The Science & Technology of Glass
Cambridge - 4th - 6th September 2017



Provisional Programme
Wednesday 6th September

article posted 28 July 2017

In the right hand column you will find the provisional programme for Wednesday 6th September in the Science & Technology Stream of the conference.

Each paper is identified by Presenting Author and paper title.

When an on-line abstract is available, the Presenting Author's name appears in a frame; please click on this to access the abstract.


Provisional Programme
Wednesday 6th September

article posted 28 July 2017

Morning Session:

09:00
President's Address

 Russell Hand 
 
09:40
 Akira Takada 
Extension of thermodynamic concept using spatial sampling
 
 
10:00
 Khalid Rmaydh Muhammed 
Lead-Free electrical Sodium Potassium Niobate Glass-Ceramics
 
10:20
Refreshments & opportunity to view the posters on display

11:00
 Edwin Flikkema 
Structure and ion dynamics of alkali-silicates: a simulation study
 
11:20
 Jamieson Christie 
Bone repair ions in phosphate-based glass
 
11:40
 Natalia M. Vedishcheva 
Non-bridging oxygen atoms: Can they be present in low-alkali borate glasses?
 
 
12:00
 Adrian Wright 
Small Angle Scattering and the Cybotactic Theory, as Applied to Single-Component Glasses
 
 
12:20
 Abdelmalek Roula 
A new theoretical approach to the never-ending quest
for assessing the Glass Forming Ability
of Bulk Metallic Glasses

 
12:20
Paper by the Oldfield Award Winner

 
13:00
Lunch & opportunity to view the posters on display


Afternoon Session:

14:00
 Charikleia Spathi 
Utilisation of food and biomass ash by-products in mainstream coloured container soda-lime-silica glass production
of Bulk Metallic Glasses

 
14:20
 Wei Deng 
Briquetting of recycled glass fine particles for container glass batch
 
14:40
 Antonios Anastasiou 
Mode-locked Laser Assisted Sintering and
Morphological Engineering of Gel-mineral based Dental Biomaterials
- a new approach for the restoration of damaged enamel tissue!

 
15:00
  Gavin Mountjoy 
Squeezing Glass
 
15:20
Refreshments & opportunity to view the posters on display