Casting Dispersions

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When a colloidal dispersion is dried, the material transitions from a liquid to a solid. The process determines the final properties of the dry material and understanding the physics of the drying is crucial for a range of industries, including paints and varnishes, pottery, and self-assembly applications.


This one-day meeting will comprise invited lectures by international experts and talks from submitted abstracts to highlight the breadth of work being carried out on the drying of films in the UK.


Who Should Attend

Industrialists formulating and producing coatings through to agrochemicals, as well as academics who work in colloids, fluid mechanics and formulations.


Selected Speakers

  • Colin Bain, University of Durham, UK
  • Richard Sear, University of Surrey, UK
  • Damien Baigl, École Normale Supérieure, France

 

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