The European Ceramic Society

Lectures and Teachers

The ECerS Summer School in Krakow will consist of 10 modules given by internationally renowned teachers who are experts in the field:             

Prof. Jon Binner

Prof. Jon Binner

University of Birmingham - UK

“Microwave sintering; what can it and can’t it do?” 

Dr Salvatore Grasso

Dr Salvatore Grasso

Southwest Jiaotong University – China and Queen Mary university of London – UK

“Impact of high heating rates: from pit firing to ultrafast high-temperature sintering”

Prof. Stuart Hampshire

Prof. Stuart Hampshire

University of Limerick - Ireland

“Overview of the Fundamentals of Sintering” 

Dr Mathias Herrmann

Dr Mathias Herrmann

IKTS - Germany

“Fundamentals and technology of hot pressing and hot isostatic pressing”  

Prof. Anne Leriche

Prof. Anne Leriche

Polytechnic University Hauts-de-France, Valenciennes - France

“Toolbox to control grain growth during densification of ceramics” 

Prof. Gary Messing

Prof. Gary Messing

Penn State University - USA

“Contrasting Microstructure and Densification Processes during Solid State and Liquid Phase Sintering of Al2O3” 

Prof. Clive Randall

Prof. Clive Randall

Penn State University - USA

“Utilizing Cold Sintering in the Design and Integration of New Functional Composite Materials” 

Prof. Pavol Sajgalik

Prof. Pavol Sajgalik

Academy of Sciences - Slovakia

“Miracle versatility of advanced Si3N4: from engineering to functional applications" 

Dr David Salamon

Dr David Salamon

CEITEC - Czech Republic

“Spark Plasma Sintering – design of experiments” 

Prof. Richard Todd

Prof. Richard Todd

University of Oxford - UK

“Flash Sintering – towards faster, cheaper, greener and better Ceramics”

               

The Summer School will end with a round table led by a few teachers and students around questions previously formulated by the students.

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