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EVENT PREVIEW | CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS 2018


Bakerly, Senior R&D Specialist at Huber-Mar- tinswerk in Germany, will detail the use of alumina- based fillers in thermal management applications. Day One ends on novel conductive technolo-


gies. Morten Lindberget, VP Business Develop- ment & Sales at Condalign in Norway, will explain how it is producing conductive films using a particle alignment technique, and Dr Daniela Sordi, Chief Technology Officer at CarbonX in the Netherlands, will detail use of its porous carbon nanostructures in films and 3D print applications. Day Two opens with a review of the processing


of electrically conductive polymers by additive manufacturing techniques, presented by Dr Christof Hübner, Group Leader Nanocomposites at Fraunhofer ICT in Germany. This forward-look- ing presentation will be followed with an end user panel session including DSM’s Tamim P Sadiki plus Urszula Kosidlo, Materials Research Manager at Motherson Innovations Deutschland in Germany, Miloslav Smutny, Material Engineer and Technical Professional Polymeric Materials at Varroc Lighting Systems in the Czech Republic, and Andreas Brunner, Materials Engineer at Georg Fischer Piping Systems in Germany. The conference then looks at some application challenges. Jean-Michel Poncelet, Business Development Manager at Cabot Performance Materials in Belgium, will detail how advanced carbons can be used in electrically conductive applications. Christine Van Bellingen, Business Development Manager at compounder Witcom Engineering Plastics in the Netherlands, will explain how overall compound properties can be optimised while achieving electrical performance. And Yves Trolez, Manager of Polymer Material Department at Total Research and Technology in Belgium, will detail application of CNTs in industrial ATEX applications.


Expert speakers and panellists include (top row from left) Bekaert Market Manager Conductive Plastics Tom Daniels, 3M Technical Ceramics Senior Specialist Product and Application Development Dr Stefanie Wildhack, Nabaltec Head of Department R&D Dr Carsten Ihmels, Condalign VP Business Development & Sales Morten Lindberget, (bottom row from left) Fraunhofer ICT Group Leader Nanocomposites Dr Christof Hübner, Georg Fischer Piping Systems Materials Engineer Andreas Brunner, Witcom Engineering Plastics Business Development Manager Christine Van Bellingen and Dr Andreas Kaiser, Technical Marketing Manager at Arlanxeo


The final session of the conference focuses on thermally conductive applications. Luca Posca, Technical Service & Marketing Director at Lati Industria Termoplastici in Italy, will speak about development of heat sinks for high power LED lamps. Marco Grundler, Group Leader Materials and Compounding Technology at the ZBT fuel cell research centre in Germany, will detail its work with graphite filled heat sinks. Michael Schäfer, Product Specialist at Celanese Services in Germany, will explain the influence of molecular orientation on thermal conductivity of polymer compounds. And Dr Andreas Kaiser, Technical Marketing Manager at Arlanxeo in Germany, will review developments in thermally conductive synthetic rubbers.


About Conductive Plastics Europe 2018


Taking place in Vienna in Austria on 6-7 November, Conductive Plastics 2018 is AMI’s third confer- ence covering this topic in Europe and its sixth globally. It is now firmly established as a high level learning point for OEMs, engineering designers, processors, compounders and additive producers to learn about the latest developments in the use and formulation of electrically and/or thermally conductive plastic materials. Expert speakers will cover the opportunities and challenges in the development and application of


Conductive


Plastics Vienna / 2018


Developing technologies and applications for electrically and thermally conductive plastics


6-7 November 2018 Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen,Vienna, Austria


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these materials in sectors ranging from LED lighting and electric vehicles through to wireless commu- nication systems and ATEX-compliant equipment. Presentations will focus on compound formulation as well as product design and processing. This year’s event also includes an end user panel session where attendees can learn how some leading technology providers see applications developing in their markets. To find out more about Conductive Plastics 2018, visit the conference website or contact Conference Organiser Grace Midgley. Tel: +44 117 314 8111; Email: grace.midgley@ami.international


Sponsored by: Media supporters: Bringing the plastics industry together. @Contact_AMI #AMIConductive www.compoundingworld.com October 2018 | COMPOUNDING WORLD 87


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