Presented in partnership with KRICT, the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, the conference will draw speakers from around the globe and opens in the KRICT Conference Center with two back-to-back keynote sessions. The first keynote discusses films for electronic packaging and displays and is presented by In-Sung Sohn of Innox Advanced Materials. The second keynote, presented by Oliver Chen from Applied Materials, Flexible Products Group, focuses on R2R technology for emerging flexible products.
Following lunch on the opening day (Tuesday, May 28), the schedule divides into dual tracks devoted to Coatings, Surface Treatment, Roll-to-Roll Sputtering, Substrate & Barrier, Vacuum Web Coating, Web Coating & Devices, Web Coating & Handling, or Web Coating & Patterning. A final single track focuses on Battery technology.
The agenda also includes an opening night Welcome Reception, Tabletop Exhibition and dinner at the Hotel Interciti; a tour of KRICT and networking activity on Wednesday afternoon (May 29); and a concluding reception and recognition of best papers and poster sessions on Thursday, May 30, at the KRICT Conference Center.
The inaugural event builds on AIMCAL’s highly successful R2R Conference USA and R2R Conference Europe. The agenda and registration materials for R2R Conference Asia may be accessed via the AIMCAL Website, www.aimcal.org.
About AIMCAL, Fort Mill, SC
AIMCAL, the Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators, represents converters of metallized, coated and laminated flexible substrates and their suppliers. Founded in 1970, membership stands at almost 300. A global group, AIMCAL promotes the growth and prosperity of the converting industry and member companies via an array of technical and marketing services. For more information about AIMCAL or to join, please go to www.aimcal.org.
About KRICT, Daejeon, South Korea
KRICT, the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, was founded in 1976 and pursues four areas of research: development of eco-friendly chemical process technology; development of high value-added green chemical materials; acquisition of new substance pipelines for disease treatment; and development of green convergence chemical technology. It is organized into research divisions including an Advanced Materials Division, which in turn consists of five research centers devoted to thin film materials, interface materials and chemical engineering, energy materials, advanced functional polymers and membrane materials. For more information, please go to https://english.krict.re.kr/eng/main.