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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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Free online journals cover microwave and electroceramics, ICC4 papers

By Jim Destefani / October 24, 2013

For a limited time, ACerS is offering free online access to two special editions of the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology.

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Photoblog from the ICC4

By / July 22, 2012

  A typical plenary session at Fourth International Congress on Ceramics, which just concluded in Chicago. Credit: ACerS. To wrap up our coverage of the Fourth International Congress on Ceramics, we offer this mini-album of some of the highlights of ICC4 and the Ceramics Leadership Summit (including the opening ceremonies and presentation of the new…

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ICC4 Day 5 and parting thoughts

By Lee Leonard / July 20, 2012

Invited speaker Ashok Khandkar, from BloXR, discussed innovations in ceramic materials for biomedical applications. Credit: Russell Lee Leonard, ACerS. Thursday was the final day for the 4th International Conference on Ceramics. The day began with invited speaker sessions, followed by a wrap up session for the conference. Optional tours of Argonne National Laboratory and the…

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The end of ICC4 and my first blogging experience

By Bobby Harl / July 20, 2012

Peter Wray delivers the recap on the Security & Strategic Materials talks given at ICC4. Credit: Bobby Harl, ACerS. It is hard to believe ICC4 is already over, and I’m submitting my final blog post; it seems like everything just started. Usually the fun things in life move by fast, and this experience has epitomized…

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ICC4 Interaction Technology Session redefines poster session

By / July 19, 2012

[flash http://ceramictechweekly.org/wp-content/video/icc4_poster_session.flv mode=1 f={image=http://ceramictechweekly.org/wp-content/video/icc4_poster_session.jpg}] My hats off to the ICC4 for taking a risk—one that in retrospect was clearly worth it—to offer and hold two opportunities for 25 participants each to enter an “interactive technology presentation,” which is a fancy way of describing a nontraditional poster session that offered entrants the opportunity to extend the…

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The ICC4 gala, art included.

By Bobby Harl / July 19, 2012

Francesca Casadio talks to the ICC4 participants about her research on Picasso’s materials. Credit: Bobby Harl, ACerS. Wednesday night has arrived, the night of the ICC4 gala. When I was interviewed for this scholarship, the gala was described to me, and I have been anticipating it ever since. Let me give you some flavor for…

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Buhler Inc.

By Eileen De Guire / July 19, 2012

Buhler is the global specialist and technology partner in the supply of plants and services for processing grain and food as well as for manufacturing advanced materials. Buhler’s core technologies consist of mechanical, thermal and biological process engineering technologies. The Grinding & Dispersion business unit offers products for wet grinding and dispersion applications – both…

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ICC4 Day 3

By Lee Leonard / July 18, 2012

Plenary session speaker Delbert Day addresses the audience at ICC4. Credit: Russell Lee Leonard, ACerS. The 4th International Conference on Ceramics continued on Tuesday with another full day of events. The day was a mixture of activities including two plenary sessions, a multitude of invited speaker sessions and a second interactive technology forum. I attended…

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ICC4: Student view of Ceramic Leadership Summit track

By Bobby Harl / July 18, 2012

CLS morning entrepreneur panel. Credit: Bobby Harl; ACerS. The highlight of my Tuesday was the Ceramic Leadership Syposium put on by ACerS. I was particularly interested in these talks as I consider leadership to be a key aspect to successful individuals in both academia and industry. The highlight of the CLS for me was the…

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