The session provides a forum for the exchange and discussion of current issues and trends in additive manufacturing (AM) of glasses. The session will cover recent theoretical and experimental advances in processing and characterization of 3D-printed glasses for biomedical, optical, architectural, functional, and artistic applications. The session will also provide a forum to a broader audience for emerging technological applications of 3D-printed glasses. All contributions from academia, national laboratories, and industries that address recent advances and new applications are welcome. Topics include
- Oxide and nonoxide glasses
- Polymeric systems
- AM methods
- Optical and electrical properties
- Glass structural characterizations
- Specific applications
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