Alchemy is headed to the annual Coatings Trends and Technology 2022 conference in Lombard, Illinois, USA, September 8-9 at the Westin Hotel.
This conference is one of our favorites, as the lion’s share of content is focused on technical developments — of both the chemistry and digital varieties! — that have taken place in the Coatings arena. If you want to improve formulations, this conference offers three unique tracks aligned with some of the key priorities of formulators and company leaders alike: Pigments and Colorants, Bio-Based Technology and Additive Advancements.
Given that CASE companies can operate their labs 2-5x more efficiently using a LabOS like Alchemy, a few members of our team will be in attendance and ready to connect at Booth 39. If you’d like to get a sense of some of our latest product development projects, including bringing Artificial Intelligence (AI) directly to the point of formulation via our Embedded AI Module, be sure to stop by the booth.
Last but certainly not least, Alchemy’s Co-founder and CEO, Sasha Novakovich, will be giving a presentation titled: “AI, the Next Frontier for Formulating in CASE” on Thursday, September 8 from 1:30-2:00 PM Central Time. In this talk she will cover:
- Why predictive chemistry will be a game changer for our industry;
- The factors that make it so hard to actualize;
- An actionable roadmap to make predictive chemistry a reality.
If you’re working on AI — or if you’re interested in learning more about how software can help chemists spend more time formulating and less time searching through Excel spreadsheets — this is a must see talk.
“Easy to understand system with tremendous flexibility and industry-specific workflows - the upside here is undeniable.”
“Seeing that materials created in the system can be dynamically linked to create TDS/SDSs is a game changer.”
“The best experience was how detailed the live demos were. I rarely see such quality in a full rollout, much less a trial.”
“Translating what was learned during the one-on-one sessions and actually doing it in Alchemy was awesome.”