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ACerS Short Courses and Workshops

Increase Your Knowledge with ACerS Ceramic Materials Short Courses

Are you an engineer, scientist, operations professional or student looking to increase your materials science knowledge? Continue your education with ACerS Ceramic Materials Short Courses. Taught by experts, these courses expand on foundational topics and equip attendees with additional skills for the marketplace.


Current ACerS onsite courses

To reserve your spot, select a course below or contact Customer Service at 866-721-3322 or 240-646-7054.


October 12-13, 2017

Smart Marketing for Engineers, held in conjunction with Materials Science & Technology 2017 (MS&T17) in Pittsburgh, Pa.


October 12-13, 2017

Sintering of Ceramics Short Course 2017held in conjunction with Materials Science & Technology 2017 (MS&T17) in Pittsburgh, Pa.


October 12, 2017  

Additive Manufacturing of High-Performance Ceramics, held in conjunction with Materials Science & Technology 2017 (MS&T17) in Pittsburgh, Pa.


January 25-26, 2018

Mechanical Properties of Ceramics and Glass Short Course, held in conjunction with the International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites in Daytona Beach, Fla.


What Short Courses would you like ACerS to offer next?

ACerS currently runs the following short courses and workshops. If you would be interested in taking any of these courses, please let us know by submitting the below form. This will help us in scheduling the courses, and we will contact you the next time your course of interest is held.


If you would be interested in teaching a course, there is a link at the bottom of the page to submit a proposal.  

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Teach a course

If you would be interested in teaching a half-, one- or two-day short course on a ceramic or glass topic, download the Ceramic Materials Course Proposal and send it to Greg Geiger.



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