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Table of contents
Organizers & Sponsors General information
How to get there ? Speakers preview room & Internet access Maps of the venue & exhibition
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9 9 9 10 12 12 13 14 15 17 17 18 21 25 28 39 40 41 43 47 49 54 60

Social events
Welcome reception Student evening Gala dinner Map of Limoges

Scientific programme
Programme at a glance Plenary speakers abstracts Awardees abstracts Student Speech Contest presentation General themes presentation Student Contest programme Plenary sessions programme Oral presentations Monday June 24 Tuesday June 25 Wednesday June 26 Thursday June 27 Poster Sessions Poster session I Poster session II

Author index

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Welcome Address
Welcome to the ECerS XIII Conference
Limoges is pleased and honored to host the 13th European Ceramic Society conference. This event is organized by the French Ceramic Group, on behalf of the European Ceramic Society (ECerS). For more than 25 years, the ECerS conferences, which succeeded the former Science of Ceramics conferences, attract several hundreds of participants from all over the world, interested in science and technology of ceramics. Ten symposia cover the numerous physical, chemical and biological characteristics for which ceramics, ceramic coatings and ceramic matrix composites are known: resistance to heat and/or severe environments, optical, thermal, mechanical, electrical and magnetic properties, bio-compatibility or activity Various fields of applications, from archeo-ceramics and traditional ceramics to recent developments in the areas of energy, environment, biology, information and communications technology, and civil engineering will be addressed during the conference. Three symposia concern relationships between properties and microstructures, and research results in synthesis, shaping, sintering and deposition techniques allowing them to be controlled. Seven mostly concerns key applications of ceramics and one symposium is devoted to the cultural heritage. Plenary lectures will be given by Professor Emile H. Ishida (Tohoku Univ. Graduate School of environment Studies, Japan), Thierry Salmona (Imerys-France) and Astrid Volckaert (Cerame Unie). The recipients of the Richard Brook and Stuijts awards, will be respectively Professor Michael Swain (Biomaterials, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Sydney, Australia and Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand), and Professor Pavol Sajgalik (Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovakian Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovak Republic). As traditionally in ECerS conferences, a student speech contest has been organized. The week before the conference, a three day summer school will be attended by 40 students to update their knowledge of ceramic processing and applications. An exhibition will facilitate the contacts between ceramic and laboratory equipment producers and conference participants. Limoges is known as the French capital of the arts of fire with well-established porcelain companies, enamel art studios and a significant industrial cluster in the field of technical ceramics. As well as attending the conference, we hope that you will take a bit of time to stroll within this historical city and enjoy it. Again, welcome to Limoges and to the ECerS XIII conference.

Thierry CHARTIER
Conference Chairman Director SPCTS European Ceramic Center Limoges

Michel BOUSSUGE
Conference Co-Chairman Research Professor Paris School of Mines-ParisTech Materials Centre

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Fund dforEuropean Projec ctsonceramics


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Committees
Conference Chair
Chair
Thierry Chartier

Co-chair
Michel Boussuge

International Advisory Committee


Austria Belgium Czech Denmark Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Netherlands R. Danzer, K. Reichmann O. Van der Biest, F. Cambier K. Lang, R. Sokolr K. Agerstedt Nielse T. Kronberg, E. Levnen A. Leriche, G. Fantozzi Z. Kovziridze W. Griebe, D. Nicklas A. Tsetsekou, C. Argirousis J. Szepvlgyi, K. Kovacs E. Magner, S. Hampshire P. Zannini, M. Dondi L. Berzina-Cimdina, D. Bajare S. Sinnema, L. Winnubst Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey UK K. Wiik Z. Pedzich, M. Szafran J.M. Ferreira M. Preda, A. Volceanov V. Shevchenko, L. Mezentseva S. Boskovic, V. Srdic P. Sajgalik, Z. Lences S. Pejovnik, D. Suvorov M. Campos, C. Baudn L. Bergstrm, E. Carlstrm T. Graule, M. Menet T. Vural, H. Mandal C. Hallas, J. Binner

Local Organizing Committee


Anne Aimable Thierry Chartier Maggy Colas Alain Denoirjean Sylvie Foucaud Pierre-Marie Geffroy Olivier Greck Marc Huger Galle Jarry Jean-Pierre Lecompte Ccile Pagnoux Claire Peyratout Anor Pons Virginie Reytier Fabrice Rossignol David Smith Philippe Thomas Jenny Tellier Christelle Tixier Dublanche Arnaud Videcoq Michaelle Yankov

Organizing Agency
Le Public Systme PCO 38, rue Anatole France 92 594 Levallois Perret Cedex France www.lepublicsystemepco.fr

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Organizers & Sponsors


Organizers

Institutional sponsors

Industrial sponsors

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Sponsors & Exhibitors


Exhibitors

Press sponsors

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General Information
Conference venue
The conference will be held at the ESTER Technopole, North of Limoges. ESTER Limoges Technopole 12 rue Atlantis - 87280 Limoges

How to get there?


By car: Highway A20 Exit n 30 or 31 ESTER Technopole - Limoges-Nord - Palais-sur-Vienne -Zone Industrielle-Nord-Lac-Uzurat Then follow the signs ESTER Technopole 20 minutes from Limoges Bellegarde Airport - 10 minutes from the Limoges Bndictins railway station By public transport: Bus n10. Stop at Ester Technopole (Direction Beaubreuil) - 10 minutes from the Railway Station Shuttle buses: Special shuttle buses for the Conference will take you from a meeting point near hotels and bring you to ESTER Technopole. Please check the separate detailed bus map.

Speakers preview room


All speakers must go to the Preview Room in order to download their presentation and associated files, preferably the day before and at least 3 hours before going to the conference room. The Conferences will be held in 3 different close buildings but there is only 1 preview room. Please take this into account so that you plan ahead! The preview room is situated in the CEC building (Room Info 1 ground floor). Opening hours of preview: Monday: 7:30 am - 06:00 pm Tuesday/Wednesday: 8:00 am - 06:00 pm Thursday: 08:00 am - 12:00 pm

Internet
An open wireless internet access will be available in the conference center with an individual login and password that will be written on your badge. Two computers will also be available in the Coupole with access to a printer.

Lunch
Daily lunch (from Monday to Thursday) will be served in a tent under the form of a buffet from 12:10 to 13:15 in front of the Coupole. Admission will be reserved to persons wearing the badge.

Adrien Dubouche Museum


On Tuesday June 25, the theme Archeo-Materials takes place at the Adrien Dubouch Museum, in the City Center of Limoges. The address is: 8 bis, place Winston Churchill - 87000 Limoges. Many buses will take you there (16, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, 32, 35, 36, 40, 41, 44). Stop at Place Winston Churchill.

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Map of the venue


Ester Technopole: 3 main buildings

Have a look at what you will find in each building:

Coupole:
l l l l l l l Welcome Desk / Cloakroom Press room Exhibition Coffee breaks Room Hermes Room Diamant Room Calypso

CEC:
l l l l l Amphi 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 Room P. BOCH and room J. DESMAISON Preview room (Room Info 1) Infirmary Poster display

ENSIL:
l l Amphi A / B / C Poster display

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Map of the exhibition


The exhibition will be held at the Coupole
17 companies will be present during the Conference. You can meet them during coffee breaks and lunch time.

Coupole of Ester

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Social events
Welcome reception Monday June 24
The Welcome reception is held in the City Hall of Limoges. The reception starts at 19:00 and a cocktail will be served. This event is sponsored by the city of Limoges and official speeches will be given. Alain Rodet (Mayor of City of Limoges and President of Limoges Mtropole) will be happy to welcome ECerS delegates. Shuttle buses will take you from Ester to the welcome reception. They will also bring you back near to your hotel after the cocktail (Check the separate detailed Bus Map). You will also be able to find a taxi in front of the City Hall to get back to your hotel.

Address of the City Hall: Htel de Ville de Limoges 9 Place Lon Betoulle 87000 Limoges

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Social events
Student evening Tuesday June 25
Meeting of the Young European Ceramics Network
The student evening is held at the Brasserie Michard. It will start at 19:00 and end at 23:00. The Brasserie Michard is a well-known brewery in Limoges which was established by the family Michard in 1987. Following the tradition of the previous ECERS conferences, a student evening meeting will be held where Ph.D. and Master students attending the conference will be able to socialize and to start a collaborative network. The highlights of this evening will be: l l A presentation dealing with the art of writing scientific papers (in order to publish them) by Professor Richard TODD, University of Oxford, Senior Editor of the Journal of the European Ceramic Society, Information concerning the development of the European Ceramic Student Network, and news concerning the opening of a new dedicated internet site.

The evening is organized by the chairman of the educational working group, Professor Louis WINNUBST, University of Twente, together with Professor Claire PEYRATOUT, Ecole Nationale Suprieure de Cramique Industrielle, Dr Sylvie FOUCAUD, University of Limoges and Dr Helen REVERON, INSA Lyon (International Ceramic Student Network). Shuttle buses will bring you back near to your hotel/residence. (Check the separate detailed Bus Map).

From Ester, the Brasserie Michard is situated at a walking distance (10 minutes by foot).

Ester

Address of the Brasserie: La Brasserie Michard 39 Alle de Faugeras 87100 Limoges www.bieres-michard.com

Brasserie Michard

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Social events
Gala dinner Wednesday June 26
The Gala dinner will be held at the Chapelle Saint Martin. It will start at 19:30 and finish at around 23:00. The Chapelle Saint Martin is situated in a small town, 14 km from Ester (North West) and is a 4-star hotel and restaurant which has been registered in the Relais & Chateaux guide since 1973. Enjoy an unexpected and refined cooking experience during a memorable evening!

There will be shuttle buses to take you from Ester to the gala dinner. They will also bring you back near to your hotel. (Check the separate detailed Bus Map).

Address of dinner: The Chapelle Saint Martin Nieul-Prs-Limoges 87510 Nieul

We also kindly remind you that you must have specifically registered to the gala dinner to attend it. The personal invitation, that you will have to withdraw at the welcome desk, must be presented at the door of the shuttle and/or at your arrival at the Chapelle Saint Martin.

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Map of Limoges

LAURENCE RESIDENCE (CROUS) 24 Avenue Vincent Auriol 87065 Limoges Cedex LA BORIE RESIDENCE (CROUS) 185 Avenue Albert Thomas 87065 Limoges Cedex GUERIN RESIDENCE (CROUS) 39 A rue Camille Gurin 87038 Limoges Cedex

ESTER LIMOGES TECHNOPOLE (Venue) 12 Rue Atlantis 87280 Limoges LA CHAPELLE SAINT MARTIN (Gala dinner) Nieul-prs-Limoges 87510 Nieul LIMOGES AIRPORT 81 Avenue de lAroport 87100 Limoges

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Map of Limoges - City Center

CITY HALL 9 Place Lon Betoulle 87000 Limoges GARE DES BENEDICTINS 4 Place Maison Dieu 87036 Limoges

ADRIEN DUBOUCHE MUSEUM Place Winston Churchill 87000 Limoges LIMOGES TOURIST OFFICE 12 Boulevard de Fleurus 87000 Limoges

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Programme at a glance
Planning overview
Sunday June 23 Monday June 24 Monday June 24
08:00

08:00

Opening welcome desk

09:00 09:30 10:10 10:50


13:00

Opening ceremony Plenary Lecture 1 Plenary Lecture 2 Coffee break-30 min


Opening welcome desk

Plenary session

11:20

Plenary Lecture 3

12:00 14:00 13:30 14:00 14:20 16:00 14:40 15:00 16:20 15:20 15:40
18:00

Lunch Student Speech Contest Keynote Lecture Oral presentation Oral presentation Coffee break Oral presentation Oral presentation Student Speech Contest Oral presentation
End of the day

Coffee break & Poster Session I

16:40 17:00 17:20 17:40 OP 18:00 18:20 19:00

Oral presentation Oral presentation Oral presentation Oral presentation Oral Presentation Oral presentation Talks end Welcome reception

08:00 elcome desk Lecture 08:00 Keynote Lecture Opening w 08:30 Keynote 08:30 Keynote Keynote Lecture 09:00 Oral p08:30 resentation 09:00 Oral presentation 08:30 Plenary session Lecture 09:00 Opening ceremony 09:20 Oral p09:00 resentation 09:20 Oral presentation 09:00 09:00 Oral presentation Oral presentation 09:30 Plenary Lecture 1 09:40 Oral presentation 09:40 Oral presentation 09:20 Oral presentation 09:20 Oral presentation 09:20 10:10 Plenary Lecture 2 10:00 Oral presentation 10:00 Oral presentation 09:40 Oral presentation 09:40 Oral 09:40 10:50 Coffee break-30 min 10:20 Coffee break - 30 min presentation 10:20 Coffee break - 30 m in 10:50 Oral p10:00 resentation 10:50 Oral presentation 10:00 10:00 Oral presentation Oral presentation 11:20 Plenary Lecture 3reak - 3 11:10 resentation 11:10 presentation 10:20 Coffee b 0 min Oral p10:20 Coffee b reak - Oral 30 m in 10:20 11:30 Oral presentation 11:30 Oral presentation 10:50 Oral presentation 10:50 Oral presentation 11:50 Oral presentation 11:50 Oral presentation 11:10 Oral presentation 11:10 Oral presentation 11:20 12:00 Lunch 12:10 Lunch 12:10 Lunch 11:30 Oral presentation 11:30 13:30 Keynote Lecture 13:30 Keynote Lecture Oral presentation 13:30 Oral presentation 11:40 14:00 Oral presentation 14:00 Oral p11:50 resentation 13:50 Oral presentation 12:00 11:50 Oral presentation Oral presentation 14:20 Oral presentation 14:20 Oral presentation 14:10 Oral presentation 12:10 Lunch Lunch 14:30 Oral presentation 12:20 14:40 Oral presentation 14:40 Oral p12:10 resentation 13:30 Keynote Lecture Oral presentation 13:30 15:00 Oral presentation 15:00 Oral p13:30 resentation 14:50 Coffee break & Poster Session II 15:20 Oral presentation 15:20 Oral p13:50 resentation 14:00 Oral presentation Oral presentation 14:00 15:50 Plenary Session 15:40 Coffee break & 15:40 Coffee break & 14:20 Oral presentation 14:10 Oral presentation 14:20 Poster Session I Poster Session I Awards plenary 14:40 Oral presentation Oral presentation 16:40 Oral presentation 16:40 Oral p14:30 resentation JECS Trust Awards 14:40 15:00 Oral presentation Coffee break & Presentation ECERS 15:00 XIV 17:00 Oral presentation 17:00 Oral p14:50 resentation 17:20 Oral presentation 17:20 Oral presentation Poster Session II 15:20 Oral presentation 15:20 17:40 Oral presentation resentation 15:40 Coffee break & 17:40 Oral p15:30 15:40 Plenary Session 18:00 Oral presentation 18:00 Oral presentation ECerS F ellows C eremony 16:00 Poster S ession I 18:20 Talks end 18:20 Talks end 18:45 Talks end 19:00 Welcome reception 18:00 Public Conference Gala dinner 16:40 Oral presentation Awards 19:30 plenary 19:00 Student Evening JECS Trust Awards 17:00 Oral presentation
OP

08:00

Opening welcome desk

Tuesday June 25

Tuesday June 25

Opening welcome 08:30 desk

08:00

Opening welcome desk

Wednesday June 26 Wednesday June 26


08:00 Opening welcome desk

08:00

Thursday June 27 Thursday June 27

Opening welcome desk 08:30 Keynote Lecture Keynote 09:00 Oral L pecture resentation 09:20 Oral presentation Oral p resentation 09:40 Oral presentation Oral presentation 10:00 Oral presentation Oral p resentation 10:20 Coffee break & Poster Session II Oral p resentation 11:20 Oral presentation Coffee break & 11:40 Oral presentation Poster Session II 12:00 Oral presentation Oral presentation 12:20 Lunch Oral p resentation 13:30 Keynote Lecture 14:00 Oral presentation Oral p resentation 14:20 Oral presentation Lunch 14:40 Oral presentation Keynote 15:00 Oral L pecture resentation 15:20 Oral presentation Oral p resentation 15:40 Oral presentation Oral p resentation 16:00 Conferences end

Opening welcome desk

Oral presentation Oral presentation Oral presentation Oral presentation Conferences end

17:20 Oral presentation 17:40 Oral presentation Oral Presentation 18:00 Oral presentation 18:20 Talks end 18:00 Public Conference 19:00 Student Evening

Presentation ECERS XIV

18:55 19:30

Talks end Gala dinner

Room overview: check what is taking place in each room


Sunday 23
PM 14:00/18:00

Monday June 24
AM 09:00/12:00 PM 13:30/18:20

Tuesday June 25
AM 08:30/12:10 PM 13:30/18:20

Wednesday June 26
AM 8:30/12:10 PM 13:30/ 14:50 PM 15:30/18:55

Thursday June 27
AM 08:30/12:20 PM 13:30/16:00

CEC-Amphi 1 CEC-Amphi 2 CEC-Amphi 3 CEC-Amphi 4 CEC-P.BOCH CEC-J.DESMAISON ENSIL-Amphi A ENSIL-Amphi B ENSIL-Amphi C Coupole-Herms Coupole-Diamant Adrien Dubouch Museum Speech Contest

A- Fundamentals from theory to practice B- Innovative processing and Synthesis B H

A B E E

E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment (production, transformation, storage) C- Surface engineering and ceramic coating F- Composites and engineering ceramics G- Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices H- Ceramic under severe environments and Refractories I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials Speech FUNEA Contest D- Bioceramics and health J- Archeo-materials

F G

Plenary Session

Plenary Session

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Plenary Speaker 1
Prof. Emile H. ISHIDA
Tohoku Univ. Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Japan

Channeling the Forces of Nature for the Creation of innovative manufacturing and the life style Abstract The Great East Japan Earthquake, which happened on March 11, 2011, made us aware once again that we had forgotten we were just one species within the great cycle of nature on earth, that we were allowed to survive only because of nature, and that the idea that we were somehow able to conquer the nature was simply an illusion. Now, more than ever, is the time we must confront face-to-face the change from the underground resources type of civilization to one with a new way of life and technology that embraces a sense of nature. To do so, we must learn from nature that possesses the only sustainable society on earth and create technology which embraces such a view of nature. We call technology, which cleverly revives natures greatness, Nature Technology, and we have completed fundamental consideration of the micro-wind generator using mechanism of the dragonflys wings, water free bath learning from bubbles, stain free surface learning from snail shell, electricity free air-conditioner and others. We must now, in the midst of severe environmental restrictions, begin the great challenge of suspending and cutting back our escalating human activity, while living in a spiritually enriching way. How can we live in a spiritually fulfilling way on one planet? In order to find the form that this new way of life will take, we certainly need to adopt a back casting point of view which starts with the prerequisite that we live on only one planet. Resume Emile H. Ishida served as a director and general manager of the headquarters for technology and was the chairman of both Environmental Strategy and Technological Strategy at INAX Corporation Japan. He is now a Professor of Graduate School of Environmental Studies and Eco-material Design & Process Engineering, Tohoku University since September, 2004 (PhD from Nagoya Institute of Tech. 1992). He is a representative of the Earth Village Research Laboratory, Nature Technology Research Consortium and many others. He is a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society. Emile H. Ishida has authored/co-authored 340 academic papers, 35 books, has 95 patents and 14 academic awards.

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Plenary Speaker 2
Thierry SALMONA
Imerys (France) Vice-President Innovation Research & Technology and Business Support

Imerys a company en route to open innovation Presentation Imerys, a world leader in mineral based solutions is a 4 billion euros sales company listed in the Paris stock exchange. The company is present in 50 countries with more than 250 industrial facilities. In the last years, Imerys has decided to bring a new focus on Innovation and internal growth. This materializes in several changes in the way the company manages its project portfolio and directs R&D towards growth markets. At the same time the company is striving to develop cooperation with external laboratories, either with customers or universities. This result in increased R&D activity, but also into additional new products being introduced to the market, more invention filing and ultimately more new products sales. Imerys measures its innovation performance and try to foresee the sales coming from its project portfolio, and uses this forecast as a dynamic R&D management tool. Resume Graduate of Ecole Normale Suprieure and of Ecole des Mines engineering school (France). Thierry Salmona began his career at the French Ministry of Industry. He became Technical Advisor to the Minister for Energy and Raw Materials in 1986. In 1988, he joined the French group Thomson (interactive media, telecommunications and information systems) where he held the positions of Vice-President Planning then Vice-President Sales for Europe and Asia. He joined the French group Sanofi (pharmaceuticals) in 1992 as Managing Director of the Gelatins & Specialties Division, which was sold to the German chemicals group SKW Trostberg in 1995. He joined Imerys in 2000 as Executive Vice-President Building Materials and Ceramics & Specialties, and then was put in charge of the specialty minerals business group. Since 2007, Thierry Salmona is the Group Chief Technical Officer in charge of innovation and business support functions.

