Ceramics in Society: Demanding Environments
Ceramic Innovation Network (CIN) Event aimed at bringing together academics and industrialists from all sub-sectors of the¬†ceramic industry¬†
April 11 2018, Stoke-on-Trent
The Ceramic Innovation Network (CIN) – created by BCC and Lucideon, with support from the University of Surrey and Knowledge¬†Transfer Network (KTN)¬†- arranges annual events for the¬†UK ceramic research base and industrialists around themes based on the principal challenges faced by the ceramic industry that may be solved through innovation and collaborative work.
KTN is collaborating on this free to attend event on April 11 in Stoke-on-Trent. It is aimed at bringing together academics and industrialists from all sub-sectors of the¬†ceramic industry¬†seeking to improve their knowledge of the potential applications of ceramics across a range of demanding environments.¬† Please¬†click here¬†to find out more or register for¬†your FREE place by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting programme of speakers is being developed for this event, including:
University of Manchester ‚Äì Professor Ping Xiao, Professor, School of Materials
Sir Henry Royce Institute ‚Äì Dr. Andrew Hosty, Chief Executive
Birmingham University ‚Äì Professor Jon Binner, Professor of Ceramic Sciences & Engineering
Knowledge Transfer Network ‚Äì Dr. Robert Quarshie, Head of Materials & Nanotechnology
Lucideon ‚Äì Jan Theron, Refractories Specialist
Note – Academics are invited to showcase their research at this event. Please contact Helen Clarke at the British Ceramic Confederation if you are interested in presenting and / or displaying a poster at the conference.