ICACC’13 meeting guide

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www.ceramics.org/daytona2013 37th InternatIonal ConferenCe and exposItIon on ADvAnCeD CerAMiCS AnD COMPOSiteS Jan. 27–feb. 1, 2013 | hilton daytona Beach resort and ocean Center | daytona Beach, fla., Usa organized by the american Ceramic society and the american Ceramic society’s engineering Ceramics division thAnkS tO SPOnSOrS Sujanto Widjaja 2013 iCACC Program Chair Corning incorporated Corning west technology Center Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA widjajas@corning.com Meeting Overview iCACC’13 showcases cutting-edge research and product developments in advanced ceramics, armor ceramics, solid oxide fuel cells, ceramic ShOrt COUrSe coatings, bioceramics, and more. iCACC’13 topical areas include advanced structural and functional ceramics, composites, and other emerging Mechanical Properties of Ceramics and Glass ceramic materials and technologies. the technical program consists of 13 instructors: george D. Quinn, niSt, and richard C. Bradt, Univ. of symposia, four focused sessions, the 2nd global Young investigator Forum, Alabama Date: thursday and Friday, Jan. 31–Feb. 1, 2013 and the engineering Ceramics Summit of the Americas. these technical sessions along with an industry exposition will provide an open forum for visit www.ceramics.org/daytona2013 for rates. scientists, researchers, engineers, and industries from around the world this two-day course covers: to present and exchange findings on recent advances on various aspects • Mechanical properties of ceramics and glasses for elastic properties, related to ceramic science and technology. strength measurements, fracture parameters, and indentation hardness; iCACC’13 is designed for materials scientists, engineers, researchers, and • Fundamentals of properties for each topical area; manufacturers, delivering the opportunity to share knowledge and state- • Relation of properties to structure and crystal chemistry ofthe of-the-art advancements in materials technology. the American Ceramic materials; Society’s engineering Ceramics Division and ACerS have been organizing • And more. this prestigious conference since 1977—with tremendous growth in interest and participation from ceramic communities globally. note: Separate registration is required. American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 92, No. 1 | www.ceramics.org 39


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