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Perspectives in the Studies of Ceramic and Glass Cultural Heritage

Scope: The symposium aims at being a meeting and dialogue point for professionals and students related with the study of ceramic and glass in cultural, historical and artistic Heritage, from perspectives encompassing either archaeometric applications or the latest advances in conservation. This symposium is one of the first joint meetings on these fields of study in the scope of the Iberian Peninsula.

Organizer

Dr. Manuel Garcia Heras

manuel.gheras@cchs.csic.es
Instituto de Historia. Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, CCHS-CSIC, Madrid, Spain/ Sección Arte, Arqueometría y Patrimonio, SECV.

Co-Organizers:

Prof. Trinitat Pradell

trinitat.pradell@upc.edu
Departamento de Física. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-Barcelona TECH, Barcelona, Spain.

Prof. Márcia Vilarigues

mgv@fct.unl.pt
VICARTE, Vidro e Cerâmica para as Artes. Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal.

Key-note speaker:

Dr. Judit Molera

judit.molera@uvic.cat
Escola Politècnica Superior Universitat de Vic - Universitat Central de Catalunya, Vic, Spain.

Ceramics for Construction: The Challenge of Sustainability

Scope: Spain leads the production of ceramic tiles in Europe together with Italy. Portugal also plays its role in this industry. Thus, Europe faces an important challenge in the coming years: making this industry more and more sustainable. The symposium aims to highlight the important advances in research related to the improvement of sustainability in materials and processes in ceramic tile and other construction ceramic products, as well as the incorporation of the circular economy concept in the design and use of new products.

Organizer

Enrique Sánchez

enrique.sanchez@itc.uji.es
Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica – Universidad Jaume I, Castellón, Spain / Sección Cerámica para la Arquitectura, SECV.

Co-Organizers:

João António Labrincha Batista

jal@ua.pt
Universidade do Aveiro, Aveiro, Potugal.

Jordi Llop

jordi.llop@escal.es
Escuela de Cerámcia de Alcora, Alcora, Spain.

Key-note speaker:

Dr. Vicente Sanz

vicente.sanz@itc.uji.es
Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica – Universidad Jaume I, Castellón, Spain.

Dr. Michele Dondi

michele.dondi@istec.cnr.it
CNR-ISTEC, Faenza, Italy.

Ceramic Industry: New Challenges in Occupational Health

Scope: The new development in ceramic materials (e.g.: nano-sized materials) and processing (e.g.: ink-jet printing and new legal requirements (e.g.: classification of RCS as carcinogen) may entail new risks in occupational health in the ceramic industry. This symposium is intended to be focused on these new challenges.

Organizer

Eliseo Monfort

eliseo.monfort@itc.uji.es
Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica, Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, Spain.

Co-Organizer:

Ana Sofia Godinho

agf@nfa.dk
The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Copenhague, Denmark.

Key-note speaker:

Ana Sofia Godinho

agf@nfa.dk
The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Copenhague, Denmark.

Ceramic Raw Materials between Innovation and Circular Economy

Scope: In the ceramic industry, both technological innovation and a growing concern on waste recycling have been deeply changing the manufacturing cycle and the requirements for raw materials. This topic will overview recent advances in the field, with emphasis on resource efficiency and sustainability in the framework of the circular economy. Link to the activities of the EIP-RMs commitment CRAM “Towards a Raw Materials Strategy for the European Ceramic Industry”.

Organizer

Michele Dondi

michele.dondi@istec.cnr.it
CNR-ISTEC, Faenza, Italy

Co-Organizers:

Javier García-Ten

javier.garcia@itc.uji.es
ITC, Instituto de Tecnologia Ceramica, Castellon, Spain

José Vítor Vieira Lisboa

vitor.lisboa@lneg.pt
LNEG-LGM, Lab. Geologia e Minas, Amadora, Portugal

Key-note speakers:

Angeliki Christogerou

angel@chemeng.upatras.gr
MetLab, University of Patras, Greece

Luis Pérez Villarejo

lperezvi@ujaen.es
University of Jaén, Dept. Chemical, Environmental and Materials Engineering, Linares, Spain

Cementitious materials and alternative binders for a more sustainable construction model

Scope: The purpose of this national symposium is to present the latest available scientific and technical information in the field of Cement and Concrete. This edition is particularly focused in the field of alternative and sustainable binders and supplementary cementitious materials, for which the research is growing in importance. Original papers on all aspects of traditional cements, pozzolans, mineral admixtures, standard and alternative cementitious materials are invited to be presented at the symposium.

