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Meeting MS&T24: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium ACerS-ECerS Joint Symposium: Emerging Leaders in Glass and Ceramics
Sponsorship The American Ceramic Society
The European Ceramic Society
Organizer(s) Rajendra K. Bordia, Clemson University
Thomas J. Graule, Empa
Francis J. Cambier, Belgian Ceramic Research Ctr
Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne
Scope This joint ACerS-ECerS symposium manifests the importance of international dialogue for scientific progress and professional growth in ceramic science and engineering. Organized by two world-leading ceramic societies, the objective of this transatlantic joint symposium is to strengthen global collaboration and provide a forum for establishing professional networks. The invitation only symposium will feature emerging, mid-career scientific and technological leaders in glass and ceramics. In addition to progress in basic science and technology, the symposium will highlight developments in critical societal areas including the role of glass and ceramics in sustainable growth, energy, environment, health and information technologies.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2024

Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics from Water-Based Feedstocks with Low Binder Content
Additive Manufacturing of Zirconia Ceramics: Challenges and Opportunities
Ceramic Interfaces: What Do We Still Need to Learn?
Design of Piezoceramics Using Extended Defects
Development of Personalized and Affordable Multi-Substituted Calcium Phosphate-Based Biomimetic Scaffolds for Bone Regeneration Applications
Integrated Data Science and Computational Materials Science for Understanding Complex Materials
Laser Induced Forward Transfer on the Printing of Multimaterial Devices for Energy Applications
Novel Two-dimensional Ceramics for Energy Applications
Perspectives and Challenges in Manufacturing Ceramic Matrix Composites – Progress in Functional Additives and Technologies
Phase Stability and Cation Partitioning in Multi-Rare Earth Aluminates and Zirconates
Processing of Next-Generation Aerospace Ceramics and Composites
The Role of Anisotropic Grain Boundary Energy in Grain Growth of Textured Alumina
The Role of Porous Additives on Carbonation of Cement-Based Composites
Transparent Ceramic Composites: Materials Design and Structuring for Lasers, Scintillators and IR Windows

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