Workshop: International Standardization of Carbon Films

Carbon-based coatings are very well established in many industrial applications. They are offered worldwide from coating suppliers in a large range of different film types: amorphous carbon coatings (diamond-like carbon, DLC) as well as CVD diamond coatings. The potential endusers are confronted with a large variety of film sub-types, abbreviations, deposition techniques and brand names. This fact as well as the international supplier-customer relationships give the strong demand for an international standardization of carbon films to establish a clear terminology and a worldwide common understanding of this matter, especially at the industrial endusers. This workshop follows previous workshops held 2008 in Korea and 2009 in Japan. It is intended to share the worldwide status of carbon film classifications and standards and to step forward to a common international standardization work.

The workshop will be chaired by Klaus Bewilogua, Fraunhofer-Institut für Schicht- und Oberflächentechnik IST, Braunschweig, Germany.

 

This workshop (PDF, 15KB) will be held on Wednesday, September 15, 2010, 9:25 - 12:05,
Room Wetterstein.

 

09:25-09:55

Introduction and overview; Carbon film standardization in Germany
Jan Gäbler, Fraunhofer IST, Braunschweig, Germany

09:55-10:20

Collaboration system on carbon standardization in Japan
Hidetoshi Saitoh, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
Naoto Ohtake, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

10:20-10:45

 Efforts for extending applications of carbon coating in Korean industry
Dr. Kwang-Ryeol Lee, KIST, Korea

10:45-11:10

DLC Coatings: Current Practice in Europe
Paul Peeters, Dave Doerwald, Roel Tietema, Desiree Driesenaar, Thomas Krug, Hauzer Techno Coating, The Netherlands

11:10-11:35

Recent developments and trends in carbon coatings in North America
Gary Doll, Timken, USA

11:35-12:05

Need for and creation of an international standard on carbon films
Panel discussion with the presenters and the audience, moderated by Jan Gäbler