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Plenary Speaker 3
Astrid VOLCKAERT
Cerame-Unie Director for Environment and Technical Affairs

Paving the way with the European ceramic industry Abstract Cerame-Unie, the European Ceramic Industry Association, was created in 1962 and brings together over 2,000 companies in 25 EU Member States. Cerame-Unie engages in a constructive dialogue with the EU institutions, international partners and social and environmental stakeholders. Its aim is to share expertise in construction, industry applications, standardisation, trade, raw materials, climate change, energy, environment, health and safety. Last year, Cerame-Unie published its Roadmap to 2050, a milestone document assessing the potential of the ceramics industry now and in the future. European ceramic industry is a strategic enabler for growth, innovation and sustainability. Therefore, a thriving ceramic industry in the EU is vital to achieve a competitive low-carbon and resource-efficient economy by 2050. Cerame-Unie is one of the eight founding members of A.SPIRE, founded in 2012. A.SPIRE is the association that will manage and implement the work of the SPIRE Public-Private-Partnership. Its members consist of innovative process industries representing 20% of the total European manufacturing sector both in employment and turnover. Through SPIRE, these industries will foster cross-sectoral innovation resulting in breakthrough technologies in the field of resource and energy efficiency. Resume Astrid Volckaert graduated at the KU Leuven (Belgium) with a Master in Biomedical Sciences and holds a European Master in Environmental Technology (De Montfort University, UK). She joined Cerame-Unie in 2005 as a Technical Adviser on European environmental legislation. Since 2008, she is the Director for Environment and Technical Affairs. At the same time, she is the Secretary-General of two of the product associations within Cerame-Unie, for refractories and technical ceramics. In her function, Astrid Volckaert represents Cerame-Unie in a number of official stakeholder bodies and maintains regular contacts with the members of the European Parliament and officials of the European Commission on issues such as the Industrial Emissions Directive, REACH and the Raw Materials Initiative. Since 2011 she also coordinates the Research and Innovation activities related to ceramics within Cerame-Unie.

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Richard Brook Award


Prof. Michael V. SWAIN
Biomaterials, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Sydney, Australia and Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand
Awarded by Sir Richard BROOK

Is Zirconia a Ceramic Steel? Abstract It is almost 40 years since the seminal paper by Garvie et al (Nature 1975) identifying a stress induced phase transformation toughening mechanism in partially stabilized zirconia ceramics that raised this question. Since then there have been thousands of papers exploring various aspects of this mechanism and applications of zirconia containing materials. In this presentation an attempt will be made to answer the basic question. In addition a focus towards biomaterials applications, especially dental, will be presented along with some of the major problems and outstanding issues will be discussed. Resume Professor Michael Swain was born in Australia and completed a BSc (1969) and PhD (1973) in Physics at the University of New South Wales. His PhD thesis investigated the deformation and fracture behaviour of silicate based materials supervised by Brian Lawn. He then worked as a Research Scientist (1973-75) with Martin Marietta Corp. in Baltimore USA. He took up a post-doctoral position (1975-77) at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge UK. He then joined Saint-Gobain Industries in France (1977-1978) as a research engineer involved in the mechanics of cutting and breaking of glass. In 1979 he returned to Australia and joined CSIRO as a research scientist involved in partially stabilised zirconia with the advanced ceramics group at the Division of Tribophysics in Melbourne. This group a few years prior had discovered transformation toughening in zirconia ceramics. In 1981 he was an invited research exchange fellow at the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart Germany where he worked on advanced ceramic composites. During this time he with David Green and Richard Hannink published Transformation Toughened Ceramics . In 1990 he moved to Sydney where he worked at CSIRO Division of Applied Physics as a senior scientist and joined Sydney University as an associate professor in the Engineering Department in a part time teaching capacity. At CSIRO he led the surface mechanics group that developed an Ultra micro-indentation system (UMIS) as well as a Micro-fourier rheometer for quantifying the properties of small volumes of materials. In 1994 he was asked to teach the dental materials course at Sydney University and became involved in dental materials research. In 2000 he was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt senior fellowship. In 2000 he was also appointed Professor of Biomaterials in the Faculty of Dentistry where he is still teaches and is involved in a range of research involved with dental materials, mechanical responses of teeth and bones as well as modeling of dental and orthopaedic implant systems. In 2004 he also began teaching dental materials courses at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. Professor Swain has more than 400 journal publications and is co-author of three books. He has supervised more than 30 PhD students plus numerous Masters theses. His main area of research interest has been advanced ceramics and the critical role of microstructure on their properties. He is also interested in natural calcified tissue and dental restorative material systems. In 2011 he spent a sabbatical at the University of Freiburg in Germany where he was also involved in investigating the response of cells on various surfaces.

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Stuijts Award
Prof. Pavol AJGALIK
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Awarded by Mister Olivier LE TESSIER, Bernardaud Company

SiC/Si3N4 nano/micro-composites phase and chemical composition - their implications to the RT and HT mechanical properties Abstract Si3N4/SiC micro/nano composites doped with different rare earth sintering additives are long term studied at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry in Ceramic Department. Their excellent mechanical properties were documented by many publications. In the current presentation, dense Si3N4/SiC micro/nano composites, with various rare earth oxide based grain boundary phase were fabricated by hot-pressing method at the same sintering conditions. Six different sintering aids (Lu2O3, Yb2O3, Y2O3, Sm2O3, Nd2O3 and La2O3) were used to their processing. Formation of SiC nano-inclusions was achieved by in situ carbothermal reduction of SiO2 by C during the sintering process. Room temperature fracture toughness, hardness and strength showed increasing tendency with decreasing ionic radius of used rare-earth cation (i.e. from La3+ to Lu3+). Besides the highest hardness and reasonably high fracture toughness and strength of composite material with Lu2O3 sintering additive also the highest creep resistance was observed for this micro/nano composite in the temperature range from 1250 to 1400 C at the loads of the interval up to 150 MPa. Wear and oxidation resistance of this composite is excellent; almost zero oxidation is observed up to 1400 C. GB phase composition seems to be a decisive parameter responsible for the mechanical behaviour of studied ceramic materials. The effect of chemical composition of GB with respect to the strength of GB itself and strength of the bond between silicon nitride grain and GB film were studied by ab initio calculations. The obtained results help to explain the fracture mode and mechanical behaviour of rare earth oxide doped ceramic materials. Resume Pavol ajgalik is a director of the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences (IIC SAS) since 1999 and simultaneously a head of the Ceramic Department at the same institute. Main interest of his research is the relationship between microstructure and properties of non-oxide and oxide high performance ceramics. He received his Master degree in physics from the Comenius University in Bratislava in 1979, PhD from the Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences in 1986 and DrSc. from Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences in 1996. Professor Sajgalik serves as an external lecturer at the Slovak Technical University, Bratislava and University of Trencin. In 1990 he obtained the Alexander von Humboldt fellowship and spent almost two years in Max-Planck-Institute for Metal Research in Stuttgart. Subsequently he stayed several times at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, AIST Nagoya, Japan and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA as a visiting scientist/professor. He was an organizer of many international conferences, among others he regularly organized workshop on Engineering Ceramics, he is a leader of many international projects and co-director of the EU Integrated Centre for Advanced Materials and Molecular Research. He is a member of the European, American and Japan Ceramic Societies, president of the Slovak Silicate Society, member of the Permanent Executive Committee of the ECerS, member elect of the World Academy of Ceramics and Fellow of the American Ceramic Society. In 2007 he was awarded as a Scientist of the Year in the Slovak Republic. Publications: more than 150 reviewed papers in the international journals, co-editor of 4 proceedings, guest editor of 3 special issues of the professional journals, co-author of 7 monographs and 2 encyclopedias, 5 patents.

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JECS Trust Award


Prof. Robert DANZER
Montanuniversitt Leoben, Institut fr Struktur-und Funktionskeramik, Leoben, Austria
Awarded by Prof. Hasan MANDAL, President of the JECS Trust

What is tensile strength and how can it be determined? Abstract The strength of materials is one of the most important parameters to assess their applicability. The tensile strength (f) of ceramic materials can be described by the Griffith/Irwin criterion (f ~ ac-1/2), i.e. it is limited by the size (ac) of the most dangerous flaw (Griffith flaw) in the specimen. The large scatter of the strength of ceramics can be related to the scatter of Griffith flaw sizes. Therefore the strength cannot be described by a simple number but has to be described by a distribution function. The Weibull distribution is generally used to describe the strength of ceramic materials. These facts are - in principle - well known since a long time. Standards for strength measurement and the determination of the Weibull distribution have been developed. But the Weibull theory is hardly used in the mechanical design and many unexpected failures of ceramic components still occur. What are the reasons for that? With the increasing strength of ceramic materials the available measuring techniques become inappropriate. On one hand they are often too inaccurate to properly determine Weibull statistics of high quality materials. On the other hand the Griffith flaws of high strength ceramics are very small and flaws produced by specimen preparation may become strength limiting even if all instructions in the standards concerning specimen preparation are strictly followed. So, the strength of specimens and not the strength of the material is determined in many cases. In application of ceramic components, loading situations may occur, which were not taken into account in the design nor in the strength measurements. Flaw populations may exist in components and may limit their strength, even if they have been carefully avoided in strength specimens. Then the strength of the component is (much) lower than the strength of the specimens and unexpected failure of the ceramic components may occur. In this lecture the state of the art of the theory of brittle failure is given, the problems mentioned above are discussed and examples for unexpected failures are given. Resume Robert Danzer is Full Professor and Head of the Institute of Structural and Functional Ceramics of the University of Leoben (Austria) since 1993 and was Associate Professor for Materials Testing at Institut fr Metallkunde und Werkstoffprfung at the same University from 1990 to 1993. He was also Head of the Mechanical Testing Group at the Powder Metallurgical Laboratory of the Max Planck Institut fr Metallforschung of Stuttgart (Germany) from 1987 to 1990 and, before that, he had a Post Doc position at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Graz and at the Institute of Metal Science of the University of Leoben from 1978 to 1987 where he also obtained his habilitation for Materials Testing in 1987. He made all his scholarship in Graz (Austria) until he obtained his Ph.D. thesis at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in 1978. He is the current President of the Austrian Ceramic Society and is involved in Austrian and International scientific and technical committees as well as in the management of the University of Leoben where he is Dean of doctoral studies since 1997 and chairman of the board of professors association. Robert Danzer is a member of the World Academy of Ceramics since 1995 and member of the WAC board since 2010. He already received the JECS Best Paper Prize in 2009 (for: JECS 28, 2008, 1575-1583) and is author/co-author of more than 250 publications in journals and conference reports, 4 books on materials science, three further books and 6 patents.

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JECS Best Paper Award


Prof. Horst FISCHER
RWTH Aachen University Hospital, Germany

Awarded by Prof. Richard TODD, editor of the JECS

Towards osseointegration of bioinert ceramics: introducing functional groups to alumina surface by tailored self assembled monolayer technique The bioinert character of alumina implants does not promote bone bonding, thereby strongly limits possible applications for this material. Bone bonding to the implant surface is significantly dependent on its chemical composition. We hypothesized that a bioinert ceramic can be functionalized, introducing active groups onto the surface by self-assembled monolayer. The surface of alumina was coated with a silica layer using physical vapour deposition or flame pyrolysis. Subsequently SAM was attached by dint of octenyltrichlorosilane. Through further chemical treatments OH- and COOH-functional groups were created on the surface. The evidence of the functional groups was proven by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and contact angle measurements. Thereby for the first time functional groups were successfully coupled to an inert alumina surface using the method of SAM. In a next step of development, SAM technique could be used to couple biological agents to inert ceramic implant surfaces aiming the possible improvement of osseointegration. Authors: Karolina Schickle, Daniela Filipa Duarte Campos, Michael Weber, Horst Fischer (Department of Dental Materials and Biomaterials Research, RWTH Aachen University Hospital, Germany), Robert Kaufmann (DWI at the RWTH Aachen University, Germany) Schickle K, Kaufmann R, Duarte Campos DF, Weber M, Fischer H. Towards osseointegration of bioinert ceramics: Introducing functional groups to alumina surface by tailored self assembled monolayer technique. J Eur Ceram Soc 2012;32:3063-71.

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Student Speech Contest


The student speech contest at the biannual ECerS conference is an event where young research students, representing each of the ECerS member countries, are able to give an oral presentation that is evaluated by a jury. The presentation duration will be 15 minutes, followed by questions from the jury and the audience. Each member country of ECerS can send one (PhD, MSc, BSc) research student as the candidate of their country for the ECerS student speaking contest. The oral presentation at the contest should be based on research work that the candidate has performed himself/herself at a research institution in the country he/ she is representing Graduate representatives must be within their first five years of full time research at the time of the speech.

The contest at ECerS 2013 in Limoges is scheduled on Sunday afternoon June 23 and Monday afternoon, June 24. The detailed schedule can be found on page 39. The winner will be announced and be given the opportunity to present at the Awards plenary ceremony on Wednesday afternoon. The winner will be awarded by Prof. Louis WINNUBST.

Participants in the Student Speech Contest 2013:


Saranya Venugopal UK Olga Proskurina Russia Kevin Roche Ireland Benito Romn-Manso Spain Alexander Tasch Germany Allu Amarnath Reddy Portugal Markus Bernhardt Norway Stefan Strobl Austria Ultra high temperature Ceramic HfB2 for hypersonic vehicles

New way to reduce aerodynamic losses using sol-gel method with silicon oxide nanoparticles for high speed rotor of mini turbine Precipitated fluorhydroxyapatite nanoparticles

Complex 3D-structures of silicon carbide for emerging applications

Copper iron oxide ceramics as reactive oxygen storage material

Strontium and rare-earth containing glass-ceramic sealants for solid oxide fuel cells Fibre reinforced light weight aggregates

The effect of crack healing of silicon nitride evaluated with the Notched Ball Test

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Arto Ojuva Sweden Erkka Kannisto Finland Catalina - Andreea Vasilescu Romania Dorian Deschuyteneer Belgium Alja Ivekovic Slovenia Ana Pinheiro Netherlands Jan Hostasa Czech Republic Silvia Minardi Italy Agnieszka Szudarska Poland Arita Dubnika Latvia Emilie Calvi France Marija Prekajski Serbia Milan Parchoviansky Slovakia Maria-Veronica Sofianou Greece Preparation of laminar adsorbents for rapid gas adsorption by freeze-casting of zeolites There is plenty of plasticity at the bottom

Investigation of structural and functional properties of ferroelectric BaTi1-xZrxO3 solid solutions prepared by the modified Pechini method

Influence of laser parameters on microstructure, hardness and wear resistance of NiCrBSi/WC coatings made by laser cladding SITE-SiCf/SiC composite for application in future fusion reactors

Functionalization of ceramic membranes by polymer grafting for solvent nanofiltration Transparent Yb-doped YAG ceramics for laser applications

Multiscale Biomimicry in Scaffold Design for Regenerative Medicine

Combined magnetic field alignment method with gelcasting technique for fabricating textured alumina elements Evaluation of physical and antimicrobial properties of silver doped hydroxyapatite Contribution of TEM in situ nanoindentation to the study of ceramic materials

Synthesis, characterization and electrical properties of Ce1-xBixO2- solid solution Microstructure, mechanical properties and creep behavior of hot pressed Al2O3/ SiC micro/nano composites Manipulation of the TiO2 anatase crystal habit in order to achieve photocatalytic selectivity in air pollutants

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General Themes

Fundamentals from theory to practice: Surfaces, Particles, Grain boundaries, Microstructures and Properties.

Understanding basic science behind ceramic materials is a key factor for successful application and innovative use of ceramics. The symposium encourages submissions from all aspects of ceramic science from powder synthesis through processing and sintering to structure-property relationships. The key aspect is taking a fundamental and basic scientific approach to understanding a key phenomenon, be it: nucleation and growth, colloidal forces, sintering mechanisms, microstructural characteristics, grain boundary effects or different types of properties (mechanical, optical, electrical, magnetic or transport). Understanding basic mechanisms by use of analytical modelling and using computational tools is becoming more and relevant in the innovative use of ceramics and property prediction. Such fundamental approaches will take the ceramic community from a purely experimental based optimisation towards a more profound knowledge based design of ceramics and ceramic properties.

Chair

Paul BOWEN
LTP-EPFL Switzerland paul.bowen@epfl.ch

Lennart BERGSTROM
Materials and Environmental Chemistry Stockholm University Sweden lennart.bergstrom@mmk.su.se

Victor M. ORERA
Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Aragon, University of Zaragoza Spain orera@unizar.es

Claude Paul CARRY


LTPCM- Joseph Fourier University France claude.carry@simap.grenoble-inp.fr

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Innovative processing and Synthesis

The conference includes a broad range of fundamental and applied topics such as colloid and surface science for improved dispersion, innovative powder synthesis, methods such as sol-gel technology, laser ablation, hydrothermal and microwave assisted synthesis, precursor-derived systems, etc., shape forming, free-forming techniques such as LOM, ink-jet printing, photopolymerization, etc. Studies on novel processing and synthesis technologies are encouraged, especially those involved in emerging areas such as synthesis of nanopowders, dispersion and self-assembly of nanostructures, conventional shaping and innovative rapid prototyping techniques, fast sintering techniques, and post-sintering operations leading to the production of tailored microarchitectures and any type of multimaterials. The conference will include the following topics: Innovative synthesis Beneficiation, comminution and granulation. Dry powder processing. Colloidal dispersion and surface modification. Shaping of ceramic suspensions. Plastic forming. Shaping thin and thick films and coatings. Solid freeform manufacturing. Shaping of complex micro- and nanostructures. Shaping porous materials.

Chair

Rodrigo MORENO
Institute of Ceramics & Glass Spain rmoreno@icv.csic.es

Francis CAMBIER
CRIBC-INISMa Belgium f.cambier@bcrc.be

Thomas GRAULE
EMPA Switzerland thomas.graule@empa.ch

Fabrice ROSSIGNOL
SPCTS France fabrice.rossignol@unilim.fr

Mikolaj SZAFRAN
Faculty of Chemistry Warsaw University of Technology Poland szafran@ch.pw.edu.pl

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Surface engineering and ceramic coating Tailored properties through new deposition techniques

This Symposium will focus on surface engineering and ceramic coatings. Both materials science and technology of coatings production are kindly invited. Contributions are expected on topics such as process-structure-property correlations, fundamentals and understanding of films deposition processes, advanced properties through new materials and processes, nano or micro-structure effects on properties, and coating industrial applications and practices. Latest advances in emerging non-conventional coating technologies, including advances in thermal spray processes (suspension/ solution plasma spray or flame spray, cold spray, thin-film VPS ...) as well as innovative PVD&CVD deposition techniques, with an emphasis on new types of materials produced by new processes are also expected. Applications include, but are not limited to, energy, automotive and aerospace coatings, wear protecting coatings for components and tools, low friction coatings, high-temperature wear-resistant coatings, erosion and corrosion resistive coatings.

