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ICC4 Day 2

By Lee Leonard / July 17, 2012

A large crowd listened to three presentations on Monday morning’s ICC4 Plenary Session I. Credit: Russell Lee Leonard, ACerS. Monday was the second day of the 4th International Congress on Ceramics in Chicago. The day began with plenary sessions that were followed by a luncheon sponsored by the Boeing Company. The afternoon featured invited lectures…

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ICC4: Packed with the future

By Bobby Harl / July 17, 2012

Edgar Lara-Curzio questions John Tracy after his lenary talk Monday. Credit: Bobby Harl, ACerS. Welcome to the second installment of this student’s perspective on the ICC4 conference. Today was the first full day of the conference full of exciting material. The inspiration for today’s talks was driven by the all-star lineup provided by the ACerS organization team,…

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Register for ICC4 today to hear from the ceramic & glass industry’s best

By / July 17, 2012
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Student bloggers report on ICC4-CLS from Chicago this week!

By Eileen De Guire / July 17, 2012

Bobby Harl and Lee Leonard are ICC4-CLS student bloggers sponsored by scholarships from Wiley. Credit: ACerS. You may have noticed that there are new posts by unfamiliar names—Bobby Harl and Lee Leonard. These two young men are attending the 4th International Congress on Ceramics including the 3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit in Chicago as student bloggers,…

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ICC4: The beginning through a student’s eyes

By Bobby Harl / July 16, 2012

Registration desk at ICC4. Credit: Bobby Harl; ACerS. Hello readers! First, I must say it is a great pleasure to be writing to you from ICC4. I would quickly like to thank the American Ceramic Society for the opportunity they have given me in this student blogger position and look forward to this exciting conference.…

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ICC4 Day 1

By Lee Leonard / July 16, 2012

Maxine Savitz addresses the ICC4 audience. Credit: Russell Lee Leonard, ACerS. The 4th International Conference on Ceramics (ICC4) began on Sunday at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers in Chicago, Illinois. The two main events for the first day were the opening ceremony and the welcome reception. The opening ceremony featured many of the people…

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Video: Shaping the Future of Ceramics—ACerS’ Charlie Spahr on what ICC4 and CLS offer you

By Eileen De Guire / June 27, 2012

[flash http://ceramictechweekly.org/wp-content/video/charlie_icc4.flv mode=1 f={image=http://ceramictechweekly.org/wp-content/video/charlie_icc4.jpg}] Why attend the 4th International Congress on Ceramics and 3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit? ACerS executive director, Charlie Spahr, talks about the meeting program and special events coming up in July in Chicago. “What’s in it for me?” It is the timeless question asked by anyone thinking about investing in a product,…

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MEL Chemicals, Inc.

By Eileen De Guire / June 25, 2012

  MEL Chemicals is a global manufacturer and supplier of high quality Zirconium based chemicals. Product range includes Doped and Undoped Zirconias, including ready to press Yttria and Magnesia doped, for advanced ceramic applications in structural, dental, medical, sensors, SOFC and catalysis. MEL also offers a range of Tin Oxides for ceramic and advanced applications.…

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Making entrepreneurship successful. 3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit track at ICC4

By Eileen De Guire / June 12, 2012

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/clstrack.flv mode=1 f={image=https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/clstrack.jpg}] Kathy Faber, president of the 4th International Congress on Ceramics, talks about the 3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit track, which focuses on the unique issues entrepreneurs face. Credit: ACerS. My friend Garry is a successful entrepreneur. “I couldn’t see how it could fail,” he once told me, then paused and added, “Of…

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Register for ICC4 to hear from industry’s best

By / June 5, 2012

ICC4 is a global event that foster discussion and planning of issues facing the ceramic & glass community. Shape the future of ceramics by joining 600 business, research and government leaders.

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