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11th International Symposium on Ceramic Materials and Components for Energy and Environmental Applications

11th CMCEE 

Submit abstracts by December 15

Meeting Description  

The 11th CMCEE identifies key challenges and opportunities for ceramic technologies to create sustainable development. A global, high-level event on ceramic materials innovations, 11th CMCEE is designed to encourage and promote ceramic research for energy and environmental applications. The conference opens with the plenary session, Technological Innovations and Sustainable Development, followed by 32 symposia covering wide-ranging topics. Engage in discussions on the global scale of the field and make lasting relationships during the networking events. Download the call for papers then submit your abstract by December 15.

 

Technical Program  

Energy efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies and systems are critically needed for further growth and sustainable development. Submit your innovation or research abstract by December 15, 2014. The program includes 32 symposia across four tracks:

  • High-temperature Fuel Cells and Electrolysis
  • Ceramics for Energy Conservation and Efficiency
  • Ceramics for Environmental Systems
  • Cross-cutting Materials Technologies
Registration  

Online registration will open in November 2014.

 

On or Before

May 4, 2015

After

May 4, 2015

Attendee $725 $875
Attendee + New Member/Renewal $845 $995
ACerS Senior/Emeritus $580 $730
One-Day Attendee $580 $730
Student Attendee $325 $400
Spouse/Companion (includes only evening receptions and conference dinner) $125 $125

Registrations include welcome reception, poster reception, coffee breaks, and conference dinner.

 

Hotel & Travel  

cmcee_hotelHyatt Regency Vancouver

655 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6C 2R7
(604) 683-1234

 

Single/Double: CA$220

Triple: CA$255

Quad: CA$290

Student: CA$290

 

 

Organizers  

Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Cleveland, USA

Tatsuki Ohji, AIST, Nagoya, Japan

Alexander Michaelis, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems, IKTS, Germany

 


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