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resources Calendar of events June 2014 1–5 American Conference on Neutron Scattering – Crown Plaza, Knoxville, Tenn.; www.mrs.org/acns-2014 4–6 Workshop on Testing and Modeling Ceramic and Carbon Matrix Composites – Paris, France; www.lmt. ens-cachan.fr 8–13 CIMTEC 2014: 13th Int’l Ceramics Conference – Montecatini Terme, Italy; www.cimtec-congress.org/2014 15–20 6th Forum on New Materials – Montecatini Terme, Italy; www.cimteccongress. org/2014 17–18 ACerS/NSF Principal Investigator Workshop – Hyatt House Falls Church, Fairfax, Va.; www.ceramics.org 22–25 Hydrometallurgy 2014: 7th Int’l Symposium – Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; http://web.cim.org/hydro2014 July 2014 9–11 5th Advances in Cement-based Materials – Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tenn.; www. ceramics.org 20–25 Gordon Research Conference: Solid State Studies in Ceramics – Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.; www.grc.org 29–30 DMM1: Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions – National Academy of Sciences Building, Washington, D.C.; www.tms.org/diversitysummit 30–Aug. 1 Innovations in Biomedical Materials: Focus on Ceramics – Hilton Columbus Downtown, Columbus, Ohio; www.ceramics.org August 2014 4–7 3rd Int'l Conference on Electrospinning – Westin San Francisco Market Street, San Francisco, Calif.; www.ceramics.org 17–21 ICC5: Int’l Congress on Ceramics – Beijing Int’l Conference Center, Beijing, China; www.icc-5.com 18–22 2014 Forum: Innovations & Breakthroughs in ResonantAcoustic Industrial Mixing – Butte, Mont.; www. resodynmixers.com 24–28 ISNOG 2014: Int’l Symposium on Non-oxide and New Optical Glasses – Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Republic of Korea; www.isnog.org September 2014 22–25 Int’l Commission on Glass Annual Meeting – Parma, Italy; www. icglass.org 28–Oct. 1 COM 2014: 53rd Annual Conference of Metallurgists – Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; http://web.cim.org/ COM2014 October 2014 5–10 EPD 2014: 5th Int'l Conference on Electrophoretic Deposition: Fundamentals and Applications – Schloss Hernstein Seminar Hotel, Hernstein, Austria; www.engconf.org 12–16 MS&T’14: Materials Science & Technology Conference and Exhibition —Materials 2014 – David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.; www.matscitech.org 12–16 ACerS Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet – David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.; www.ceramics.org 21–24 Glasstec 2014: Int’l Trade Fair for Glass Production – Düsseldorf, Germany; www.glasstec-online.com 26–29 ISHA2014: 4th Int’l Solvothermal and Hydrothermal Conference – Bordeaux, France; www.isha2014.univbordeaux. fr November 2014 3–6 75th Conference on Glass Problems – Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio; www. glassproblemsconference.org December 2014 4–6 MET-14 (Materials Engineering Technology) with 11th Heat Treat Show – The Exhibition Centre, Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India; www.methtexpo. com January 2015 21–23 EMA 2015 – DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando, Orlando, Fla.; www. ceramics.org 25–30 ICACC'15 – Daytona Beach, Fla.; www.ceramics.org April 2015 28–30 Ceramics Expo 2015 – I-X Center, Cleveland, Ohio; www. ceramicsexpousa.com May 2015 17–21 ACerS GOMD–DGG Joint Annual Meeting – Miami, Fla.; www. ceramics.org June 2015 14–19 CMCEE: 11th Int'l Symposium on Ceramic Materials and Components for Energy and Environmental Applications – Hyatt Regency, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; www.ceramics.org September 2015 15–18 UNITECR 2015 – Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna, Austria; www.unitecr2015.org Dates in RED denote new entry in this issue. Entries in BLUE denote ACerS events. denotes meetings that ACerS cosponsors, endorses, or other- wise cooperates in organizing. 44 www.ceramics.org | American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 93, No. 5


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