Chair

Rainer GADOW
IMTCCC-Stuttgart University Germany rainer.gadow@ifkb.uni-stuttgart.de

Alain DENOIRJEAN
SPCTS France alain.denoirjean@unilim.fr

Luca LUGSVARGHI
Faculty of Engineering University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Italy luca.lusvarghi@unimore.it

Tapio MNTYL
Institute of Materials Science Tampere University of Technology Finland tapio.mantyla@tut.fi

Ghislaine BERTRAND
CIRIMAT - LCMIE- Universite Paul Sabatier Toulouse, France ghislaine.bertrand@ensiacet.fr

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Bioceramics and health

Bioceramics are used worldwide in many clinical applications, including orthopaedics, dentistry, neurosurgery and craniofacial applications. There are two main classes of bioceramics: Bioinert Ceramics | Bioactive Ceramics Bioinert ceramics were introduced in orthopaedics in the 70s, providing a dramatic reduction of wear debris in total hip replacement. In this respect, recently developed, mechanically-performing Silicon Nitride-based ceramics, are promising candidates for development of prosthetic devices with enhanced biomechanical features. Bioactive ceramics were introduced in the late 80s and are now routinely used as bone substitutes and as coatings to optimize implant fixation. More recently, biomimetics technology further improved the bonding ability of these materials. These biomaterials currently play a fundamental role in Regenerative Medicine, a multidisciplinary field aiming to restore, maintain or enhance tissues and organ functions. Indeed, bioceramics either as monolith or in combination with polymers (bio-hybrid-composites) play a fundamental role, pushing research activity towards biologically inspired processes like bio-mineralization, able to fabricate biomimetic materials with graded composition and morphology to restore multifunctional anatomical regions like osteo-chondral or periodontal tissues. This has recently been achieved using bioceramics and bioceramics-based composite as both acellular or cellularised tissue engineering constructs. In addition, the application of Nanotechnology to the field of bioceramics has conferred a new level of biocompetence to this class of biomaterials where tissue cells can be guided by the fine tuning of the surface nanotopography and to integrate smart carriers for the controlled delivery of bioactive molecules regulating tissue regeneration. An emerging topic in this scientific area is Nano-bio-magnetism which has specifically been applied to some ceramic compounds or alternatively can be induced by chemical doping of bioactive materials, thus generating a new family of scaffolds able to be remotely controlled and activated by magnetic forces through completely biocompatible and biodegradable magnetic nano-carriers. Alongside Regenerative Medicine, such new materials have a potential to provide huge benefits to the wider field of theranostics.

Chair

Anna TAMPIERI
CNR Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics Faenza Italy anna.tampieri@istec.cnr.it

Serena BEST
Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy University of Cambridge United Kingdom smb51@cam.ac.uk

Mateo SANTIN
School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences University of Brighton United Kingdom M.Santin@brighton.ac.uk

Eric CHAMPION
SPCTS - University of Limoges France eric.champion@unilim.fr

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Ceramics and systems for energy and environment (production, conversion, storage)

The 21st century faces multiple challenges with regard to sustainable energy production, conversion, storage, and to reduction of energy utilization and emissions of greenhouse gases. In these areas more and more research is emerging on advanced ceramics and systems. Electrolytes, electrodes, membranes, adsorbents, catalysts, sensors are all currently being investigated for implementation in, e.g., batteries, fuel cells, reactors, gas separation and purification, super capacitors, photovoltaics and modern fossil-fuel power stations. The primary purpose of this symposium is to provide an international forum for scientists and engineers to discuss and exchange ideas and technical information on the design, development, processing and characterization of ceramic materials and systems for use in selected areas. The session will cover the following topics:

Mixed ionic-electronic conducting membranes, and composite membranes based upon proton or oxygen ion conductors Microporous amorphous, zeolite or hybrid organic-inorganic membranes Electrode and electrolytes for lithium ion batteries Materials and structures for solid oxide fuel cell and electrolyzers Ceramic super capacitors

Chair

Henny J.M. BOUWMEESTER


LIMS-University of Twente The Netherlands h.j.m.bouwmeester@utwente.nl

Hans-Peter BUCHKREMER
Forschungszentrum Jlich Germany h.p.buchkremer@fz-juelich.de

Wilhelm A. MEULENBERG
Forschungszentrum Jlich Germany w.a.meulenberg@fz-juelich.de

Jose M. SERRA
CSIC-Universidad Politecnica de Valencia Spain jmserra@itq.upv.es

Louis WINNUBST
LIMS-University of Twente The Netherlands a.j.a.winnubst@utwente.nl

Andre AYRAL
IEMM-Montpellier 2 University, France andre.ayral@iemm.univ-montp2.fr

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Designing and engineering of ceramic composites

Properties of a ceramic component are a result of complex interactions of the constituents phases, grain boundary interfaces, internal architecture and structural defects. Both the control of microstructure and designing of the architecture over many length scales, ranging from the particle size to the macroscopic dimension of the component, contribute to the multi-functionality (structural, thermal, chemical) of the component. These composite ceramics are based on the structure organization at different size-scales by controlling the morphology and distribution of different building elements (particles, fibers, layers, interfaces...). The engineering of such materials usually requires processes (chemical vapor infiltration for ceramic matrix composites, tape casting for lamellar composites) specifically developed for them. This symposium will focus on the various aspects of the designing, engineering, as well as development of dedicated processes, in order for engineering and composite ceramics to address specific functions or association of functions. All application fields (energy generation, aerospace, automotive, health) are in the scope of the symposium.

Chair

Elis CARLSTROEM
Swerea IVF AB Sweden Elis.Carlstrom@swerea.se

William J. CLEGG
Ceramic and Inorganic Materials Group University of Cambridge United Kingdom wjc1000@cam.ac.uk

Monica FERRARIS
DISAT Politecnico di Torino Italy monica.ferraris@polito.it

Pavol SAJGALIK
Slovak Academy of Sciences Slovak Republic sajgalik@savba.sk

Hua-Tay LIN
Ceramic Science and Technology Group USA linh@ornl.gov

Francis TEYSSANDIER
LCTS France teyssandier@lcts.u-bordeaux1.fr

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Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices

In memoriam Professor Marija Kosec This symposium will address many topics including: Ferroelectric, pyroelectric, dielectric (e.g. high-temperature dielectrics) and piezoelectric e.g. lead-free piezoceramics) materials Multiferroic materials, e.g. for sensors in the form of composites or multilayers Microwave dielectrics, metamaterials and frequency tunable devices Electrically conducting ceramics that exhibit nonlinear phenomena such as varistors (eg. for new dc power grids), NTC and PTC thermistors; superconductors; piezoresistive materials Transparent polycrystalline materials as optical ceramics for various applications, such as medical diagnostics including computer tomography (CT), positron emission tomo graphy (PET) and X-ray radiography and in defence applications such as transparent armor Hard ferrites as potential substitutional materials for scarce rare earths The materials can be in the form of thick and thin films, composites, single crystals, bulk ceramics and multilayers. Aspects of processing, characterisation, modelling and device integration will also be considered.

Chair

Jrgen ROEDEL
Nonmetallic Inorganic Materials-TU Darmstadt Germany roedel@ceramics.tu-darmstadt.de

Isabel KINSKI
Fraunhofer-IKTS Germany isabel.kinski@ikts.fraunhofer.de

Derek C SINCLAIR
Materials Science and EngineeringThe University of Sheffield United Kingdom d.c.sinclair@sheffield.ac.uk

Victor TUPIK
Saint-Petersburg State Electrotechnical University Russia vatupik@etu.ru

Gilbert FANTOZZI
MATEIS-INSA Lyon France Gilbert.Fantozzi@insa-lyon.fr

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Ceramics under severe environments and refractories

Refractories are nano-bonded composite materials used in large volumes to line furnaces for the production of other materials at high temperatures. Recent developments in Refractories included in this theme are: Synthesis of refractory materials from industrial wastes, New refractories e.g. hercynite/galaxite/ CA6/MgAlON, Carbon- and chrome-free refractories, Nanostructured refractories, Low-carbon & ultra-low carbon-containing systems, Oxide-nonoxide composite refractories, In-situ refractories, In-situ and ex-situ reinforced refractories, Eco-friendly binder bonded refractories, Lightweight castables, Quick-drying castables, Self-healing refractories, Simulation/modelling of refractories, New refractories evaluation techniques including in situ and at temperature. Refractories are being developed to function in ever more severe conditions which begin to approach those of Ultra-high Temperature Ceramics (UHTCs) which are designed to operate at over 2000 and even 3000oC. UHTCs need to retain mechanical and chemical stability at these temperatures for a variety of high-temperature structural applications, including engines, hypersonic vehicles, plasma arc electrodes, advanced nuclear fuels, fusion first walls and divertors, cutting tools, furnace elements, and high temperature shielding. This theme will examine all aspects of UHTC behaviour including processing, environmental response and characterisation. Other topics include testing and property measurement at very high temperatures and modelling over length scales including phase equilibria.

Chair

William E. LEE
William E. LEE Department of Materials Imperial College United Kingdom w.e.lee@imperial.ac.uk

Gregory E. HILMAS
Materials Science and Engineering Missouri U. of Science & Technology USA ghilmas@mst.edu

Luc J. VANDEPERRE
Department of Materials Imperial College United Kingdom l.vandeperre@imperial.ac.uk

Shaowei ZHANG
Exeter University United Kingdom s.zhang@exeter.ac.uk

Jacques POIRIER
CEMHTI-Polytech Universite France jacques.poirier@univ-orleans.fr

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General Themes

Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials

Europe is a major producer of traditional ceramics and construction materials including tableware, sanitary ware, floor and wall tiles, bricks and roof tiles, cement, concrete, plaster. The cost of transport and need for these basic items should insure that this core industry remains stable despite effects resulting from competition in a global market or the latest economic recession. In order to maintain this essentially strong position, however the traditional ceramic and construction materials industry needs to continuously evolve and adapt to the challenges of an increasingly competitive and sustainable industry. Consequently, considerable attention is paid by the sector to research and development in all aspects: from design to decoration, from new products to new applications, to innovation in the materials and the manufacturing processes, and to input from progress in many other fields of advanced materials. Examples of major challenges include: increasing added value of materials by incorporating new functions or improving existing ones, reducing the energy cost in production, reduction of pollution in manufacture, use of renewable energies and recycling of waste materials. These sessions aim to review the state of the art of silicate and traditional ceramics as well as construction materials so as to highlight the latest developments. The general theme includes the following topics: New raw materials and additives, Floor and wall tiles, Whitewares (tableware, sanitaryware), Heavy clay products (bricks, roof tiles, pipes..), Cements and binding materials Contributions to emerging research lines are particularly welcome: Eco-designed products, Recycling of waste materials, Energy saving and use of renewable energies, Multifunctional coatings, Geopolymers.

Chair

Paolo ZANNINI
Chemistry DepartmentUniversity of Modena Italy paolo.zannini@unimore.it

Christian KAPS
Building ChemistryBauhaus University Germany christian.kaps@uni-weimar.de

Enrique SANCHEZ
ITC Universitat Jaume I Spain enrique.sanchez@itc.uji.es

Tolun VURAL
Turkich Ceramic Society Turkey tolunvural@turkser.org.tr

David SMITH
GEMH-ENSCI France david.smith@unilim.fr

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Archeo-Materials

Since millennia pottery illustrates the cultural and technological levels of the society. Alexandre Brongniart with his Trait des Arts Cramiques ou des poteries considres dans leur Histoire, leur Pratique et leur Thorie can be considered as the founder of the archaeometric approach that has developed more recently under the leading guidance of David Kingery and coworkers. The European Ceramic Society offers a forum to discuss the present state of the art in Cultural Heritage studies. The 2013 event, organized in association with the Muse Adrien Dubouch de Cramique, will continue this action and contributions focusing on the following topics will be welcomed: Archaeometric studies of pottery and glazed artefacts (focusing on non-destructive techniques, differentiation between genuine masterpieces and fakes, provenance studies, and other related topics). Research of ancient methods of ceramic production from clay mining to firing. Experimental archaeological practices in ceramic field and production of replica.

Chair

Sevim CIZER
Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey www.sevimcizer.net sevim.cizer@deu.edu.tr

Annarosa MANGONE
University of Bari Italy mnnn05ch@uniba.it

Solange MURALHA
Universidade Nova de Lisboa Portugal solange@fct.unl.pt

Trinitat PRADELL
Physics and Nuclear Energy Departement Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya Spain trinitat.Pradell@upc.edu

Philippe COLOMBAN
LADIR Universite Pierre-et-Marie-Curie France philippe.colomban@upmc.fr

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SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Functional Nitrides for Energy Applications (FUNEA)
The FUNEA symposium will cover all aspects related to inorganic nitrides for energy applications. In terms of fundamental research, the FUNEA aims to advance the state-of-the-art knowledge and understanding of inorganic nitrides and mixed nitride-anion systems by achieving the ability to synthesize, manipulate, characterize, understand and model binary and ternary nitrides and oxonitrides with functional properties. By this a breakthrough in the nitride chemistry will be achieved steering in a new era for materials with advanced functionality and exceptional levels of performance. In terms of technological applications, the FUNEA symposium focuses on the energetic applications of nitride-based materials with this addressing the main needs of the 21st century. The symposium is focused on the synthesis, processing and characterization of novel nitrides and related compounds suitable for applications in the fields of energy conversion and storage.

Chair

Ralph RIEDEL
Technische Universitt Darmstadt Germany riedel@materials.tu-darmstadt.de

Philippe MIELE
IEM - University of Montpellier France http://www.iemm.univ-montp2.fr

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Student Speech Contest Programme

Student Student Speech Speech Contest Contest Programme Programme


Sunday June 23 - Opening of the welcome Desk at the Coupole 13:00-18:00


Sunday June 23 Opening of the welcome Desk at the Coupole 13:00-18:00 Sunday June 23 Opening of the welcome Desk at the Coupole 13:00-18:00 ROOM - COUPOLE HERMES
ROOM OUPOLE H ERMES Ceramic HfB2 for hypersonic vehicles 14:00 - C Ultra high t emperature
14:00 14:20 14:20 14:40 14:40 15:00 15:00 15:20 15:20 15:40 15:40 16:00 16:00 16:20 16:20 16:40 16:40 17:00 17:00 17:20 17:20 17:40 17:40 18:00 18:00 Saranya VENUGOPAL - U K Ultra high temperature Ceramic HfB2 for hypersonic vehicles Saranya VtENUGOPAL - UK New way o reduce aerodynamic losses using sol-gel method with silicon oxide nanoparticles for high speed rotor of mini t urbine New w ay to reduce aerodynamic losses using sol-gel method with silicon oxide nanoparticles for high speed rotor of Olga t P ROSKURINA - Russia mini urbine Olga PROSKURINA - Russia Precipitated fluorhydroxyapatite nanoparticles Kevin ROCHE - Ireland Precipitated fluorhydroxyapatite nanoparticles Kevin R OCHE - I reland Complex 3D-structures of silicon carbide for emerging applications Benito ROMN-MANSO - s Silicon pain carbide for emerging applications Complex 3D-structures of Benito R OMN-MANSO - Spain Copper iron oxide ceramics as reactive oxygen storage material Alexander TASCH Germany Copper iron oxide - c eramics a s reactive oxygen storage material Alexander T ASCH - G ermany Strontium and rare-earth containing glassceramic sealants for solid oxide fuel cells Allu AMARNATH REDDY -c P ortugal glassceramic sealants for solid oxide fuel cells Strontium and rare-earth ontaining Allu A MARNATH R EDDY - P ortugal Coffee Break Coffee Break light weight aggregates Fibre reinforced Markus BERNHARDT - N orway Fibre reinforced light w eight aggregates Markus B ERNHARDT - N orway The effect of crack healing of silicon nitride evaluated with the Notched Ball -Test

Stefan STROBL - Austria of silicon nitride evaluated with the Notched Ball -Test The effect of crack healing Stefan STROBL Austria Preparation of l- aminar a dsorbents for rapid gas adsorption by freeze-casting of zeolites Arto OJUVA o - f Slweden adsorbents for rapid gas adsorption by freeze-casting of zeolites Preparation aminar Arto O JUVA - S weden There is plenty of plasticity at the bottom

Monday June 24 Monday June 24 Monday June 24


13:40 14:00 14:00 14:20 14:20 14:40 14:40 15:00 15:00 15:20 15:20 15:40 15:40 16:40 16:40 17:00 17:00 17:20 17:20 17:40 17:40 18:00 18:00 18:20 18:20

Erkka K ANNISTO F inland at the bottom There is plenty of -p lasticity Erkka KANNISTO - Finlanda nd functional properties of ferroelectric BaTi 1-xZrxO3 solid solutions prepared by the modified Investigation of structural Pechini method Investigation of structural and functional properties of ferroelectric BaTi 1-xZrxO3 solid solutions prepared by the modified Catalina - ethod Andreea VASILESCU - Romania Pechini m Catalina - A ndreea VASILESCU - Romania End of the d ay End of the day

ROOM - COUPOLE HERMES ROOM OUPOLE H 13:40 - C Influence o f lERMES aser parameters on microstructure, hardness and wear resistance of NiCrBSi/WC coatings made by laser
cladding of laser parameters on microstructure, hardness and wear resistance of NiCrBSi/WC coatings made by laser Influence Dorian DESCHUYTENEER - Belgium cladding Dorian ESCHUYTENEER - B in future fusion reactors SITE-SiCD composite for aelgium pplication f/SiC Alja IVEKOVI - Slovenia application in future fusion reactors SITE-SiC for f/SiC composite Alja IVEKOVI - S lovenia membranes by polymer grafting for solvent nanofiltration Functionalization o f ceramic Ana PINHEIRO - No etherlands embranes by polymer grafting for solvent nanofiltration Functionalization f ceramic m Ana PINHEIRO - Netherlands Transparent Yb-doped YAG ceramics for laser applications Jan HOSTASA - Czech RY epublic Transparent Yb-doped AG ceramics for laser applications Jan H OSTASA - C zech R epublic Multiscale Biomimicry in Scaffold Design for Regenerative Medicine Silvia MINARDI - Italy in Scaffold Design for Regenerative Medicine Multiscale Biomimicry Silvia M INARDI - Italy alignment method with gelcasting technique for fabricating textured alumina elements Combined magnetic field Agnieszka S ZUDARSKA - P method with gelcasting technique for fabricating textured alumina elements Combined m agnetic field aoland lignment Agnieszka SZUDARSKA - Poland Coffee Break Coffee Break Evaluation of physical and antimicrobia l properties of silver doped hydroxyapatite Arita DUBNIKA - Latvia Evaluation of physical a nd antimicrobia l properties of silver doped hydroxyapatite Arita DUBNIKA EM Latvia Contribution of - T in situ nanoindentation to the study of ceramic materials Emilie CALVI F situ nanoindentation to the study of ceramic materials Contribution o- f Trance EM in Emilie C ALVI - F rance Synthesis, characterization and electrical properties of Ce1-xBixO2- solid solution Marija PREKAJSKI - Serbia and electrical properties of Ce1-xBixO2- solid solution Synthesis, characterization Marija PREKAJSKI - Serbia properties and creep behavior of hot pressed Al2O3/SiC micro/nano composites Microstructure, mechanical Milan PARCHOVIANSKY - Slovakia Microstructure, mechanical properties and creep behavior of hot pressed Al2O3/SiC micro/nano composites Milan PARCHOVIANSKY S lovakia Manipulation of the Tio2 - a natase crystal habit in order to achieve photocatalytic selectivity in air pollutants Maria-Veronica OFIANOU - Greece habit in order to achieve photocatalytic selectivity in air pollutants Manipulation of S the Tio2 anatase crystal Maria-Veronica SOFIANOU - Greece End of the day followed by t he Welcome Reception End of the day followed by the Welcome Reception
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ROOM - ENSIL AMPHI A/B/C ROOM - ENSIL AMPHI A/B/C 9:00 Opening Ceremony 9:00 Opening Ceremony 9:30 Plenary Lecture 1 9:30

Plenary sessions programme

10:10 10:10 10:50 10:50 11:20 11:20

Plenary Lecture "Channeling the F1 orces of Nature for the Creation of innovative manufacturing and the life style" "Channeling t he F orces of Nature for the Creation of i nnovative manufacturing nd the life style" Prof. Emile H. ISHIDA (Tohoku Univ. Graduate School o f Environmental Studies, a Japan) Prof. Emile H. ISHIDA (Tohoku Univ. Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Japan) Plenary Lecture 2 Plenary ecture 2 en route to open innovation" "Imerys aL c ompany "Imerys a company en route to open innovation" Thierry SALMONA (Imerys - France) Thierry SALMONA (Imerys - France) Coffee break - 30 minutes Coffee b reak - 3 0 Plenary Lecture 3 minutes Plenary ecture 3 Paving tL he way w ith the European ceramic industry Paving t he w ay w the European Astrid VOLCKAERT (ith Cerame Unie) ceramic industry Astrid VOLCKAERT (Cerame Unie) Lunch Lunch

