The European Ceramic Society

Electroceramics Network

The Electroceramics Network is the heir of the Electroceramics Conferences, which have now a long history. Indeed the first Electroceramics conference was held in Brussels in 1984 and we are now preparing the 17th edition for 2020 in Darmstadt (Germany).

In continuity, the Network was founded in 2017 in order to join the European Ceramic Society.

Since the first edition, the series of Electroceramics conferences has focused on the different aspects and themes of Electroceramics materials, in single and polycristalline bulk as well as in the form of thin or thick films.

The idea of the Electroceramics network is thus to bring together academics and industrial researchers, young scientists and PhD students in order to exchange and share recent and innovative results representing all aspects of Electroceramics.

The network covers a broad range of topics in the field of Electroceramics: dielectrics, piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, multiferroics, thermoelectrics, varistors, photovoltaics, ionic and mixed ionic-electronic conductors, heterostructures, nanomaterials and their specific properties... for sensors and actuators, transducers, energy storage and conversion, communications, tunable devices, MEMS, energy harvesting devices...

 

For more information, please visit the Network website: www.electroceramics.org

Last news

Jan 14, 2022
Shaping 8 - Call for abstracts

We are pleased to inform you that the Call for Abstracts for the next Shaping conference (8th) is now open !!

Dec 15, 2021
YCN Industry in the spot : BELREF SA - Research and development of refractories by Léna Roumiguier

YCN Newsletter 11 - December 2021

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