ACerS Manufacturing Division
Our Mission: The Manufacturing Division of the American Ceramic Society is dedicated to addressing the needs of the ceramics manufacturing industry and to support the production of all ceramic components and products. Click here for the complete Manufacturing Division Mission Statement.
May 1-3, 2018
4th Ceramics Expo
I-X Center | Cleveland, Ohio USA
Strategic Plan: The Division recently completed a comprehensive strategic planning process that included the formation of three committees: programming; communications; and organizational growth. Review the final Strategic Plan here. To read more about the Manufacturing Division’s development, click on the following link: Manufacturing Division Information
As a service to the members of the Manufacturing Division and those interested in joining The American Ceramic Society, ACerS and Wiley are providing free access to articles published in the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology that are relevant to the manufacturing industry. These articles will be unlocked until March 31, 2018. After that time, ACerS members can access the articles by logging in to www.ceramics.org.
Learning from Nature: Using bioinspired approaches and natural materials to make porous bioceramics
Baino, Francesco; Ferraris, Monica
Characteristics, Thermodynamics, and Preparation of Nanocaged 12CaO·7Al2O3 and Its Derivatives
Liao, Songyi; Yao, Rui; Chen, Xiaoyu; Wang, Guangrong; Zheng, Feng
Stabilization of tricalcium phosphate slurries against sedimentation for stereolithographic additive manufacturing and influence on the final mechanical properties
Pfaffinger, Markus; Hartmann, Malte; Schwentenwein, Martin; Stampfl, Jürgen
A Novel Sol–Gel Method for Large-Scale Production of Nanopowders: Preparation of Li1.5Al0.5Ti1.5(PO4)3 as an Example
Ma, Qianli; Xu, Qi; Tsai, Chih-Long; Tietz, Frank; Guillon, Olivier
The ACerS Manufacturing Division Hosts Luncheon and Meeting at Ceramics Expo 2017
In conjunction with the 3rd Ceramics Expo in Cleveland, Ohio, April 25-27, 2017, the ACerS Manufacturing Division hosted a division lunch and meeting to update its membership on their activities throughout the past year. Nik Ninos, division chair, greeted everyone and thanked them for attending. During his presentation, he outlined the Manufacturing Division’s history including its development out of the Whitewares and Materials Division in 2015. Since then, they have created a Strategic Plan, formed 3 committees and helped launch Ceramics Expo.
The division’s Programming Committee organized sessions before and during Ceramics Expo: two targeted learning workshops, three sessions at Ceramics Expo and the 6th Ceramic Business and Leadership Summit featuring industry leaders and technical, hands-on sessions.
Since its inception in 2015, Ceramics Expo’s attendance has increased from 2,117 attendees to 2,800 attendees in 2017. Exhibitor participation has also risen from 171 in 2015 to 326 in 2017. The expo brings together the ceramics industry, is a key marketplace and features manufacturing technologies.
Over 50 members attended the luncheon, and offered suggestions for member engagement, webinar topics and increasing overall division membership.
Chair: Ed Reeves | Reeves Consulting
Chair-Elect: Keith DeCarlo | Blasch Precision Ceramics, Inc.
Vice Chair: Matthew Creedon | Washington Mills
Secretary: Steven Jung | Mo-Sci Corporation
ACerS Board of Directors Division Liaison: Lynnette Madsen | National Science Foundation
President’s Council of Student Advisors Delegate: Sarah Whipkey | Alfred University
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