RadTech Announces New Board Members, Secretary, Honorary Lifetime Member

April 22, 2021
The association for ultraviolet and electron beam technologies welcomes a 3M Corporation scientists and a materials engineering specialist to its board.

Chevy Chase, MD: RadTech--The Association for Ultraviolet and Electron Beam technologies (UV+EB) is pleased to announce two new Board members: Dr. Eric Nelson, Staff Scientist, 3M Corporate Research Process Laboratory Radiation Processing Group, and Dr. Kejia Yang, Materials Engineer at Align Technology. Drs Yang and Nelson were selected to fill board openings and will serve through 2022. In addition, Mike Bonner, VP - Engineering & Technology, Saint Clair Systems Inc., has been elected to join the RadTech Executive Committee as Secretary.

"We welcome Eric and Kejia to our Board team, and Mike as our new Secretary" says Dr. Susan Bailey, of Michelman, President of RadTech. "With their addition, RadTech continues to engage across a wide spectrum of technology applications and the supply chain, reflecting the growing interest and adoption of UV+EB technology."

The RadTech Board of Directors has also conferred an Honorary Lifetime Membership to JoAnn Arceneaux, now retired, from allnex, in recognition for her service and leadership to the RadTech community.

RadTech—The Association for UV+EB Technologies is the nonprofit trade association dedicated to the safe, environmentally proactive use of UV+EB cured materials in applications including packaging/graphic arts, 3D printing/additive manufacturing, electronics, wood and building products, plastics and metals. RadTech supports the UV+EB industry through the development of educational resources, industry conferences and trade shows, EHS and sustainability guidance, market research, student and start-up innovation programs, and industry networking opportunities. Learn more about UV+EB technology at www.radtech.org.


Mickey Fortune

RadTech - The Association for UV & EB Technology

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