Wednesday June June 26 Wednesday Wednesday June 26 26


12:00 12:00

ROOM - ENSIL AMPHI A/B/C ROOM - ENSIL AMPHI A/B/C 15:30 Prof. Danilo SUVOROV, President of ECERS 15:30 Prof. Danilo SUVOROV, President of ECERS 15:40 Prof. Anne LERICHE, President Elect 15:40 Prof. Anne LERICHE, President Elect 15:50 ECerS Fellows Ceremony 15:50 ECerS Fellows Ceremony 16:20 Stuijts Award: "SiC/Si3N4 nano/micro-composites - phase and chemical composition - 16:20 their Stuijts Award: "SiC/Si nano/micro-composites - phase a 3N 4 implications to the R T and HT mechanical properties" nd chemical composition - their implications to ( tInstitute he RT and H T mechanical properties" Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Prof. P avol SAJGALIK of Inorganic Chemistry, Slovak Prof. P avol S AJGALIK ( Institute o f I norganic C hemistry, S lovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic) - Awarded by Mister Olivier LE TESSIER, Bernardaud Company Slovak epublic) Awarded b y Mister Olivier 17:05 Brook AR ward : "Is - Z irconia a C eramic Steel?" LE TESSIER, Bernardaud Company 17:05

17:50 17:50 18:10 18:10 18:40 18:40

18:45 18:45 18:55 18:55

JECS Best aper Award - Prof. Horst Fc ISCHER (RWTH Aachen University Hospital, ermany) "Towards oP sseointegration of bioinert eramics: Introducing functional groups to aG lumina surface "Towards f bioinert ceramics: Introducing unctional groups to alumina surface by tailored o ssseointegration elf assembled mo onolayer technique " b y Schickle, f K .; Kaufmann, R.; D uarte Campos, by t ailored s elf a ssembled m onolayer t echnique " b y S chickle, K .; K aufmann, R .; D uarte C ampos, P.F.; Weber, M.; Fischer, H. P.F.; Weber, .; F ischer, . Awarded by PM rof. R ichard H TODD, editor of the JECS Awarded by Prof. Richard TODD, editor of the JECS Presentation ECERS 2015 (Toledo, Spain) by Dr. Carmen BAUDIN, General Secretary of the Presentation ECERS 2015 ( Toledo, Spanish Ceramic and G lass S ociety Spain) by Dr. Carmen BAUDIN, General Secretary of the Spanish Ceramic and Glass Society End of the conferences followed by the gala dinner (on reservation) End of the conferences followed by the gala dinner (on reservation)

Brook AwardV : . "Is Zirconia a Ceramic SF teel?" of Dentistry, The University of Sydney, Australia and Prof. Michael SWAIN (Biomaterials, aculty Prof. M ichael V. S WAIN (Biomaterials, Faculty of Dentistry, he University Otago University, D unedin, New Zealand) - Awarded by Sir RT ichard BROOK of Sydney, Australia and Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand) - Awarded by Sir Richard BROOK Winner of the Student Speech Contest - Awarded by Prof. Louis WINNUBST Winner of the Student Speech Contest - Awarded by Prof. Louis WINNUBST JECS Trust Award: "What is tensile strength and how can it be determined?" JECS Tobert rust AD ward : "What is tensile strength and how can it be determined?" Prof. R ANZER (Institut fr Struktur- und Funktionskeramik, Prof. R obert D ANZER ( Institut f r S truktur- u nd F unktionskeramik, Montanuniversitaet Leoben, Austria) Montanuniversitaet Leoben, Austria) Awarded by Prof. Hasan MANDAL, President of the Trust Awarded b y P rof. H asan M ANDAL, PF resident f the T rust JECS Best Paper Award - Prof. Horst ISCHER (o RWTH A achen University Hospital, Germany)

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Oral presentations - Monday June 24 - PM


ROOM

CEC - AMPHI 1

CEC - AMPHI 2

CEC - AMPHI 3
Plenary Session - ENSIL AMPHI Lunch

CEC - AMPHI 4

CEC - P.BOCH

09:00 12:00
Theme Subtheme

A- Fundamentals from theory to practice General Phenomena

B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Plastic forming

B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Powder synthesis and characterization I

E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment Fuel cells & Electrolysers I

C- Surface engineering and ceramic coating New thermal spray

13:30

Constrained sintering and microstructure development of titanate based thick films for high frequency applications (Keynote) Paula VILARINHO 899

Fabrication of textured MAX phase Status of anode-supported solid oxide ceramics and their some properties fuel cell (SOFC) development focus through colloidal processing in strong on cell materials and processing magnetic field (Keynote) (Keynote) Yoshio SAKKA 107 Norbert MENZLER 877

Recent developments in the suspension and solution plasma spraying of ceramic coatings (Keynote) Pierre FAUCHAIS 885

14:00

Modeling of ceramic corrosion resistance upon water condensates in adiabatic compressed air energy storage Laurent DE WINDT 36

Robust synthesis of yttria stabilized tetragonal zirconia powders using a semi-continuous process in supercritical CO2 Christian GUIZARD 119

Anode-supported single-chamber SOFC for energy recovery from exhaust gases of thermal engine Pauline BRIAULT 419

Finely structured ceramic coatings by liquid feedstock thermal spraying: a comparative study between suspension and solution precursor plasma sprayed YSZ Giovanni BOLELLI 241

14:20

Electrochemical corrosion of silicon carbide ceramics Mathias HERRMANN 38

Manufacturing of tubular dead-end membranes by continuous thermoplastic extrusion Frank CLEMENS 104

One-pot microwave-assisted synthesis of nanocrystalline zirconia and zirconia-coated cnfs Rodrigo MORENO 147

High temperature electrolysis cell Karsten AGERSTED 399

Characterisation of the adhesion of plasma sprayed ceramic coating on sintered ceramic substrate Guillaume HUCHET 244

14:40

Investigation and characterization of High purity compounding of ceramic Glycine Modified Titania for feedstocks Photocataliytic Applications Axel MUELLER-KOEHN 121 Paul BOWEN 49

Metal Nitride and Carbide based Nanocomposites Cristina GIORDANO 179

Manufacturing alternatives for large area Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Alessandra SANSON 369

Recent Developments in Thermal Spraying with Liquid Feedstocks Andreas KILLINGER 883

15:00

Additive manufacturing: lasers interacting with ceramic powders Thomas MHLER 58

Modified sol-gel technique as the Fabrication of LTCC multilayers with Pulsed arc plasma spraying: possibility approach of ultradispersed powders Aqueous manufacturing processing of of the synchronization of suspension internal cavities by applying cold low obtaining for advanced ceramic electrolyte supported SOFC injection pressure lamination materials Richard LAUCOURNET 423 Joanna KROWKA 248 Ulrike DEISINGER 187 Kirill VOKHMINTCEV 189

15:20

Tetragonality of BaTiO3 nanostructures prepared by hydrothermal synthesis (Microstructure) Paula VILARINHO 900

An innovative rolling process for ceramic layer forming Wen ZHANG 190

Effects of alcohol solvents on anatase TiO2 nanocrystals prepared by Design & Process Development of the 2nd Generation SOFCRoll Concept microwave-assisted solvothermal Mark CASSIDY 378 method Yuchun WU 194

Bioglass coatings by atmospheric plasma spraying prepared from different feedstock routes Enrique SNCHEZ 261

15:40 Subtheme General Phenomena Colloidal processing I

Coffee break/ Poster Session I Powder synthesis and characterization I

Fuel cells & Electrolysers I

Thermal barrier coating

16:40

Microwave response on the Preparation of oriented Li1+x-yNb1-x- Dynamic carbothermal reduction- stoichiometry impurity and 3yTix+4yO3 solid solution with nitridation method for synthesising morphology of oxygen-free powders superstructure by slip casting in a TiN and Si3N4 powders particles high magnetic field Ali Osman KURT 113 Vitaly PETROVSKY 540 Hiromi NAKANO 103

Influence of multilayer anode structure on power density for solid oxide fuel cells Shunya KANEKO 426

Deposition of Y2O3-ZrO2 plasma- sprayed coatings from different reconstituted powders Pablo CARPIO 238

17:00

Synthesis of Sr2SiO4 and its polymorphism at high temperature Han-Yang HU 31

Surface modification of inorganic colloids for the heterocoagulation process Anne AIMABLE 117

Single and mixed oxide pellets with tailored microstructures by pressing microspheres Elodie REMY 133

Nickel oxide doping for the production of defect-free metal supported-SOFC by co-sintering of tape cast multilayers Pradnyesh SATARDEKAR 427

Micro-structure effect on radiative properties of thermal barrier ceramic coatings Leire DEL CAMPO 250

17:20

Development of advanced thermal Characterisation of Intermediate Discovery of the new MAX phase barrier coatings with PS-PVD on Spontaneous gelcasting of translucent Thermal influence on single granule Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (IT- Nb2GeC by a systematic theoretical- turbine components with complex alumina ceramics strength during spray drying SOFC) fabricated only by tape casting experimental approach geometry Shiwei WANG 178 Tanja EINHELLINGER 184 Visweshwar SIVASANKARAN 437 Per EKLUND 42 Malko GINDRAT 881

17:40

Study of the formation reaction of BNT with heating stage microscopy Theresa KAINZ 55

Saccharides and their derivatives in colloidal processing of nanoceramic powders Mikolaj SZAFRAN 181

Spray freeze granulation of nanozirconia powders Yifei ZHANG 195

Characterization of the mechanical Thermal conductivity and properties of solid oxide fuel cell microstructure of ZrO2-Y2O3 coatings fabricated by EB-PVD sealing materials Byung-Koog JANG 237 Jrgen MALZBENDER 405

18:00

Synthesis of Transparent TiO2 Monoliths Paul MCCORMICK 66

Synthesis and characterization of Manufacturing of Solid Oxide Fuel Low temperature degradation-ageing- calcium hexaluminate ceramics Cells by Aqueous Tape Casting and Co- of plasma sprayed YSZ coating sintering prepared from Hen Egg Shell Waste Galle LECLERCQ 243 Johanna STIERNSTEDT 429 Dwi ASMI 127

18:20

Conferences end followed by the Welcome reception

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ROOM

CEC - J.DESMAISON

ENSIL - AMPHI A

ENSIL - AMPHI B

ENSIL - AMPHI C

09:00 12:00 Theme


Subtheme

Plenary Session - ENSIL AMPHI Lunch F- Designing and engineering of G- Electro-magnetic and optical H- Ceramics under severe ceramic composites ceramics and devices environments and refractories Processing I Magnetoelectric and dielectric materials Processing for Severe Environments I
Effects of Microstructure and Composition on Thermal Conductivity of Zirconium Diboride (Keynote) William FAHRENHOLTZ 732

I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials Silicate ceramics and processing

13:30

Tailored microstructure of ceramics by using electric and magnetic fields (Keynote) Tohru SUZUKI 539

Giant magnetoelectric thin film composites (Keynote) Eckhard QUANDT 591

Digital decoration in ceramics workflow (Keynote) Gianluca MAINI 893

14:00

Pressureless sintered TZP/WC- composites Nadja HOLSTEIN 536

Multiferroic properties of Ni2BSbO6 oxides with corundum-related structure Ekaterina POLITOVA 593

Ultrahigh temperature ceramics for Rice straw ash as substitute of thermal protection systems, feldspar and quartz in stoneware tile propulsion and energy lvaro GUZMN APONTE 757 Diletta SCITI 685

14:20

Spark Plasma Sintering of liquid-phase Influence of complex additives on sintered silicon carbide-diamond morphology, phase transitions, composites using oxide ceramic dielectric and ferroelectric properties of sintering aides bismuth-based perovskite ceramics Iakovos SIGALAS 516 Ekaterina POLITOVA 590

Synthesis of novel Hafnium- containing ultrahigh-temperature ceramic nanocomposites Emanuel IONESCU 689

Influence of the binder and of the drying process on the microstructure and the thermal properties of porous oxide materials Anthony DE MARCOS 760

14:40

The role of refractory metals on the sintering behaviour, microstructure and mechanical properties of titanium diboride (TiB2) Lubos BACA 502

Preparation of NiFe2O4/BaTiO3 multiferroic thin films and their structural and functional characterization Vladimir V. SRDIC 586

Transient-liquid-phase bonding of HfC- Development of fibre reinforced light based ceramics weight aggregates Laura ESPOSITO 710 Markus BERNHARDT 763

15:00

Low temperature processing of reaction-bonded boron carbide composites Moshe DARIEL 527

Effect of iron stoechiometry on the magnetic anisotropy of NiZnCu ferrites Edouard BRUN 579

Process development and microstructural characterisation of (Ta,Hf) C ultra-high temperature ceramics Omar CEDILLOS 722

Effect of biopolymers on the strengthening of clay materials Cline MARTIAS 765

15:20

Milling of Metal-Ceramic-Precursor Powders for Reaction Bonding and Reactive Sintering of Alumina- Composites Nadja HOLSTEIN 528

Structures and Microwave Dielectric Characteristics of SrLn2Al2O7 (Ln = La, Nd and Sm) Ceramics Xiang Ming CHEN 633

Investigations on the sintering behavior, pore size distribution and microstructure of two porcelainized stoneware compositions using pegmatite and syenite nepheline minerals Elie KAMSEU 801

15:40
Subtheme

Processing I

Coffee break/ Poster Session I Magnetoelectric and dielectric Processing for Severe materials Environments I
Composition of (Ba,Sr)TiO3 thin films: Effect of ZrB2 particle size and MoSi2 dependence of deposition conditions volume fraction on the densification and substrate orientation on the B/A behavior and mechanical properties ratio of ZrB2-MoSi2 ceramics Karsten RACHUT 604 Ryan GROHSMEYER 675

Silicate ceramics and processing

16:40

Microstructure and stability of YSZ/MnOx eutectic ceramics grown by laser float zone melting Alodia ORERA 494

Identification of gaseous products emerging during burning/sintering processes of ceramics by TGA-EGA Ekkehard POST 769

17:00

Application of a modified Coincidence Composition-dependent characteristics Effect of milling on the mechanical of Reciprocal Lattice Points model of nanostructured barium titanate properties of SiC chopped fiber- (CRLP) to directionally solidified zirconate ceramics prepared by spark reinforced Ultra-High temperature eutectics plasma sintering ceramics Sonia SERRANO ZABALETA 535 Adelina Carmen IANCULESCU 587 Laura PIENTI 709

Measures to reduce firing energy consumption in traditional ceramic industry Alpagut KARA 772

17:20

Processing of SiC-Si3N4-Al composites Ayse KALEMTAS 500

Ferroelectric-to-relaxor crossover in Zr- modified barium titanate ceramics Marco DELUCA 610

Densification behavior of ZrB2 with Co-WC as additives Seung-Kyu CHOI 728

Improvement stain resistance of polished porcelain stoneware tile by hybrid sol-gel sealer applicable at ambient temperature Ayse TUNALI 802

17:40

The influence of Li2F content on the properties of fluorphlogopite glass- Bi-based High-temperature dielectrics ceramics Juergen ROEDEL 624 Malihe GHASEMZADEH 522

Improvement of the spark-plasma- Assessment of the variables affecting sintering kinetics of ZrB2-SiC the thermal hysteresis of the composite prepared by high-energy elasticity modulus in porcelain tile co-ball-milling in air materials Victor ZAMORA RODRIGUEZ 738 Enrique SNCHEZ 803

18:00

How addition of multi-walled carbon HR-TEM study of the silicon segregation nanotubes could improve the ceramic at grain boundaries in Yb: YAG ceramics mechanical properties in a wide range for laser applications of temperature? Thierry EPICIER 902 Mehdi MAZAHERI 930

Investigation of the process parameters effects on the performance of newly developed sol- gel based protective material Neslihan TAMSU SELLI 793

18:20

Conferences end followed by the Welcome reception

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ROOM

CEC - AMPHI 1
A- Fundamentals from theory to practice Processing

CEC - AMPHI 2
B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Colloidal processing II

CEC - AMPHI 3

CEC - AMPHI 4

CEC - P.BOCH

CEC - J.DESMAISON
F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites CMC

Theme

B- Innovative processing E- Ceramics and systems for C- Surface engineering and and Synthesis energy and environment ceramic coating Porous materials Ion transport membranes I Mechanical applications

Subtheme

8:30

Processing of transparent aluminas: from interparticle forces to dense ceramics (Keynote) Paul BOWEN 41

High Velocity Suspension Flame Effect of partial cationic Gehlenite, Y-silicate and Y-SiON Sprayed (HVSFS) coatings in Micro fabrication of pillar arrays phosphors from preceramic substitution on the CO2- advanced mechanical for piezoelectric transducers by a polymers and nano-sized fillers tolerance of oxygen-transporting colloidal approach (Keynote) engineering and automotive (Keynote) membrane c eramics ( Keynote) applications (Keynote) Jos FERREIRA 146 Enrico BERNARDO 128 Armin FELDHOFF 374 Rainer GADOW 886

The assembly of SiC/SiC composite plates by using the brazing technology (Keynote) Yann LE PETITCORPS 510

9:00

How to tune the structure of a Fabrication of alumina/nickel binary colloidal suspension? composites from alumina and nickel oxide powder by gelcasting Coupled experimental and method numerical studies Aleksandra MIAZGA 109 Davide BOCHICCHIO 24

Elaboration of functionally graded ceramic-metal composites for thermal management Yannick LORGOUILLOUX 108

A macroscopic model of the Development of a self-lubricant Innovative glass-ceramic matrix oxygen transport through MIEC hard coating on stainless steel by composites: processing and composite sol-gel process characterization membrane Kurt HERMANGE 249 Thierry CUTARD 495 Camille GAZEAU 377

9:20

Texturation of model clay Fabrication and characterization CO2 stable thin, supported LSCF Influence of electric potentials Polymer Impregnation Pyrolysis Nanoparticle stabilization by materials using tape casting and of highly porous reaction bonded membranes for the Oxyfuel on the tribological behaviour of for the cost-effective production segregation and surface energy silicon nitride foams with process - manufacturing and freezing of temperature resistant CFCCs silicon carbide decrease interconnected porosity characterization Gisle Laure LECOMTE-NANA Claudio MINGAZZINI 508 Andreas KAILER 234 Douglas GOUVEA 25 Ali ALEM 111 Falk SCHULZE-KPPERS 384 140

09:40

Oxygen permeation studies on Processing and characterisation Effect of in situ polymerization catalytically activated Phase evolutions in the Titania- of ceramic matrix composites Elastoplastic models of ceramics conditions on the properties of Preparation of porous capillaries asymmetric ceramic membranes prepared by combination of Alumina coatings fabricated via forming ceramic samples fabricated by using robotic fiber deposition based on MAO/EPD processing of Titanium three different ways of Davide BIGONI 22 colloidal methods Bart MICHIELSEN 123 Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3- and Hamid NIAZI 254 densification Paulina WIECINSKA 166 0.58Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3- Marie-Anne DOURGES 488 Jose M. SERRA 395

10:00

Light scattering study of Couette flow of colloidal suspensions Cyril DANGLADE 21

Formulation of Pickering emulsions using phyllosilicates: Oxygen vacancies formation of effect of the nature and amount mixed conductive SrFeO3-d of phyllosilicate Isao KAGOMIYA 393 David KPOGBEMADOU 125

Oxidation and corrosion of ceramics matrix composites at high temperature under wet atmosphere Ludovic DOUMINGE 521

10:20
Subtheme

Coffee break - 30 minutes Processing Advanced manufacturing I Porous materials Ion transport membranes I Mechanical applications CMC

10:50

The importance of purity in bayer-based reactive aluminas Nils ROSENBERGER 47

Synthesis of nanocrystalline bulk SiO2 stishovite with very high toughness Norimasa NISHIYAMA 161

