Siltech Innovation Award
We presented our work at the 41st Waterborne, High-Solid and Powder Coatings Symposium in New Orleans on February 26, 2014.
This internationally renowned symposium offers the latest technological advances, emphasizing the need for environmental protection and high performance on the coatings technology and developments by outstanding industrial and academic scientists.
We received the Best Paper Award for Siltech Innovation Award, the paper title was "Novel Synthetic Methods for Bicyclic Coating Resin."
The Best New Material Award
We presented our new technologies in CAMX (Composites and Advanced Material and Expo) 2015 at Dallas, TX on Oct. 26-29. CAMX created by ACMX and SAMPE connects all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities. It encompasses all applications such as transportation, aerospace, marine, wind energy, software, construction and infrastructure, medical, academics, sports and leisure, and provides an excellent platform for products, solutions networking and advanced industry thinking.
In this event, we received a technical paper award as the best in new materials with 9 other awardees. Here is the whole list for award from CAMX 2015:
The 2015 CAMX Steering Committee congratulates the CAMX Technical Paper Award Winners! Each awardee has addressed critical areas important to the composites and advanced materials industry from business, applications, and research perspectives.
Christopher Childers, The Boeing Company – Molecular Dynamics Simulation Procedure to Predict Thermoplastic Solubility and Phase Separation Behavior in a Thermoset
Kara Storage, Air Force Research Laboratory, RXSA – An Evaluation of Test Methods for Determining Adhesive Shear Stress-Strain Properties
Stephen Brooks, Reichhold, LLC – The Effect of Fracture Toughening a Thermoset Resin on the Fracture Toughness of a Fiber-Reinforced Laminate
Darshil Shah, University of CambridgeSilk for Light – Weight Syntactic Foams and Tough Textile Composites
Shawn Walsh, Army Research Laboratory – Autonomous Systems: Driving Composite Materials in a New and Disruptive Direction
Jay Feldman, ERC, Inc. – NASA Ames Research Center – Development of an Ablative 3D Quartz / Cyanate Ester Composite for the Orion Spacecraft Compression Pad
Ruifeng Liang, West Virginia University – Evaluation and Implementation of FRP Shapes for Lock and Dam Structures
Hui Yu, New Functional Polymers, LLC – New DCPD Based Resins for Low Cost Composites
David Olawale, Nanotechnology Patronas Group Inc.; High-Performance Materials Institute, Florida State University; FAMU-FSU College of Engineering – Triboluminescent Composite with In-situ Impact Sensing Capability
Ferrie van Hattum, Saxion University of Applied Sciences – Effect of Overlap Length on the Mechanical Properties of Flake Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites
The Innovation Product Award
NFP showcased its novel Norbornyl Polyester product at the 22nd China International Composite technical Expo as one of 36 Innovative Composites Products on Aug 31st - Sep 2nd 2016, in Shanghai China.
China Composite Expo (CCE) is a great platform for better communication between composites-related corporations, associations, institutes and educational establishments. In the past 21 years, CCE has grew over five times in size to the annual grand event of the composites industry worldwide. Now it is the biggest and most influential composite Show in Asia-Pacific region.