Recorded on: April 07, 2021 11:00am ET / 5:00pm CET
Automotive lighting has specialized venting needs based on the overall vehicle design and lighting placement. Proper venting design is essential for automotive lighting and ensures its proper everyday functionality and appearance. Not all vehicle lighting can be treated alike as they can require different venting solutions. In this webinar, you will learn about how PTFE, TEM (track etched membrane) and Fiber Based Membranes protect and enhance automotive lighting during a presentation and discussion between our technology experts, who explain how each venting material enables your lighting to perform at its best.
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Host Biography: Stefan Sproll, Ph.D, Head of Development, Oxyphen
Stefan Sproll joined Oxyphen in 2010 as head of membrane production and development, and subsequently moved into the role of head of development in 2011. Mr. Sproll holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, where his focus was in the field of nitrogen-rich, energetic polymers. Mr Sproll also holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry & Biochemistry and a Master of Science in Chemistry from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich.
Host Biography: Gerry DiBattista, Global VP of Marketing, Porex PTFE
Gerry is the Global Vice President for Porex’s PTFE business unit. Porex, a business of Filtration Group, is a porous materials manufacturer headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with product development and manufacturing facilities in USA, Germany, Scotland, Malaysia and China. Gerry has a diverse experience of over 30 years in the areas of Manufacturing, R&D, Operations, Product Management, Marketing, Business Development, Sales and Business Management for a wide variety of industry segments. An expert in materials and material science, Gerry leads a global team to develop a robust and sustainable product portfolio based on PTFE by working closely with customers and industry associations. Gerry holds an MBA from the Katz Graduate School of Business, and a bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.