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COVESTRO: New Ways To Manage Heat – Makrolon® TC
• Introduction to thermal conductive polymers
• Why thermally conductive polycarbonate can change heat management
• Design for Sustainability with Makrolon TC
• Heat management for Wi-Fi routers, electric vehicle batteries, connected devices and LED lighting
• Showing case studies of commercially available products using Makrolon TC
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Speakers

Fabian Grote
Technical Marketing Manager @Covestro
Dr. Fabian Grote has joined Covestro in 2016 and is currently responsible for the technical marketing of polycarbonates in Electrical, Electronics & Appliances. In his career, Fabian has gained broad knowledge and hands-on experience in the polycarbonates and the coatings & adhesives business across different functions along the innovation chain. Prior to his current responsibilities he has hold positions in Research & Development, business-to-business marketing and market development. Fabian has lived and worked across different regions, including Europe, China and the USA. He holds a PhD in physics.
Niklas Meine
Marketing Segment Manager @Covestro
Dr. Niklas Meine is responsible for Industrial Marketing for Electronics, Electrical, Appliances in Europe, Middle East and Africa in the Polycarbonates segment at Covestro. He joined Covestro in 2012 and worked in different departments in Germany and Belgium. Niklas has over 12 years’ experience in polymers innovations and green chemistry, thereof more than 8 years industrial experience in marketing, strategy and R&D. He is an advocate for sustainable and social entrepreneurship, with strong experience in polycarbonates, polyurethanes, bio-based chemicals & polymers, circular economy, EV charging and material solutions for IoT/5G applications. His dedication are meaningful innovations that drive the UN SDGs, support Nature protection and improve the co-living of humans and animals. Niklas studied chemistry in Berlin, Granada and Cambridge and performed his PhD at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung