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American Ceramic Society Bulletin

October/November 2017 – Vol. 96 No. 8
  • Markets of magnitude—Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia take the lead in Southeast Asian ceramic technology research, development, and cross-border collaboration

  • Silicon carbide for the modern warfighter

PLUS…

  • CeRTEV: The first four years

  • MS&T17 preview


Features

Markets of magnitude

28

Alex Talavera and Randy B. Hecht

Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia take the lead in Southeast Asian ceramic technology research, development, and cross-border collaboration.


Silicon carbide for the modern warfighter

38

Melanie Kuhn, Diana Tierney, and Matt Simmers

Silicon carbide offers strength and versatility as an armor material to protect personnel and infrastructure assets.


São Carlos Center of Research, Technology and Education in Vitreous Materials: The first four years

40

Karina Lupetti, Ana C.M. Rodrigues, Eduardo B. Ferreira, Hellmut Eckert, and Edgar D. Zanotto

Nearing the midpoint of an 11-year, $22M project, Brazilian glass researchers report on progress developing new glass technology and workforce activities.


Meetings

MS&T17

42

EAM 2018

46

ICACC18

48

Sintering 2017

50

Departments

News & Trends

3

ACerS Spotlight

8

Ceramics in Energy

15

Advances in Nanomaterials

19

Research Briefs

22

Ceramics in Biomedicine

26

Columns

Business and Market View

14

Andrew McWilliams

Nanotechnology market expected to reach $90.5B by 2021


Deciphering the Discipline

56

Christian Ocier

Scientific experimentation as creative art


Resources

New Products

51

Calendar

52

Classified Advertising

53

Display Ad Index

55

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