Organizer

Manuel Torres Carrasco

mtorres@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Dra. Inés García Lodeiro

i.garcia-lodeiro@sheffield.ac.uk
University of Sheffield, UK/Instituto de Ciencias de la Construcción Eduardo Torroja, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Dra. Jessica Giró Paloma

jessicagiro@ub.edu
Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Key-note speaker:

Ana Fernández Jiménez

anafj@ietcc.csic.es
Instituto de Ciencias de la Construcción “Eduardo Torroja”( IETCC-CSIC),  Madrid, Spain

Refractories

Scope: In Europe, several dramatic milestones have to be performed by refractory materials in the next incoming years: • Refractories that improve the energy savings in the industry. • Refractories based on recycling processes to avoid environmental impacts. • Refractories based on local raw materials to reduce the dependency during the manufacture. Because of these and other reasons, we found the next V Congreso Hispano-Luso de Cerámica y Vidrio y LVI Congreso Nacional de la SECV, to be held in Barcelona (Spain) on 8-11 October 2018, the perfect place to interchange ideas between industry and academia about these and others topics related to refractories.

Organizer

Margarita Álvarez

mam@alfran.com
Refractarios Alfran S.A. / Vicepresidenta Sección Refractarios SECV
www.alfran.es

Co-Organizers:

Abílio P. Silva

abilio@ubi.pt
University of Beira Interior. Centre for Mechanical and Aerospace Science and Technologies (C-MAST-UBI), Covilhã, Portugal

Victor Mendoza

vmendoza@insertec.biz
Insertec S.A. / Presidente Sección Refractarios SECV
www.insertec.biz/es/

Antonio H. de Aza

aaza@icv.csic.es

Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC , Madrid, Spain / Secretario Sección Refractarios SECV

Smart Coatings on Ceramics and Glass-Ceramics

Scope: This symposium aims to draw attention to the latest advances in the design of new properties or functionalities in ceramic and glass ceramic surfaces. The main focus will be on the development of new ceramic and glass-ceramic supports, developed through the concepts of circular economy, in which new properties will be obtained such as: photocatalytic and photovoltaic properties and new technologies in the field of ceramic decoration, more in line with the new trends in the 4.0 industry.

Organizer

Prof. Juan Bautista Carda Castelló

carda@qio.uji.es
Department of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. Jaume I University of Castellón, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Dr. Ester Barrachina Albert

ebarrach@uji.es
Solid State Chemistry Research Group. Jaume I University of Castellón, Spain

Prof. Dr. Fernando Marques

fmarques@ua.pt
University of Aveiro. Department of Materials and Ceramics Engineering. Centre of Research on Ceramics and Composites (CICECO). Aveiro. Portugal

Key-note speakers:

Dr. Jesús S. Valencia Ríos

Department of Chemical Sciences. National University of Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia

Prof. Dr. Fernando Marques

fmarques@ua.pt
University of Aveiro. Department of Materials and Ceramics Engineering. Centre of Research on Ceramics and Composites (CICECO). Aveiro. Portugal

Ceramic and Glass for Energy

Scope: This topic will focus on ceramic and glass materials (design, synthesis, processing, characterization, devices) employed to solve aspects of energy conversion, harvesting and storage including an important number of subjects such as photovoltaics and solar cells, thermoelectrics, catalysis, superconductors, electrochemical energy storage and conversion such as fuel cells, electrolysers, membranes, batteries, supercapacitors, hydrogen production and storage, etc.

Organizer

Miguel Angel Laguna

malaguna@unizar.es
Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Aragón, CSIC-Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Jorge Frade

jfrade@ua.pt
Univade do Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

Eva Chinarro

martin@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain / Sección Cerámica para la Electrónica y la Energía, SECV

Monica Lira-Cantu

monica.lira@icn2.cat
Institut Catalá de Nanociència I Nanotecnologia, Barcelona, Spain

Key-note speaker:

Elvira Fortunato

emf@fct.unl.pt

Director CENIMAT - Centre for Materials Research
Department of Materials Science, FCT, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Caparica, Portugal
Web Page: www.dcm.fct.unl.pt/pessoas/docentes/elvira-maria-correia-fortunato

Thermal Spray Technologies

Scope: This Symposium will focus on thermal spray technologies using in the area of ceramic materials. These technologies have been widely used in field as thermal barrier coatings, wear and corrosion resistance application and in functionalized surfaces. The different talks will give a view of the most recent works both in science and applied fields.

