Ceramics in Society: Demanding Environments

11 Apr 2018

Supported by IOM3/The Ceramics Society

Ceramic Innovation Network presents Ceramics in Society: Demanding Environments

This event will bring together academics and industralists 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. 


Professor Ping Xiao - Professor of Materials Science, University of Manchester
Thermal Barrier Coatings for Aero Engine Applications

Dr Andrew Hosty - Chief Executive, Sir Henry Royce Institute
An Introduction to The Henry Royce Institute

Ade Dickinson - Divisional Managing Director for Clayware, Naylor Drainage
Clay Drainage and Trenchless Technology

Dr Quinton Fivelman - Smart Separations
Membrane of the Future - a Promising Ceramic Microfiltration Membrane for Demanding Environments

Professor Jon Binner - Professor of Ceramic Sciences and Engineering, Birmingham University
Design and Processing of Ultra-High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites

Jan Theron - Refractory Specialist, Lucideon Ltd
Aggressive Environments for Refractory Linings Inside Waste-to-Energy Incinerators

Dr Johanna Stiernstedt - Oxides/Nonoxides Work Stream Leader, Morgan Advanced Materials
Engineering Ceramics for High Performance

Dr Robert Quarshie and Jenni McDonnell - Knowledge Transfer Network
How the KTN can Help


This event is free to attend. Email your interest to Helen via  helenc@ceramfed.co.uk


Space to display posters is available on the day. Get in touch if you would like to showcase your work. 

Organised by 

Lucideon, Innovate UK, British Ceramic Confederation and The Ceramics Society

Venue and booking

Event Location: 
United Kingdom
Contact details: 

Email Helen via  helenc@ceramfed.co.uk

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