For the past 60 years, the Society of Vacuum Coaters has delivered stimulating content, mixing basic and applied research along with ideas and tools focusing on transitioning research and development results into production. Each year adds new insights into the latest trends and state-of-the-art developments in the dynamic field of vacuum coating technologies. By attending, participants experience the complete benefits of belonging to a global community of vacuum coating professionals.
Who Should Attend?
+ Industry Professionals involved in vacuum equipment manufacturing and distribution, parts and supplies, and coating materials and products
+ Engineers and Scientists engaged in the design, development, production (function, stability, yield and throughput) and use of vacuum coatings in various applications
+ Technicians responsible for the operation and maintenance of vacuum equipment, supplies and materials
+ Technical Consultants providing vacuum coating and processing solutions to clients
+ Academics wanting to share cutting-edge surface engineering research and build collaborations with Industry
+ Students wanting to expand their knowledge and develop their capabilities as presenters and authors, while networking to advance their careers and build industrial connections
Exhibit at the Largest Expo Dedicated to Vacuum Coating Technologies
Join Over 150 Exhibitors at the Industry’s Leading Event
• Improve Your Visibility and Enhance Your Corporate Credibility
• Broadcast Your Company’s Brand
• Capitalize on Face-To-Face Interactions
• Expand Your Professional Network
• Connect With Motivated Decision-Makers
• Regionally located with NPE 2018 – The Plastics Show
Reach a Global Audience
The SVC TechCon is an international conference, attracting industry professionals, engineers, academics and scientists from around the world. In 2017, nearly 20% of all TechCon attendees traveled from outside the United States.
To be the global source for learning, applying and advancing vacuum coating, surface engineering, and related technologies.
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Thermal Atomic Layer Etching Using Sequential, Self-Limiting Surface Reactions
Blue Origin, Kent, WA
Thin Films, Coatings and Gradients, the Need for Multi-functional Materials in Space Applications
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA
Light-Matter Interactions and Melt Pool Dynamics Associated with Metal 3D Printing