Organizer

Dra. Irene García Cano

irenegarcia@ub.edu
Centro de Proyección Térmica (CPT). Dto. Ciencia de Materiales y Química Física. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Dr. Sergi Dosta Parras

sdosta@cptub.eu
Centro de Proyección Térmica (CPT). Dto. Ciencia de Materiales y Química Física. Universitat de Barcelona

Key-note speaker:

Dr. Sergi Dosta Parras

sdosta@cptub.eu
Centro de Proyección Térmica (CPT). Dto. Ciencia de Materiales y Química Física. Universitat de Barcelona

Ceramics and Glasses for Medical Applications

Scope: This symposium will be an opportunity to share and learn about the exciting domain of ceramics and glasses for medical applications, including recent advances in the fields of synthesis, characterization, processing and evaluation of bioceramic-based systems. It will cover different applications, such as the design and development of new materials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, the design of new prostheses or implants, the controlled release of drugs, the design of new materials for diagnostic technologies, or the application in the clinics of customized technologies including new additive manufacturing techniques and avanced biofabrication.

Organizer

MariPau Ginebra

maria.pau.ginebra@upc.edu
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Co-Organizers:

Maria Helena Fernandes

helena.fernandes@ua.pt
Universidade do Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

Maria Canillas

mcanillas@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain.

Key-note speaker:

Antonia Pajares

apajares@unex.es
Universidad de Extremadura

Magnetic Materials

Scope: The symposium is envisioned as the gathering point for research on magnetic materials at Iberian level. It will comprise the following topics: ceramic permanent magnets, soft magnetic materials, multiferroic ceramics and oxides for applications in biomedicine and spintronics.

Organizer

Adrian Quesada

Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC /Sección Ciencia Básica, SECV

Co-Organizers:

Joaquín Vieira

jvieira@ua.pt
Universidade do Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

Miguel Angel García García-Tuñón

magarcia@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

César de Julián Fernández

cesar.dejulian@imem.cnr.it.
Istituto dei Materiali per l’Elettronica e il Magnetismo- CNR, Italia

Key-note speaker:

Robert Pullar

rpullar@ua.pt
Aveiro Institute of Materials, Universidade do Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

Ferroelectric Materials

Scope: The aim of the symposium is to provide a forum for the discussion of current research on dielectric, ferroelectric, relaxor and piezoelectric materials; multiferroic materials; sensors, actuators and MEMS; lead free ceramics and other sustainable materials; new processing techniques; nanoparticles and nanostructured materials; thick and thin films materials, LTCC and related topics

Organizer

Teresa Jardiel

jardiel@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain.

Co-Organizers:

Lorena Pardo Mata

lpardo@icmm.csic.es
Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC, Madrid, Spain.

Jose Eduardo García García

jose.eduardo.garcia@upc.edu
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.

Key-note speaker:

Pol Lloveras

pol.lloveras@upc.es
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech, Barcelona, Spain

Cemented Carbides, Hardmetals and other Ceramic-Metal Composites

Scope: The symposium covers the aspects related to the advanced processing, design, modeling and characterization of the ceramic-metal composites aimed to severe working conditions, such as the cutting processes, high deformation or wear. They are included the classic formulations on cemented carbides and hardmetals as well as those with alternative ceramic and/or metallic phases that provide a better mechanical response or a lower environmental impact.

