Symposia scheduled for the meeting and symposia chairs include: Advances in filler technology--Dr. Wesley A. Wampler (817) 626-3711 and Dr. Orawan Taikum (330) 668-2255, ext. 225; Advances in rubber design in the oil industry--Abraham Pannikottu (330) 794-6600; Curing of elastomers--Dr. Vipin Kothari (330) 527-2124; Educational Symposium: Compounding ingredients and applications--Dr. Brendan Rodgers (281) 834-2930 and Scott C. Solis (281) 834-2441; Elastomers in the chemical processing industry--William Stahl (330) 929-6975; High-energy characterization of rubber compounds and nanocomposites--Dr. Andy H. Tsou (281) 834-2823 and Dr. Benjamin S. Hsiao (631) 632-7993; Natural and guayule rubber--Dr. J. Cal Moreland (864) 422-4300; and Tire performance, durability and the TREAD Act--Dr. Syed Mowdood (330) 342-5873 and Dr. Walter Waddell (281) 834-7451.
Abstracts are due by October 22. Further information is available from the Rubber Division (330) 972-7814.
U.K. & International Press. Technical presentations are solicited for Tire Technology Expo 2005, to be held February 22-24 in Koln Messe, Germany.
Topics covered during the conference will include OEM requirements; the tire as an information center; tire design, simulation and modeling; comfort and noise; tire legislationl; tire performance measurement; the tire and vehicle dynamics; new materials: nanotechnology; the measurement of tire material properties; manufacturing technology; testing and QA; the future of the product and product characteristics; retreading and recycling; market aspects of the tire industry; and tire forensics.
Information on abstract submission is available from Mark Fenner, tel.: +44 (0) 1306 743744; fax: +44 (0) 1306 877411.
Eastern Michigan University, Coatings Research Institute. Technical papers are solicited for presentation at the Smart Coatings 2005 Symposium, to be held February 2-4 at the Grosvenor Resort, Orlando, FL.
Symposium topics include antimicrobial and hygienic coatings, organic nanotechnology-based coatings, stimulus and response coatings and self-assembled intelligent layers.
The intended audience for this symposium includes scientists at all levels, formulators and engineers involved in polymers and coating development, researchers in academia, industry and government, users and raw materials suppliers. Additionally, personnel dealing with device manufacturing, facility managers, users of polymers and coatings in government, the military and industry will find this symposium highly informative and valuable, according to the sponsor.
Abstracts of 100-200 words may be submitted to Sandy Tanner (734) 487-2203.
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