In situ inorganic foaming of ceramics Elettra PAPA 132

Investigation of phase stability in Microstructure and properties the intermediate temperature Boron carbonitride interphase in of W-C based coatings prepared range of the zirconium-doped ceramic matrix composites: by magnetron sputtering and BSCF perovskite membrane for processing and properties HiTUS oxygen separation Francis TEYSSANDIER 514 Frantisek LOFAJ 240 Olga RAVKINA 417

11:10

Preparation of high solids loading nYAG suspension for transparent YAG ceramics Prabhu RAMANUJAM 44

Determination of oxygen Influences of the open porosity Mechanical properties of Elaboration of Si/C/Zr diffusion and surface exchange and micro-structure on the Mechanical behaviour and electrically conductive ZTA-TiC multielement nanopowders coefficients of mixed ionic and damage of C/C composites under tribological properties of composites with 0.6 to 1.8 yttria using a clicked-polymer-derived electronic conductor materials fatigue thermally sprayed coatings for stabilized TZP reinforcement ceramics route by oxygen semi-permeation Pascal REYNAUD 523 automotive applications Richard LANDFRIED 150 Fabien BOUZAT 136 measurements Andrei MANZAT 235 Pierre-Marie GEFFROY 421

11:30

Microwave drying of cellular ceramic substrates: a modeling approach to understand moisture migration and its effects Amit HALDER 3

Studies of ultrasonic joining of zirconia green tapes Hans-Juergen RICHTER 141

Mullite-based cellular ceramics obtained from preceramic polymers Thomas KONEGGER 185

Oxygen-Permeability through CO-Tolerant FeNiO- Ce.Tb.O- dual phase composite membrane M. BALAGUER 403

Wear resistance properties of laser clad ceramic and metal / ceramic composite coatings Nicolas PREUX 255

Development and characterization of SiC fiber- reinforced porous SiC matrix composites Kazuya SHIMODA 519

11:50

Numerical and experimental analysis of the effect of pore formers on the properties of SOFC mixed conductor cathode Didier BOUVARD 57

Porous polymers, ceramics, Double nano/micro ceramic ceramic/polymer, and metal- Flue gas resistance of LSCFx8 (x = layer as protective coating on doped ceramic/polymer 5, 3, 1) thin metal substrate for long- nanocomposites via freeze term service casting of photo-curable colloidal Manuel HEIDENREICH 406 fluids Armelle VARDELLE 258 Yoram DE HAZAN 191

12:10

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ENSIL - AMPHI A
G- Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices Conductors and coupled phenomena
Charge compensation and optoelectronic properties in oxides in relation with hydrogen impurity (Keynote) Naoki OHASHI 616

ENSIL - AMPHI B
H- Ceramics under severe environments and refractories Retaining Properties to High Temperature I

ENSIL - AMPHI C
I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials Cements, pigments and glazes

COUPOLE - HERMES
Satellite Symposium: FUNEA Synthesis and processing of nitrides

COUPOLE - DIAMANT
D- Bioceramics and health Scaffolds shaping (RP)

Adrien Dubouch Museum City Center

Theme

J- Archeo-Materials
Ancient ceramic body researches with advanced equipments

Subtheme

8:30

Conversion of Amorphous New designs to improve Mechanical and oxidation Towards molecular design of Polymer-derived ceramics into depowdering of 3D-printed performance of Cf-HfB2 UHTC chemical additives for High-pressure Phases of Nitrides calcium phosphate bone graft cementitious materials (Keynote) composites (Keynote) (Keynote) substitutes (Keynote) Robert FLATT 896 Jon BINNER 701 Yoshiyuki SUGAHARA 889 Nicola DOEBELIN 291

9:00

Electric properties of direct microwave sintered ZnO varistors in H and E fields Romain HEUGUET 584

Effect of micronizing on particle Synthesis and applications of Ultra high temperature morphology crystal structure, porous Aluminum-based mechanical testing of ZrB2 based phase composition and optical ceramics ceramics properties of inorganic pigments Greg HILMAS 691 Chrystelle SALAMEH 862 Gulsen Leyla GUNGOR 773

Fabrication of Bioactive Glasses Scaffolds by Robocasting Siamak EQTESADI 322

Technological features of pottery: Red Figured samples from Apulia (Keynote) Lorena Carla GIANNOSSA 846

9:20

First-principles investigation on Micro-stereolithography applied Translucent Sr0.6Ba0.4Nb2O6 Tetrahedrally-coordinated Co(II) Development of a thermal chemical bonding and intrinsic to tissue engineering: multiscale in ceramic pigments: effect of ceramics with electro-optics barrier coating based on polymer- elastic properties of transition macro-microporous scaffolds local environment on optical effect prepared by magnetic field metal diborides TMB2 (TM=Zr, Hf, derived ceramics made of silicated-hydroxyapatite properties and subsequent sintering Gilvan Srgio BARROSO 386 Nb, Ta and Y) Marie LASGORCEIX 316 Michele DONDI 783 Satoshi TANAKA 626 Yanchun ZHOU 734

Analysis of ancient pottery with (ultra)mobile XRF and Raman instruments: the identification of Vietnamese and Chinese ceramic shards found from the port site of Qalhat (Sultanate of Oman) Philippe COLOMBAN 840

09:40

Ni-free black ceramic pigments: Irradiation-enhanced creep in Spectroscopic properties of reappraisal of crystal structures, Porous bioactive glass-ceramics Analysis on Ancient Celadon Si3N4 Foams from Emulsions: advanced sic fibers: in-situ ion- CuInS2 quantum dots embedded optical properties and from preceramic polymers and Pieces from Kiln Sites in Gangjin, processing and microstructure irradiation mechanical testing at fillers in the nanoceramic hosts technological behaviour of Co-Cr- Korea Elisangela GUZI DE MORAES 863 high temperature Fe-Mn spinels Laura FIOCCO 313 Pawel GLUCHOWSKI 619 Ungsoo KIM 844 Juan HUGUET GARCIA 702 Michele DONDI 784

10:00

Dopants effects on the properties of yttria-stabilized zirconia thick films via screen- printing Ali NEMATI 583

Creep behavior of hot pressed Synthesis of (Ni,Fe)Cr2O4 pigments by solution combustion ZrB2 based ultra-high temperature ceramic composites synthesis Manab MALLIK 717 Sergio MESTRE 794

Study and characterization of the Processing of advanced dental Roman ceramics of the zirconia ceramics archaeological area of Vicofertile (Parma, Italy) Andraz KOCJAN 891 Elisa ADORNI 843

10:20
Subtheme

Coffee break - 30 minutes Conductors and coupled phenomena Retaining Properties to High Temperature I Cements, pigments and glazes Synthesis and processing of nitrides Dental implants
Ancient ceramic body researches with advanced equipments

10:50

Behavior and thermal radiative La/Me-substitutions (Me-Co, Zn, properties of hBN coating on C/C composite in severe Cu) in M-type hexagonal ferrites: solubility limits, structure and environment: high temperature, protons bombardment and VUV magnetic properties radiation in high vacuum Jorg TOPFER 602 Marianne BALAT-PICHELIN 718

The use of mangan oxide in olivine based pigments Eda TASCI 798

Sinterability of an Oxynitride Ceramic LaTiO2N Duan LI 867

Alumina/alumina La-glass composites for dental prosthetic applications Cristina SILIGARDI 301

Hispano-Moresque glazed tiles from the National Palace of Sintra, Portugal: a non- destructive study Susana COENTRO 853

11:10

Thermo-mechanical and ablative Characterization of NiCuZn- behaviour of silicon carbide based Ferrite layer co-fired with LTCC concretes for hybrid propulsion dielectric tapes applications Hamid NAGHIB-ZADEH 597 Thierry CUTARD 724

Effect of talc on a TiO2 pigmented glaze for building coating with high solar reflectance Chiara FERRARI 767

Corrosion behavior of Bttger Meissen red stoneware: ZrO2/Ti6Al4V ceramic Functionalization of nitride a comprehensive on-site Raman engineering ceramics by polymer nanostructured films for dental and XRF study of French and US derived sintering aids applications collections Pavol SAJGALIK 869 Maria Eugenia CONTRERAS Gulsu SIMSEK 852 GARCIA 317

11:30

The use of digital imaging Elaboration and characterization technique to support mechanical Production of metallic glazes for Influence of the starting of a spiral piezoelectric energy behavior analysis for evaluation wall tiles and their industrial precursors on high temperature behavior of SiOCN ceramics harvester of the thermal shock ability of applications Van Lam NGUYEN 861 Mohamed RGUITI 615 refractories Keriman PEKKAN 780 Younes BELRHITI 736

A new testing protocol for zirconia dental implants Jrme CHEVALIER 331

Technological evolution of pottery from the site of Khirbet al-Batrawy (Jordan) Laura MEDEGHINI 847

11:50

Piezoelectric performance of lead based ceramics by hot isostatic pressing Rohan HOLMES 622

Scheelite ABO4 to perovskite Thermomechanical computation Combined use of ball and stirred AB(O,N)3 transition induced by of refractory lining accounting for media mills for milling tile glazes nitrogen substitution chemical swelling Yeim BALTACI 804 Wenjie LI 870 Eric BLOND 730

Yttria stabilised zirconia with improved fracture toughness and flexural strength Nuno NEVES 286

12:10

Lunch

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Oral presentations - Tuesday June 25 - PM


ROOM Theme

CEC - AMPHI 1
A- Fundamentals from theory to practice Sintering

CEC - AMPHI 2
B- Innovative processing and Synthesis
Non-conventional sintering I - Fast Sintering

CEC - AMPHI 3
B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Powder synthesis and characterization II

CEC - AMPHI 4
E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment

CEC - P.BOCH

CEC - J.DESMAISON

C- Surface engineering and F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites ceramic coating Modified chemical surface properties CNT & graphene

Subtheme

Fuel cells & Electrolysers II

13:30

Thermodynamic study with spark plasma sintering (Keynote) Zhe ZHAO 68

Preparation-microstructure- Crystal structures and oxide-ion Biomimetic, nanostructured property relationships in double- Flash sintering of oxide and non- conductivity along c-axis of coatings: super-hydrophobic oxide ceramics and the influence walled carbon apatite-type lanthanum silicates performances and applications nanotubes/alumina composites of specimen geometry (Keynote) (Keynote) (Keynote) (Keynote) Richard TODD 131 Koichiro FUKUDA 400 Mariarosa RAIMONDO 257 Alicia WEIBEL 492

14:00

Spark Plasma Sintering of alumina and aluminium nitride- based ceramic composites: influence of the electrical and thermal properties Maryse DEMUYNCK 37

Material and process characterization of Carbon - Silicon Carbide composites prepared by tape casting and sintered by field assisted sintering technique Francisco RAMOS 102

Thick magnetic and dielectric films produced by electrophoretic deposition Carmen GALASSI 904

Electrospining as new tool to fine Chemical and mechanical tune the pore architecture of durability of superhydrophobic novel SOFC anode materials coatings based on fluorosilane Gerard CADAFALCH GAZQUEZ modified alumina 385 Saara HEINONEN 230

Development of Si3N4 + graphene platelet composites Jan DUSZA 515

14:20

Application and criticism of Synthesis of Ti-based nanofibers: Oxygen defect structure in steady state creep model to the effect of processing Elaboration of porous zirconia by double perovskite GdBaCo2O5+ spark plasma sintering of conditions on the flash welding by first-principles DFT with crystallographic and structural alumina powder and comparison Anne CORDIER 118 Monte Carlo simulations properties with hot pressing Hiromasa SHIIBA 390 Anna Maria KESZLER 116 Guy ANTOU 40

Anizotropic grain growth in mullite powders for superhydrophobic surface morphology Nazim KUNDURACI 253

Boron nitride nanotubes as reinforcement in zirconia ceramics Peter TATARKO 532

14:40

Mechanics of viscous sintering in micro- and macro-scales Fumihiro WAKAI 28

Spark plasma sintering of polymer-derived amorphous SiBCN powders Mirna BECHELANY 124

Synthesis and electrochemical Electrospinning of ferroelectric characterization of lanthanum (Na,K)NbO3 (NKN) fiber through silicates as ionic conducting citrate precursor route materials for fuel cells Minato KATO 148 applications Aenor PONS 367

Electrophoretic deposition of Enhanced mechanical properties colloidal particles on metallic of 3Y-TZP/ MWCNTs composite substrate for tuneable coating at room and high temperatures properties Farhad GOLESTANI-FARD 538 Aude CHARLOT 236

15:00

Electrospun ultra thin polymer Silicon nitride foams Analysis of pore shrinkage driven fibers with added nanoparticles Metallic Sponge Integrated Solid strengthened by pressure-less by grain-boundary sliding for useful applications Oxide Fuel Cell spark plasma sintering Muhammad ANIS-UR-REHMAN Byung-Nam KIM 19 Angela GONDOLINI 890 Elisangela GUZI DE MORAES 129 152

TiO2/SiO2 composite nanoparticle coating for paperboard on roll-to-roll process Janne HAAPANEN 231

Nano reinforced refractory materials: new ceramic matrix composite and architecture Jean-Marc HEINTZ 517

15:20

Final stage grain growth during two step sintering of magnesia, yttria, and zirconia doped polycrystalline alumina Duan GALUSEK 29

3 and 8 mol% Yttria-doped Zirconia: conventional versus flash sintering Emmanuelle BICHAUD 134

Soft processing of ceramics: direct fabrication of ceramics films and patterns from solution without firing of powders/particles Masahiro YOSHIMURA 252

15:40
Subtheme

Coffee break/Poster Session I Sintering


Non-conventional sintering I - Fast Sintering

Powder synthesis and characterization II


Effects of catalysts on the self propagating high temperature synthesis (shs) of zirconium diboride Mehmet BUGDAYCI 156

Fuel cells & Electrolysers II

Modified chemical surface properties

Processing II

16:40

Temperature-dependent sintering of cubic zirconia Vaclav POUCHLY 61

Flash sintering and breakdown behavior of cubic stabilized zirconia Vincenzo M. SGLAVO 145

Conductivity degradation in SOFC zirconia electrolytes analysed via XRD and related techniques Mark TERNER 407

Infrared transparent SiAlON ceramic thin films deposited via ion beam sputtering Qian LIU 256

Two-colour powder injection moulding of black and white zirconia composites Anne MANNSCHATZ 497

17:00

Solid State Oxygen Diffusion in Alumina and Effect of Mg dopants (Microstructure) Abhishek TEWARI 54

Effect of current on spark- plasma-sintering (SPS) of transparent MgAl2O4 spinel Koji MORITA 149

Synthesis of porous iron oxide Ceramics composites with Further development of aqueous Measurement of thermal nanostructures: synthesis mullite obtained by tape casting processing routes for alternative conductivity on nano scaled thin mechanisms and structural with increased mechanical SOFC materials film and thin-layered materials properties properties Maarten VERBRAEKEN 404 Hans-W. MARX 247 Olivier GERBER 164 Kvin BOUSSOIS 504

17:20

Spark plasma sintering of boron High performance computing of carbide ceramics using metallic sintering process at grain scale aluminium Franois VALDIVIESO 33 Meral CENGIZ 157

Detonation process for the synthesis of nanoceramics Pierre GIBOT 169

Microwave deposition of copper Molecular dynamics simulation Lithium-doped Zinc oxide TCOs nanometer particles on different of oxide ion conduction in doped films by sol-gel route LaGaO3 carbon substrates Susana MIHAIU 260 Mi-Young YOON 413 Marianne LE TRODEC 524

17:40

Influence of initial particle contact number on the simulation of thin ceramic film sintering Tobias RASP 59

Flash sintering of YSZ-alumina composite Kiran Suresh NAIK 160

Mechanochemical synthesis of Hydrothermal synthesis of Gd- carbon and ceramic doped cerian nano-cube for high nanomaterials by a high-energy efficient solid oxides fuel cells ball-milling process Takeshi HASHISHIN 433 Satoshi OHARA 175

Metal oxide-based ceramic coatings and correlation between their structure and optic/electronic properties Guillaume SALEK 242

Grain boundary fracture toughness of Si3N4 ceramics measured using very small specimens Junichi TATAMI 518

18:00

Simulation of grain growth and sintering process by combined phase-field/discrete-element method Kazunari SHINAGAWA 35

Rapid sintering of crack-free zirconia ceramics David SALAMON 174

Fabrication of magnesium Strontium diffusion in aluminate fibres by magnetron sputtered gadolinia- forcespinning for virus removal doped ceria thin film barrier application coatings for solid oxide fuel cells Mateusz SCHABIKOWSKI 176 Steffen SONDERBY 428

18:20

Chemiosensor Response of Nanostructured Semiconductor Oxides Jose ARANA VARELA 876

18:20

Conferences end followed by the Student Evening

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Oral presentations - Tuesday June 25 - PM


ROOM

ENSIL - AMPHI A
G- Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices Dielectrics and lead-free piezoceramics

ENSIL - AMPHI B
H- Ceramics under severe environments and refractories Processing for Severe Environments II
Zirconium-based non-oxide ceramics: preparation, microstructure tailoring and properties (Keynote) Guo-Jun ZHANG 698

ENSIL - AMPHI C
I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials
Geopolymers and chemical consolidation of materials

ROOM COUPOLE - HERMES ENSIL - AMPHI COUPOLE A - DIAMANT ENSIL - AMPHI B

Theme

Subtheme

G- Electro-magnetic and H- Ceramics under severe I- Silicate and traditional Satellite Symposium: Theme D- Bioceramics and health J- Archeo-Materials optical ceramics and environments and ceramics - Innovation in FUNEA devices refractories construction materials Studies on glazes, pigments, Characterization Dielectrics and and lead-free Processing for Severe Geopolymers and chemical Subtheme Composites, multimaterials decoration an firing methods of consolidation of materials modelling of nitrides piezoceramics Environments II ancien pottery
Atomic Resolution Investigation Growing Integration Zirconium-based non-oxide Layer [GIL] Effect of firing atmosphere and of the Nano/Microstructure Function o of f supercapacitor Geopolymers in construction ceramics: Strategy: preparation of preparation, glaze thickness on the coloring of layer (Keynote) (Keynote) microstructure tailoring and bioactive ceramic layers on Amorphous Carbonitrides 13:30 Silicon nanoceramic Goryeo Celadon (Keynote) Alexsandra IVANOVA 581 Jan WASTIELS 894 properties (Keynote) (Keynote) metallic materials (Keynote) Jae-Hwan PEE 845 Guo-Jun Gabriela MERA 868 Masahiro YOSHIMURA 319 ZHANG 698

Adrien Dubouch Museum - City ENSIL - AMPHI C Centre

COUPOLE - HERMES

Satellite Symposium: FUNEA

Characterization and modelling of nitrides

13:30

Function of supercapacitor nanoceramic layer (Keynote) Alexsandra IVANOVA 581

Geopolymers in construction (Keynote) Jan WASTIELS 894

Atomic Resolution Investigat of the Nano/Microstructure Amorphous Silicon Carbonitri (Keynote) Gabriela MERA 868

14:00

Grain size-induced transitions between antiferroelectric and ferroelectric phases in NaNbO3 ceramics Jurij KORUZA 605

Spark Plasma Sintering of mechanically activated Si+C mixtures Sophie LE GALLET 731

Structural clay modifications during the geomimetic processing as evidenced by 29Si and 27Al solid state MAS NMR Gisle Laure LECOMTE-NANA 774

Structural clay modifications Grain size-induced transitions The production and during the geomimetic Theoretical study of the Reduced Pigment (Clay-Paste) between antiferroelectric and of Spark Plasma Sintering of characterization Bioglass- structural properties of some Lusters: old processing texts, new as evidenced by 29Si ferroelectric p hases i n N aNbO3 mechanically a ctivated S i+C Titania-Hydroxylapatite T ernary 14:00 and 27Al solid state MAS NMR Oxynitride perovskites experiments ceramics mixtures Biocomposites Gisle Esther ORISAKWE 864 Sevim CIZER 849 Laure LECOMTE-NANA Jurij KORUZA Ziya 605 Engin ERKMEN Sophie 298 LE GALLET 731 774

Theoretical study of the structural properties of som Oxynitride perovskites Esther ORISAKWE 864

