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S.K. Sundaram

ACerS Lifetime Member gets considerable ROI from involvement in Society

By Faye Oney / September 28, 2018

ACerS Fellow S.K. Sundaram has accomplished a lot in his 20+ year career. In this recent interview, he reflects on his career, how being involved in ACerS resulted in recognition and several awards, and benefits of membership.

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PACRIM12 with GOMD brings together 1,200 for ceramic and glass science conference

By Eileen De Guire / May 26, 2017

PACRIM12 drew a record number of attendees—nearly 1,200—to give 1,400 presentations and 250 posters. With attendees coming from 44 countries, the international character of the conference could be heard everywhere.

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Invention is only one aspect of innovation—Observations of manufacturing in Germany

By Eileen De Guire / June 6, 2014

Education and industry partners fashion an integrated educational system tailored to the specific needs of industry.

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Alfred U. researchers participating in solid oxide fuel cell interconnects, GaN-on-diamond substrate projects

By / April 2, 2012

Left, prototype of SOFC stack. Right, samples of interconnects being developed in a public–private partnership with Alfred University, Solid Cell, RocCera and the the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. Credit: Solid Cell. Alfred University recently announced two interesting projects where their ceramics and glass experts are working with private-sector partners that could have significant…

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Video of the week – S.K. Sundaram on the use of non-contact methods, such as FTIR, to measure materials properties

By / July 8, 2009

[flash /ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/sk_sundaram.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/sk_sundaram.jpg}] S.K. Sundaram is chief materials scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Lab. In this short video, he discusses several non-contact methods of taking materials measurements. In particular, Sundaram describes the lab’s use of fourier transformed infrared spectroscopy as a rapid screen tool for nanomaterials, such as that being done by PNNL…

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S.K. Sundaram – Using non-contact methods, such as FTIR, to measure materials properties

By / June 29, 2009

S.K. Sundaram is chief materials scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Lab. In this video, he discusses several non-contact methods of taking materials measurements.

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