Symposia
Sym 04  |  Chang-Jun Bae Novel, Green, and Strategic Processing and Manufacturing Technologies
Sym 05  |  Ralf Riedel Polymer Derived Ceramics and Composites
Sym 06  |  Paolo Colombo Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics and Associated Hybrid Printing Technologies
Sym 07  |  Makio Naito Advanced Powder Processing and Manufacturing Technologies
Sym 08  |  Eugene A. Olevsky Sintering and Related Phenomena and Processing of Materials using SPS
Sym 09  |  Tobias Fey Porous Ceramics – Characterization, Developments and Applications
Sym 10  |  Sungwook Mhin Advanced Materials and Innovative Processing Ideas for Production Root Technologies
 
Sym 04 Novel, Green, and Strategic Processing and Manufacturing Technologies
Organizer Chang-Jun Bae Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea
Co-Organizer Zhengyi Fu
Tatsuki Ohji
Tohru Suzuki
Young-Wook Kim
Younghag Koh
Wuhan University of Technology, China
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
University of Seoul, Korea
Korea University, Korea
Ceramic processing and manufacturing technologies are essential to effectively improve the properties and performance of ceramic materials. However, traditional ceramic technologies have caused the extraordinary amount of greenhouses gases such as CO2 emissions and other organic pollutants so that they have been limited to deliver practical solutions against the global warming and climate change. “Green” or environmentally benign ceramic technologies have been substantially explored not only decreasing greenhouse gases but also reducing energy consumption and conserving natural resources to protect human health and global environment. Responding properly to urgent global agendas, this symposium deals with green and sustainable ceramic technologies related to a wide variety of ceramic materials.            

Proposed Session Topics
• Green manufacturing processes with lower environmental burden
• Energy efficient processing
• Microwave-or microwave assisted processing, SPS
• Education and learning in sustainable materials processing
• Materials recycling for ceramic manufacturing
• Alternatives for rare metals and materials
• Room/low-temperature synthesis
• Aqueous synthesis and processing, colloidal processing
• Advanced composite manufacturing technologies, hybrid processes