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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Glasses and Optical Materials: Current Issues and Functional Applications
Sponsorship ACerS Basic Science Division
ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division
Organizer(s) Doris Möncke, Alfred University
Mathieu Hubert, Corning Incorporated
Scope Highlighting the International Year of Glass, this symposium provides a forum for the discussion of current issues in the science and technology of glasses and optical materials, including fundamental and applied glass science, novel glass synthesis and characterization methods, structure-processing-property relations of optical materials and their applications. Examples of topics extend to advanced structural analysis, glass transition and relaxation, atomistic scale simulations of glasses, new functionalities and novel applications of glasses and amorphous materials. Contributions from academia, national laboratories, and industries addressing recent advances and new applications are welcome. This symposium includes the ACerS GOMD Alfred R. Cooper Award session, and it is endorsed by the ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division, Nuclear & Environmental Technology Division, and Basic Science Division. Proposed topics include: Advances in characterization of glass and optical materials; Atomistic computer simulations of glass structures, properties, and processing; Machine learning, big data, and material genome studies and applications; Glass–environment interactions; Novel formulations and synthetic routes for formation of glasses, amorphous materials, and glass-ceramics; Bioactive glasses and glass-ceramics; Novel optical materials; Ultra-thin glasses, thin films, and functional photonic devices; Chalcogenide, Fluoride and other non-oxide glasses or mixed oxide glasses; Mechanics and strengthening mechanism of glass and glass-ceramics; Industrial glass processes, melting, fining, heat-treatment, and engineering; Teaching of glass science and optical properties.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3D Mapping of Glass Indentation Stress Fields
Continuation of the Investigation of Double Ion-exchange in Mixed Alkali-lime Silicate Glasses
D-13: Flow Dissolution of Lithium Disilicate Glass under Aqueous Conditions
D-15: Natural Glasses – Findings from an Undergraduate Project
D-17: Sulfur Blue Glasses - S3- Anion Charge Transfer Transitions
D-18: Tungsten Borate – A Replacement for Lead in Glass
D-19: Unusual High Oxidation States of Transition Metal Ions in Silicate Glasses of High Optical Basicity: Trivalent Co3+ and Ni3+
Effect of Ion-exchange Strengthening on the Mechanical Behavior of Sodium Aluminophosphosilicate Glass
Effect of Modifier Cation Type on Structure and Nickel Speciation in Alkali Borosilicate Glasses
Glass Structure-Terahertz Properties Relationship: Power-Law Model and Deviations in Sodium Borosilicate, Tellurite, and Chalcogenide Glass Families
Intermediate-range Order in Organic Glasses
Ionic Glasses: An Emerging Separate Class of Amorphous Materials with Unique Topology and Dynamic Properties
Lithium-iron Silicate Glasses as Simulations of High-Fe Nuclear Waste Glass
MD Simulations of SLS Batch Melting
Multispectroscopic Study of Lead Borate Glasses
Oxygen Triclusters and Five-Coordinated Alumina Species in Calcium-aluminosilicate Glasses
Structural Relaxation Mechanism of Anisotropic Alkali Metaphosphate Glass
Structure-property Relationship in Mixed Oxy-sulfide Glassy Solid Electrolyte Material: 0.58Li2S + 0.42 [(1–y­)SiS2 + yLiPO3]
The Dissolution of Lithium Disilicate Glass under Ultrasonic Cavitation
The Problem with Lead
Uncovering Hidden Glasses
Utilizing Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (E.I.S.) to Observe In-situ Phase Changes in Lithium Diborate Glass Undergoing Thermal Relaxation


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