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DKG Events and associated events

August 2020

Video conference / Webinar
Aug 24 - Aug 27, 2020, Videokonferenz / Webinar
A final decision regarding this year’s Electroceramics XVII conference has been made. Due to the ongoing pandemic, we had to cancel the physical conference in Darmstadt, Germany, which has been scheduled for August 24-27, 2020. Nevertheless, we are very pleased to announce that the Electroceramics XVII conference will be organized as the first all-virtual version of this biannual meeting in order to share our research and stay connected during these insecure times. Updated information about the conference organization, technical details, fees and extra events will be available soon on the conference webpage: (LINK: Information / Registration)

September 2020

Video conference / Webinar
Sep 16 - Sep 17, 2020, Videokonferenz / Webinar
In two tracks experts from industry to research will present developments in the ceramic process chain to advances in 3D printing and beyond.

October 2020

Committee / Board session
Oct 01 - Oct 2, 2020
55. Treffen des AK Verstärkung keramischer Werkstoffe im Rahmen eines CU-Thementages
Committee / Board session
Oct 20 - Oct 21, 2020
Die Frühjahrssitzung des DKG Fachausschusses 2 "Rohstoffe“ findet bei der Fa. Stephan Schmidt KG in Langendernbach statt.
Oct 27 - Oct 29, 2020, Jülich
The Spring School aims at presenting a current overview of ceramic materials and technologies for selected energy applications. A topical focus is put on high-temperature power generation (gas turbines, concentrated solar power) and electrochemical applications based on ionic transport (solid oxide fuel cells, gas separation membranes, electrochemical storage).

November 2020

Nov 08 - Nov 13, 2020, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
This conference follows from the success of the first six International Conferences on Electrophoretic Deposition: Fundamentals and Applications, organized under sponsorship of the UEF in August 2002 (Canada) and ECI in June 2005 (Italy), October 2008 (Japan), October 2011 (Mexico), October 2014 (Austria) and October 2017 (Korea). The goal is to bring together experts working in the area of electrophoretic deposition (EPD) with focus mainly on its application as a processing technique for the fabrication of both traditional and new materials and composites.

December 2020

Dec 09 - Dec 9, 2020, Firma Dr. Fritsch in Fellbach
Neuartige Werkstoffe wie refraktäre Metalllegierungen, Ultrahoch­temperatur­keramiken, nanokristalline dichte Materialien und anorganische Verbundwerkstoffe (z.B. durch temperaturempfindliche Elemente wie Kohlenstoffnanoröhrchen verstärkt) sind nicht ohne Weiteres über die traditionellen Sintermethoden herzustellen.

January 2021

Jan 13 - Jan 14, 2021, Dresden, Germany
Sodium batteries are the most promising low-cost alternative to Lithium cells. Exchange of ideas in this field is crucial for joint progress and public visibility. It is a great pleasure to invite you to the 2nd International Sodium Battery Symposium (SBS2) to be held in Dresden – the scientific, economic and cultural center of Saxony and one of the most beautiful cities of Germany.

March 2021

Mar 22 - Mar 24, 2021, Tivoli, Freiberg / Sachsen
Entwicklung feuerfester Werkstoffe (Nachhaltiger Umgang mit notwendigen/verfügbaren Resourcen)
Committee / Board session
Mar 22 - Mar 22, 2021, Freiberg / Sachsen 14:00 Uhr - 17:00 Uhr
Der DKG FA 4 beschäftigt sich mit allen Themenbereichen aus dem Bereich der thermischen Prozesse, wie Ofenanlagen, Wärmeleitfähigkeiten von Keramiken, Brennstoffe etc.

August 2021

Aug 29 - Sep 2, 2021, Dresden, Germany
The XVII ECerS Conference will be divided in 9 general topics covering most aspects of ceramic science and technology: Innovative processing and synthesis, high-temperature processes and advanced sintering, modeling of ceramics, advanced structural ceramics, composites and refractories, ceramics and glasses for healthcare, ceramics for energy conversion and storage, functional ceramics, silicate ceramics, ceramics in cultural heritage and art.

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