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Video of the week: Smart materials and ‘bioinspiration’

By / February 17, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/blottman_bioinspiration_ema.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/blottman_bioinspiration_ema.jpg}] As mentioned in a January post, mechanical engineer John Blottman gave one of the keynote presentations at ACerS’ recent Electronic Materials and Applications conference held in Orlando, Fla. Blottman, who works in the Sensors and Sonar Systems Depart of the Navy’s Undersea Warfare Center, is part of a team working on…

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Young Professionals Networking in Orlando

By / February 11, 2010

During the Electronic Materials Application (EMA) meeting in Orlando, members of the Young Professionals Network met and discussed four main focus areas for ACerS Young Professionals Network in 2010: Recruitment: Identifying and attracting young professionals to become ACerS members and getting current members involved with the YPN Networking: Helping YPN members connect with others in…

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EMA 2010 Photos Available

By / February 2, 2010

Did ACerS photographers catch you at EMA 2010? Check out the Photo Gallery to peruse all photos from the three-day conference, hosted in Orlando.

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Brosnan reports on EMA 2010 conference

By / January 29, 2010

Kristen has posted a video, too!

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Danielson says ceramists have a home at ARPA-E

By / January 22, 2010

David Danielson, one of the project directors of DOE’ relatively new $400 million ARPA-E program gave today’s keynote presentation at the ACerS’ Electronic Materials and Applications conference. Danielson has a good reputation in the world of materials and venture funding, and his message was that like DARPA, its DoD counterpart, it is indeed interested in…

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Final Program Available EMA 2010, ICACC’10

By / January 14, 2010

Download the Final Program for EMA 2010 then use the Itinerary Planner to schedule your trip. Electronic Materials and Applications 2010 will focus on electronic ceramics for energy storage & conversion applications and fundamental science issues. Attend this meeting to hear the latest in ceramic applications in renewable energy, “smart grid” technologies, and innovative hybrid…

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Last chance to register for EMA 2010, save

By / December 21, 2009

Early registration deadline ends Wednesday for the new Electronic Materials and Applications 2010 meeting. EMA 2010 will focus on electronic ceramics for energy storage and conversion applications and the complementary fundamental science issues. Sign up today to save $100. Check out the Plenary Speaker line-up: John Blottman, “Smart Materials Enable Bioinspiration;” Dr. Arun Majumdar, “Role of…

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