Organizer

A. Javier Sanchez-Herencia

ajsanchez@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Filipe Oliveira

filipe@ua.pt
Universidade do Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

Luis Llanes

luis.miguel.llanes@upc.es
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-Barcelona TECH. Barcelona, Spain

Jose Ygnacio Pastor

jy.pastor@caminos.upm.es
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Elena Gordo

egordo@ing.uc3m.es
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Mechanical Properties of Advanced Ceramics for Structural Applications

Scope: This symposium aims to serve as a forum for the dissemination of the most recent studies of state-of-the-art ceramics with outstanding mechanical properties for use as structural and / or multifunctional materials. Special emphasis will be given to the correlation between processing-microstructure-properties, especially when using novel ceramic manufacturing processes, such as plasma spark sintering. Also, special attention will be paid to the new techniques of mechanical characterization and to the modelling of these properties, especially in systems with complex microstructure that requires study at many length scales. The relationship between mechanical properties and their applications will be of particular importance. The symposium pays tribute to Prof. Dr. Arturo Domínguez Rodríguez, after a long and fruitful career devoted to this topic.

Organizer

Diego Gomez

dgomez@us.es
Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain.

Co-Organizers:

José María Ferreira

jmf@ua.pt
Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal.

Ángel Luis Ortiz Seco

alortiz@unex.es
Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz, España.

María Dolores Salvador Moya

dsalva@mcm.upv.es
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, España.

New trends in advanced ceramic materials micromechanical properties

Scope: The main focus of the symposium is to discuss current research and key developments in characterization methods to measure the local mechanical properties of ceramic materials in-situ and ex-situ. A wide range of techniques like Raman spectroscopy, SEM, TEM, AFM or synchrotron radiation is becoming increasingly popular for studying mechanical behavior of materials in-situ. The symposium is to address and exchange information in the field of in and ex-situ mechanical testing with the intent of providing a forum to share and discuss research progress on nanomechanical testing.

Organizer

Joan Josep Roa Rovira

joan.josep.roa@upc.edu
Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Barcelona, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Emilio Rayón Encinas

emraen@upvnet.upv.es
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain

Miguel Monclús

miguel.monclus@imdea.org
IMDEA Materials, Getafe, Spain

Key-note speaker:

Jon M. Molina-Aldareguia

jon.molina@imdea.org
IMDEA Materials, Getafe, Spain

Glasses and Glass Technologies

Scope: The symposium is intended to cover both fundamental and applied topics on glasses and glass-ceramics, including all aspects of current glass science and technology, from synthesis to properties and applications. Particular attention will be paid to contributions showing a strong synergy between academic and industrial partners on the latest innovations in glass industry.

Organizer

Francisco Muñoz

fmunoz@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain/ Sección Vidrios, SECV

Co-Organizers:

María Jesús Pascual

mjpascual@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain/ Sección Vidrios, SECV

Rui M. Almeida

rui.almeida@ist.utl.pt
Insituto Técnico Superior de Lisboa

Key-note speaker:

Juan Martín Cano

juan@anfevi.com
Asociación Nacional de Fabricantes de Vidrio (ANFEVI)

Helena Braga

Engineering Physics Department, Engineering Faculty, Universidade do Porto

Sol-Gel: Processing and Advances Applications

Scope: Nowadays, Sol-gel processing has diverse applications in very important fields which solar cells, biomaterials, photonics, catalysis, among others. In this context, we propose to present the novelties in the field of sol-gel chemistry, as well as, the recent advanced materials synthesized by this route. We expect fruitful scientific discussions with the participation of students, scientists and even industrials.

Organizer

Yolanda Castro

castro@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain / SECV

Co-Organizers:

Veronica Zea de Bermudez

vbermude@utad.pt
Universidade do Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vilareal, Portugal

Jadra Mosa

jmosa@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Key-note speaker:

Beatriz Julian-Lopez

julian@uji.es
Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM). Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, Spain.

Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

Scope: This symposium focuses on challenges and successfully advanced manufacturing techniques, including additive manufacturing and ceramic thin films and coatings,  that enables transfer of science and technology into industrial products and processes. Provide a forum which highlights exciting new approaches to solving manufacturing challenges to obtain products with outstanding properties. Current advances and state-of-the art in ceramic processing approaches also will be covered.

Organizer

Gemma Herranz

Gemma.Herranz@uclm.es
Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain

Co-Organizers:

Pedro Miranda

pmiranda@unex.es
Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain

Zoilo González

zgonzalez@icv.csic.es
Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Key-note speaker:

Paula Vilarinho

pvilarinho@ua.pt
Universidade do Averiro, Aveiro, Portugal
Additive manufacturing for ceramics fabrication: fundamentals, strategies and recent developments