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GOMD keeps momentum going at Madison, Wis., meeting

By Eileen De Guire / June 7, 2016

More than 360 glass scientists, engineers, and students attended ACerS Glass and Optical Materials Division technical conference and annual business meeting in Madison, Wis., the week of May 22.

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What I wish I knew: Expert insight from Richard Brow

By April Gocha / February 28, 2016

Hindsight is 20/20, so we asked ceramic and glass experts to proffer their best advice. While they’re leaders, advisors, and role models now, they started somewhere. So listen up—their advice might help you in your own quest for success.

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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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Crystal ball or inside track? C-level execs share manufacturing insights at Ceramic Leadership Summit

By Eileen De Guire / January 17, 2014

C-level execs speak at the Ceramic Leadership Summit on manufacturing and innovation.

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Photoblog report from the Annual Meeting and MS&T’13 in Montreal

By Eileen De Guire / October 29, 2013

A record-breaking attendance of over 3,200 materials scientists, engineers, vendors, and students from around the globe are at MS&T’13 to report on their work, learn about the latest technologies, network, and conduct society business.

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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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ACerS leaders expand intersociety collaborations at International Congress on Glass

By Eileen De Guire / July 2, 2013

L. David Pye (standing) delivered the keynote address at the opening of the 23rd International Congress on Glass. This picture is from the recent PACRIM–GOMD meeting in San Diego, Calif. Credit: ACerS. After wrapping up their meeting with the European Ceramic Society (see report from last week), ACerS president Richard Brow and executive director Charlie…

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ACerS, European Ceramic Society strengthen ties with new collaborations

By Eileen De Guire / June 28, 2013

  ACerS officials and ECerS officials agreed on some intersociety collaborations when they met this week in Limoges, France, during the ECerS biennial conference. Standing: Richard Brow (ACerS president), Agnes Smith , Stuart Hampshire,  Francis Cambier. Sitting: Carmen Baudin, Ann Leriche (president of ECerS). Credit: ACerS.   ACerS president, Richard Brow, and ACerS executive director, Charlie…

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PACRIM 10–GOMD 2013 celebrates success with twilight beachside banquet

By Eileen De Guire / June 11, 2013

The tenth Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology wrapped up last Friday at midday. The general consensus among attendees that I asked was that the technical program was outstanding. The meeting seemed to have served its mission of advancing the exchange of technical ideas, as well as helping researchers find new collaborators. Thursday…

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Day 5: PACRIM rocks, ACerS rocks!

By Ling Fei / June 11, 2013

Most of the presentations I attended in the past three days were given by researchers from universities and national labs, which often were more about basic science and less about profitability and commercial applications. I thought it would be nice to get some perspectives from industrial researchers. With this in mind, I listened to some…

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