The European Ceramic Society

Full members

The number of National Ceramic Associations represented in the EUROPEAN CERAMIC SOCIETY increased from the original 19 founding members to 27 in 2012 and 28 in 2018 with the arrival of Croatia.

Representatives of these societies constitute the Council.

 

The countries that are full members of ECerS are :

Austria

Austria

Belgium

Belgium

Belgian Ceramic Society

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Croatia

Croatia

Croatian Ceramic Society (CroCerS)
Hrvatsko društvo za keramičke materijale

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Czech Republic

Czech Republic

The Czech Ceramic Society
Silikatova spolecnost Ceske republiky z.s.

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Denmark

Denmark

Danish Ceramic Society
Dansk Keramisk Selskab

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Finland

Finland

Finnish ceramic society
Keramiska sällskapet i Finland
Suomen keraaminen seura

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France

France

The French Ceramic Society- GFC
Groupe Français de la Céramique - GFC

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Georgia

Georgia

Germany

Germany

German Ceramic Society

Deutsche Keramische Gesellschaft e.V. (DKG)

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Greece

Greece

Hungary

Hungary

Scientific Society of the Silicate Industry (SZTE)
Szilikátipari Tudományos Egyesület (SZTE)

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Ireland

Ireland

Latvia

Latvia

The Netherlands

The Netherlands

Dutch Ceramic Society
Nederlandse Keramische Vereniging (NKV)

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Norway

Norway

Poland

Poland

Portugal

Portugal

Romania

Romania

Russia

Russia

Slovak Republic

Slovak Republic

Slovak Silicate Society (SSS)
Slovenská silikátová spoločnosť (SSS)

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Slovenia

Slovenia

Slovenian Chemical Society (SCS)
Slovensko kemijsko društvo (SKD)

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Spain

Spain

Spanish Ceramic and Glass Society
Sociedad Española de Cerámica y Vidrio

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Sweden

Sweden

Switzerland

Switzerland

Turkey

Turkey

Türk Seramik Derneği

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United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Last news

Nov 24, 2021
Next Deadline for JECS Trust Call for Projects is 30th November 2021 !

Please note that the decisions of the JECS Trust board will not be known before February 2022 and so the project submitted must not begin before 1st March 2022.

Nov 23, 2021
Best paper award announced for the YCN special issue in Open Ceramics

A Best Paper Award was launched at the beginning of 2021 by YCN in collaboration with Elsevier for articles submitted in the "Young Ceramists in the Spotlight" Special Issue of the ECerS Open Access Journal "Open Ceramics".
The awarding event took place online in the afternoon of Monday 22nd November 2021.

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