Advanced Coatings Symposium – Aerospace 2019




Our Sponsors:
diamond sponsor Superior Shot Peening Hospitality Sponsor Hayden Corporation
Silver Sponsor Silver Sponsor Hoganas
Ardleigh Minerals

Our Exhibitors:


American Welding Society and International Thermal Spray Association

October 7-10, 2019
Springfield, MA


Annual ITSA Membership Meeting

AWS C2 Committee Meeting on Thermal Spray Standards

3rd Annual Advanced Coatings Symposium

CONTACTS

Alfred Nieves
305 443.9353 x467 | itsa@thermalspray.org

Alina Blanco
305 443.9353 x218 | ablanco@aws.org


MGM Springfield

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* Rate of $189/night | Deadline for Group Reservation Code is Sept 16, 2019




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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE


MONDAY / October 7th

12pm noon
  Registration Open (Rotunda Rm)
12 – 5pm
  Exhibitor Set-up (Aria C Rm)
4 – 6pm
  ITSA Annual Membership Meeting
  (Open to All in the Borgata Rm)
6 – 8pm
  Welcome Reception / Meet with Exhibitors
  (Includes hors d’oeuvres & drinks in Aria C rm)

TUESDAY / October 8th

7 – 8am
  Registration Open (Rotunda Rm)
7 – 8am
  Attendee Breakfast / Meet with Exhibitors (Aria C Rm)
7am – 4:15pm
  Exhibit Hours (Aria C Rm)
8am – 4:15pm
  Technical Sessions (Aria B Rm)
11:45am – 1:00pm
  Attendee Lunch / Meet with Exhibitors (Aria C Rm)
6:00pm
  Board Bus to New England Air Museum Tour
6:30 – 9:30pm
  Dinner & Tour of NE Air Museum


WEDNESDAY / October 9th

7 – 8am
  Registration Open (Rotunda Rm)
7 – 8am
  Attendee Breakfast / Meet with Exhibitors (Aria C Rm)
7am – 3pm
  Exhibit Hours (Aria C Rm)
8am – 3pm
  Technical Sessions (Aria B Rm)
10 – 10:45am
  Break / Meet with Exhibitors (Aria C Rm)
11:45am – 1:00pm
  Attendee Lunch / Meet with Exhibitors (Aria C Rm)
3 – 8pm
  Exhibitor Tear Down (Aria C Rm)
4:30pm
  Bus departs to Hayden Corporation (Industry Tour)
5 – 6pm
  Tour of Hayden Corp / Hospitality Reception


THURSDAY / October 10th

8am – 5pmC2 Committee Meeting (Borgata Rm)


ATTENDEE PRICING

3RD ANNUAL ADVANCED COATINGS SYMPOSIUM ATTENDEE PRICING


AWS Conference Attendee Pricing

REGISTRATION INCLUDES
• Morning and Afternoon Breaks
• 2 Lunch
• 1 Dinner
• 2 Cocktail Hours

TECHNICAL PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
• Full program by TBD
• Up to — PDH Hours earned

Member

Non Member

Early Bird (by August 1, 2019) $575 $705
Regular $675 $805
Student $75
 

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All cancellations MUST BE IN WRITING. If you cancel 35 DAYS PRIOR to the conference you will receive a refund of 50%. If you cancel from 34 DAYS to 3 DAYS PRIOR to the conference you will receive a refund of 10%. NO REFUNDS will be given 3 DAYS or less prior to the conference.

