WORKSHOP

Applications of pulsed plasma surface technologies

The aim of this workshop is to inform cross-border operators who already rely on and those who wish to invest in pulsed plasma surface treatment processes of the latest research advances. It will also provide a systemic support for these technologies in order to improve their performance, open up their product offerings and optimize their production lines.

Plasma processes are high-level industrial technologies that allow, among other things, coating with high performance and high added value on all types of substrates: metals, glass, ceramics, polymers, etc.

The results of recent research work are extremely interesting because they show that it is possible to have better control of the plasma chemistry and the effects of ion bombardment on the surface, which would make it possible to improve the homogeneity of coating on complex surfaces.

REGISTRATION

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Tuesday, October 5th, 2021

University Aula, Campus A3.3,
Saarland University
Sarrebruck (Germany)

in English

Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

Château de Colonster
Allée des érables, 4000 Liège, Belgique
in collaboartion with Liège Créative
Liège (Belgium)

in French

This workshop is organized within the framework of the Interreg V A Grande-Région PULASTEC project, with the support of the European Regional Development Fund, Wallonia and the Chancellery of the Saarland and in collaboration with Liège Creative.

Registration is free and lunch is provided by the organizers.

Considering the outbreak of Covid-19, it is our responsibility to ensure the safety of all and to welcome you in the best conditions. Therefore, according to the measures currently in force, please note that the Covid Safe Ticket / Sanitary Pass will be required to attend the workshops.

To have a valid Covid Safe Ticket / Sanitary Pass, you must meet one of the following criteria:

  • – Either be fully vaccinated (1 or 2 doses depending on the vaccine) for more than 14 days
  • – Or have a negative PCR test less than 48 hours old
  • – Or have had a negative antigenic test in a pharmacy (rapid test) for less than 24 hours
  • – Or have a certificate of recovery less than 6 months old