Upcoming webinars

Sponsored by ACerS Northern California Section, this webinar is presented by Jian Luo, University of California, San Diego and Katherine T. Faber, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. The presentations will include from flash sintering to ultrafast sintering without an electric field and field effects on grain growth and fundamentals of pore network design. Click here to register!

Hosted by ACerS President’s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA), the Career Path: Prof. Jon Binner webinar will be offered on Thursday, June 10 at 11 A.M. - 12 P.M. (Eastern US time) and will feature a presentation by Professor Jon Binner, University of Birmingham. Find out more information and register below.

Previous webinars

Sponsored by ACerS corporate partner, Uncountable, this webinar was presented by Will Tashman, co-founder and chief revenue officer at Uncountable. The biggest lever that R&D leaders have today is to implement tools that make this learning process faster and easier, through better data tools. This webinar focused on the benefits of implementing a true data infrastructure, and the challenges that organizations will face along this journey. The webinar recording may be accessed by logging into the ACerS Webinar Archives page.

Hosted by ACerS President’s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA), the Career Path: Dr. Valerie Wiesner webinar will be offered on Tuesday, May 4 at 11 A.M. - 12 P.M. (Eastern US time) and will feature a presentation by Dr. Valerie Wiesner, NASA Langley Research Center.

Hosted by the Engineering Ceramics Division, this webinar was presented by Professor Surojit Gupta (University of North Dakota). His presentation discussed the process of ideation and opportunity analysis by presenting different case studies on structural ceramics and sustainable technologies. The webinar recording may be accessed by ACerS members by logging into the ACerS Webinar Archives page.

Hosted by ACerS Manufacturing Division, this webinar featured a presentation by William M. Carty (Alfred University). In his presentation, he discussed how raw material variability (e.g., particle size distribution) and powder processing impacts manufacturing control and product consistency from an engineering perspective, such as by offering a potentially new way to look at particle size distribution data. The webinar recording may be accessed by ACerS members by logging into the ACerS Webinar Archives page.

Hosted by the Washington DC/Northern VA/MD Section the second webinar of the ACerS Frontiers of Ceramics & Glass Webinar Series featured a presentation by Elizabeth Opila (University of Virginia). In her presentation, the thermal, thermomechanical, and thermochemical properties of high entropy rare earth silicates and oxides were described with emphasis on application as environmental barrier coatings. The webinar recording may be accessed by ACerS members by logging into the ACerS Webinar Archives page.

Hosted by the Bioceramics Division, this webinar featured presentations from Professor Julian Jones (Imperial College London, Bioceramics Division Chair) and Professor Kalpana Katti (North Dakota State University,  Bioceramics Division Secretary. The presentations discussed the properties of bioglass, inorganic/organic sol-gel hybrids and methods for 3D printing them and use and design of nanoclays in biomaterials applications. The webinar recording may be accessed by ACerS members by logging into the ACerS Webinar Archives page.

In order to review past webinar recordings, visit the ACerS Webinar Archives. You must log in with your ACerS membership to view.

All access ACerS webinars

Check out the all access recordings available as noted below. These all access recordings are available for anyone to view!

Tips on making a strong award nomination package
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From dull data to neat narrative: Constructing PowerPoint presentations through story framing and slide design
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Ceramics Additive Manufacturing: Pioneering through cooperation
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Good Design is C.R.A.P: Creating science posters using Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity
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