The aim of the 1CSCS-2011 is to allow the scientists to exchange the most
recent results and technical advances in the development, characterization and
application of ceramic materials in order to foster basic knowledge on those
materials and to improve contacts for future scientific cooperation and networks.
The abstracts of the papers that are going to be presented at the 2ndConference of The Serbian Ceramic Society are summarized in this book. They are divided according to topic to which the papers belong, i.e. into:
1. Ceramic Powders, Characterization and Processing
2. High Temperature Phenomena, Sintering and Microstructure Design
3. Electro and Magnetic Ceramics
4. Ceramic Composites, Membranes and Multimaterials
5. Refractories, Cements, Glass and Corrosion
6. Ceramic Heritage
The Conference will feature four plenary lectures, 25 invited talks and more than 80 oral and poster presentations as well as exhibitions of some new ceramic materials and devices. 3CSCS-2015 includes Ceramic Powders, Characterization and Processing, High temperature Phenomena, Sintering, Microstructure Design and Mechanical Properties, Electro and Magnetic Ceramics, Ceramic Composites, Membranes and Multimaterials, Traditional Ceramics and Computing in Materials Science. Exhibitions from company sponsors will be held at the Conference as well.More info →
Conference Title:Fuel Cells Science & Technology FUCE 2008
Date and Places:Denmark Copenhagen, 8-9 October 2008
The goal of the Conference is to provide a platform for academic exchange among participants from universities, institutes, companies around the region in the field of ceramics research as well as to explore new direction for future development. 4CSCS-2017 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of
Ceramic Materials. It also provides the premier inter-multi-trans-disciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Ceramic Materials. We have received more about 100 abstracts submitted from 15 countries.