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Park Systems is excited to share news of its upcoming attendance of the 43rd International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films (ICMCTF) in San Diego, CA from April 25 to 29, 2016. We will be on hand in the exhibitor area showcasing how our atomic force microscopy products and services can enable your nanoscale advances.

Last year's exhibition attracted over 60 different companies to exchange technical information on the science, technology, and application of coatings, thin films, and surface modification with conference attendees.


l  Event Dates : April 25 – 29, 2016 (Exhibit: April 26 – 27)

l  Venue : Town and Country Hotel Resort & Convention Center — San Diego, CA

l  Park’s Booth : 320



The International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films (ICMCTF) is internationally recognized as the premier international conference focused on thin-film deposition, characterization, and advanced surface engineering. It brings together scientists, engineers, and technologists from academia, government laboratories, and industry, thereby merging cutting-edge research with real-world applications. The conference consistently draws more than 700 attendees each year within 42 oral technical sessions and a well-attended poster session.

ICMCTF 2016 will be organized in eight concurrent technical symposia A through H and six topical symposia, addressing experimental, theoretical, and manufacturing issues associated with the development of new coating materials and processes, and evolving approaches to scale-up for commercial applications.

In addition to the technical program, the conference features a two-day industrial exhibition, open to the public on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 26-27, showcasing the latest in equipment, materials and services used for the deposition, monitoring, and characterization of coatings and thin films. Short courses and Focused Topic Sessions (FTS) will be offered throughout the conference week.

l  Link : https://www2.avs.org/conferences/icmctf