Hosted in May 15-19, GOMD 2011 features symposia on Glass Science, Amorphous State, Optical Materials & Devices and Glass Technology. Sessions headed by technical leaders from industry, government laboratories, and academia will cover the latest advances in glass science and technology, as well as a focused examination of the amorphous state. The poster session, sponsored by the Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, will highlight late-breaking research and the annual student poster contest. Open sessions will also be organized for each of the symposia, so contact the Symposium Lead for details. To browse the technical program or to create a personal schedule for the conference, use the online Itinerary Planner. Congratulations to this year’s award winners. Just Announced: At the GOMD 2011 Conference Dinner, John E. Marra will deliver “Beyond Fukushima: Advanced Materials to Enable Enhanced Nuclear Power Systems,” a talk on the materials science needs in nuclear energy applications highlighted by the Fukushima disaster.
|Who Should Attend|
GOMD 2011 is designed for those who are involved or interested in the scientific research & development, application, and manufacturing of all glass types, including fiber optics, encapsulation of nuclear and hazardous wastes in glasses, interaction of glass & ceramics in medicine and biotechnology, super high-strength glasses, and countless other applications. To browse the full Technical Program or to create a personal schedule for the conference, use the online Itinerary Planner.
Online registration is now closed. Please register onsite for GOMD 2011.
On or Before
April 15, 2011
April 15, 2011
|GMIC Member: Glass Recycling||$345||$395|
|GMIC Nonmember: Glass Recycling||$395||$445|
|Wireless Internet Access
Complimentary wireless internet access will be provided in all of the meeting space for the duration of the GOMD conference. For those who don’t wish to carry a laptop, ACerS will provide two Internet kiosks for attendee use in the registration area.
Joseph V. Ryan
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011-2300
Clemson Research Park AMRL
Anderson, SC 29625-6554
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0104
AdValue Technology. LLC
Tucson, AZ 85714-1962
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