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contents A p r i l 2 0 1 6 • V o l . 9 5 N o . 3 feature articles meetings Ceramics Expo 2016 . 42 GOMD 2016 . 46 Cements 2016. . 49 HTCMC 9, GFMAT 2016. . 50 columns Deciphering the Discipline . 56 Experiences and challenges in 3-D printing by Swetha Barkam departments News and Trends . 4 Spotlight . 8 Ceramics in Biomedicine. .11 Research Briefs. .12 Ceramics in Energy. .20 resources Calendar . 41 Classified Advertising . 52 Display Ad Index . 55 Scaling up—The high potential of additive manufacturing for the ceramics industry As the technology has grown, so has one small Austria-based company. by Monika Homa From walk-in to drop-in—A new twist on outsourced R&D An experimental concept allows companies without in-house research programs to outsource R&D. by Walter Sherwood Corporate–academic partnership pools resources to advance additive manufacturing of electronics Corporate and academic researchers join forces to develop scalable approaches to additive manufacture of electronics. by April Gocha, with expert Craig Armiento Computation and modeling applied to ceramic materials Report from a workshop focused on computation and modeling as applied to ceramic materials. by Steve W. Freiman, Lynnette Madsen, and William Hong 22 27 32 36 American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 95, No. 3 | www.ceramics.org 1


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