The 1.5-day ultimate overview of existing and emerging nonwoven technologies for filtration.
An intensive course designed for professionals wanting to learn more about the development, testing and application of nonwovens in filtration.
Only 40 participants are being accepted into this career-changing course A comprehensive guide of instruction and reference material is provided to each attendee.
Matt O'Sickey, INDA's Director of Education & Technical Affairs
Matt joined INDA in September 2022. He has prior experience as the Director of Application Engineering and Research & Development for the Americas at RKW North America and as Director of Global Market Development with Tredegar Corporation. He holds a deeply rooted belief that innovation is the result of the intersection of marketing and technology, and this is reflected in his career path, which encompasses both disciplines. His career has entailed developing and bringing to market a range of hygiene and packaging films and nonwoven laminates. Within the hygiene area, he has worked on the development and commercialization of topsheets, surge layers, waistbands, fit and closure elements, breathable films and laminates, backsheets, pouch films, and bags with more recent focus on sustainable solutions.
Matt has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and a Masters of Engineering Administration from Virginia Tech, and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University with a heavy emphasis on the processing-structure-property relationships of polymeric materials.
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This course is ideal for:
Director of Education & Technical Affairs
Association Rate: $1,650
Standard Rate: $2,350
Multiple registrants from the same company receive a discount.
Advance Registration is now closed, you must register on-site.
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