Two keynote speakers join ISCC'18


Dr Dave Blank and Dr Bas Zaat join the speaker lineup at this year’s International Symposium on Contamination Control in The Hague

Dr Vadim Banine, ASML, the Netherlands

VCCN, the Dutch Contamination Control Association, has announced the names of two speakers joining the International Symposium on Contamination Control (ISCC'18). The event will be held on 23-26 September in The Hague.

Dr Vadim Banine was announced as the first keynote speaker. He is now joined by two experts:

The confirmed keynote speakers are:

  • Dr Dave Blank, University of Twente, the Netherlands
  • Dr Bas Zaat, Amsterdam Medical Center, the Netherlands
  • Dr Vadim Banine, ASML, the Netherlands

Based around the theme “The World Behind Contamination Control”, the symposium starts with a social agenda, followed by a three-day conference programme, including tutorials, workshops and technical tours. The total conference programme consists of four keynote speakers and 60 speaker sessions.

Dr Dave Blank, University of Twente, the Netherlands

Esmeralda Pondman, ISCC'18 committee member, commented: It is a big pleasure for me to be part of the organisation committee. At the moment, preparations are in full swing and all with the purpose to give you a wonderful experience attending ISCC’18.”

As a substantive programme in the field of contamination control, ISCC’18 will also offer enough possibilities to network and share thoughts and ideas during a banquet at a unique place in the Louwman Museum and a closing dinner in Museum Sculptures by the Sea.

Esmeralda Pondman continued: “In these informal settings I hope to be able to contribute to the rich network within the world of contamination control. I look forward to meeting you all in September!”

ISCC'18 offers an excellent opportunity to learn all about new applications and inventions concerning the improvement of quality in cleanrooms.

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Organised by VCCN, the event will attract more than 500 participants from all over the world.