The Italy Chapter of The American Ceramic Society serves ACerS members in Torino and Italy for the purpose of promoting the arts and sciences connected with ceramics and glass science and engineering. Events such as workshops, industrial showcases, and seminars are planned to enhance and facilitate the interaction, technical discussions, and potential collaborations between ACerS members in Italy. These will focus on the development of early career researchers to present their work to our members, provide publicity for job opportunities, and the establishment of networking collaborations.
The Chapter is headquartered in Torino.
Treasurer: Milena Salvo
Italy Chapter to Host Conference in May 2019
"The thousand lives of glass" is the theme of a conference co-sponsored by the Italy Chapter of ACerS. The day-long conference will focus on new glass applications and is dedicated to those companies that operate in the glass industry. The conference will be an updated version of an initiative which began in 2011 and continued until 2014. The goal continues to be the quest to get the most innovative ideas on glass usage from laboratories and share that information with companies and anyone who is interested in developing additional uses for glass.
May 17, 2019 -- Experimental Glass Station (SSV), Calle Giuseppe Briati, 10, 30141 Murano (VE)
"Le mille vite del vetro" -- Giornata dedicate alle imprese operanti nel settore del vetri pernuove applicazioni.
Riprendiamo, in versione aggiornata e dedicate alle imprese, un'iniziativa intrapresa nel 2011 con la prima edizione de "Le mille vite del betro" e proseguita fino al 2014; lo scopo e ancora quello di far uscire dai laboratory le idee piu innovative basate sull'uso del vetro e trasferirle alle imprese e a chiunque sia interessato a sviluppare cio che questo meraviglioso material continua ancora ad offrire, dopo alcuni millenni . . .
17 Maggio 2019 - Stazione Sperimentale del vetro (SSV)
Italy Chapter Represented at July 21 Meeting
The Italy Chapter of The American Ceramic Society was represented at Politecnico di Torino during the Institute of Materials Physics and Engineering Annual Meeting and poster session on July 21 in Torino, Italy.
Daniel Milanese, Monica Ferraris, Milena Salvo, Valentina Casalegno, and Federico Smeacetto discussed Chapter activities to colleagues. It was an informal event attended by 40 people from Politecnico di Torino, and was an occasion to exchange ideas in front of 35 posters showing the latest research results.
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