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Jeff Stevenson on solid oxide fuel cells

By / March 18, 2010

Jeff Stevenson is a Laboratory Fellow in the Energy Materials Group at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, and has been working on SOFCs for more than a decade.

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Video of the week: Jeff Stevenson on solid oxide fuel cells

By / March 17, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/stevenson_pnnlsofc.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/stevenson_pnnlsofc.jpg}] Jeff Stevenson is a Laboratory Fellow in the Energy Materials Group at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and has been working on SOFCs for more than a decade. This video, shot at the recent ICACC’10 conference in Daytona Beach, Fla., provides some history on the development of these fuel cells, and…

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Video of the week: Biomedical applications of multifunctional nanomaterial systems

By / March 2, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/toprak_drugdelivery.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/toprak_drugdelivery.jpg}] I got a chance to interview Muhammet Toprak at the recent ICACC’10 conference. Toprak is a researcher in the Multifunctional Materials Division of the KTH – Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. In this video, Toprak discusses his work as part of a cross-functional team that is working to assemble and…

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Who Struck the Best Pose at ICACC’10?

By / February 11, 2010

The photos from the 34th International Meeting and Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites are available online. Did we snap you? Find out at ACerS Gallery.

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Jay Singh on the 34th ICACC and Challenges Facing Ceramists Today

By / February 10, 2010

In this discussion, Singh shares highlights from the conference, and discusses some of the global challenges facing today’s ceramists.

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Video of the Week: Jay Singh reports on ICACC’10

By / February 9, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/jay_singh_icacc10.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/jay_singh_icacc10.jpg}] Jay Singh, trustee of ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division and chief scientist at the Ohio Aerospace Institute, was interviewed at the 34th Int’l Conference and Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites that took place in Daytona Beach, Fla. from January 24-29, 2010. In this discussion, Singh shares highlights from the conference, and…

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Video(s) of the week: Ceramic matrix composite brakes

By / January 27, 2010

I’m currently in Daytona Beach, Florida for the ICACC’10 conference. One of the keynote speakers was the University of Bayreuth’s Walter Krenkel. Krenkel invented a liquid silicon infiltration process for the manufacture of SiC-based ceramics for disks and pads in high performance brake systems.These brakes are hard and heat resistant, plus their light weight translates…

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John Blottman on bioinspiration and jellyfish

By / January 21, 2010

I’m blogging now from ACerS’ Electronic Materials and Applications conference in Orlando, where it is a pleasant 70 degrees. Next week I shift over a few miles to Daytona Beach for the ACerS’ ICACC’10 conference. Yesterday’s keynote speaker was John Blottman from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. Blottman is a mechanical engineer who works on…

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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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SCHOTT Shot Glass Contest

By / January 6, 2010

ICACC’10 attendees are invited to participate in this design contest involving shot glasses provided by SCHOTT North America Inc.  Find out more information!

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