Download the Final Program to schedule each day. Hosted in May 16-20, GOMD 2010 features symposia on Glass Science, Glass Technology, Glass Corrosion, Glass Structure & Properties, and a special symposium in honor of Professor Robert H. Doremus. Sessions will highlight a range of topics with emphasis on interdisciplinary studies incorporating physics, chemistry, materials science, mathematics, and engineering. As a special bonus, full conference registration includes the GMIC/DOE-sponsored workshop. Space is limited so sign up to attend the workshop when you register for this important meeting. Remember to purchase your ticket for the Workshop’s dinner Wednesday evening.
|Who Should Attend|
GOMD 2010 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.
For complete registration details, visit GOMD Registration.
On or Before
April 16, 2010
April 16, 2010
|GMIC/DOE sponsored Workshop||$395||$495|
|ACerS would like to thank our generous awards sponsors: Corning Incorporated – Stookey Lecture of Discovery Award and the Student Poster Contest; Coe College – Stookey Lecture of Discovery Award; PPG Industries – George W. Morey Award; and SCHOTT North America Inc. – Lunches for the Norbert J. Kreidl Award and Lecture.|
The 2010 meeting features 5 symposia on glass science, technology, corrosion, structure & properties, and Robert H. Doremus Memorial Symposium.
Download the Final Program to schedule each day. Visit the Symposia section to learn more.
John C. Mauro
Senior Research Scientist
Science and Technology Division
Corning, NY 14831
Tel: (607) 974-2185
Fax: (607) 974-3405
SCHOTT North America, Inc.
Iowa State University
Clemson Research Park AMRL
University of Arizona
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