2018 Coating Process Fundamentals Short Course
- Date: May 22−24, 2018
- Location: Keller Hall, University of Minnesota East Bank campus
- Registration: Early registration is open now | Late fees apply after April 20, 2018
- Credits: 1.9 CEUs
- For: Engineers seeking a deeper understanding of coating processes and processing problems; physical scientists concerned with the formulation of coating liquids for processability and microstructure development
CPFP 2017 Short Course
May 23-25, 2017
Held May 23-25, 2017 at University of Minnesota East Bank, this 3-day short course covers fundamentals from liquid coating flows and application methods to solid coating development. The course is taught by a team of University and industrial lecturers. Lab tours and a complete set of notes are included.
This course provides coating engineers and their colleagues with an understanding of the principles of the many processes by which liquid coatings are applied and solidified. The course is designed for engineers who are engaged in coating and who seek a deeper understanding of processes and processing problems. It is also relevant to physical scientists concerned with the formulation of coating liquids for processability and microstructure development.
See the brochure for the 2017 Short Course here.
Presenters and titles for the next series of 2017 Seminars will be posted soon.