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25th International Congress on Glass (ICG 2019)

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Start:
June 9, 2019
End:
June 14, 2019
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Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers
50 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116 United States
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Meeting Description

Make your plans now to attend the International Congress on Glass (ICG) 2019 in Boston, Mass., June 9-14, 2019, to join the expected 1,000 attendees, and over 900 papers and posters representing the best and brightest glass science and technology minds in the world.

Held every three years, the International Congress on Glass has been providing valuable networking and collaborative efforts since the late 1980s. ICG 2019 will include:

  • Special recognition of the 100th anniversary of GOMD
  • Technical, cultural, and historical excursions in and around the Boston area
  • Student career roundtables
  • Student poster contest

Save the date for this important glass science and technology meeting. ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division is the ICG 2019 host.


Organization Chair

ICG 2019 Congress President

Richard Brow
Missouri University of Science & Technology
brow@mst.edu

 

ICG 2019 Program Chair

John Mauro
Pennsylvania State University
jcm426@psu.edu


Program Committee

  • Carol Click (Corning Incorporated, USA)
  • Jane Cook (Corning Museum of Glass, USA)
  • Juejun Hu (MIT, USA)
  • Lina Hu (Shandong University, China)
  • Mathieu Hubert (Corning Incorporated, USA)
  • Julian Jones (Imperial College London, UK)
  • Gurbinder Kaur (Thapar University, India)
  • Ken Kelton (Washington University, USA)
  • Lisa Klein (Rutgers University, USA)
  • Takumi Fujiwara (Tohoku University)
  • Hong Li (NEG, USA)
  • Lisa Manning (Syracuse University, USA)
  • Matthieu Micoulaut (UPMC, France)
  • Doris Möncke (University of Jena, Germany)
  • Gerardo Naumis (UNAM, Mexico)
  • Madoka Ono (AGC Asahi Glass Research Center, Japan)
  • Mingying Peng (South China University of Technology, China)
  • Ana Candida M. Rodrigues (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil)
  • Morten M. Smedskjaer (Aalborg Unviersity, Denmark)
  • Mette Solvang (Rockwool International, Denmark)
  • Randall Youngman (Corning Incorporated, USA)
  • Yuanzheng Yue (Aalborg University, Denmark)
  • Anita Zeidler (University of Bath, UK)
  • Marina Konon (Institute of Silicate Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

About the International Commission on Glass

The International Commission on Glass is a non-profit international Society of national scientific and technical organizations with particular interests in glass science and technology. It was founded in 1933 and has grown to become the recognized world-wide organization in the field of glass with presently 37 member organizations bringing together the world’s most respected universities, scientific institutions, companies of the glass industry and allied organizations.

The aim of ICG is to promote and stimulate understanding and cooperation between glass experts in the fields of science and technology as well as art, history and education.

The ICG achieves these objectives by organizing Technical Committee work (e.g. laboratory round robins, comparative studies, topical meetings), compiling information on glass (e.g. publishing scientific and technical papers, reports and books) and by sharing and disseminating knowledge on glass in advanced educational courses and workshops. A further major role is to organize international meetings such as the International Congress on Glass held every three years. Click here to meet ICG’s management board.

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.