TECHNICAL PROGRAM

OCT

8

Time

Presenter

Title of Presentation

8:00 – 8:15am Welcome / Announcements
8:15 – 9:00am Brian Hazel (Keynote)
Pratt & Whitney
Microstructural Challenges in Spraying of Suspensions
High Temperature Coatings (Part 1)
9:00 – 9:30am Dr. Christian Moreau
Concordia Institute for Aerospace Design and Innovation
Suspension Thermal Spraying: Innovations and Applications
9:30 – 10:00am Ben Nagaraj
GE
Evolution of Thermal Sprayed Thermal Barrier Coating Systems for Aircraft Gas Turbine Applications
10:00 – 10:15am Break
High Temperature Coatings (Part 2)
10:15 – 10:45am Chin Ma
Curtis Wright
Development of Durable and Affordable Thermal Barrier Coating with Low Thermal Conductivity Superiority
10:45 – 11:15am Brad Lutz
Honeywell
Honeywell Next Generation Low Thermal Conductivity TBC
11:15 – 11:45am Andrea Scrivani
Höganäs
Development of advanced TBC for improving gas turbine components lifetime
11:45am – 1:00pm LUNCH
High Temperature Coatings (Part 3)
1:00 – 1:30pm Eric Jordan
Uconn
Damage under the Gradual Application of heterogeneous CMAS
1:30 – 2:00pm Rogerio Lima
NRC
Increasing DE and Maintaining the High Temperature Performance of YSZ TBCs: Changing from Ar-H2 to N2-H2 Plasma in Legacy APS Torches
2:00 – 2:30pm Shalaka Shinde
Stony Brook
Segmentation Crack Formation Dynamics in APS Coatings
2:30 – 3:00pm Edward Gildersleeve
Stony Brook
Effect of Geometry on Durability of Plasma Sprayed Thermal Barrier Coatings
3:00 – 3:15pm BREAK
Aerospace Repair (Part 1)
3:15 – 3:45pm Aaron Nardi
CCDC – US Army Research Labs – WMRD
Advancements in Cold Spray Technology
3:45 – 4:15pm David Wright
Accuwright
Practical Advancements of Cold Gas Dynamic Spray
6:00pm Board bus to Air Museum
6:30 – 9:30pm Dinner and tour @ Air Museum

OCT

9

Time

Presenter

Title of Presentation

8:00 – 8:15am Welcome / Announcements
8:15 – 9:00am Dr. David Furrer(Keynote)
ASM President, Pratt & Whitney
Process Modeling, Data Analytics and Process Control: The Future for Materials and Manufacturing Engineering
Clearance Control Coatings (Part 1)
9:00 – 9:30am Scott Wilson
Oerlikon
Overview of Turbomachinery Sealing Applications & Challenges
9:30 – 10:00am Winnie Tan
Siemens
High Temperature Compressor Abradable Coatings for Gas Turbine Applications
10:00 – 10:45am Break – Meet with Exhibitors
Clearance Control Coatings (Part 2)
10:45 – 10:15am Bill Jarosinski
Praxair
Advancing Clearance Control Coatings for Next Generation Engines
Aerospace Repair (Part 1)
11:15 – 11:45pm Jim Harrison
CWST
The Application of using laser peening as a tool to repair aircraft structure for sustainment and life extension
11:45 – 1:00pm LUNCH
Aerospace Repair (Part 2)
1:00 – 1:30pm Andrew Ang
SEAM(Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials)
Turning Science into Products- Coating Solutions for Hydraulic Components
1:30 – 2:00pm Christopher Berndt
SEAM(Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials)
Thermal Spray Coatings for Sub- and Supersonic Applications
2:00 – 2:30pm Jay Kapur
Aimtek & Atech Turbine Components
New Advances in reusable masking technology for Plasma and HVOF spraying of OEM and Aftermarket aerospace components
2:30 – 3:00pm Menno Zwetsloot
Flame Spray Technologies
eGun™, Ethanol Based LF-HVOF New Sustainable Fuel, New Opportunities and Markets
4:30pm Bus departs from resort to Hayden Corp. (Industry tour)
5:00 – 6:00pm Tour of Hayden Corp/Hospitality Reception

