TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1
UV LED Part I
- The Evolution of UV LEDs: A Review of the Technology, Device Trends and Future Possibilities (Robert F. Karlicek, Jr., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
- UV-C Light Emitting Diodes for Water Purification and Instrumentation (Craig Moe, Crystal IS)
- Formulating for UV LED (Beth Rundlett, DSM)
- Measurement of UV LEDs: Establishing, Monitoring, Maintaining and Troubleshooting a Process Window (Jim Raymont, EIT)
- UV Curable Direct to Metal Coatings (Larry Van Iseghem, Van Technologies, Inc.)
- Performance and Design Solutions with UV + PVD (Jason Eich, Red Spot)
- UV Curing of 3D Parts - Methodology & Examples (Kevin Joesel, Heraeus Noblelight Fusion UV Inc.)
- More Announced Soon!
- Biobased Materials for UV Coatings (Joshua Lensbouer, Armstrong Floor Products)
- Use of Innate Biological Processes for Responsible Material Production (Greg Tudryn, Ecovative)
- Developing Markets for Biobased Materials (Ron Buckhalt, U.S Department of Agriculture)
UV LED Part II
- Economics of UV LED Curing in Production – General Comments & Case Study (Jennifer Heathcote, Integration Technology)
- Emerging Applications for UV LED Technology (Chad Taggard, Phoseon Technology)
- The Basics of UV LED Photoinitiators (Mike Idacavage, PL Industries)
- UV LED – Real Life Label and Packaging Experiences (Greg Palm, Mark Andy)
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2
General Session: UV/EB Enabling Innovation & Advanced Applications - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Beyond The Spectrum: The Future of Additive (Shanon Marks, MADE Boards)
- Three Things EB Can Accomplish That You Didn’t Think Were Possible (Karl Swanson, PCT Engineered Systems)
- Improving Properties of Materials Patterned on the Micron Scale <Michael B. Sponsler, Syracuse University)
- 3D Printing With Photonically Cured Electronics (Denis Cormier, RIT)
- The Use of Reversible Inhibition in the Dual Photo- and Thermal Cure of Epoxy Resins (Jim Crivello, RPI & Mike Wyrostek, Hampford Research)
*UV LED Summit: Roadmapping Session - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM*
Organized by Bob Karlicek, Smart Lighting Engineering Research Center, RPI
The evolution of UV LED curing systems will be strongly influenced by three key factors: The availability of efficient LED die, the development of efficient optical delivery systems, and new system integration platforms that can reduce overall UV curing system cost. This session will discuss the current state-of-the-art in UV LED curing technology and work to define goals and estimate development timelines for the design of advanced, efficient and cost effective UV LED curing systems.
*NIST Dinner + UV LED Discussion - October 2, 2013 / 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM*
Representatives from NIST will be attending and discussions will be held on standardizing UV LED Radiometry. We would like to have as many representatives from the UV LED industry in attendance as possible. Please plan to attend and make sure your voice is heard!
Short-Course: The Chemistry of UV/EB - 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Instructor: Susan Bailey, Adjunct Professor, SUNY-ESF Outreach
Description; This is an introductory course to the basic chemistry of UV/EB curable formulations. Topics covered will include radiation sources, classes of photo-initiators, reactive and non-reactive formulation components, and typical challenges to successful curing systems. Methods for analysis of the cured film and monitoring of the curing progression will be presented. The course is suitable for those with prior undergraduate chemistry course work or similar knowledge from experience.