Video: ECerS and JECS Trust
A brief introduction of ECerS and JECS Trust.
Journal of the European Ceramic Society
The Journal of the European Ceramic Society publishes the results of original research and reviews relating to ceramic materials. Papers of either an experimental or theoretical character will be welcomed on a fully international basis. The emphasis is on novel generic science concerning the relationships between processing, microstructure and properties of polycrystalline ceramics consolidated at high temperature. Papers may relate to any of the conventional categories of ceramic: structural, functional, traditional or composite. The central objective is to sustain a high standard of research quality by means of appropriate reviewing procedures.
Open Ceramics is an official, peer-reviewed, open access journal of the European Ceramic Society and a companion title to its well-respected publication, Journal of the European Ceramic Society.
The central objective of this international journal is to provide a venue for the dissemination of high quality, novel research and technological developments in ceramic and inorganic materials, targeting a wide audience ranging from academia to industry.
Structural Ceramics Network (SCERN)
An Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funded network. January 2014 - No longer active but website is still live and contains some useful information.
British Ceramic Confederation
The British Ceramic Confederation represents the common and collective interests of all sectors of the UK ceramics industry.
Lucideon, formerly Ceram, is a leading international provider of materials development, testing and assurance.
Through its offices and laboratories in the UK, US and the Far East, Lucideon provides materials and assurance expertise to clients in a wide range of sectors, including healthcare, construction, ceramics and power engineering.
The company aims to improve the competitive advantage and profitability of its clients by providing them with the expertise, accurate results and objective, innovative thinking that they need to optimise their materials, products, processes, systems and businesses.
International Ceramic Federation
The ICF was established in 1990 as a nongovernmental, nonprofit federation of societies representing ceramists, ceramic engineers and ceramic scientists of the member countries.
American Ceramic Society
Founded in 1898, The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) continues its century-old mission to serve the informational, educational, and professional needs of the international ceramics community.
European Ceramics Society
Nongovernmental, nonprofit federation of societies each representing the ceramicists of a member country.
The World of Joseph W. Mellor - 1869-1938
An online exhibition organised by the University of Otago on the life and work of Joseph William Mellor CBE, FRS,