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Open Ceramics is the official, peer-reviewed, Open Access Journal of the European Ceramic Society, published by Elsevier. It publishes the results of original research and reviews relating to all classes of ceramic materials, from traditional to advanced ceramics, from glasses to refractories, from bioceramics to ceramic matrix composites. The central objective of this international journal is to provide a venue for the dissemination of high quality, novel research and technological developments in ceramic and inorganic materials, targeting a wide audience ranging from academia to industry.
Ongoing Special Issues:
- Next frontier bioceramics: improvements from collaborative and multi-disciplinary approaches
- Current state and recent advances in shaping of ceramics
- Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing (AM) of ceramic components - recent developments and trends
- Advances in Ultra-high Temperature Ceramics and Composites
- Polymer-Derived Ceramics (PDCs): From preceramic polymer chemistry to functional materials
- Refractories for the Carbon Challenge
- Advances in Ceramic Armour
- E-design (Ecological, Economic, Eco-energetic) of refractories: from Fundamentals to Future challenges
- Advances in Ceramic Composites Manufacture, Performances and Applications
- Porous Ceramics
- Electrospun Ceramic and Composite Fibers for Energy and Health Applications
- Recent Efforts and Advances towards Sustainable Ceramics and Related Processes
- Challenges in non-conventional sintering: towards sustainable manufacturing and out-of-equilibrium ceramics
YCN Newsletter 17 - Research in Industry - Entrepreneurship in Materials Science by Daniela Gehrisch
Founder of MAF, a material analysis laboratory, is Daniela Gehrisch. She was born in Freiberg and grew up the Ore Mountains in Germany. Having been enthusiastic about maths and physics at school, she decided to look for a place to study in the silver city Freiberg. That's how she found the course in materials science and technology and graduated with a diploma.
YCN Newsletter 17 - Research in Spot - Bioceramic bone cements modified with bioglass by Kinga Kowalska
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"Bioceramic bone cements modified with bioglass" by Kinga Kowalska
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