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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium ACerS-ECerS Joint Symposium - Emerging Ceramic Technologies; Challenges and Future Prospects
Sponsorship The American Ceramic Society; The European Ceramic Society
Organizer(s) Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Jon Binner, University of Birmingham
Martha L. Mecartney, University of California, Irvine
Anne Louise Leriche, Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France
Scope Organized by two world-leading ceramic societies, The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) and The European Ceramic Society (ECerS), this transatlantic joint symposium addresses the wide-ranging emerging ceramic technologies that are critically needed for sustainable societal developments. Recently, a wide variety of ground-breaking research developments have taken place in the field of ceramics, leading to new functionalities, new processes and enhanced performance. These innovative technologies will lead to increased and wider ranging applications in diverse fields such as energy production and storage, the environment, aerospace, medicine, communications, infrastructure, transport and many others. This Symposium, which will consist mainly of invited presentations, will ask a diverse range of experts from academia and industries all over the world to present the latest progress and discuss key issues, challenges and opportunities. The aim is to engage the worldwide ceramic community in a collective effort to ensure positive and sustainable improvements to our living standards and our planet.

Proposed Topics:
* Humanitarian advances, new strategies and technologies for sustainable societal developments
* Recent breakthroughs and future directions in ceramic R&D
* Innovative ceramic manufacturing and processing
* New functionalities and enhanced properties
* New characterization approaches
* Modeling, informatics, machine learning and computational materials science for ceramics
* Ceramic education, training and knowledge management
* International collaborative efforts

Abstracts Due 05/31/2020

Advanced Ceramics and Composites for Nuclear Energy – Challenges and Future Prospect
Advanced Microscopy and Data Analysis in Electronic Ceramic Research and Development
Ceramics and Computing: Modelling, Informatics, Machine Learning and Computational Materials Science
Ceramics in Higher Education Nowadays: New Pedagogical Formats Searching a Balance Between Material and Immaterial
Colloidal Processing as an Effective Tool for Manufacturing Functional Ceramics with Enhanced Properties
Dense Powder Beds for AM of Ceramics
Industrial Refractory Ceramics: Challenges, Innovation and Visioneering
Introductory Comments: ACerS-ECerS Joint Symposium - Emerging Ceramic Technologies; Challenges and Future Prospects
Nanochemical Approaches to Materials for Energy and Health Applications
Transformation-induced Plasticity in Ceria-doped Zirconia Composites: Towards Ductile and Shape-memory Ceramics

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