Free webinar electronics 3:
Openair-Plasma® nanocoatings in electronic manufacturing

Date: July 7th, 2020

Timeslots (CEST): 07:00 am, 10:00 am, 05:00 pm

Duration: 40 min + Q&A session

Are you looking for a corrosion protection, a barrier coating or seeking to increase the electrical insulation for your electronic components?

Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD) is a well-known and frequently used procedure to apply nanocoatings. Unfortunately, the vacuum deposition method presents some limitations e.g costs of process, equipment investment, its temperature load on the substrate or its total process time.

It is less known that nanocoatings can be applied with atmospheric plasma as well while at the same time overcoming the limitations of the PECVD process using the Openair-Plasma® and PlasmaPlus® technologies.

This free webinar will be presented by Nico Coenen and Dhia Ben Salem, PhD. The two experts will set a focus on nanocoatings applied by Openair-Plasma® and PlasmaPlus® technologies within electronic applications.

Please join us in this upcoming webinar.

Topics Covered:

  • How to apply nanocoatings by Openair-Plasma® and PlasmaPlus® technologies.
  • Characteristics of the nanocoatings
  • Application examples

The webinar will run for 40 min plus a Q&A-session. If you have a specific problem or need, please send your question in advance of the webinar so we can include it in the program.

  • Who is presenting:

    Nico Coenen

    Nico Coenen is Global Business Development Manager for the electronics industry at Plasmatreat. Backed by more than 25 years of experience, he has extensive insight to electronic manufacturing processes in numerous factories all over the world. Working in a global role for companies like Nordson and Mycronic has given him a very broad spectrum of what is happening within the PCBA and semiconductor market.
  • Who is presenting:

    Dhia Ben Salem, PhD

    Dhia Ben Salem, is a PhD in Plasma chemistry (Sorbonne University + Chemical engineering school in Paris, France). With more than five years of experience as research team leader at Plasmatreat, he has given great contribution to plasma thin film deposition and characterization of functional coatings. His most recent research work focused on adhesion promotion, anti-corrosion and superhydrophilic coatings for industrial applications.
  • Contact Plasmatreat Academy:

    Erhard Krampe - Head of Plasmatreat Academy


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