With more than a century in print, Journal of the American Ceramic Society has published many of the most important and influential papers in the history of glass science. Today, Journal of the American Ceramic Society and International Journal of Applied Glass Science continue to set the standard of excellence for publications in glass science and engineering.
Glass: Then and Now highlights ACerS journal articles that have played historically critical roles in advancing glass science and technology, as well as recently published articles that are setting future directions for the field.
As always, ACerS members get free access to these articles. ACerS and Wiley will make a few articles free-to-read each month.
|Glasses as non-linear photonic materials||E. M. Vogel||1989|
|Environmental effects on the static fatigue of silica optical fibers||M. J. Matthewson and C. R. Kurkjian||1988|
|A new twist on glass: A brittle material enabling flexible integrated photonics||J. Hu||2017|
|Glass: the carrier of light—A brief history of optical fiber||J. Ballato||2016|
|Glass: The carrier of light—Part II—A brief look into the future of optical fiber||J. Ballato||2021|