14:20

KNN materials for ultrasonic transducer applications Gustavo MATA-OSORO 596

Preparation and characterization of novel composite High-temperature bioglass The oxidation Reflections Reactivity of Anatolian of ashes from different Cerium-doped LaSi3N5 terna High-temperature oxidation Reactivity of ashes from different Cerium-doped LaSi3N5 ternary KNN materials for ultrasonic porous scaffolds b resistance oron nitride coating Cultural for carbon Heritage waste on Turkish sources for chemical nitride: computed electron resistance coating for carbon waste sources for chemical nitride: computed electronic transducer applications 14:20 nanotubes reinforced for fibrous hard materials Contemporary Clay Art consolidation structure and band gaps fibrous materials consolidation structure and band gaps Gustavo MATA-OSORO 596 tissue engineering Natalya BAKLANOVA Sevim 720 CIZER Annalisa 848 NATALI MURRI 759 Ismail IBRAHIM 866 Natalya BAKLANOVA 720 Annalisa NATALI MURRI 759 Ismail IBRAHIM 866 Luca BERTOLLA 314

14:40

Characterization of Development of transparent lead- Sintering of graphene toughened geopolymerization using 23Na free Piezoceramics by laser SiC NMR, 27Al NMR, 29Si NMR and fusing Zoltan KAROLY 692 rheology Firas HMOOD 598 Aurelie FAVIER 761

Improving understanding of Characterization of Development lead- Boundary conditions at the of transparent Preparation of poly(ethylene ancient technology by analysis Sintering of graphene toughened geopolymerization using 23Na free lP iezoceramics by laser contact with nitrides ayers glycol)-imogolite nanotube and comparison of prehistoric SiC NMR, 27Al NMR, 29Si NMR and 14:40 coated surfaces (Keynote) fusing composite gels Orkney pottery specimens with Zoltan KAROLY 692 rheology Firas HMOOD 598 Corneliu BALAN 887 Kie FUJIKURA 310 modern analogues Aurelie FAVIER 761 Mark CASSIDY 841

Boundary conditions at the contact with nitrides layers coated surfaces (Keynote) Corneliu BALAN 887

15:00

Hydrothermal Synthesis of Ta- doped K0.5Na0.5NbO3 Powders Jae-Ho JEON 601

Nano-SiC/Carbon nanotubes composites sintered by SPS: synthesis and mechanical characterization Briac LANFANT 683

Mechanical, Thermal and Chemical Properties of Geopolymer Pastes based on Perlite tailings Chrysanthi PANAGIOTOPOULOU 799

15:00

Mechanical, Thermal and Mechanical Properties and Nano-SiC/Carbon nanotubes The tiles of Diyarbakir St. Hosef Chemical Properties of Bioactivity of Bovine Hydrothermal Synthesis of Ta- Armenian atholic Church: works composites sintered by SC PS: Geopolymer Pastes based on Hydroxyapatite (BHA)-Nano doped K0.5Na0.5NbO3 Powders synthesis and m echanical of conservation, restoration, Perlite tailings Barium Strontium Titanium Jae-Ho JEON 601 characterization project and practicing Chrysanthi PANAGIOTOPOULOU Oxide (Nano BST) Composites Briac LANFANT 683 Ayse CETIN 842 799 Nermin DEMIRKOL 324

15:20

Engineering of lead-free piezoelectric (Na,K)NbO3 ceramics and film via aqueous- based chelate precursor Ken-Ichi KAKIMOTO 603

New ceramic heating element based on MoSi2 composites Mohamed ZAKI 737

Performance evaluation of geopolymers based on Hellenic industrial by-products: Mechanical, Thermal and Chemical properties Chrysanthi PANAGIOTOPOULOU 800

15:20

Performance evaluation of geopolymers based on Hellenic Engineering o Fabrication f lead-free of Tissue Engineered industrial by-products: Scaffold from Hydroxyapatite/ New ceramic heating element piezoelectric (Na,K)NbO3 Mechanical, Thermal and Alginate based on MoSi2 composites ceramics and film via aqueous- Chemical properties Masoumeh HAGHBIN Mohamed ZAKI 737 based chelate precursor Chrysanthi PANAGIOTOPOULOU NAZARPAK 320 Ken-Ichi KAKIMOTO 6 03 800
Coffee break/Poster Session I I Coffee break/Poster Session

15:40
Subtheme

Coffee break/Poster Session I


Lead-free piezoceramics and techniques

15:40
Geopolymers and chemical consolidation of materials
Subtheme

Processing for Severe Environments II

Processing for Severe Lead-free piezoceramics and Geopolymers and chemical Composites, multimaterials decoration an firing methods of techniques consolidation of materials Environments II
ancien pottery

Studies on glazes, pigments,

16:40

Are potassium sodium niobate Effect of different conditions on Consolidating reactions involved based materials suitable for thick phase evolution in MgO - SiO2 - in the strengthening of a lateritic film technology? H2O system geomimetic material Jernej PAVLIC 618 Ryszard PROROK 725 Bi Irie Herve GOURE DOUBI 775

16:40

Are potassium sodium niobate Effect of different conditions on Consolidating reactions involved ATZ bioceramics made by based materials suitable for thick phase evolution in MgO - SiO2 - in the strengthening of a lateritic pressure filtration film technology? H2O system geomimetic material Claudia ORTMANN 311 Jernej PAVLIC 618 Ryszard PROROK 725 Bi Irie Herve GOURE DOUBI 775

17:00

Bi-based high-strain lead-free incipient piezoceramics Juergen ROEDEL 625

Hydraulic activity of the compound of the calcia-alumina- zirconia (CaO-Al2O3-ZrO2) Replacing of metakaolin by Thai system and its potential kaolin to synthesize geopolymer applications in MgO-based Pimpawee KEAWPAPASSON 779 refractories Dominika MADEJ 688

17:00

Hydraulic activity of the compound of the calcia-alumina- (CaO-Al2O3-ZrO2) Bi-based high-strain Investigations lead-free on Zzirconia TA ceramic Replacing of metakaolin by Thai system and its potential incipient piezoceramics based on unstabilised zirconia kaolin to synthesize geopolymer applications in MgO-based Pimpawee KEAWPAPASSON 779 Juergen ROEDEL 6 Sabine 25 BEGAND 329 refractories Dominika MADEJ 688

17:20

Vanadium and Tungsten doping Alkali aggregate reaction in Mix design of refractory of BNT-based ferroelectric metakaolin based geopolymer castables by multiscale approach ceramics mortar Emmanuel CAILLEUX 690 Michael NADERER 614 Raphaelle POUHET 790

17:20

Mechanical properties and low Vanadium and Tungsten doping temperature degradation Mix design of refractory of BNT-based ferroelectric resistance of 2.5Y-TZP alumina castables by multiscale approach ceramics Emmanuel CAILLEUX 690 composites Michael NADERER 614 Frank KERN 305

Alkali aggregate reaction in metakaolin based geopolymer mortar Raphaelle POUHET 790

17:40

Structural evolution and electrical properties in the Multiscale approach to assist the Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3 - Na0.5Bi0.5ZrO3 development and adaptation of (NBT - NBZ) and K0.5Bi0.5TiO3 - refractory castables formulation K0.5Bi0.5ZrO3 (KBT - KBZ) solid Maria TRAIANIDIS 879 solutions Pascal MARCHET 592

Fire resistant materials Konstantinos SAKKAS 792

17:40

Structural evolution and electrical properties in the A study of wear mechanism Multiscale approach to assist the Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3 - Na0.5Bi0.5ZrO3 difference of Biolox delta tested development and adaptation of (NBT - NBZ) and K0.5Bi0.5TiO3 - refractory castables formulation in water and serum solution K0.5Bi0.5ZrO3 (KBT - KBZ) solid Maria TRAIANIDIS 879 Peng ZENG 318 solutions Pascal MARCHET 592

Fire resistant materials Konstantinos SAKKAS 792

18:00

Synthesis and properties of inorganic polymers from a slag high in Al and Fe Yiannis PONTIKES 805

18:00

Synthesis and properties of inorganic polymers from a slag high in Al and Fe Yiannis PONTIKES 805

18:20

18:20

18:20

Conferences end followed by t he Student Evening 18:20

Conferences end followed by the Student Evening

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Oral presentations - Wednesday June 26


ROOM Theme Subtheme

CEC - AMPHI 1
A-Fundamentals from theory to practice Mechanical properties

CEC - AMPHI 2
B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Advanced manufacturing II

CEC - AMPHI 3
H- Ceramics under severe environments and refractories Degradation and Oxidation I

CEC - AMPHI 4
E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment Fuel cells & Electrolysers III

CEC - J.DESMAISON
F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites Mechanical properties I

08:30

Accommodation processes in superplastic ceramics (Keynote) Arturo DOMINGUEZ-RODRIGUEZ 7

Advances in Ceramic Green Tape Technology (Keynote) Andreas ROOSEN 903

All porous SOFC: a bridge of technology Mechanisms of degradation and selection of refractories in reactors of between dual and single chamber biomass gasification (Keynote) (Keynote) Jacques POIRIER 703 Youmin GUO 440

Toughness of Al2O3/SiC nanocomposites (Keynote) Carmen BAUDN 491

9:00

Micro-mechanical testing of zirconia Erik CAMPOSILVAN 4

Properties of self-glazing Al2O3-C- Nanocomposite cathodes for Direct prototyping of alumina 3D parts refractories influenced by the graphite intermediate temperature solid oxide BN reinforced Y--SiAlON composites by selective laser consolidation content and nanoscaled additives fuel cells Jethro GARRETT 487 Enrique JUSTE 130 Susann LUDWIG 714 Vladislav SADYKOV 435

09:20

Measuring fracture toughness in ceramics using microcantilever beams Andrew NORTON 14

Soft lithographic nanometer-scale patterning of functional oxides Johan E. TEN ELSHOF 143

Development and testing of carbon and zirconia infiltrated silicon carbide Spark plasma sintering of titanium SrOcontaining diopside glass-ceramic materials as high temperature carbide reinforced alumina composites sealants for solid oxide fuel cells refractories in coal ash gasification produced from nanopowders Allu AMARNATH REDDY 371 reactors Sigalas IAKOVOS 490 Gisela STANDKE 696

09:40

Growing of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) Incorporating intrinsic length-scales in Interaction of ceramic refractories with Solid freeform manufacturing of dense on asymmetric porous ceramic fracture toughness of microstructured potassium containing salts in substrates by catalytic chemical vapor and precise ceramic structures ceramics combustion environments deposition (CCVD) Johannes HOMA 144 Andrea PICCOLROAZ 11 Na LI 711 Adrian SIMON 366

Superhard ceramic materials Mathias HERRMANN 525

10:00

Zirconoxide based ceramics in heterogeneous loading situations Andreas KAILER 12

Aqueous suspensions of glass silicate Slag conditioning and its effect on MgO- dielectric powders for ink-jet printing C refractory corrosion performance applications Ana Paula DA LUZ 693 Marc SINGLARD 154

Nanohardness testing of WC Co cemented carbides Annamaria DUSZOVA 483

10:20
Subtheme

Coffee break - 30 minutes Microstructure


Microstructure, degradation and macroscopic electric behavior of ZnO varistors Raschid BARAKI 16

Advanced manufacturing II

Degradation and Oxidation I


Effect of graphite and silicon carbide addition on the decomposition of doloma-zirconia refractories Krzysztof DUL 708

Fuel cells & Electrolysers III


Influence of porosity on densification and grain growth kinetics of Ce0.9Gd0.1O1.95 tape De Wei NI 383

Mechanical properties I

10:50

In situ rheological investigation of ceramic suspensions inkjet printing Marguerite BIENIA 155

Friction and scratch damage in 3Y- TZP/MWCNT composites Latifa MELK 520

11:10

Structure-properties relationship for Smart endoscopic devices based on silicon nitride ceramic trough hot optical fibers hosting biosensors Corrosive attack of poly- and single- pressing processing with cooling rate elaborated by coupling ink-jet printing, crystalline 8Y-ZrO2 by silicate slags variation EISA and click chemistry Yannick HEMBERGER 735 Vitaly PETROVSKY 62 Olivia DE LOS COBOS 162

Thermomechanical Properties of Re- oxidation Stable Y-SrTiO3 Ceramic Anode Substrate Material Viacheslav VASECHKO 436

Tribological properties of Si3N4- graphene at room and elevated temperatures Pavol HVIZDOS 489

11:30

Evaluation of porosity-dependent Microstructure Evaluation of Laser Features of high-temperature Fabrication of ceramic microreactors Youngs modulus of Floating Zone Melted Al2O3/YAG/ZrO2 oxidation of the titanium at long times by soft lithography-inspired technique La0.60Sr0.40Co0.20Fe0.80O3- films: Hypereutectic in situ Composite of soaking Agata GRZELAK 167 experiments and modelling Haijun SU 45 Konstantin SHASHKEEV 707 Zhangwei CHEN 379 Microstructure characteristic and interface evolution of directionally Selective mask sintering: a novel solid solidified Al2O3/GdAlO3 eutectic freeform fabrication technique for ceramics by laser floating zone melting ceramics with high temperature gradient Philipp GINGTER 171 Haijun SU 52

High Temperature Tribological Properties of TiCN- and ZrB2-based ceramics Bikramjit BASU 501

11:50

Engineering ceramics and their composites-tailoring material variables for tribological application Bikramjit BASU 503

12:10
Subtheme

Lunch
THEME I - Silicate ceramics,properties Thermal treatments & microstructures and processing Ni-Ti co-doped hibonite ceramic pigments: synthesis, crystal structure and optical properties Chiara ZANELLI 806 Mechanical resistance under compression of porous anisotropic ceramics obtained by freeze casting Dominique HAUTCOEUR 126 Degradation and Oxidation II Batteries & Sensors Properties

13:30

Oxidation behavior of ZrC/SiC composites in air at very high temperatures Ludovic CHARPENTIER 712

Design of alumina-based multilayer The hydration role in the formation of microstructural composites with highly cubic phases of Li7La3Zr2O12 textured layers for tailoring mechanical Guillermo LARRAZ 388 properties (Keynote) Gary MESSING 513 Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 - zirconia composites: the influence of phase composition and microstructure on the electrical, electro-mechanical and fracture behaviour Andreja BENCAN 496

13:50

Characterization and modeling of the The Production of synthetic wollastonit Coarsening of high purity SiC particles oxidation spreading around an impact Thin film Li7La3Zr2O12 electrolyte for with precipitated calcium carbonate by recrysrallization on a ceramic matrix composite under all solid state Lithium ion batteries Eda TASCI 797 Eunju LEE 135 oxidizing atmospheric conditions Martin FINSTERBUSCH 409 Matthieu HERBRETEAU 740

14:10

Anisotropy of thermal conductivity and Corrosion behavior and thermal shock Minimizing energy consumption during Young's modulus in kaolin based resistance of silicon nitride in contact heat treatment of technical ceramics ceramics with molten copper Friedrich RAETHER 139 David S. SMITH 768 Alexander RENZ 677

Electrochemical properties of hollow Electrical response to humidity of TiO2: iron oxide nanostructures as WO3 doped sensors investigated by electrodes for super capacitor or Li- Impedance Spectroscopy battery Pedro FAIA 531 Olivier GERBER 418

14:30

Processing and sliding wear behavior of Deterioration behavior of TiN coatings Li doped iron oxide as a new material Properties of amine-based modified SiC ceramics sintered with 1 wt % after pulsed laser thermal shock for NO2 detection sulfur mortar additives Seol JEON 727 Mohamed HASSAN 414 Kwon HYUK 544 B.V.Manoj KUMAR 188

14:50 15:30 18:55

Coffee break/Poster Session II Plenary Session - ENSIL AMPHI Conferences end followed by the gala dinner

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Oral presentations - Wednesday June 26


ROOM Theme Subtheme

ENSIL - AMPHI A

ENSIL - AMPHI B

G- Electro-magnetic and optical H- Ceramics under severe ceramics and devices environments and refractories Retaining Properties to High Laser and LED materials Temperature II
Production and characterization of layered YAG - Yb:YAG laser ceramic structures (Keynote) Laura ESPOSITO 607

I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials Silicate ceramics,properties and processing

ENSIL - AMPHI C

COUPOLE - HERMES
Satellite Symposium: FUNEA Applications of nitrides

COUPOLE - DIAMANT
D- Bioceramics and health Biological behaviour of biomaterials

08:30

Functional coatings on carbon bonded Europium and Cerium-Doped MgSiN2 Influence of nanoscaled bioactive glass European ceramic industry towards an filters for advanced metal melt and LaSi3N5 - Electronic Structure and on the osteoclastic differentiation of hypocarbonic economy (Keynote) filtration (Keynote) RAW 264.7 cells (Keynote) Luminescent Properties (Keynote) Eliseo MONFORT 895 Christos G ANEZIRIS 880 Rainer DETSCH 328 Zoltan LENCES 871

9:00

Characterization of thermal lensing in Design and evaluation of mullite based- Surface metrology of ceramic tiles: a layered YAG - Yb:YAG laser ceramic castables for petrochemical application tailored procedure structures Ana Paula DA LUZ 676 Elisa RAMBALDI 762 Guido TOCI 594

Preparation of Eu2+-doped barium calcium silicon oxynitride and luminescence properties Kiyoshi ITATANI 874

Ceramic powder engulfment by fibroblasts does not alter at all cell behavior Pierre-Antoine FAYE 289

09:20

Spectroscopic and thermal investigation of the dual-wavelength Temperature dependent thermo- Improving the frost resistance of clay laser generation of the new Nd3+- mechanical behavior of novel alumina roof tiles beyond current prediction doped YGd2Sc2Al2GaO12 mixed based refractories schemes Chiara ZANELLI 764 garnet ceramic Anna BOEHM 680 Guillaume ALOMBERT-GOGET 595

Europium and cerium doped ternary silicon nitride-based phosphors Monika HRABALOVA 875

Effect of surface charges on early osseointegration of polarized Ti implant Kosuke NOZAKI 312

09:40

The effect of thermal annealing of YAG:Nd nanoceramics on their luminescence properties Dariusz HRENIAK 620

Al2O3-SiC-C monolithic refractories Synthesis and structural investigations releasing no hydrogen for blast furnace Thermal conductivity of very porous of a CrN/ordered mesoporous carbon runners: a step towards higher safety kaolin based ceramics nanocomposite and performance Julie BOURRET 777 Julien KIENER 860 Jrme SOUDIER 705

Electrical activity of ferroelectric biomaterials Premysl VANEK 327

10:00

Considerable improvement of long- persistent luminescence in germanium and tin substituted ZnGa2O4 Sebastien CHENU 627

Elaboration and characterization of composite materials for structures with high thermal holding Sonia ABIDI 795

Kinetics of early stages dissolution of human enamel in white wine Dagmar GALUSKOVA 302

10:20
Subtheme

Laser and LED materials


Tape Casting of Transparent Doped Yttria Alumina Garnets for Optical Applications Michael BECK 613

Retaining Properties to High Temperature II


MgO-C refractories for the lining of gasification chambers: technical capabilities and limitations Susann LUDWIG 713

Coffee break - 30 minutes Silicate ceramics,properties and processing

Applications of nitrides

DDS, hybrids
Calcium phosphate pellets for bone filling and in situ drug delivery: modulation of substance release by polymers coating Karine GIRY 288

10:50

Porous and nanostructures boron New approaches for the simulation of nitride as host materials for hydrides: the sustainability of slip resistance and preparation, characterization and cleanability of ceramic tiles application Marcel ENGELS 786 Georges MOUSSA 865

11:10

Processing of luminescent multilayer converter ceramics for light emitting diodes Irene PRICHA 600

High temperature behavior of Polymer-derived silicon nitride, Optimization in roller-machine forming refractory materials from the MgO- oxynitride and carbonitride Novel pH-sensitive bio-hybrid systems process using Taguchi method to CaO-Al2O3-ZrO2 system in contact by microporous membranes for hydrogen for drug controlled release obtain strong porcelain tableware cement clinker purification Andrea RUFFINI 292 Nobuaki KAMOCHI 787 Edyta SNIEZEK 745 Cristina SCHITCO 872