PRESENTATIONS & SPEAKERS

SPEAKER

COMPANY

TITLE OF PRESENTATION

Brian Hazel Pratt & Whitney Microstructural Challenges in Spraying of Suspensions
Shalaka Shinde Stony Brook Segmentation Crack Formation Dynamics in APS Coatings
Edward Gildersleeve Stony Brook Effect of Geometry on Durability of Plasma Sprayed Thermal Barrier Coatings
Brad Lutz Honeywell Honeywell Next Generation Low Thermal Conductivity TBC
Chin Ma Curtis Wright Development of Durable and Affordable Thermal Barrier Coating with Low Thermal Conductivity Superiority
Ben Nagaraj GE Evolution of Thermal Sprayed Thermal Barrier Coating Systems for Aircraft Gas Turbine Applications
Jim Harrison CWST The Application of using laser peening as a tool to repair aircraft structure for sustainment and life extension
Scott Wilson Oerlikon Overview of Turbomachinery Sealing Applications & Challenges
Winnie Tan Siemens High Temperature Compressor Abradable Coatings for Gas Turbine Applications
Andrea Scrivani Höganäs Development of advanced TBC for improving gas turbine components lifetime
Eric Jordan Uconn Damage under the Gradual Application of heterogeneous CMAS
Rogerio Lima NRC Increasing DE and Maintaining the High Temperature Performance of YSZ TBCs: Changing from Ar-H2 to N2-H2 Plasma in Legacy APS Torches
David Wright Accuwright Practical Advancements of Cold Gas Dynamic Spray
Aaron Nardi CIV U.S. Army Futures Command (USA) Advancements in Cold Spray Technology
Christopher Berndt SEAM(Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials) Thermal Spray Coatings for Sub- and Supersonic Applications
Dr. David Furrer ASM President, Pratt & Whitney Opportunities for Materials Modeling and Data Analytics
Dr. Christian Moreau Concordia Institute for Aerospace Design and Innovation Suspension Thermal Spraying: Innovations and Applications
Andrew Ang SEAM(Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials) Turning Science into Products- Coating Solutions for Hydraulic Components
Menno Zwetsloot Flame Spray Technologies eGun™, Ethanol Based LF-HVOF New Sustainable Fuel, New Opportunities and Markets
Bill Jarosinski Praxair Advancing Clearance Control Coatings for Next Generation Engines

HOTEL / VENUE

MGM Springfield

+1 413-273-5000
One MGM Way, Springfield, MA 01103

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* Rate of $189 per night | Deadline for Group Reservation Code is September 16, 2019


Set in an entertainment complex, this grand hotel and casino surrounded by restaurants is a 9-minute walk from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and a 15-minute walk from Union train station.

Plush rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and rainfall showers, plus sitting areas and city views. The 1-bedroom suites offer free-standing tubs, and dining and living areas; some add patios.

Amenities include a luxe steakhouse, an Italian restaurant and 4 bars, plus a Starbucks cafe and an informal food hall. As well as the casino and a simulated golf course, there’s also an outdoor pool, a gym & a spa. Parking is available.

MGM Springfield Exterior

MGM Springfield Lobby

MGM Springfield Rotunda Room

 

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

EXHIBITS

$1,500 per 8×10′ space includes:
• 1 full conference registration
• Option to purchase 2 booth attendant registrations at $525 per attendee
• Company logo on Conference website
• Company recognition in final program

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ITSA Symposiums

The International Thermal Spray Association, a Standing Committee of the American Welding Society, is a professional industrial association dedicated to expanding the use of thermal spray technologies for the benefit of industry and society. The association is closely interwoven with the history of thermal spray development. Founded in 1948 as “Metallizing Service Contractors,” the International Thermal Spray Association has been closely tied to virtually all major advances in thermal spray technology, equipment and materials, industry events, education, standards, and market development in North and South America. ITSA strives to move the industry forward in both thought and action, as well as inspire new generations to see the exciting career opportunities available today. ITSA Symposiums set the stage for new ideas, products and technology through interactive exhibits, educational programming, and networking opportunities.

Why Exhibit with ITSA?

Exhibiting with the International Thermal Spray Association gives more exposure to your company among vendors in the thermal spray industry. It enables you to establish name recognition and product identity amidst competitors. Our events bring qualified and professional individuals interested in the thermal spray trade right to you. This provides a valuable crossroad enabling your business to increase their sales and forge new partnerships. Participating in ITSA events allow you to network with industry peers to find the best solutions for business growth and obtain broader access to lenders within different fields of the thermal spray industry.



FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EXHIBITING OPPORTUNITIES

Alfred Nieves
305 443.9353 x467 | itsa@thermalspray.org

Alina Blanco
305 443.9353 x218 | ablanco@aws.org


 

SPONSORSHIPS

Diamond Sponsorship SOLD OUT
Member $5,000
Non-Member $5,500

(Limit of 1*)
Benefits Include:
• 1 Full Page 4-color ad in sponsored conference brochure
• 1 1-color logo on drink napkins during lunch
• 1 4-color digital logo on conference website with hyperlink
• Company logo in sponsored conference brochure
• Recognition on sponsor “Thank You” sign prominently displayed at event
• Opportunity to distribute company’s product literature to all attendees
• 3 Complimentary attendee registrations
• 1 Complimentary tabletop exhibit
* Based on first come, first serve.

Gold Sponsorship
Member $4,000
Non-Member $4,500


Benefits Include:
• 1 Full Page 4-color ad in sponsored conference brochure
• 1 4-color digital logo on conference website with hyperlink
• Company logo in sponsored conference brochure
• Recognition on sponsor “Thank You” sign prominently displayed at event
• Opportunity to distribute company’s product literature to all attendees
• 2 Complimentary attendee registrations
• 1 Complimentary tabletop exhibit

Silver Sponsorship
Member $3,000
Non-Member $3,500


Benefits Include:
• 1/2 Page 4-color ad in sponsored conference brochure
• 1 4-color digital logo on conference website with hyperlink
• Company logo in sponsored conference brochure
• Recognition on sponsor “Thank You” sign prominently displayed at event
• 2 Complimentary attendee registrations
• 1 Complimentary tabletop exhibit

Attendee Bag Sponsorship – $1,500

(Exclusive*)
Benefits Include:
• Company logo on tote bag* given to each attendee. Production is not included
• Company recognition on “Thank You” signage at the conference
• Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by September 1, 2019)
• Company name and link displayed on conference “Welcome” Web page and included on all promotional emails.
• 1 Complimentary attendee registration
* Sponsor responsible for providing tote bags. Tote bags and giveaway item must be approved by AWS. Sponsor must ship bags to AWS by September 1, 2019, or sponsor can bring item to conference for distribution.

Hospitality Suite Sponsorship – $3,500

(Limit of 4*)
Benefits Include:
• Company logo on tables
• Company logo on cocktail napkins and cups
• Acknowledgement during the evening as the sponsor(s) of the event
• Company name and logo on signage at the Hospitality Suite
• Recognition as sponsor on “Thank You” signage at event and Final Program
• Company name and link displayed included on all promotional e-mails
• 1 Complimentary attendee registration

Luncheon Sponsorship – $1,500

(Limit of 1*)
Benefits Include:
• Company recognition on onsite signage displayed at the luncheon, including table tents and an easel sign
• Opportunity to distribute promotional giveaway or flyer during luncheon. Sponsor is responsible for provided item. Item must be approved by AWS
• Company recognition on “Thank You” signage at the conference
• Company recognition in the Final Program
• Company name and link displayed on conference “Welcome” Web page and included on all promotional emails
• 1 Complimentary attendee registration
* Sponsor is responsible for provided item/flyer distributed during lunch. Item must be approved by AWS.

 


Register for a Sponsorship Now >

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Alfred Nieves
305 443.9353 x467 | itsa@thermalspray.org

Alina Blanco
305 443.9353 x218 | ablanco@aws.org





Keynote Speaker

Brian Hazel

Technical Fellow
Coatings in Materials and Process Engineering Group
Pratt & Whitney (P&W)

Pratt & Whitney Dependable Engines

Brian Hazel - Technical Fellow at Pratt & Whitney

Mr. Brian Hazel has 19 years of experience in gas turbine material development including work in TBCs, EBCs, bond coatings, corrosion resistant coatings, and single crystal superalloys. Mr. Hazel has a M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University. He has over 40 patents in the area of high temperature coatings with emphasis on TBCs, EBCs, and corrosion resistant systems. Mr. Hazel was or will be a co-chair for the 2017 thermal Spray of Suspensions and Solutions Symposium, 2018 TBC V conference in Irsee, Germany, 2019 thermal Spray of Suspensions Solutions and EBCs Symposium, and will be the chair of the 2022 TBC VI conference in Irsee, Germany.





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