adjust the Properties of Epoxy in Cationic Photopolymerization
Yang Jinliang, Tronly New Electronic Materials Cooperation, 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Advances in Electron Beam Equipment and Applications
8 AM - 10 AM

Cleveland Steel Container Case Study: UV/EB Metal Coil Coating for Steel Containers
William Parish ,Cleveland Steel Container

New Ebeam Systems Incorporating Compact Sealed Ebeam Lamps
K. E. Swanson, PCT Engineered Systems

Novel Technology of Electron Beam Curing in Vacuum
Mikhail Laksin, IdeOn LLC

Ebeam Inkjet Technology for Low Migration Digital Printing Applications
Muslim Contractor, Collins Inkjet

Electron Beam Technology for Packaging Applications
10  AM - NOON

Electron Beam Crosslinking of Polyolefin Films for Various Packaging Applications
Im Rangwalla, Energy Sciences Inc.

Advances in Wide Web Ebeam Flexible Packaging Printing
David Biro, Sun Chemical

Ebeam Sterilization of Medical and Food Packaging Enabled by Compact Ebeam Lamp Technology
Steen Kreinbrink, Comet Group

Applying EB-Flexo In Technologies to the Food Packaging Industry
Todd Fayne, PepsiCo

EHS & Regulatory
10  AM - NOON

US Regulatory Updates: Implications for the UV/EB Industry
Brigitte Lindner, RAHN USA Corp

Working with UV Curable 3D Printing - Safety and HandlingMichael Idacavage, Colorado Photopolymer Soltuions

Stay Competitive and in Compliance with UV+EB
Rita Loof, RadTech

Raw Materials I - 1 PM - 3 PM

Oligomer Solutions for UV Curable Inkjet and 3D Printing Applications
Jo Ann Arceneaux, PhD, Allnex

Dendritic Oligomers for LED Curable Formulations
James Aerykssen, Dymax Oligomers & Coatings

New Developments in UV Curable Laminating Adhesives - Formulating for Enhanced Adhesion and Service Properties
Michael Bailey, Sartomer Americas


Deep UV LED - 1 PM - 3 PM

Improving Surface Cure with UVC LEDs
Mike Kay, Excelitas

UV Curable Formulations for Deep-UV LEDs
Haruyuki Okamura, Osaka Prefecture University

Fundamental aspects of Deep UV light emitting diodes and failure reduction of LEDS grown on AlN Substrates
Rajul Randive, and Leo J. Schowalter , Crystal IS

Raw Materials II
3 PM - 5 PM

Innovative Polyester Acrylates – Solutions for Industrial Market Needs
Jonathan Shaw, PhD, Allnex

Synthesis And Characterization Of UV Curable Organic-Inorganic Acrylic-Based Coatings And Their Functional Properties
Alain Flores Centeno, Institute of Materials Research

Bio Renewable Oligomers
Matt Terwillegar, Myriant Corporation

Photoinitiated Cationic Polymerization of Sustainable Epoxy and Oxetane Thermosets
Zheqin Theodore Yang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Equipment
3 PM - 5 PM

The Effect of Different Irradiation Sources on Formulation Properties
Dr Mike J. Idacavage, CPS

The Status of UV LED Measurement Standardization
Joe May and Jim Raymont, EIT Instrument Markets

UVA, B, and C Glass Optics Designed to Mix Wavelengths, Increase Irradiance, and Improve Uniformity: Design, Simulation, and Analysis
Brian S. Jasenak, Kopp Glass

Ultra Violet Reflectivity of Microporous PTFE Material
Jason Chen, POREX CORPERATION

Special Sessions Track C

Food Packaging Panel, 2-3:30 PM

Panelists: Dr. Stephen Klump, Nestlé; Nick Ivory, Sun Chemical; Peter Walther, Siegwerk; Don Duncan, Wikoff Color Corp.; George Misko, Keller and Heckman

Special Sessions Track D

New Product Debut I, 9 AM - NOON

Session is Free to All Attendees

New Ebeam Systems:  Shrinking Footprint, Growing Presence
Karl Swanson, PCT Engineered Systems

New Raw Materials for UV LED’s & Other Applications
William Mahon, Miwon Specialty Chemical Co., Ltd.

RHINO ArcLED UV: Breaking the LED investment paradigm
Brian Wenger, GEW, Inc.

UVA, B, and C Glass Optics Designed to Increase Irradiance and Improve Uniformity
Brian Jasenak, Kopp Glass, 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Nichia New high power UV-LEDs
Daita Yahiro, Nichia

New Plasma Surface Treater Technology
Ryan Schuelke, Enercon Industries

RAHN’s Two New Versatile Polyether Acrylates
Michael Gould, RAHN USA Corp.

A New and Versatile Waterborne UV Resin with Improved Stability
Oliver Nohr, Alberdingk Boley, Inc.

New Leading Edge UV LED Lamps from Phoseon Technology in 2016
Mike Higgins, Phoseon Technology

Custom synthesis of photo-initiators for specialty applications
Mike Wyrostek, Hampford Research

UV Inerting Chambers
Jim McCusker, Honle UV America, Inc

Glass UV
Jim Creveling, Toyoda Gosei North America  

New Product Debut II, 2 PM - 4 PM

Session is Free to All Attendees

Products for Special Effect Coatings and LED Curing
Scott Auger, Allnex

Low VOC Decorative Coatings for Rigid Packaging
Diane Marret, Red Spot Paint & Varnish Co.

Speedcure XKm - A Novel Phosphine Oxide Photoinitiator
Petr Sehnal, Lambson Limited UK

New and Novel Materials for Radiation Curing
Steve Fields, Sartomer Americas

AccuCure Multi-Wavelength Panel
John Morris, Digital Light Lab

BASF Introduces SolyfastTM 0010 – A Photolatent Metal Ccatalyst that Enables Conventional 2K Urethane Coatings Cure with UV Energy
Syed Hasan, BASF Corporation

EIT LED-R L395 Radiometer and PowerMAP II Radiometers
Jim Raymont, EIT LLC

Characterizing UV Curing Reactions by Thermal Analysis
Blaine Weddle, Mettler-Toledo, LLC

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