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Spotlight on San Diego

By Marilyn Stoltz / October 26, 2017

Local companies exhibiting during the welcome reception and poster session: AEM, Inc. AEM, Inc. is a high reliability component solutions provider that continues to set the standard for quality, value and performance. AEM provides manufactured solutions and services to aerospace, defense and other “Hi-Rel” industries that require the highest quality level for circuit protection, EMI…

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The Value Builder

By Deidre Haignere / September 5, 2017

Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 11 am (Eastern US Time) Webinar Description   ACerS Corporate Partners and Manufacturing Division Members are invited to participate in a free webinar where we will we will discuss strategies to increase the value of your business.  Perhaps you are getting ready to sell your business, or transition to a…

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ACerS Short Courses

By Andrea Ross / August 29, 2017

Register today for an ACerS short course in conjunction with MS&T17!

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Call for 2018 Award Nominations

By Erica Zimmerman / August 29, 2017

Nominations for Society awards that will be presented at the annual awards banquet in October 2018 are now open. Additional information on each award, plus many Division and Class awards, is available at ceramics.org/awards. Nomination deadline for all awards is January 15, 2018 unless otherwise noted. (Note that the 2018 Fellows deadline was August 25,…

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Attend your division’s business meeting at MS&T17

By Erica Zimmerman / August 1, 2017

Five ACerS Divisions will hold executive and general business meetings at MS&T17 in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. General business meetings will be held Monday or Tuesday in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Plan to attend to get the latest updates and to share your ideas with Division officers.  Basic Science Division: Monday, October 9, 12:00-1:00…

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2017-2018 ACerS officers named

By Erica Zimmerman / June 8, 2017

The new slate of ACerS Board, Division and Class officers has been determined. There were no contested offices and no write-in candidates, automatically making all nominees “elected.” The new term begins at the end of MS&T17, October 12, 2017.

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Alfred R. Cooper Scholars Award Deadline Extension: June 12, 2017

By Erica Zimmerman / May 15, 2017

The Glass & Optical Materials Division of The American Ceramic Society is extending its deadline for nominations for the Cooper Scholars Award from May 15 to June 12, 2017. This undergraduate award is named in honor of the late Professor Alfred R. Cooper, Jr., member of the faculty at Case Western Reserve University and a prominent…

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GOMD selects award lecturers for May 2017 meeting

By Erica Zimmerman / April 6, 2017

The Glass & Optical Materials Division has selected five outstanding glass scientists to present award lectures at the GOMD Annual Meeting in Waikoloa, Hawaii from May 21-26, 2017.  The speakers, listed below in order of their lecture, are:  George W. Morey Award: Tuesday, May 23, 8:30 am Kathleen A. Richardson , University of Central Florida…

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Engineering Ceramics Division Secretary Nominations: Deadline August 15, 2017

By Erica Zimmerman / April 6, 2017

The ECD Nominating Committee invites nominations for the incoming 2017–2018 division secretary candidate. Nominees will be presented for approval at the ECD Annual Business meeting at MS&T17 and included on the ACerS spring 2018 division officer ballot. Nominations and a short description of the candidate’s qualifications, should be submitted by August 15, 2017 to: Michael…

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Technology Assessment & Transfer, Inc.

By Deidre Haignere / February 23, 2017

Technology Assessment & Transfer, Inc. 133 Defense Hwy Ste 212 Annapolis, MD 21401-8907 P: (410) 224-3710 F: (410) 224-4678 www.techassess.com   Technology Assessment and Transfer, Inc. is a high technology corporation that develops and commercializes advanced materials for defense, bio-medical and industrial applications, primarily through government funded R&D. The transition into commercial products has been…

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