PACRIM8 Meeting Archive

A total of 862 people from 41 countries attended the 8th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology. PACRIM8 was held May 31 – June 5, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This year, Dr. Mrityunjay Singh, PACRIM8 Chair, and over 100 organizers put together a technical program that included more than 883 presentations and posters.

Learn more about PACRIM9, hosted in Cairns, Australia July, 2011.

Meeting Summary

2009 PACRIM8 Report

American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 88. No. 7, pg 30-31.

Download the Meeting Guide [3MB]

ACerS Photo Gallery Archive

Watch Videos from PACRIM8

Plenary Videos

Joseph Miller:
Global R&D and Innovation in Glass and Ceramics at Corning

Larry Hench: Bioglass
From Concept to Clinic: A 40-year Retrospective

Lecture Videos

Large Case-Depth Chemically Strengthened Glass

Meeting Proceedings
The proceedings for PACRIM8 will be published into seven Ceramic Transactions volumes, available in early 2010. Volumes will be available for purchase in the ACerS Bookstore.

Meeting History
This conference was the eighth in a series of international conferences that provides a global forum for presentations and information exchange on the latest emerging ceramic and glass technologies. PACRIM conferences have established a strong reputation  for state-of-the-art presentations and information exchange on the cutting-edge ceramic and glass technologies. They have facilitated global dialogue and discussion with leading global experts, practitioners, and end-users.

ACerS organized this important international meeting with the cooperation and support of the Australian Ceramic Society, the Ceramic Society of Japan, the Chinese Ceramic Society, and the Korean Ceramic Society. In addition, the International Commission on Glass (ICG) held its Annual Meeting in conjunction with PACRIM. The ICG led a Glass Plenary session on Monday afternoon and a Glass tutorial on Wednesday morning along with many technical committee and council meetings. The International Ceramic Federation (ICF) held a council meeting on Thursday afternoon.