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PACRIM12 with GOMD brings together 1,200 for ceramic and glass science conference

By Eileen De Guire / May 26, 2017

PACRIM12 drew a record number of attendees—nearly 1,200—to give 1,400 presentations and 250 posters. With attendees coming from 44 countries, the international character of the conference could be heard everywhere.

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24th International Commission on Glass Congress in Shanghai—growing a valued tradition

By April Gocha / July 4, 2016

The 24th International Congress on Glass (ICG) took place April 7–11, 2016, at the Shanghai International Convention Centre in China. Shanghai built on the meeting’s most valued traditions whilst successfully introducing new ideas to maintain its freshness and appeal.

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ACerS welcomes Chinese Ceramic Society delegation to HQ

By Eileen De Guire / September 2, 2015

The American Ceramic Society welcomed a delegation from the Chinese Ceramic Society to Society headquarters in Westerville, Ohio, to discuss collaborations.

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5th International Congress on Ceramics—a report from Beijing, China!

By Eileen De Guire / August 21, 2014

The 5th International Congress on Ceramics in Beijing, China, organized by the Chinese Ceramic Society ended yesterday, and ACerS president David Green and executive director Charlie Spahr were there. The ICCs are the flagship conferences of the International Ceramics Federation.

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Beijing to host business leaders, scientists at 5th International Congress on Ceramics

By Jessica McMathis / May 27, 2014

In 2014, Beijing will play host to delegates from the International Ceramic Federation (ICF) for the 5th International Congress on Ceramics (ICC5), August 14–21 at the Beijing International Convention Center.

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ACerS delegates travel to Shanghai to plan 2016 XXIV International Congress on Glass

By April Gocha / May 21, 2014

A delegation representing the American Ceramic Society met with colleagues from the Chinese Ceramic Society and the International Commission on Glass in Shanghai, China on April 15 to discuss planning for the XXIV International Congress on Glass, to be held in Shanghai in 2016.

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Prague ICG closes; New glass research center in Brazil—2 unis, 16 profs, 11 years, $22 M—one big impact

By Eileen De Guire / July 8, 2013

Representatives of the American Ceramic Society (led by Richard Brow) and the Chinese Ceramic Society led by Peng Shou, along with leaders from the International Commission on Glass team met for a lunch at ICG 23 in Prague, Czech Republic. The meeting was facilitated by Manoj Choudary and Fabio Nicoletti (representing ICG), to foster stronger…

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ICG ‘summer school’ on functional glasses to be held in Shanghai in August

By / June 26, 2012

Functional glass summer school sponsors. We received word from the International Commission on Glass that it, along with several other organizations, will be holding a special “summer school” on functional glasses Aug. 19–24 at Shanghai University. Organizers say the five-day program is especially targeted at new PhD students or those that have recently begun research…

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[Endorsed Meeting] 6th International Symposium on Refractories

By Eileen De Guire / December 9, 2011

6th International Symposium on Refractories – 6th ISR Zhengzhou, China October 18-21, 2012 The 6th International Symposium on Refractories jointly organized by the Chinese Ceramic Society and the Chinese Society for Metals will be held from October 18 to 21, 2012 in Zhengzhou, China. The theme of the symposium is Refractories Serving Low Carbon Economy.…

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ICG annual meeting provides insights into Asian glass trends

By / August 26, 2011

ICG President-Elect addresses attendees at the annual meeting in Shenzhen. Credit: ICG. I am a little behind in my reading, but earlier this year International Commission on Glass held its annual meeting in Shenzhen, China, and the post-meeting release contained some information I found interesting. First, it is worth noting that the meeting had the…

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