11:30

Color temperature tuning for high power phosphor converted white LEDs Size effect in fibre reinforced refractory Volume changes in porcelain bodies by Ce: YAG/Ce, Cr:YAG, Ce:YAG/Ce, Pr: concretes during the cooling phase after firing YAG dual-layered composite ceramic Thierry CUTARD 721 Daniele REBECCHI 789 phosphor plates Hui LIN 608 Dependence of rare-earth concentration on Blue Up-conversion photoluminescence properties for Tm3+/Yb3+ Co-doped TeO2 based glasses Masayuki UCHIDA 611

Chemical formation of silicon nitride- based ceramics from polymer precursors (Keynote) Yuji IWAMOTO 888

Inorganic-organic hybrids based on PVA and Silica: development and characterization Salma NAGA 330

11:50

Anti-slip treatments on ceramic tiles: a producer-oriented approach Elisa RAMBALDI 791

Effect of carbonate addition on the dissolution behaviour of calcium- salt poly (-glutamic acid) / silica hybrid hydrogel for cartilage reconstruction Jin NAKAMURA 309

12:10

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CEC - AMPHI 1
A- Fundamentals from theory to practice Microstructure

CEC - AMPHI 2
B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Films & coatings

CEC - AMPHI 3
E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment Ion transport membranes II

CEC - AMPHI 4
E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment Fuels, reactors & storage

CEC - J.DESMAISON
F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites Mechanical properties II

Subtheme

08:30

Prediction of interafaces structure, dislocations and energy minima (Keynote) Witold LOJKOWSKI 65

Polymer-derived ceramics: an innovative concept toward complex silicon-based (nano)structures (Keynote) Samuel BERNARD 137

Investigation of dual phase membranes for CO2 separation (Keynote) Rune BREDESEN 878

Oxide-based ceramic materials and Strength degradation of low integrated structured reactors/heat temperature co-fired ceramics under exchangers for thermochemical biaxial loading: Effect of humidity and storage of solar heat (Keynote) temperature (Keynote) Christos AGRAFIOTIS 381 Raul BERMEJO 533

9:00

Atomistic Simulation of doped - Alumina Interfaces and Cl impurities Abhishek TEWARI 53

Development of metal core piezoelectric fibre with new field of choice for the core Aurlien DOLAY 120

Conditions of optimal bulk protonation in perovskite ceramics Aneta SLODCZYK 420

New catalysts for intensified H2 production by steam methane reforming Damien DI MARCO 382

Designing near-zero thermal expansion ceramic composites for space applications Helen REVERON 498

09:20

3D EBSD - a novel approach to three dimensional microstructure analysis of ceramics Marek FARYNA 43

Low temperature deposition of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles on (bio)polymers Lize JASPERS 151

Surface modification of La0,6Sr0,4Co0,2Fe0,8O3- hollow fiber membranes for oxygen separation Bart MICHIELSEN 375

Preparation of modified titania and Thermal shock resistance of Si3N4-SiC titanate nanostructures via composites sintered with rare earth hydrothermal processing oxide additives Kai HERBST 397 Monika KAIAROV 526

09:40

New frontiers in relation microelectronics higher level Rotary printing for the manufacture integration and fractal microstructure of Sub-m thin TCO Films analysis Moritz WEGENER 158 Vojislav MITIC 63

Manufacturing of multi-layer membrane systems for hydrogen separation via tape-casting Wendelin DEIBERT 438

ZnO monoliths prepared by combustion synthesis and used for hot gas desulfurization Andr AYRAL 394

Mullite-tialite composites: material properties for thermal mechanical applications in technical ceramics Pascual GARCA-PREZ 529

10:00

TEM in-situ nanocompression experiments on nano-structured ceramics (Mechanical properties) Jrme CHEVALIER 26

Mechanical properties of ceramic Fabrication of dense and adherent Influence of oxygen potential on ceramic coatings by powder membrane materials for reducing C2 microstructure and interdiffusion in deposition without sintering (U,Pu)O2x fuel emissions from power plants Olivier DURAND-PANTEIX 163 Sgolne BERZATI 424 Vasiliki STOURNARI 430

10:20
Subtheme

Coffee break/Poster Session II Microstructure Films & coatings Functional ceramics Fuels, reactors & storage Mechanical properties II

11:20

Anisotropic mullite recrystallization in Ti3SiC2 thin films produced by layered materials with an organized Aerosol Deposition Method microstructure Malgorzata Anna PIECHOWIAK 168 Philippe BLANCHART 34

Mesoporous silica-titania composite photocatalyst for environmental purification Junichi HOJO 391

From raw materials to final characteristics of mixed uranium- plutonium carbide fuel pellets Christelle DUGUAY 380

Mechanical properties of biomorphic graphite/copper composites Amanda CHILDERS 486

11:40

Influence of pore orientation on shrinkage anisotropy in tape-cast products Zongwen FU 69

Green film characterisation by optical Graphene/alumina composite with profilometry tunable charge carrier type Robert MCKE 172 Yuchi FAN 441

High-temperature creep behavior of Influence of sintering conditions on dense SiOC-based ceramic Pu homogeneity in Cr doped MOX nanocomposites: microstructural and fuel: EPMA, XRD and XAS study phase composition effects Jean-Marc HEINTZ 422 Emanuel IONESCU 511

12:00

Grain size distribution in strained ceramics; a phase-field model Diego GOMEZ-GARCIA 2

Highly crystallized h-BN coatings on titanium substrates using of a crystallization promoter and an innovative thermal annealing Stephane BENAYOUN 193

12:20

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ENSIL - AMPHI A

ENSIL - AMPHI B

ENSIL - AMPHI C
I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials
Silicate ceramics, energy saving and waste recycling

COUPOLE - DIAMANT
D- Bioceramics and health CaP - Bioglasses

Theme

G- Electro-magnetic and optical H- Ceramics under severe ceramics and devices environments and refractories Transparent materials Porous Ceramics for Severe Environments

Subtheme

08:30

Parasitic absorption of electro- magnetic radiation by impurities present in transparent ceramics (Keynote) Adrian GOLDSTEIN 636

Tribological properties of brittle Energy savings in the tiles and bricks ceramics under high speed sliding in industrial processes: horizon 2020 cryogenic environment (Keynote) challenges (Keynote) Bikramjit BASU 682 Marie-Anne BRUNEAUX 897

CaSiO3 - Ca3(PO4)2 bioceramics for bone regeneration: evaluation of their in vivo biological behaviour (Keynote) Antonio H. DE AZA 295

9:00

Zirconia nanopowders stabilised with CaO and morphologically modified with the hydrothermal crystallisation environment Anna LABUZ 577

Thermo-mechanical limits of Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3-, La0.58Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3- and Ce0.9G0.1O1.95- ceramics in membrane application Goran PECANAC 723

Recycling and re-use of mineral wastes Agns SMITH 756

Structural and thermal evolution of bioactive calcium silicate and calcium silicophosphate glasses followed by NMR spectroscopy Isabel SOBRADOS 326

09:20

Influence of replacing pottery stone Effect of sintering parameters on Advanced tialite-based ceramic filter to kaolinitic-clays on technological scintillating properties of pristine and for diesel after treatment application properties of vitreous sanitary ware doped ZnO optical ceramics Kentaro IWASAKI 706 bodies Mythili PRAKASAM 901 Pakawadee SIRILAR 754

In vitro degradation of tailored amorphous multi porous scaffold Di ZHANG 303

09:40

Novel highly transparent polycristalline ceramics synthesised by full crystallization from glass Mathieu ALLIX 612

Effect of microstructure on properties of porous alumina for support substrates of permselective ceramic membranes Sawao HONDA 699

Development of thin walled sanitaryware products by compositional modifications Nimet OZEN 788

Thermal stability and sintering of CxSiyHA ceramics for bone tissue engineering application Antoine BOYER 294

10:00

Slurry optimisation to obtain highly Elaboration and characterization of transparent polycrystalline alpha- cellular lightweight refractory starting from fire-clay alumina Khaled BOUMCHEDDA 673 Vincent GARNIER 632

Glass-ceramic tiles using rice husk ash Elaboration and characterization of as silica precursor: experimental macroporous carbonated approach to evaluate the sinter- hydroxyapatite for bone tissue crystallization ability engineering Fernanda ANDREOLA 771 Nathalie DOUARD 323

10:20
Subtheme

Transparent materials

Coffee break/Poster Session II Porous Ceramics for Severe Silicate ceramics, energy saving and waste recycling Environments

CaP - Bioglasses

11:20

Instrumented indentation technique Yb3+ doped CaF2 ceramics: synthesis Dry sliding friction of silicon carbide New lightweight glass-ceramics from for the mechanical characterization of and sintering process optimization against carbon-graphite in severe the sintering of recycled glasses and porous ceramics for bone and optical properties conditions inorganic waste substitution: a methodology Pierre ABALLEA 621 Stphanie LAFON-PLACETTE 729 Ins PONSOT 776 Sylvain MEILLE 299

11:40

MO doping effects to Nb2O5-TeO2 nonlinear optical glass and their low- frequency Raman scattering spectra Tomokatsu HAYAKAWA 629

Low-cost silicon nitride ceramics for Sintered glass-ceramics from natural high wear application and waste raw materials Malgorzata SOPICKA-LIZER 674 Mauro MARANGONI 785

Application of a micro-indentation technique to investigate the mechanisms of calcium phosphate degradation Solne TADIER 300

12:00

Redox stable lanthanum titanates - Elaboration, structural and optical synthesis, characterization and characterizations of Yb3+-doped YAG garnet nano-ceramics application in SOFC's Georges BOULON 634 Thomas GRAULE 686

Inorganic loose fill insulation material Biphasic calcium phosphates based on an inorganic polymer bioceramics (HA/TCP): sintering and precursor properties Konstantina PAPAKONSTANTINOU Jean Christophe HORNEZ 308 758

12:20

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CEC - AMPHI 1
A- Fundamentals from theory to practice Functional properties

CEC - AMPHI 2
B- Innovative processing and Synthesis Non-conventional sintering II

CEC - AMPHI 3
E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment Functional ceramics

CEC - AMPHI 4
E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment Porous ceramic membranes

CEC - J.DESMAISON
F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites Layered composite

13:30

The Fermi Energy in Insulators: measurement and consequences (Keynote) Andreas KLEIN 13

Microwave assisted processing of nanostructured materials for energy applications (Keynote) Bala VAIDHYANATHAN 122

Non-oxide molecular sieve membranes for high temperature gas separation (Keynote) Anne JULBE 410

14:00

The characteristic of SiC-ZrB2 composites using Spark Plasma Sintering Jae-Seok CHOI 9

Influence of powder natures on microwave effect in the sintering of alumina Fei ZUO 138

ZnO and Bi2O3 nanopowders for fine- grained varistor ceramics Kirill VOKHMINTCEV 541

Micro and mesoporous SiTiCO and SiZrCO with enhanced thermal and mechanical properties Fausto RUBIO 434

Development of multilayer materials and mechanical characterizations Charles AHARONIAN 506

14:20

Surface properties of SnO2: work function, band bending and oxygen exchange Anne FUCHS 10

Conventional vs. single/multi mode microwave sintering of a gamma alumina powder Jrmy CROQUESEL 142

Microstructure control to reduce leakage current of medium and high voltage ceramic varistors based on doped ZnO Antoine IZOULET 373

Gas permeation behaviors of amorphous silica-based composite membranes Yuji IWAMOTO 442

Elaboration of thick bilayers Ceramic/Ceramic and Ceramic/Metal: following of the cosintering by in situ dilatometry without contacts Benjamin DESPLANQUES 509

14:40

Electrical and electro-mechanical properties of rhombohedral Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 ceramics: Influence of oxygen octahedra tilting and defects Tadej ROJAC 46

Laser sintering of aluminate based glasses and ceramic composites Bin QIAN 170

Thermoelectrical materials manufactured using SP: characterizations and link with the microstructure Guillaume BERNARD-GRANGER 387

Experimental and numerical Modeling of deformations and stresses simulations of the regeneration phase during sintering of a thick multi-layer of diesel particulate filters materials Nada BOUSSELMI 415 Francois VALDIVIESO 512

15:00

Unusual electrical and optical properties of La-doped ultrafine grained BaTiO3-ceramics Christian PITHAN 20

Synthesis and development of Microwave sintering of nano-sized ZnO thermoelectric properties in layered ceramics in H and E fields Bi2A2CoO6 Sylvain MARINEL 180 Muhammad ANIS-UR-REHMAN 401

Inorganic layer deposition by a novel On-Stream supercritical CO2 process adapted to membrane preparation Maxime DUCHATEAU 411

New concepts for tailoring mechanical properties of multilayer ceramic systems designed with compressive residual stresses Raul BERMEJO 534

15:20

Interaction of ferroelastic domains and mechanical loading for La0.58Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3 Jrgen MALZBENDER 64

The particle array technique with nanosecond pulsed field and nano mold Tadachika NAKAYAMA 183

Effect of Sr doping on dielectric and ferroelectric properties of BZTN-BCT Jyoti RANI 396

Improvement of MFI zeolite Abrasive wear of alumina-silicon membranes performance by either ex- carbide two-layered composites with situ or in-situ modification strategies residual compressive surface stress Martin DROBEK 408 Goffredo DE PORTU 507

15:40

Spark plasma sintering of TiB2 ceramics Ahmet TURAN 186

CO2 capture and sequestration (CCS) on activated mesoporous alumina How to determine internal stresses in powders alumina-zirconia multilayer structures Maria Eugenia CONTRERAS GARCIA Zdenek CHLUP 543 402

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ENSIL - AMPHI A
G- Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices Transparent materials

ENSIL - AMPHI B
H- Ceramics under severe environments and refractories Characterisation

ENSIL - AMPHI C
I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials Innovations in silicate ceramics and tile surfaces
From traditional ceramic to nanotechnology: multifunctional surface for ceramic tile (Keynote) Federica BONDIOLI 892

COUPOLE - DIAMANT
D- Bioceramics and health Cationic doped CaP/bioglasses

Theme

Subtheme

13:30

Microstructure and oxidation Optical transparent spinel ceramics behaviour of highly porous Tyranno manufactured by spark plasma ceramic fiber composites: Lox M vs. ZM sintering (Keynote) grades (Keynote) Oleg KHASANOV 617 Jose Manuel SANCHEZ-MORENO 719

Sr-containing porous apatitic bone cements for regenerative vertebroplasty (Keynote) Simone SPRIO 334

14:00

Modelling of the green body drying step to obtain large size transparent magnesium-aluminate spinel samples Lucile LALLEMANT 609

XRD monitoring of U1-xAmxO2 ceramics evolutions under alpha self irradiation Denis HORLAIT 687

Improving the chemical resistance of sanitary glaze by modification of the surface properties Janusz PARTYKA 753

Controlling strontium and copper release from bioactive glass/polymer composite scaffolds for bone tissue engineering applications Melek EROL 297

14:20

Improvements on the fabrication of Dilatometric and HT-XRD studies of the Development of lightweight pottery transparent MgAl2O4 prepared by hot U1-xAmxO2 solid solution formation using organic and inorganic agents and its densification pressing Jae-Hwan PEE 778 Florent LEBRETON 695 Stefano MARTELLI 628

Investigation of therapeutic ions release from Sr and Cu-doped glass/polymer composite scaffolds Melek EROL 315

14:40

Nanoscopic Metal Fluoride Coating on Ionic sputtering erosion test for the Polycrystalline Transparent Spinel characterisation of ceramic chamber Ceramics for satellite thruster Uwe REICHEL 631 Ibarzo JEROME 704

Relationship between stratification of Niobia-containing calcium phosphate clay deposits and technological invert glasses for biomedical properies of ceramic roof-tiles applications Lszl A. GMZE 781 Toshihiro KASUGA 335

15:00

Porosity quantification of neodymium- Optical characterization of refractory doped aluminium garnet (Nd: YAG) materials used in glass furnace ceramics. Implications on optical superstructures properties Benjamin BOUVRY 681 Lucie CHRTIEN 606

Hydraulic properties of -dicalcium silicate and merwinite Lubica KRISKOVA 782

Gallium-containing phosphosilicate glasses: functionalization and in-vitro bioactivity Gigliola LUSVARDI 306

15:20

Ceramic glazes and glass product as selective absorption materials for microwave energy application Consuelo MUGONI 588

Texture by neutrons diffraction on zirconia based materials Fanny GOURAUD 684

Influence of calcination and phosphoric acid activation on a brick clay for formation of cold-hardening ceramics Stephan PARTSCHEFELD 796

Evaluation of physical and antimicrobial properties of silver doped hydroxyapatite Arita DUBNIKA 296

15:40

Optical properties of Al/Al2O3 cermets obtained by plasma spraying: role of composition and microstructure Denis TORU 589

Utilizing ZnO bearing wastes in the porcelain bodies Fazilet GUNGOR 752

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Senior Editor: Richard Todd

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Poster Session 1
Monday June 24 at 15:40 16:40 Tuesday June 25 at 15:40 16:40

A- Fundamentals from theory to practice: Surfaces, particles, grain boundaries, microstructures and properties
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Porous piezoelectric lead zirconate titanate ceramics processed by hetero coagulation of ceramic powder and an organic template Densification Enhancement of Earth-Alkali Perovskite Ceramics by Protonation 3Y-TZP with 0,5 and 1 vol.% SWNTs: sintering, microstructure and room-temperature mechanical properties Methodology for determining the stability of ceramics suspension Pressureless sintering of metal-like carbides Improvement of Properties on Porous Alumina from Platelets with Solution Immersion and Reheating Treatment Control improvement of investment cast turbine blades for the industrial gas turbine industry Friction in mild and severe wear modes under high-speed sliding conditions Local structure in La9.33+x(SiO4)6O2+y compounds studied by X-ray PDF analysis and DFT calculations Effect of microstructure and composition to wear resistance of some alumina ceramics Simulation of dense and/or flowing suspensions: prediction of transport coefficients Powder rheology for dry characterization of powders and granules Spark plasma sintering of ductile ceramic particles: Study of LiF From crystal to ceramic: fabrication of a low thermal expansion material Evolution of sapphire vicinal surfaces during thermal treatment Effect of RE (RE = Er3+ or Eu3+) Doping on Structural, Microstructural and Photoluminescent Properties of TiO2 Nanoparticulate Sols and Xerogels Microstructure and electrical conductivity of spark plasma sintered SWNT/3YTZP nanocomposites Influence of the Spark Plasma Sintering temperature in structure and properties of silicon oxycarbide materials Phase diagrams of the Al2O3-Zr(Hf)O2-Ln2O3 (Ln=lanthanides,Y) systems as scientific base for creating new structure and functional ceramic materials The effect of AlTiN coating for the cutting blades of the steel tools Characterization of porous ceramics by electrical impulse Solid state synthesis of CuAlO2: From a nano-boehmite - cuprous oxide powder mixture to the single phase ceramics Chemically foamed corundum ceramics modified with mullite - structure and properties

Tina Philippe ngela Sandra Julieth Agnieszka Shinobu Dominic Arnold Jenny Jarmo Aleena Ola Rachel Gustavo Caroline Rodrigo Rosala Fausto Vitaly Ahmet Sari Katarina Ieva

BAKARIC COLOMBAN GALLARDO-LPEZ GARCIA ACEVEDO GUBERNAT HASHIMOTO HUDSON ISMAILOV JOUIN LAAKSO LAGANAPAN LYCKFELDT MARDER MATA OSORO MATRINGE MORENO POYATO RUBIO PETROVSKY TURAN SEPPL VOJISAVLJEVIC ZAKE-TILUGA

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Spray pyrolysis synthesis of RNiO3 (R = rare earth) with controlled characteristics Time resolved X-ray diffraction of composites by combustion synthesis Effect of nitrogen pressure on gamma-alon synthesis by SHS method Influence of the processing conditions on the formation mechanism and characteristics of barium titanate powders derived from oxalate precursors Synthesis and characterization of ZnO varistors Preparation and characterization of Mesoporous F-doped V2O5/TiO2 particles Comminution of ceramics from the detonation of explosives Sintering behavior of combustion synthesized LaAlO3 powders The effect of raw material on formation of MgAl2O4 spinel Fabrication of high purity silica sand using a leaching process Synthesis of TiB2 and MgB2 nanosized powders in RF Thermal Plasma

