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13th Advances in Cement-Based Materials


June 14
June 16
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Columbia University, New York City
New York City, United States + Google Map

Meeting Description

Welcome from the Co-Chairs

On behalf of the ACerS Cements Division Leadership Board, we welcome you to attend the 13th Advances in Cement-Based Materials Meeting! The meeting will be held on June 14 – 16, 2023 and the technical program will take place at Columbia University in the City of New York on the Morningside Heights Campus. We encourage all to attend – first-timers and regulars from academia, national labs, and industry – to share ideas and new perspectives in the area of cements.

NYC is a vibrant city but can be a pricey one. Therefore we will support you as best as we can, including setting the abstract deadline earlier than in recent years and sending abstract decisions late February – early March so you can plan and book early.

Stay tuned for options for accommodations, program updates, “how to get here,” and other key information in the coming months.

We are looking forward to seeing you in NYC!

ACerS 2023 Local and Technical Co-Chairs
Shiho Kawashima, Columbia University
Dimitri Feys, Missouri S&T, Chair of ACerS Cements Division

List of topics

Sustainability through Supplementary and Alternative Cementitious Materials

Durability and service-life modeling

Cement Chemistry

CO2 Utilization towards Carbon Neutral Concrete

Nanotechnology in Cementitious Materials

Bio-inspired cementitious materials

Advances in Rheology

Additive Manufacturing using Cementitious Materials

Materials Characterization Techniques

Smart Materials and Sensors

Computational and Data Driven Materials Science

Organizing Chairs

Shiho Kawashima
Columbia University
Dimitri Feys
Missouri S & T

The American Ceramic Society values diverse and inclusive participation within the field of ceramic science and engineering. ACerS strives to promote involvement and access to leadership opportunity regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, appearance, geographic location, career path or academic level.