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Toronto Society Fall 2005 Symposium and show focuses on Innovations in Coatings Technology.

The Fall 2005 Symposium of the Toronto Society for Coatings Technology will be held at the Mountain Springs Lodge, in Collingwood, Ontario. Scheduled from September 22-23, the symposium will feature two days of conference sessions geared to the theme of "Innovations in Coatings Technology." The program also includes a tabletop trade show and conference dinner with networking opportunities.

Presentations planned for the conference session include:

"Additives Containing Nanomaterials--Paradigm Shift in Parquet Coating Formulations"--John Du, BYK-Chemie

"Biomimetic Strategies and Design for Problem Solving in the Coatings Industry"--Li Shu, Associate Professor, University of Toronto

"New Emission-Free Coalescent for Low/Zero VOC Paints"--Ayaz Khan, Cognis Corp.

"Biocides in Coatings: Why, What and How"--Neal A. Machtiger, ISP

"Intelligent Systems as Efficient Tools for Coating Formulation"--Dr. Eduardo Nahmad-Achar, CIP, Mexico

"VOC-Compliant NMP-Free High Performance Polyurethane Dispersions for Clear Wood Finishes"--Richard E. Green, Noveon

"Thermal Depolymerization vs. Photodegradation in Melamine Cross-linked, OH-Functional Thermoset Polyesters"--John Wright, TOSCOT Paper

"Chemical Supply Trends and Challenges"--David T. Saucier, Inortech for the Canadian Association of Chemical Distributors (CACD)

"Nanoparticles in Coating Technology"--Harry Way, Netzsch

"Waterborne Polyol Resins for Trouble-Free Two-Component Formulations"--George Vaughn, Cytec

"Lead-Free Pigmentation of Paints: Possibilities and Limitations"--Romesh Kumar, Clariant

"Ultrafine Powder Paint Coating Technology"--Prof. Jesse Zhu, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Western Ontario

"A Review and Current Use of Titanates, Zirconates, and Aluminates in Coatings"--Salvatore J. Monte, Kenrich

"Self Stratifying Coatings"--Vladimir Verkholantsev, Coating Consultant

"Industrial and Academic Partnerships for Business Growth and Wealth Generation in Ontario"--Ross Bradsen, Materials and Manufacturing Ontario

"Ontario's Emergency Management Program--Then and Now"--Daphne Farrell, Senior Emergency Management Officer

Registration includes attendance at the symposium, networking opportunities, supplier tabletop displays, and all meals. Fees (in Canadian dollars) for those who register by July 1 are: $175--FSCT/TOSCOT Members; $200--Nonmembers. After July 1, the fees are $200--Members; $250--Nonmembers.

For additional information, including registration forms, speaker abstracts, and program highlights, visit the Toronto Society website at www.toscot.org.
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