The European Ceramic Society


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.

The winner of this Special Issue was announced, it was:  

Victor Carnicer

Victor Carnicer

From Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica (ITC), Universitat Jaume I, in Castellón, Spain

His article is entitled "Microfluidic rheology: A new approach to measure viscosity of ceramic suspensions at extremely high shear rates". Click here to read it.  

The 7 other nominees were: 

During this event Dr. Mihail Grecea, Publishing Ethics Expert at Elsevier, gave a very interesting talk entitled "Research Integrity and publishing ethics: publisher's perspective".

After that, a round table took place between him, the participants and:

  • Prof. Ing. Paolo Colombo, Editor-in-Chief of Open Ceramics
  • Dr. Catherine Elissalde, Associate Editor of Open Ceramics
  • Prof. Dr. Jens Guenster, Associate Editor of Open Ceramics

Thank you to all the participants and to Elsevier for this great collaboration!! 

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