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Developments in the rapidly evolving and growing field of novel functional coating systems and smart surfaces
For the fourth time, the European Coatings Conference dedicated to "Smart Coatings" which will be taking place from June 9th - 10th 2005 in Berlin, Germany, aims at presenting the most important and coatings-relevant developments in the rapidly evolving and growing field of novel functional coating systems and smart surfaces. This year again, 17 outstanding international experts have been chosen to deliver high-level technical presentations and updates on their research results and to face up to questions about their technology and its practical applicability.
During the conference, five technical sessions will focus on:
Thus, after three highly successful previous instalments, Smart Coatings IV again offers the opportunity to hear about and discuss some of the most exciting concepts and products for the not-so-far future of the industrial coatings world. In addition the conference provides ample opportunity to network with an international selection of experts representing a variety of coatings-producing and coatings-using industries.
A detailed conference programme can be ordered at:
Schiffgraben 43, 30175 Hannover, Germany
Tel.: + 49 511 99 10 271
Fax.: + 49 511 99 10 279
Further information such as the detailed conference programme, abstracts as well as the possibility for online registration can also be found in the internet under www.coatings.de/events/ecc21.cfm
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