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36th Sisecam Glass Symposium (Online – November 12, 2021)

We are pleased to announce that the “36th Şişecam Glass Symposium” with the theme ”Glass is Future” will be held online on November 12, 2021. With the intention of learning and growing together through sharing knowledge and experience in glass science, Şişecam Glass Symposiums have been growing steadily and strongly for 35 years while hosting three of the meetings jointly with the International Commission on Glass (ICG). Şişecam International Glass Conference combined with the 34th Şişecam Glass...Read More

83rd Conference on Glass Problem Conference Abstract Submissions

The 82nd Conference on Glass Problems will take place November 1–4, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio, USA. For more details, you can visit the official page from the link. The short course on Fundamentals of Batch and Furnace Operations and the short course on Electrical Glass Melting takes place on November 1st. Additionally, the GMIC Symposium takes place on November 4th. Moreover, 83rd GPC abstract submissions are now open. Abstract submission deadline January 14, 2022 – Join us for the 83rd GPC ...Read More

ICG Korea Meeting

Cancellation of ICG 2021 Korea

Dear Members of ICG Council, On behalf of the organizing committee of the ICG (International Commission on Glass) Annual Meeting 2021, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for your support and interests on the ICG 2021. As you may be aware of, ICG Annual Meeting 2021 had to be postponed in consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been closely monitoring its evolution and its potential to affect the ICG 2021. However, the virus and its derivatives are still spreading across the w...Read More

ICG Vitrum

ICG on Vitrum Milano Event

ICG will be at Vitrum Milano in Italy, the International Exhibition of glass technologies! You can visit us at booth Hall P24 booth F10. We will be pleased to introduce you the all new services ICG will launch soon. The fundraising campaign for the International Year of Glass 2022 will be officially launched on 6 October with a conference led by Prof. Alicia Duran, President of the International Commission on Glass. Have a look at the full event program from the link and we hope to see you there...Read More

82nd Conference on Glass Problems

The 82nd Conference on Glass Problems  (GPC), organized by the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council (GMIC) and Alfred University, is the largest glass manufacturing conference in North America, attracting glass manufacturers and suppliers worldwide to exchange innovations and solutions. The GPC is devoted to the technical issues facing professionals responsible for the successful operations of glass manufacturing companies and features two full days of invited and contributed talks.

Glasstec 2022 – LET’S GO LIVE!

Glasstec finally returns. The exceptional atmosphere of the world’s No. 1 trade fair is planned to be organized on 20-23 September 2022. It will once again a great opportunity to meet the entire world of glass face to face, nurture business relationships, get together with old and new acquaintances and exchange information with the best in the industry. Present innovative products, services and solutions to visitors from around the globe and the international trade press. Get together with the t...Read More

Publication of Fiberglass Science and Technology

ICG is very pleased to inform you the publication of a new monograph on Fiberglass, in which many of the active members of our Technical Committee 28 have made invaluable contributions, including Prof. Conradt, Prof. Yue (TC28 chair), and Dr. Choudhary.

Ancient Glass of South Asia

We are very pleased to inform you that member of TC17 Alok Kumar Kanungo has published Ancient Glass of South Asia as co-author with Laure Dussubieux and is available on this link. Customers can order it via https://www.springer.com/in/book/9789811636554. Book Content can be seen at https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-16-3656-1?page=1#toc And the front matter (attached) is available at https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/bfm%3A978-981-16-3656-1%2F1.pdf  

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