WCPC Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition

11th Annual Technical Conference

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Monday 09th - Tuesday 10th November 2015

Swansea Marriott Hotel,

Swansea, SA1 3SS

 

Keynote speaker: Stan Farnsworth of NovaCentrix

Stan Farnsworth is Vice President of Marketing at NovaCentrix and has been with the company since its inception in 1999. He is also currently serving as an elected advisory board member of the OE-A, the leading international association for printed and large-area flexible electronics, in the capacity as Vice Chair North America.

The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition is an opportunity to view the latest research in printing technology, to discuss the findings with researchers and to network with like-minded industrial delegates. Each presentation will be a technical paper based on latest results and analysis derived from controlled experiments and numerical models. All attendees will receive printed abstracts for each of the papers presented. Delegates will also have the opportunity to network at the conference dinner and arrange future visits to the WCPC facilities at Swansea University's Bay Campus.

WCPC is a world renowned research centre dedicated to advancing the understanding and productivity of all aspects of printing and coating. WCPC enhances the understanding of the printing and coating processes, exploits novel manufacturing using printing and applies its scientific findings to the benefit of its global industrial partners. With extensive experience in packaging and graphics printing the WCPC has built on this knowledge and become a centre for functional materials, plastic electronics and bio printing.

The WCPC is now based in the Engineering Manufacturing Centre, which has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government. The Engineering Manufacturing Centre is based at the new Swansea University Bay Campus. 

The College of EngineeringSwansea University continues to maintain its position as one of the top universities in the UK for Engineering. The Bay Campus’ extensive Engineering Quarter is designed to capitalise on the College of Engineering’s research expertise and its collaboration with major companies, including Rolls-Royce and Tata Steel. 

The Engineering Quarter features purpose built facilities for students, staff and businesses, allowing for the benefits of co-location, enabling applied research, an accelerated innovation pathway and employment opportunities.