Fluence Analytics Business Development Advisor, Dr. Sig Floyd, is presenting realtime ACOMP data using case studies at the Gulf Coast Conference in Galveston, TX. These case studies detail typical ACOMP applications for process monitoring, comprising polyacrylamide reactions, condensation polymers, and acrylic adhesive formulations. The presentation will also discuss common ACOMP benefits, including cycle time optimization, detection of process upsets, improved product quality, and mitigating process anomalies due to gelation. Dr. Floyd’s presentation, Application of ACOMP for Process and Quality Improvements Based on Real-Time Measurements in Polymerizations, will take place on Wednesday, October 17 at 2:45 p.m. in the Iris Room. Email email@example.com to arrange a meeting with Dr. Floyd during Gulf Coast Conference 2018.
InnoSTARS accepted Fluence Analytics into its 2018 semi-finals in China. InnoSTARS is the only national platform between the U.S. and China, and it connects innovative companies with investors, corporations, and other partners in China. Fluence Analytics will compete in the New Materials category. In addition to an all-expense paid trip, the company will receive an opportunity to win a cash prize while networking with Chinese corporate executives and venture capitalists. During the competition, Dr. Sig Floyd will represent the Company and present ACOMP information to a panel of expert judges. Dr. Floyd’s presentation will overview ways polymer manufacturers can use ACOMP to create new polymeric materials in a sustainable manner that will increase product quality.
Fluence Analytics, a startup providing industrial and laboratory analytics solutions to polymer manufacturers, was accepted into the 2019 Imagine Chemistry competition. The collaborative platform is organized by Nouryon, the former specialty chemicals business unit of AkzoNobel. The competition works with selected startups and university organizations to foster a healthy ecosystem of sustainable innovation. Fluence Analytics was one of 13 finalists chosen among 160 applicants from more than 30 countries.