Our Program Is Comprised of the Following Components:
Short Courses: Sunday, February 24 –Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Symposium: Wednesday, February 27 – Friday, March 1, 2019
Expert Panel Session: Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Technology Showcase: Tuesday, February 26 – Thursday, February 28, 2019
Student Poster Session: Thursday, February 28, 2019
Description of Components:
Short Courses – Train your team and expand your knowledge. Short and intense training sessions.
Symposium: Technical Sessions – Stay up-to-date on cutting edge research from leading experts in both Academia and Industry.
Technology Showcase Exhibit Hall – Promote your company and your new technology in a small and intimate setting. Excellent interaction with attendees and potential customers.
Interactive Student Poster Session: Students from the School of Polymers and Engineeringcompete in a poster competition. This is a great time to interact with out students and see what they are working on. Annual Resume Books and Student Interview Session are also part of our student day. This is a great opportunity for companies to find potential employees.
Expert Panel Session – A new topic each year
Who typically attends Waterborne?
Waterborne attendees typically include: coatings formulators, research and development scientists/chemists, technical managers or technical sales managers in the coatings or related fields, management or marketing executives, owners of small paint companies, coatings end users, coatings applicators/technicians, academicians and students in chemistry/polymers/coatings. The vast majority (75-85%) of Waterborne attendees are employed in private industry, the balance are academic/government.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Research & Development
Applicators / Technicians
Corporate/Executive Management / Marketing
Raw Materials Suppliers