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Refractory Optimization in Steelmaking
March 15, 2022, Unitecr Conference
8:00a.m. - 12:00p.m. ET
We have a great lineup of ceramic and glass conferences.
The American Ceramic Society announces that it fully intends to return to in-person meetings for Q4 of 2021 and beyond. ACerS and its Meetings team will continue to comply with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, relevant state and local authorities, and each conference venue in an effort to provide a safe and healthy environment for our meeting attendees during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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14th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology (PACRIM 14) including Glass & Optical Materials Division 2021 Annual Meeting (GOMD 2021)
vancouver, B.C., Canada
December 12–17, 2021
Here's the latest from ACerS.
The October/November 2021 issue of the ACerS Bulletin—featuring an overview of research and markets in Africa—is now available online. Plus—gradient refractive index optics.
Ceramic Tech Today
Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation
The Foundation is a global partnership among organizations devoted to science, engineering, and technology of ceramics and glasses.
The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) stands for inclusivity. We are saddened and disturbed by recent events that have shone a light on the systemic racism, discrimination, and inequality that exists today. ACerS strives to be a leader by working toward solutions now and moving forward. ACerS seeks to foster an environment promoting the free expression and exchange of scientific ideas for its entire international community. We are committed to ensuring equality of treatment and opportunity and freedom from harassment for all members regardless of race, gender, nationality, religious beliefs, gender identity, color, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disabilities, ancestry, personal appearance, or any other basis not relevant to scientific merit. Any violation of our harassment or discrimination policies is addressed immediately by Society leadership, and not tolerated. Finally, ACerS has an active Diversity & Inclusion Subcommittee that works with Society leadership to seek ways to be inclusive of all people.
To read our anti-harassment policy, please click here. To read our Code of Conduct policy for ACerS events, please click here. To read our statement against hate, please click here. To learn more about fostering diversity, inclusivity, and equity in the sciences, visit ACerS' "Fostering equity in science" resource page.