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Published on October 29th, 2013 | By: Eileen De Guire

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Photoblog report from the Annual Meeting and MS&T’13 in Montreal

Published on October 29th, 2013 | By: Eileen De Guire

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ACers 2014 Class of Fellows. Credit: ACerS.

 

Bon jour from the beautiful city of Montreal, Canada where I’ve been attending the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society and the Materials Science and Technology 2013 conference! A record-breaking attendance of more than 3,200 materials scientists, engineers, vendors, and students from around the globe are here to report on their work, learn about the latest technologies, network, and conduct Society business.

 

ACerS held its 115th Annual Meeting yesterday, and president Richard Brow reported that the Society’s financial health is excellent and that the Society will be undertaking some exciting new initiatives. David Green was formally invested as president when Brow passed him the ceremonial ceramic gavel. A gala banquet Monday evening gave  the Society the opportunity to honor its awardees including the 2013 Class of Fellows and new Distinguished Life Members, Katherine Faber, Ludwig Gauckler, and Gary Messing.

 

The Society conducts much of its business in committee, division, and board meetings behind the scenes, which has kept members hustling between the plenary session (see Jim’s report), technical sessions, special lectures, and Society business meetings.

 

Here is a visual sampling of this year’s conference. Enjoy!

 

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The ACerS lounge is a favorite destination for members to take a break, meet other members, get a cup of coffee, or take a spin of the prize wheel. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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ACerS 2012-2013 Board of Directors met on Saturday to conduct the Society’s business. Pictured (for the last time in these roles, left to right), past president George Wicks, president Richard Brow, and president-elect David Green. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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Richard Brow with the President’s Council of Student Advisors. Derek Miller, left of Brow, finished his term as president of the PCSA at this Annual Meeting. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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On Sunday, Larry Hench brought a scientist’s mind and a philosopher’s logic to inform the current issue of affordable healthcare in the United States. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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Arun Varshneya taught his short course, “Fundamentals of Glass Science,” to a full class the weekend before MS&T. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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A technical session—the heartbeat of MS&T. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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Seated: Cooper Award speakers Alexandra Navrotsky and Maxwell Marple. Standing from left are Steve Martin, Cooper Session speakers Mark Ediger and Takashi Odagaki, and session chair Prabhat Gupta. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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Attendees check the program for conference events. (Credit: ACerS.)

 

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ACerS leadership at the awards banquet. Seated from left: President David Green, Kay Green, and Donna Wicks. Standing from left: Executive director Charlie Spahr and Lorraine Spahr, Theresa Brow and past-president Richard Brow, president-elect Kathleen Richardson, and George Wicks. (Credit: ACerS.)


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4 Responses to Photoblog report from the Annual Meeting and MS&T’13 in Montreal

  1. AMRIK SINGH says:

    I used to be a member of ACS but gave up the membership for one reason or other. I am Ceramic Graduate and 76 years of age. I would like to keep in touch with ACS and would like to know if you have a low cost subscription for senior citizens to subscribe.
    Best wishes
    Amrik Singh
    23, Hemkunt Colony, 2nd Floor
    New Delhi 110 048
    India
    Mob: +919873635145

    • Jim Destefani says:

      Hello Amrik,

      Are you a member of the Indian Ceramic Society? We have a reciprocal agreement with them that would result in a reduced rate for ACerS membership. Thanks for your interest!

  2. Trudy Kriven says:

    How did the mug Drop competition go?

    • Eileen De Guire says:

      Hi Trudy,
      Good question! I got ahead of myself with today’s CTT headline. A gal from Missouri MS&T won with a solid cast mug. Jim will have more details tomorrow!

      Eileen

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