|Spreker:||Drs. Sander van Loon en Ing. Harmanna Henderiks|
|Datum:||15 september 2015|
|Locatie:||Collegezaal van het Polymer Science Park, Ceintuurbaan 15, 8022 AW Zwolle|
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High throughput experimentation is a powerful tool in formulating coatings, personal care, raw material knowledge and innovative insights throughout the complete innovation process. The process starts with literature study and ends with a successful product introduction. Formulating products requires a good understanding of the raw materials and their interactions to properly formulate products to the requirements. One also needs to know what raw materials are available on the market, how to combine the RM's and what R&D topics are of interest in RM's and formulations. This is a complex study and the goal is to speed up this process. VLCI is the company to make it a success by helping other companies with R&D projects and boost their chemistry.
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Curriculum vitae Sander van Loon
After his study at the Vrije Universiteit (organic chemistry) in 2001, Sander van Loon worked for 7 years on the Marine and Protective Coatings laboratory of PPG. In November 2008 he founded the company VLCI, which provides R&D services to the formulation industry. He is currently the CEO of VLCI, a company with 7 persons, using HT screening and serving small to multinational customers over the world.
Specialties: Formulation and raw material knowledge for coatings, personal care, household, etc, synthesis of polymers, very creative in finding solutions in technologies, products and markets.
Curriculum vitae Harmanna Henderiks
Ing. Harmanna Henderiks graduated in 1985 (HLO-analytical chemistry) and started working for Akzo Nobel corporate research in Arnhem at the analytical dept. After 15 years Corporate research was splitted in Coatings and Chemistry and she continued working for Akzo Nobel Coatings research and later for Akzo Nobel Car refinishes. She left Akzo Nobel in June 2006 to continue her career at DSM coatings resins in Zwolle as R&D scientist, again at the analytical department. Since January 2014 she started with the HTE feasibility project at the PSP.
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