25th International Congress on Glass (ICG2019)
The 25th International Congress on Glass (ICG2019) will be June 9-14, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Speaker topics will include:
- Glass Chemistry and Physics
- Oxide and Non-Oxide Systems
- Glass Properties
- Theory and Modeling
- Glass Art
- Manufacturing of Glass
- New Applications of Glass
- Amorphous Thin Films
Held every three years, the International Congresses on Glass provide valuable opportunities for glass scientists and technologists. ICG 2019 will include many special activities, including:
- Special recognition of the 100th anniversary of GOMD
- Technical, cultural, and historical excursions in and around the Boston area.
- Student career roundtables
- Student poster contest
Since the late 1980’s, ICG Congresses have experienced significant growth, typically now having between 700 to 1000 attendees, and up to 900 papers and posters. Save the date for this important glass science and technology meeting.
ICG 2019 will be held in the Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers.
ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division is the ICG 2019 host.
ICG 2019 Congress President
Missouri University of Science & Technology
ICG 2019 Program Chair
Carol Click (Corning Incorporated, USA)
Jane Cook (Corning Museum of Glass, USA)
Juejun Hu (MIT, USA)
Lina Hu (Shandong University, China)
Mathieu Hubert (Corning Incorporated, USA)
Julian Jones (Imperial College London, UK)
Gurbinder Kaur (Thapar University, India)
Ken Kelton (Washington University, USA)
Lisa Klein (Rutgers University, USA)
Takumi Fujiwara (Tohoku University)
Hong Li (PPG, USA)
Lisa Manning (Syracuse University, USA)
Matthieu Micoulaut (UPMC, France)
Doris Möncke (University of Jena, Germany)
Gerardo Naumis (UNAM, Mexico)
Mingying Peng (South China University of Technology, China)
Mette Solvang (Rockwool International, Denmark)
Randall Youngman (Corning Incorporated, USA)
Yuanzheng Yue (Aalborg University, Denmark)
Anita Zeidler (University of Bath, UK)
Marina Konon (Institute of Silicate Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
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.