Glass & Optical Materials Division and Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft Joint Annual Meeting 2015
Join the Glass & Optical Materials Division and the Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft in Miami for the GOMD-DGG 2015 Joint Annual Meeting. The program covers physical properties and technological processes important to glasses, amorphous solids and optical materials. Sessions headed by technical leaders from industry, labs, and academia will discuss the latest advances in glass science and technology, as well as examine the amorphous state. The poster session will highlight late-breaking research as well as the annual student poster contest. Make your plans for GOMD-DGG 2015 today!
|Technical Program – Final Program on Itinerary Planner
The technical program covers:
Select your membership type below to register online. Nonmembers will be prompted to create a New Visitor Registration. Download the registration form to sign up by phone, fax, or mail. If you wish to pay by wire transfer, contact customer service at 1-240-646-7054.
On or before
April 10, 2015
April 10, 2015
|ACerS Member with membership renewal||$750||$900|
|ACerS Senior/Emeritus/Associate Member||$515||$665|
|Material Advantage Student Member (Grad or Undergrad)||$235||$310|
|Nonmember Grad or Undergrad Student||$275||$350|
|Short Course: Nucleation, Growth and Crystallization in Glasses||Prices vary||Prices vary|
|Workshop: What’s New in Ancient Glass Research||$150||$200|
GOMD-DGG 2015 registrations, except Spouse/Companion, include welcome reception, poster reception, lunch on Monday, coffee breaks, and conference dinner. Spouse/Companion registration includes only evening receptions and the conference dinner.
|Hilton Miami Downtown|
1601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132 USA
Rates: Single/Double: $164 |
Student: $132 student rate is sold out |
U.S. Government Employee: $146
Cutoff date: April 17, 2015
If you have difficulty making a reservation, need assistance with travel planning or have questions about the destination, please contact Greg Phelps of ACerS.
Steve W. Martin, Iowa State University of Science & Technology, Ames, Iowa
Gang Chen, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Reinhard Conradt, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
The American Ceramic Society values diverse and inclusive participation within the field of ceramic science and engineering. ACerS strives to promote involvement and access to leadership opportunity regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, appearance, geographic location, career path or academic level.