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Hello 2017! Peek into ACerS 2017 calendar to see what’s in it for you

By Eileen De Guire / January 3, 2017

Acres has a lot of exciting meetings in the works. Keep your eye on Ceramic Tech Today, the website, and the ACerS Bulletin for all the latest details.

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There’s an app for that — getting around at MS&T’13!

By Eileen De Guire / October 24, 2013

  Jim and I—along with much of the ACerS staff—are getting ready to head up to Montreal for Materials Science & Technology 2013 and the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society. If you’re attending too, finding your way around the event will be easier than ever, thanks to a free smartphone app with…

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Scenes (pt. 3) from the ACerS Annual Meeting and MS&T’12

By / October 16, 2012

Here is my last batch of photos from Pittsburgh last week. We will be uploading more pictures on the ACerS homepage, too, in the coming days. Dawn A. Bonnell, from the University of Pennsylvania and director of the Nano/Bio Interface Center, delivered the Robert B. Sosman Lecture. Credit: ACerS.

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Scenes (pt. 2) from the ACerS Annual Meeting and MS&T’12

By / October 10, 2012

There were several pre-MS&T’12 events over the weekend before the mega-meeting’s official reception Sunday night, including the start of The American Ceramic Society’s Annual Meeting, a roundtable meeting of the Society’s division leaders, division executive committee meetings, several student-based activities and the Frontiers of Science and Society—Rustum Roy Reception and Lecture. Here are what some…

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Scenes from the 114th ACerS Annual Meeting and MS&T’12 in Pittsburgh

By Eileen De Guire / October 9, 2012

Peter and I are in Pittsburgh, Pa., along with about 3,000 materials scientists, engineers, vendors and students for MS&T’12 and the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society. Here are a few pictures from the first few days. We will have many more for you in the next few days.

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What Eileen saw behind the scenes at the Annual Meeting and MS&T

By Eileen De Guire / October 21, 2011

Because the Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society is held at MS&T, much of the Society’s business is conducted in committee and Division meetings. A few other things caught my eye, too.

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What Peter saw at the ACerS annual awards banquet

By / October 18, 2011
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MS&T’11: Materials Genome Initiative special session scheduled

By / August 25, 2011

Credit: “Materials Genome Initiative for Global Competitiveness.” In a timely addition to the agenda, the organizers of the upcoming Materials Science & Technology 2011 conference have announced that the new national Materials Genome Initiative will be the focus of a special session at the meeting. The MGI session will take place Monday, Oct. 17, 2–3:30 p.m. The…

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MS&T’10 beginning in Houston

By / October 17, 2010

I’ll be writing from Houston for the rest of the week, covering the MS&T’10 and the ACerS Annual Meeting events. Many consider Houston to be one of the centers of commerce for traditional (e.g., oil and gas) energy in the world, so I was somewhat surprised to run into several EV recharging stations like the…

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Pye, Trostel named ACerS Distinguished Life Members; 19 in class of Fellows for 2010

By / August 3, 2010

L. David Pye (left) and Louis Trostel Jr. Our congratulations go out to L. David Pye and Louis Trostel Jr., the 2010 recipients of the ACerS Distinguished Life Member award, the highest honor accorded members of the Society, given in recognition of individual’s eminent contribution to the ceramic and glass profession. Congratulations also go to…

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