Save the date – BSEF Asia Forum 2020, 4th November
For the 4th consecutive year, BSEF, The International Bromine Council, is organizing its Asia Forum. After the successful editions in China and Japan, and Korea, considering on-going developments with COVID-19, BSEF has decided to transform the 2020 edition of the BSEF Asia Forum into to a fully online experience that will take place on Wednesday November 4, 2020 from 15h till 17h45 KST. We believe this is the safest approach for the well-being of our global audience and we are excited that a virtual event makes it possible to broaden the learning opportunities and engagement with the industry at this time.
This year´s edition of the BSEF Asia Forum entitled “Megatrends, Materials and Flame Retardants” focuses again on South Korea, amongst the world’s leaders in key future-ready technology, and aims to bring together multiple Asian stakeholders and experts from academic, industry and government organizations to share knowledge and strengthen cooperation with South Korean partners.
During the conference, experts from Korea and the world will speak about current perspectives on technology, materials and flame retardants and address trends in the electronics and automotive sectors.
|Welcome and introduction||BSEF Secretary General, Kevin Bradley|
|Brominated Flame Retardants – Current Perspectives||K. Kannah, Lanxess|
|Mega-trends in mobility, 5G & IoT – impact on materials use and fire safety A look at fire safety implications and issues around current global mega-trends||Juergen Troitzsch, FEPs|
|Material and chemical trends supporting e-mobility and the digital revolution in Korea A Korean perspective on material and chemical innovations to support e-mobility and the energy transformation||Young Kwon, Key To Way|
|Brominated Flame Retardants in electrical & electronic equipment – policy and regulatory landscape Product policy (eco-design, RoHS) and chemical regulations impacting BFR use||Patrick Fox, BSEF; Bob Miller, Albemarle|
|Automotive and EEE Plastics – addressing the Circular economy Challenge – II Korea’s policies and approach to improving circularity of plastics from EEE and automotive plastics||Professor Jang, South Korea|
|Closing remarks, wrap up, Q&A||BSEF Secretary General, Kevin Bradley|
Korean translation available
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Webinar ID: 979 0204 4414