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Future of UV/EB Advanced Manufacturing: Trends, Strategies, and Applications

Future of UV/EB Advanced Manufacturing: Trends, Strategies, and Applications

To advance energy curing training, education and professional practice, RadTech International, North America (RadTech) and the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) have partnered to create programs that bridge academic and professional development.

The Future of UV/EB Advanced Manufacturing: Trends, Strategies, and Application is a free national webinar series that addresses timely and relevant trends, issues and applications for individuals and organizations committed to expanding or exploring Ultraviolet/Electron Beam (UV/EB) curing technologies.

Webinars typically entail sixty minutes of real-time presentation and interactive facilitated discussion with the participants. This webinar series will also feature training and education opportunities available through the SUNY-ESF/RadTech collaboration. All webinars are offered free to interested individuals.

See below for upcoming webinars and past webinars.

What's Next?

In addition to the Future of UV/EB Webinar Series, the Radiation Curing Program (RCP) offers opportunities for students and industry professionals to prepare for new careers, advance in current roles, or simply better understand these technologies.

Professional Development Short-Courses:

Graduate-Level Short Courses:

RCP offers three graduate-level online courses that provide foundational and advanced treatment of current and emerging UV/EB curing principles and applications. These 500-level courses may be taken for graduate credit or for non-credit professional development. Participants taking all three core courses for credit can earn a Graduate Certificate in Radiation Curing from the State University of New York.

Upcoming Webinars

Introduction to UV/EB Materials

Dr. Mike Idacavage, VP Business Development, Colorado Photopolymer Solutions

September 9, 2015

Webinar Description:
The Energy Curable industry has grown tremendously since its beginnings in the early 1970s. The use of light or low energy electrons as the energy source for curing coatings is very attractive from a sustainability point of view. However, the main driving force for this technology has been the ability to lower process time and costs along with the ability to prepare coatings with unique properties. This webinar will present an introduction to UV and EB (Electron Beam) curing. In addition to the basic chemistry, an overview of various aspects of formulating for UV or EB coatings will be covered.

  • To begin the registration process, click HERE.

 

How to Participate in Webinars:

Archive of Past Webinars

2015 Webinars

Learn How Your Company Can Ship More Sustainably Through SmartWay - Abby Swaine, George Frantz, and Marcia Turkington
UV-Curing as an Innovation Platform - Alan Jacobsen
UV-Cured Powder Coating + Resource Productivity = Higher Profits
- Michael F. Knoblauch
Sustaining Energy Savings in a Manufacturing Facility - Michael L. Stowe
GHS: What the June Compliance Deadline Means for UV/EB Labels and SDSs - Martha Marrapese and Lisa Caruso
1K UV-A Automotive Refinish; Clear Coats and Primers -
Michael J. Dvorchak

2014 Webinars

Site Applied UV Coating in a Hospital Setting - George M. Aslan
UV Cure Inkjet - Developments and Challenges in a Rapidly Evolving Market - Dr. Dene Taylor
UV & EB Compliance with Federal Consumer Product Safety Standards - Neal S. Cohen, Mary Toro, John Boja, & Doreen M. Monteleone
UV 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing - Lance Pickens
Light Curable Adhesives for Automotive and Electronic Applications and the Benefits of Surface Treatments - Brian Betty, Jeff Leighty, & Paul Mills
UV Curing Technology: A Route to Solvent-Free Adhesives and Coatings - Dr. Stephen Cantor
Recent progress in UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C LED technology, and emerging applications - Dr. Paul Rudy
Introduction to Design of Experiments for UV/EB Scientists and Engineers - Dr. Allan Guymon
Demystifying UV & EB Technology - Dr. Doreen M. Monteleone, Lisa Fine, & Dr. Stephen C. Lapin

2013 Webinars

Hyphenated Thermal, Thermomechanical, and Dielectric Analysis Techniques for Optimizing and Monitoring Photo-curing Processes - Dr. Pamela Shapiro
UV LED Review & Preview for UV LED Summit 2013 - Jennifer Heathcote, Chad Taggard, & JoAnn Arceneaux
UV/EB Technology Center at SUNY-ESF - Dr. Mark Driscoll
Radiation Curable Additives Enabling Excellent Paint Surfaces - Dr. Paulo Roberto Vieira Jr.
Enabling Clean Air Manufacturing with UV & EB Technology - Rules & Planning Panel Discussion - Special Broadcast from uv.eb West 2013
Staying in Compliance and in Business with UV/EB - Rita Loof

2012 Webinars

New Press Technologies for UV/EB - Tony Bean
The ABC's of UV Measurement & Process Control - Jim Raymont
Introduction to the Selection of UV and EB Curing Equipment -
Dr. Stephen C. Lapin
Introduction to UV/EB Materials - Dr. Mike Idacavage

For more information about SUNY-ESF and its Institute for Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing's UV/EB Technology Center and other related education and training opportunities please visit: www.esf.edu/outreach/projects/sustainus

Partners

This project is funded, in part, by a U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant, Enhancing American Jobs and Global Competitiveness: A Collaborative Initiative in Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing.

The SUNY-ESF Radiation Curing Program is an equal opportunity program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. This project adheres to the nondiscrimination and equal opportunity provisions of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA).


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