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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Coatings Formulators

    Chemists/Scientists

    Research & Development

    Applicators /  Technicians

    Technical Managers

    Corporate/Executive Management / Marketing

    Raw Materials Suppliers

Market Segments Representedat Conference:

Who typically attends Waterborne? 


Waterborne attendees typically include: coatings formulators, research and development scientists/chemists, technical managers or technical sales managers in the coatings or related fields, management or marketing executives, owners of small paint companies, coatings end users, coatings applicators/technicians, academicians and students in chemistry/polymers/coatings.  The vast majority (75-85%) of Waterborne attendees are employed in private industry, the balance are academic/government.


2018 Short Courses Offered

February 4, 2018

Fundamentals of Coatings – 1 Day Add-on Class
Can be added onto any of the four 2 Day Short Courses


February 5 - 6 2018

Reformulating to Waterborne Coatings – 2 Day Class
Dr. Robson F. Storey

Who should attend:  This short course is a specialized course covering waterborne paint types only, it is designed for all levels of formulators who are specifically interested in waterborne coatings.

The Science of Formulating – 2 Day Class (can be bundled with 1 Day Class)
Dr. James W. Rawlins

Who should attend:   This short course is a general course covering major paint types, presented at a fundamental technical level, and is designed for entry-level chemists to the coatings industry.

Statistical Design of Experiments – 2 Day Class
Dr. Sarah Morgan and Dr. Les Goff

Who should attend: The course is designed for coatings chemists, formulators, and product developers interested in improving efficiency and effectiveness of the design process.


NEW FOR 2017

Introduction to 3D Printing – 2 Day Class
Dr. Robson F. Storey

Who should attend: This short course is designed for resin and material developers, coatings chemists and formulators, and others interested in the rapidly growing area of 3D printing.