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Innovative Thermal Management Solutions with Thermally Conductive Plastics (TCP) Containing Boron Nitride

Momentive
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  With increasing global trends in miniaturization of electronic systems and weight savings in transportation, designers and material engineers need to find innovative solutions to meet the thermal management requirements of more compact designs.                   

Why should you view this webinar?

Participate in this unique event presented by two experts in the field of heat management using TCP from Momentive Performance Materials Allison yeske (Global Technical Marketing Manager, Ceramics) and Dr. Chandrashekar (Chandra) Raman (Global Technology Platform Leader, Boron Nitride in Polymers). 


Allison and Chandra will: 


Make the case for TCP vs. metal in thermal management applications to help you meet the demands of performance, system miniaturization and weight savings


Explain why BN is the best choice in thermoplastic applications requiring thermal conductivity and electrical insulation 


Show how to formulate & compound thermally conductive plastics to optimize your cost / performance ratio using the recently developed CoolFX™ hybrid fillers 


Present potential applications for thermally conductive plastics

Who should view this webinar?

Resin Suppliers, Compounders, Molders, Converters, Designers and OEM / Specifiersheat is an issue! 
Marketing 
Materials engineering 
Product development     

 Markets and Applications:

Under-the-hood automotive parts 

Sensors and housings for motors LEDs and other electronic devices 

Molded heat sinks 

Medical device components

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Allison Yeske - Momentive

Allison is currently leading the global launch of Momentive’s BN technology for use in thermoplastics applications. She joined the Ceramics Division in October 2012 after spending 2 years in Momentive’s Silicones Division, where she had regional marketing responsibility for urethane surfactants, catalysts and other additives.

Prior to Momentive, Allison spent 15 years at Bayer where she worked with polyurethanes and polycarbonates in various roles, including a 4-year assignment at Bayer’s global headquarters in Germany. Allison has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. Chandrashekar (Chandra) Raman - Momentive

In his current role, Chandra is leading a team of application development engineers while continuing to work closely with Momentive’s customers to support their development efforts to grow the market for thermally conductive plastics. Chandra’s research over the past several years has been focused on the use of BN powders in thermoplastics, driven by growing demand for TCPs in LED bulb housings and other applications.

Prior to his current role, Dr. Raman drove various aspects of a large research program to develop a novel process to produce boron nitride powders at GE Advanced Materials. Dr. Raman obtained his Ph. D. and M. S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) and also holds a B. Tech in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.

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