www.ceramics.org | American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 100, No. 8 38 Celebrating 100 years Hybrid meeting A W o rd l of Scie n c e a n d Techn ool y PACRIM 14 TH PACIFIC RIM CONFERENCE ON CERAMIC AND GLASS TECHNOLOGY including Glass & Optical Materials Division Meeting (GOMD 2021) Hyatt Regency Vancouver | Vancouver, BC, Canada ceramics.org/pacrim14 | Dec. 12–17, 2021 PACRIM14 will provide a unique forum for knowledge exchange and sharing, and facilitate the establishment of new contacts from all over the world. The technical program will cover a wide range of exciting and emerging topics organized into a seven-track system, which includes 42 symposia planned that will identify global challenges and opportunities for various ceramic technologies. We anticipate strong participation of colleagues from cooperating societies, including CerSJ, KCerS, CCS, AusCerS, and other ceramic societies from around the world. ACerS Glass & Optical Materials Division will host its division meeting at PACRIM14. PACRIM 14 TECHNICAL PROGRAM Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Characterization Innovative Processing and Manufacturing Nanotechnology and Structural Ceramics Multifunctional Materials and Systems Ceramics for Energy Systems Ceramics for Environmental Systems Biomaterials, Biotechnologies, and Bioinspired Materials PACRIM PROGRAM CHAIR Michael C. Halbig NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio michael.c.halbig@nasa.gov PACRIM PLENARY SPEAKERS MONDAY, DEC. 13 MELISSA ORME Vice president, Boeing Additive Manufacturing, The Boeing Company, USA Recent advances in the disruptive technology of additive manufacturing at Boeing JAW-SHEN TSAI Professor, Tokyo University of Science, Department of Physics, Japan Laboratory Head of Macroscopic Quantum Coherence Research, RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing (RQC), Japan Superconducting quantum computer and its future issues MARY ANNE WHITE Harry Shirreff Professor of Chemical Research (Emerita), Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University, Canada Thermal properties of advanced ceramics SANG IL SEOK Distinguished Professor, Laboratory for Energy Harvesting Materials and Systems (LEHMS), School of Energy and Chemical Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea Halide perovskite-based photovoltaics— from materials to devices
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