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Silicone Elastomers World Summit will be held November 28-29 at the Hilton Munich Park in Munich Germany. Over 250 global elastomers professionals are set to gather at this year's co-located Silicone Elastomer and TPE World Summits to hear the latest insights, developments and key trends facing the industry.

Participants will discover innovative ways to increase their bottom line, gain optimum growth and stay ahead of competitors by being the first to hear the latest advancements across the elastomers industry, according to the organizer, Smithers Rapra.

By booking a ticket to either Silicone Elastomers or TPE World Summit, attendees will gain full access to the other as desired, providing unlimited access to two market leading conferences for the price of one, according to Smithers Rapra.

Attendees may connect with key professionals from Philips, M+S Silicon, Tesla Motors, Microsoft, PolyOne, Trinseo, Kuraray, Raumedic and many more in over six hours of dedicated networking breaks

The technical program for the Silicone Elastomers World Summit is as follows:

Tuesday, November 28--"Chair's opening remarks: Positioning silicone elastomers in the rubber industry"; "The world-record of silicones: Innovations powered by a unique elastomer," Markus Putzer, Momentive Performance Materials GmbH; "Low temperature cure LSR: Redefining boundaries of LSR technology," Patrick Beyer, Dow Corning; "Silicone elastomers: From thermal resistance to thermal degradation," Aurore Jolivet, Bluestar Silicones International; "High consistency lubber in high performance applications," Christian Anger, Wacker; "Process technique developments: Roll-Ex gear pump technology, the gentle solution for compounding, fine mesh straining and precise extrusion of silicone elastomers," Winfried Trost, Uth GmbH; "Advancements in adhesion of fluorinated liquid silicone rubber (F-LSR) to substrates," Rick Ziebell, R.D. Abbott; "The extrusion process of high consistency silicone rubber," Fabian Verheyen, University of Kassel; "The adhesion of LSR and polypropylene (PP)," Annette Ruppel, University of Kassel; "Achieving optimal process parameters for elastomeric applications by virtual molding," Manuel Schmellenkamp, Sigma Engineering GmbH; "Silicone and fluoro silicone electrically conductive for future applications," Ivano Soliani, Soliani; "Color and safeguard your liquid silicone rubber for medical applications with biologicaly tested and change controlled special solutions," Beate Treffler, Clariant; and "How pigments, fdlers and additives can enhance the properties of silicones," Raman Rabindranath, PolyOne Corporation.

Wednesday, November 29--"The future of elastomers in the automotive sector," Marika Falciano and Luca Rovej, Chrysler; "Development of silicone rubber solutions for transport applications," Joseph Hallett, Fenner Precision; "Molded LSR Opticslin innovative headlamp systems," Tilman Maucher, Hella KGaA Hueck & Co.; "Silicones as encapsulation for flexible LED modules," Martin Reiss, Osram; "Optimized surface pre-treatment for silicone-metal parts," Klaus Milde, Reifif Elastomertechnik; "The future of silicone in the cable industry," Ebru Erefe, Basoglu Kablo; "LSR injection molding: From preliminary analysis to mass production; continuous improvement and performance factors," Marco Canova, Silikoneurope; "Fully automatic production cells for 2K applications, a trend for LSR/thermoplastic solutions," Kurt Manigatter, Elmet Elastomere Produktions--und DienstleistungsGmbH; "LSR in multi-component technology," Pascal Spohn, Arburg; "What's wrong with silicone DFM," Victor Morando, Dymotek; "Multi-shot molding with LSR, from fiction to reality," Markus Landl, Rico Group.

Further information on the Silicone Elastomers World Summit is available at www.elastomer-forum.com.
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