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  • INTRODUCTION
  • ABOUT TUTORS
  • REGISTRATION
  • WORKSHOP 1
    Waterborne Industrial Coatings Paving the Way to Low Carbon Emissions

    Dr. Cai Yu, BSc, PhD.
    Technical Service & Development Scientist, Dow Coating Materials, Dow Chemical Company
     

    Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2021
    Time:  13:30 – 16:30
    Venue:  E2.M14 Meeting Room, SNIEC
    Language:  Chinese (Putonghua)

     

    2021 is the first year of the 14th Five-Year Plan. To meet the targets of "Carbon Peak/ Carbon Neutrality" by 2030 and 2060 respectively, both Provincial Governments and the industries will double their efforts on VOC and various emission controls. New policies and the post-pandemic markets will create huge demand for green, high-performance, low/zero VOC, lead-free coating products, and at the same time accelerate replacement of solvent-based coatings by waterborne coatings in various applications. Among them, industrial coatings segments are speeding up the substitution of low-VOC raw materials for the conventional ones.

    This Technical Workshop will illustrate advantages and new opportunities for Waterborne coatings with cases, cite 1K and 2K industrial coatings formulations and their successful outputs, development and application of industrial coating additives, as well as provide smart and innovative solutions for broader applications.

     

    • Development Trends of Industrial Coatings Towards Green & High Quality;
    • Waterborne Industrial Coatings – Advantages & Examples;
    • Formulation Design for 1K and 2K Waterborne Industrial Coatings;
    • Impact of Additives to Waterborne Industrial Coatings;
    • Innovative Solutions Enabling Broader Applications

     

  • WORKSHOP 2
    Water-based Pigment Technologies – Requirement, Performances & Challenges

    Prof. KM Chen BSc, PhD.
    Shanghai University of Engineering Science, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering;
    Joint PhD., University of Massachusetts, MA, USA;
    PhD., East China University of Science & Technology, School of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, PRC

     

    Date: Wednesday, November 17, 2021
    Time:  13:30 – 16:30
    Venue:  E2.M14 Meeting Room, SNIEC
    Language:  Chinese (Putonghua)

     

    Pigments are extensively demanded by various applications, such as architectural coatings, adhesives, sealants, automotive finishes, wood coatings, printing inks, etc. With rising demand for green products, water-based pigment technologies have become a hot spot in the industry. Recently, pigments have gradually developed from water-based and solvent-based general-purpose products to low-VOC and glycol-free solvents, consequently expanding their applications. Although there are still shortcomings in water-based pigment technologies, incremental innovation in the field will rise the pigment performance to higher levels. This Technical Workshop will discuss water-based pigment technologies trends, which will most likely become the next heat wave of industrial coatings and printing.

     

    • Evaluation Criteria and Intrinsic Performance of Pigments;
    • 3 Essential Requirements For Pigments Used in Waterborne Coatings;
    • Key Issues of Water-Based Pigment Technologies;
    • Current Status & Challenges of Water-Based Pigment Technologies;
    • Development Trends of Water-Based Pigment Technologies
  • Workshop 1
    WATERBORNE INDUSTRIAL COATINGS PAVING THE WAY TO LOW CARBON EMISSIONS

    Tutor: Dr. Cai Yu, BSc, PhD.
    TS & D Scientist, Dow Coating Materials, Dow Chemical Company

    Dr. Cai Yu

    Dr. Cai Yu is a Technical Services and Development Manager at Dow Coating Materials (DCM) of the Dow Chemical Company. He has extensive experiences in developing formulations for customers, troubleshooting customer issues and application development in various resin types and application fields in industrial coatings. He is primary author or co-author of over 15 international patent applications. He has presented as an invited speaker at different industrial technical conferences. He obtained his Ph.D. from Dartmouth College in the U.S. in 2008, and worked as a Research Associate at Stony Brook University in the U.S. During the period, he heavily engaged in the R&D of polymer chemistry and physics, polymer self-assembly behavior in aqueous phase, organic chemistry and structure-property relationship. He presented and published over 10 journals and conference papers. He earned his B.S. degree from Nankai University in 1999.

  • WORKSHOP 2
    Water-based Pigment Technologies – Requirement, Performances & Challenges

    Tutor: Prof. KM Chen BSc, PhD.
    Shanghai University of Engineering Science, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Joint PhD., University of Massachusetts, MA, USA; PhD., East China University of Science & Technology, School of Chemical Engineering, Shanghai, PRC

    Professor KM Chen

    Chen received his doctorate in Materials-Oriented Chemical Engineering from East China University of Science & Technology in 2011, a postdoctoral researcher at med-X Research Institute of Shanghai Jiaotong University from 2012 to 2014, a visiting scholar at the Chemistry Department of Massachusetts University. He also worked in the College of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering of Shanghai University of Engineering Science in 2014. Chen has engaged in the structural design of novel nanocomposites, such as polymer brushes, functional magnetic particles, modified composite pigments, etc. He has also researched on the product application in biomedical and functional coatings, such as protein separation & purification, waterborne resins as well as functional coatings. Chen has worked with various enterprises for technical consultation and product development. He is a special reviewer of several professional journals. He got involved in 10 research projects, published over 40 papers in some elite journals, such as Macromolecules and Nanoscale, which have been cited more than 1000 times with H index of 17. Chen attained 5 Chinese invention patents.

  • REGISTRATION FEE

    Workshop 1

    US$120.00 or RMB¥800.00 [plus 6.00% VAT]

     

    Workshop 2

    US$120.00 or RMB¥800.00 [plus 6.00% VAT]

     

    Workshops 1 + 2

    US$220.00 or RMB¥1,500.00 [plus 6.00% VAT]

     

    * Registration Fee covers Certificate of Attendance and lecture handouts.

  • REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
  • CANCELLATION/REFUND

    Once the registration is confirmed, paid registration fees will not be refunded.

  • NOTICE
    • All delegates, including registered visitors and exhibitors must register to participate in the Technical Workshops.
    • Each Technical Workshop lasts for about 3 hours, including lecture, discussion and coffee break.
    • Registration fee covers Certificate of Attendance and lecture handouts.
    • The time schedule and programme details of the Workshops are subject to change if necessary.
    • Photographs taken during the Workshops may be used for promotional purpose.
    • All delegates' contact information are used for application and administration purposes only.
  • ENQUIRIES

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