Full Program for BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology 2023 Announced

RadTech announced the full conference program for the BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference taking place March 6-8, 2023 in San Diego, CA. To register, here’s the link.

The conference starts Monday, March 6, with Short Course: The Chemistry of UV+EB, led by instructor Susan E. Bailey, PhD, of Michelman. This is an introductory course to the chemistry of UV+EB curable formulations.

On Tuesday, March 7, the schedule includes:
• Moving Beyond Medical – Future Industrial Applications for Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing
• Future of Sustainable Packaging
• Better, Faster, Cheaper, Greener – Material Demands for Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing
• Big Ideas for Regulatory
• Potential for UV/EB in Battery Cells
• Potential for UV/EB in Battery Packaging
• BIG IDEAS for Direct to Object Printing
• 3D Printing- Recent Developments and Unique Perspectives
• BIG IDEAS for Your UV Coating Line
• BIG IDEAS for Food & Beverage Start-Ups

On Tuesday, March 8, the schedule includes:
• UV-Enabled moisture-curing systems: Novel family of versatile Oligomers for expanding application space
• Inherently Reactive Acrylic Polymers
• Beyond Carbon Capture and Storage: Transforming CO2 into Valuable Products via Electron Beam
• How the global energy crisis is making UV LED curing the go-to manufacturing solution
• Improving Sustainability of UV Solutions with Lower Hazard Raw Materials, LED Activity and Reduced Migration
• UV-initiated deposition of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid films and coatings for advanced and sustainable applications
• Powering UV sources in the most sustainable way
• UV Cure Bio-Adhesive: A Sustainable Packaging Enabler

At BIG IDEAS, attendees can chat with 40 exhibitors showing the latest raw materials, equipment, and formulated products to help you with your BIG IDEAS.

BIG IDEAS offers the industry a forum to discuss the future of UV and EB technologies while learning more about the applications and science that will enable developments two years, five years and 10 years down the road.


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