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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Glasses and Optical Materials: Current Issues and Functional Applications
Sponsorship ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division
Organizer(s) Charmayne E. Lonergan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Ashutosh Goel, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Scope 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, and structure-processing-property relations of optical materials along with their applications.

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 sponsored by the ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division.

Proposed topics include (but are not limited to):
• Novel optical materials;
• Advances in characterization (structural, thermal, etc.) 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;
• Functional photonic devices;
• Chalcogenide, fluoride, and other non-oxide or mixed oxide glasses;
• Mechanics and strengthening mechanism of glass and glass-ceramics;
• Industrial glass processing, melting, fining, heat-treating, and engineering; and
• Teaching or outreach efforts related to glass science and optical properties.

Abstracts Due 05/08/2023

Accelerating Glass Discovery Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Aluminum and Iron in Silicate Glasses and 5.1.8 Crystal
Bismuth Borosilicate Glass Containing Eu2O3 Stabilized Gold Nanoparticles with High Third-order Optical Nonlinearity
D-12: Assessing the Chemical Durability of Soda-lime-silica Glass with Beverages
D-13: Novel Fibers for Quantum Computing
D-14: Redistribution of Na+ Ions in Mixed Alkali-lime Glasses
D-15: Structural Effects of Alkali/Alkali Earth Cations on the Nickel-doped BK7 Type Borosilicate Glasses
D-16: Structure and Properties of Lead Borate and Lead Alumino-borate Glasses
Deciphering the Structural Origins of High Sulfur Solubility in Vanadium-containing Borosilicate Glasses
Developing a Method to Characterize the Crystallization and Viscosity Behaviors of Glassy Solid-state Electrolytes
Effect of Strain Rate on Mechanical and Fractographic Behaviour of Silica Based Optical Fibers
Er/Yb Co-doped Fully Transparent Yttrium-Lanthanum-Tellurite Glass-Ceramics for ~3 Ám Emission
Extending the Glass Formation of Alkali Tellurites
Glassy Disorder and Macroscopic Properties
Investigation of Glasses Containing Heavy Metal Oxides as a Replacement to Lead Oxide
Mixed Modifier Effects on Structural, Mechanical, Chemical, and Mechanochemical Properties of Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate Glass
New Composition Design to Improve Impact Resistance of Ultra-thin Glass for Foldable Display
Optical Characteristics of Transition Metal Doped II-VI Multifunctional Crystals
Progress Towards New Sodium Glassy Solid Electrolytes
Pushing Compositional Limits of Optical Fibers Fabricated Using the Molten Core Method
Radiation Effects on Amorphous Chalcogenides
Revealing the Structure of the Sodium-leached Layer of Soda Lime Silica Glass: A Comprehensive Spectroscopic Analysis
Revealing the Superior Scratch-resistance of Graphene-glass Surfaces
Rheological Behavior of Heavy-Metal Oxychloride Glass-Forming Liquids
Salt Formation and Detection in Nuclear Waste Glasses
StriderNET: A Graph Reinforcement Learning Approach to Optimize Glassy Structures on Rough Energy Landscapes
The Ductility of Silicate Glasses is Driven by Topological Heterogeneity
The Influence of Divalent Cations on the Network Structures and Properties of Phosphate and Aluminophosphate Glasses
Topological Phases and Melt Dynamics of the Equimolar Ternary Ge-As-S and Ge-P-Se Glass Systems
Volatile Crystalline Semiconductor Core Fibers
Water Content within Phosphate Glasses and Its Role as a Modifier

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