Renata Hafida Miroslaw M. Mihai Iulian Damien Mara Ilya Pierre Robert Ulla Jong Ho Szilvia

A. ROCHA BOUTENOUCHET BUCKO CALUGARU CHORON ESPITIA-CABRERA GIBOT IANOS KANERVA KIM KLEBERT

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Synthesis and characterization of La1-xEuxAlO3 phosphor Synthesis & Properties of Nd-doped SiO2-CaO-MgO Glass-ceramics Effects of catalyst addition on B4C production via SHS Formulating suspension composition containing colloidal silica for spray drying Effect of pH values on the phase transformation and crystallite growth of 2 mol% yttria-partially stabilized zirconia (2Y-PSZ) powders

Radu Ali Hasan Jussi Moo-Chin

LAZAU NEMATI ZER SILVONEN WANG

A-35 A-36 A-37 A-38 A-39

CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC

C- Surface engineering and ceramic coating - Tailored properties through new deposition techniques
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Preparation of Ni-TiO2 nano superalloy by pulse electrodeposition and evaluation of mechanical properties and electroplating characteristics A study of friction coefficient of Ti3SiC2 and TiC influence on its behaviour Surface modification of glass microbeads by Liquid Phase Deposition of photocatalytic TiO2 Effect of Mg2+ ion as a dopant on the stability of amorphous phase transition of gamma-alumina Electrodeposition of Ni-Al2O3 nanocomposite coatings La0.7sr0.3mno3 protective coating for sofc interconnect alloy deposited by electrospraying Influence of reinforcement particles size and morphology in MMC coatings made by laser cladding Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition of SiOxHyCz nano-islands by atmospheric pressure plasma torch: self-organization and post-functionnalization Optimization of cerium-gadolinium oxide (CGO) layer printed surface using Taguchi method on screen printing process Study of Y2SiO5 based materials for thermally sprayed environmental barrier coatings Influence of Na2O and K2O on the chemical durability of glazes Molybdenum nitride films achieved at low temperature by a CVD process using an expanding microwave plasma Pyrochlore compounds prepared by soft chemistry for thermal barrier coating applications Development of Gd2Zr2O7 ceramic layers by thermal spraying for application in advanced TBCs Sol-gel synthesis of nanosilica coatings, surface modification and possible application Improvement of the tolerance against oxidation of an anode-supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell using Atomic Layer Deposition Tribological behavior of friction couple: metal/ ceramic (used for head of total hip replacement) Microstructural study of a-SiC:H ceramic coatings grown by DLICVD XPS depth-profile analysis of FTO films deposited by spray pyrolysis Influence of electrical parameters in pororosity and chemical properties of a high corrosion resistance enamel vitreous coating obtained by electrophoretic deposition Improved refractory surface characteristics by laser treatment Influence of the feedstock powder composition on the tribological performance of alumina-titania plasma-sprayed coatings Tribological behavior of solid-lubricated thermally sprayed titania coatings for dry sliding applications Formation and analysis of reaction layers in tribological contact of cutting ceramics and nickel-base alloys Hybrid sol-gel derived anticorrosion coatings on Al alloy integrating organic and inorganic inhibitors Screen-printed photocatalytic layer for air treatment at low irradiance Physical and chemical characterization of die coatings for aluminum foundry deposed by pneumatic spraying Titanium carbide layer formation on graphite surface via encapsulated argon/nitrogen containing iodine ambience of powder immersion reaction assisted coating

Farah Seif-Eddine Francis Deise Cristina Juan Leandro Dorian Christelle Christophe Eugenio Katarzyna Isabelle Aurlien Ulla Aivaras Thomas Fellah Francis Claudio Josemari Daniela Pandora Andreas Alexander Eleni Alessandra Yohann Suasmoro

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Microstructure and mechanical properties of monolithic SiC Tubes Synthesized chemical vapour deposition Comparison of the performance of the sol-gel and polyurethane based anti fingerprint coatings prepared for concealed cistern control panels Ceramic Droplet Solidification under suspension plasma spray conditions TiO2 films deposited by spray-deposition and dip- coating Enamel-substrate interface reactions and adherence mechanism

Francis Ayse Armelle Elena Ezgi

TEYSSANDIER TUNALI VARDELLE VILLAFUERTE YILMAZ

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D - Bioceramics and health


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Synthesis, mechanical and biological behavior of novel b-tricalcium phosphate/titania composite scaffolds designed for regeneration of load-bearing segmental bone defects Surface characterization of zirconia: acid-etching and sand-blasting Laminin for hard tissue formation in porous hydroxyapatite scaffolds by bone marrow cells in vivo Mechanical properties of porous Si3N4 ceramics used for bioapplication Functionalized silicon nitride for bio-applications The performance of ATZ produced by an Emulsion Detonation Synthesis method vs conventional process Sintering effect on the microstructural and mechanical properties of commercial synthetic hydroxyapatite-lithium titanate composites Multi-physic assessment of ceramic intervertebral prostheses for spine surgery Transformation behaviour of Ce-TZP/MgAl2O4 ceramic matrix composite due to different mechanical surface treatments Evaluation of TMA vacuum-sintered bodies for artificial bone and tooth in various pH solutions Effects of amino acids for osteogenesis by bone marrow cells Porous hydroxyapatite scaffold with a hollow center for bone formation in vivo Analysis of the propagation of the tm transformation on La2O3/Al2O3 doped zirconia ceramics

Massimiliano Quentin Hideyuki Monika Valentina Nuno

DAPPORTO FLAMANT KAKIGI KAIAROV MEDRI NEVES

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Suleyman Serdar PAZARLIOGLU Laura Christian Kenichi Takayoshi Masataka Peng PREISS RITZBERGER TAMURA YABUUCHI YOSHIKAWA ZENG

E - Ceramics and systems for energy and environment (production, conversion, storage)
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Bonding characteristics of glass seal/metallic interconnect: comparative study on chemical and mechanical properties of the interface Ionic conductivity of Sm2O3 doped CeO2 ceramics prepared by the Pechini Method Free-sintering of anode supported NiO-8Y single cells obtained by aqueous Tape Casting Obtain nanosized powders of peroviskites LaCr0.5Ni0.5O3 and LaNi0.6Fe0.4O3- using the Pechini method The acceptor-doped barium cerate and zirconate sold solution Crystal structure and oxide-ion conductivity of apatite-type lanthanum silicate with excess oxide ions Electrochemical Properties of Nanostructured La1.7Ca0.3NixCu1-xO4 Layered Perovskite Oxides Synthesis of La9,33Si6O26 oxyapatite powders by new modified sol-gel route: application as electrolyte for SOFC Spontaneous strain calculations for doped lanthanum niobates LaNi0.6Co0.4O3- and (La0.8Sr0.2)0.95Fe0.6Mn0.3Co0.1O3 compounds as contact materials for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells Characterization of highly c-axis-oriented apatite-type lanthanum silicate polycrystals formed by reactive diffusion between La2SiO5 and La2Si2O7 BaCeO3-based composite protonic conductors

Karsten Aliye Mireia Adilson Luiz Katarzyna Shinji Xiubing Sonia Aleksandra Aroa Momoko Pawel

AGERSTED ARABACI BLANES CHINELATTO GDULA-KASICA HARA HUANG MELLO CASTANHO MIELEWCZYK-GRYN MORN RUIZ OKABE PASIERB

A-40 A-41 A-42 A-43 A-44 A-45 A-46 A-47 A-48 A-49 A-50 A-51

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Oxygen semi-permeation performances of La0,5A0,5Fe0,7Ga0,3O3-d La0,5A0,5Fe0,7Co0,3O3-d (with A= Ca, Sr and Ba) perovskite membranes Glass ceramic seal for electrochemical devices

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Mickael Matthieu Jeong Uk Jose M. Jose M. Isabel Philippe Sebastian Wein-Duo Dong-Hun Zhe

REICHMANN SCHWARTZ SEO SERRA SERRA SOBRADOS THOMAS WACHOWSKI YANG YEO ZHAO

A-52 A-53 A-54 A-55 A-56 A-57 A-58 A-59 A-60 A-61 A-62

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Chromium poisoning of LSCF, LSM and LNF cathodes for solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) High performance anode and cathode development with tailored catalytic properties for LWO based PC-SOFC Syngas production at intermediate temperature through HO and CO electrolysis with a Cu-based solid oxide electrolyzer cell Li+/H+ exchange reactions in high Lithium ionic conductor with perovskite structure New synthesis method and oxide ion conductivity of pure apatite-type La9.33-x(SiO4)6O2+3x/2 phases Preparation and characterization of high temperature proton conductor LaNb1xMxO4- Sm2O3 modified TiO2 nanotubes Arrays Anodes for enhancing conversion efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells Preparation and characterization of integrated layered planer type SOFC module Electric Conductivity in SDC/BZCYO/LSGM Composite Electrolyte

F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites


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Prediction of crack propagation in layered ceramics designed with residual stresses Microstructural materials projecting in the systems ZrO2(HfO2)REE oxidesa Al2O3 Non-destructive investigations of non-oxide ceramic-metal composites Effect of Silicon Carbide addition on Silica-Based Porous Ceramics A versatile image analysis routine for the evaluation of the particulate filler distribution in polymer-derived ceramic matrices Ceramic composite in Al2O3-B4C-TiC system Alumina matrix nanocomposites with ZrO2-TiC and Ni particles Porous ceramic from mixed compositions Aspects regarding analysis of the dynamic behaviour of a rigid ceramic composite upon a mechanical impact High temperature properties of Si-based alloys (Ti, Co, Al and Mo) infiltrated SiC/Si-alloy composite material Electrical characteristics of low temperature sintering piezoelectric ceramics for haptics actuator Mechanical properties and microstructures of Ti3AlC2 fabricated by hot pressing In situ growth carbon nanotube reinforced SiCf/SiC composite The effect of SiCN interphase on microstructure and fracture behavior of C/SiC composites

Raul Helen Elif Young-Hwan Thomas Zviad Norbert Ingunda Adrian Sangkuk Dong-Hun Michiyuki Jinshan Yunzhou

BERMEJO DUDNIK EREN KIM KONEGGER MESTVIRISHVILI MOSKALA SPERBERGA VOLCEANOV WOO YEO YOSHIDA YU ZHU

A-109 A-110 A-111 A-112 A-113 A-114 A-115 A-116 A-117 A-118 A-119 A-120 A-121 A-122

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G- Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices


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Effect of different sintering conditions on microstructure of PZT ferroelectric ceramics Randomly organized and self-assembled Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3 nanodots elaborated by solgel and pulsed lased deposition routes Dielectric properties of sodium and potassium co-doped barium titanate with Perovskite structure for MLCCs In situ conductivity, Hall mobility and carrier concentration relaxation measurements of ITO thin films Effect of MgO and Y2O3 doping on the microstructure of BaTiO3 ceramics

Katarzyna Jean-Ren Jooyeon Mareike V. Chi-Yuen

BERENT DUCLERE HA HOHMANN HUANG

A-123 A-124 A-125 A-126 A-127

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Microstructure and Microwave Dielectric Properties of Temperature Stable Li2(Mg1 xAx)Ti3O8 (A2+ = Zn, Co; x = 0.020.1) Ceramics Research of characteristics of nano composite ferroelectric films for use in the microwave frequency range Fabrication and tuned piezoelectric property of porous lead-free (Li,Na,K) NbO3 ceramics Electromagnetic properties of Zn-substituted Z-type and U-type strontium cobalt hexaferrites Magnetic properties of cobalt and tin substituted barium hexaferrite fine powders prepared by polymerizable complex method Substitutional analysis of dysprosium and thulium in perovskite structured barium titanate ceramics by NEXAFS Design and fabrication of planar nmr microcoils in ltcc technology Study of the structural evolution and dielectric properties in the Ba4(Nd1-ySmy)9.33(Ti0.95Zr0.05)18 O54 solid solution Synthesis, structure analysis and magnetic properties of SrxLa1-xMnIrO6 solid solution Synthesis and optical characterization of new solid solutions of KNbO3 co-doped with Fe3+, Cr3+, Mn3+, La3+ and Eu3+ Ferroelectric lead-free 0.5(Ba0.7Ca0.3TiO3) 0.5(Ba(Zr0.2Ti0.8)O3): From bulk to laser deposited thin films Dielectric properties of the Bi7Fe3Ti3O21 and Bi6REFe3Ti3O21 (RE = Sm, Gd) Aurivillius phases Chemical vapour synthesis as a possible synthesis method for nanoparticle building blocks for multiferroic composite ceramics Influence of the dopant content and stoichiometry on the properties of the lanthanum-modified barium titanate ceramics prepared by the sol-gel method Low temperature processing of Ca/Zr co-doped BaTiO3 ceramics Characterization of V1-xWxO2 thin films synthetized by reactive pulsed laser deposition Synthesis by Pulsed Laser Deposition and characterization of V2O3 thin films by Pulsed Laser Deposition

Cheng-Liang Arkady Ken-Ichi Takeyuki Takeyuki Jinseong Pero Pascal Hiromi Jess Alejandro Andr Joanna Vladimir

HUANG IVANOV KAKIMOTO KIKUCHI KIKUCHI KIM KRIVIC MARCHET NAKANO PEA PIORRA POLNAR V. SRDIC

A-128 A-129 A-130 A-131 A-132 A-133 A-134 A-135 A-136 A-137 A-138 A-139 A-140 A-141 A-142 A-143 A-144

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Catalina-Andreea VASILESCU Mara Elena Rafika Rafika


VILLAFUERTE-CASTREJN

ZAABI ZAABI

H- Ceramics under severe environments and refractories


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Microstructure evaluation and mechanical properties of SiC/SiC joints brazed by active brazing alloy containing Ti Superhard silicon carbide-boron carbide composites prepared by spark plasma sintering Behavior of borosilicate glasses inside a self-healing matrix composite Preparation and Properties of 3D needle-punched C/SiCZrC Composites, Using ZrC Precursor and Polycarbosilane Effect of graphite via high-energy co-ball-milling on the spark-plasma-sintering kinetics of ZrB2 Influences of PyC coating on the properties of C/ZrC composite prepared via precursor infiltration and pyrolysis route

Yan Bibi Malmal Francis Chunlei Victor Yudi

LIU MOSHTAGHIOUN REBILLAT YAN


ZAMORA RODRIGUEZ

A-145 A-146 A-147 A-148 A-149 A-150

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ZHANG

I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials


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Porcelain tile body in high whiteness with alumina and anorthite Effect of spodumene addition on mechanical properties of porcelain stoneware Improvement of stoneware glaze hardness for tableware by ceramisation Influence of surface quality of glazes modified with Al2O3 and SrO on the chemical resistance of glazes Wood, earth and geopolymer building systems

Umit Engin Tuna Alexandre Marcin Fabrice

ANIL AYDIN FILHOL GAJEK GOUNY

A-151 A-152 A-153 A-154 A-155

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Identification of the skeleton thermal conductivity of a geopolymer foam with analytical and numerical multi-scale approaches Understanding the mechanisms of induration of laterites: the geopolymerisation of iron-rich aluminosilicates Effect of alumina grain size distribution on the sintering phenomenon and physicochemical parameters of the high alumina porcelain Effects of metal oxides in different artistic glaze compositions applied on different ceramic bodies Study of the geopolymerization rate by thermal experiments Development of materials from illite-based clays after chemical and thermal activation Upgrading of ceramic liners in industrial chimney vs. a sustainable construction industry The change of some mechanical properties of a ceramic brick contaminated by sulfate and chloride ions Effect of grain size distribution of the photoluminescent pigments on the after-glow property in granulated frit compositions The effect of pore size distribution of chi-Al2O3 on adsorption of dye-based inkjet inks

Joseph Elie Janusz Keriman Sylvie Ingunda Teresa Teresa Neslihan Pei-Ching

HENON KAMSEU PARTYKA PEKKAN ROSSIGNOL SPERBERGA STRYSZEWSKA STRYSZEWSKA TAMSU SELLI YU

A-156 A-157 A-158 A-159 A-160 A-161 A-162 A-163 A-164 A-165

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, J- Archeo-materials - At the Adrien Dubouche Museum


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Cleaning of archaeological pottery with cation exchange resin Characterization and Conservation-Restoration of two Stained Glasses from the Cathedral of Astorga, Burgos: San Simn and La Aparicin de Jess Resucitado a la Virgen Characterization of the chemical and structural of the pigments used in the huari culture The scientific and technological development of buen retiro porcelains through its architectural heritage Laser conservation of archaeological pottery: research and primary results

Federica Francisco

BONDIOLI CAPEL

A-166 A-167

MUSEUM MUSEUM

Francisco Emilio Emilio

CAPEL CRIADO CRIADO

A-168 A-169 A-170

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Poster Session 2
Wednesday June 26 at 14:50 15:30 Thursday June 27 at 10:20 - 11:20

A- Fundamentals from theory to practice: Surfaces, particles, grain boundaries, microstructures and properties
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Simulation of space charge limited current in (Ba,Sr)TiO3: Introduction of Fermi level dependent mobility The evolution of the mechanical properties of low temperature co-fired ceramics fired at different temperatures Mechanical testing of transparent MgAl2O4 spinel at high temperatures Study of strain and damage profiles in ion-irradiated nuclear materials: the role of X-ray diffraction Correlation between the dimensionality of the glassy network and the macroscopic elastic properties of binary TeO2 based glass system Numerical simulation of heterogeneous materials characteristics through the use of a biphasic approach: porous matrix/ inclusions A new tensile test technique for sub-100nm size specimens Influence of temperature and partial pressure of oxygen on the electrical conductivity of praseodymium Calcium Manganite ceramics Mechanical, thermal and chemical properties of single-phase metal-like carbides Intensive phase transformation induced anisotropic grain growth by grain ordered coalescence in rapid sintered silicon nitride ceramic Multi-axial loading test technique for evaluating deformation mode dependence on the mechanical strength of sub-millimeter size specimens Methods to evaluate mechanical properties of fibrous ceramic bodies Sintering behaviour of the system (1-x)BNT-xBKT and the influence on dielectric properties Densification of additive free nano -SiC by ultra-high pressure Perovskite-type oxides in the Ba-Sr-Co-Fe-O system: microstructure - thermodynamic stability - electrical properties correlation The rare-earth additives doped BaTiO3 ceramics microstructure and electrical properties On the extraordinary features of high temperature creep of boron carbide Synthesis and structure analysis of zirconia nanocrystals Stability of t-ZrO2 particles in alumina-zirconia composites: a fundamental study for applicative properties Improved prediction of Youngs modulus of glasses Comparison of the life-time prediction of low/high temperature co-fired ceramics for force sensor applications Modelling of ceramic microstructures and simulations of macroscopic properties Silicon Nitride as an example

Thorsten Andreja Marek Jayanth

BAYER BENCAN BONIECKI CHANNAGIRI

B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-7 B-8 B-9 B-10 B-11 B-12 B-13 B-14 B-15 B-16 B-17 B-18 B-19 B-20 B-21 B-22

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Maggy Fateh Tatsuya Martin Agnieszka Jianfeng Shun Matti Theresa Branko Florentina Vojislav Bibi Malmal Laura Camille Omer Michael Dorothea

COLAS FAKHARI TEHRANI FUJII GESSENICH GUBERNAT HU ITO JRVELINEN KAINZ MATOVIC MAXIM MITIC MOSHTAGHIOUN PORTAL RABACHE VAN DER BIEST WEILGUNI WINKLER

B- Innovative processing and synthesis


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Transparent polycrystalline alumina prepared by spark plasma sintering Hot-press of high purity SiC without sintering additive Preceramic polymer nano/micro spherical particles with controlled porosity, composition and surface chemistry Inorganic nanostructured parts by aerosol cold technology Synergetic photocatalysis of nitrogen, ceria and titania for lignin degradation with visible light Segregation and color change on (Cr,Ca) codoped nanocrystalline tin dioxide pigments Factors influencing the dispersion of mixed-model phyllosilicates suspensions Firing of recycled glass mosaic by microwave heating

Burcu Taewon Yoram Olivier Mara Ilya Douglas Nadia Jerome

APAK CHOI DE HAZAN DURAND-PANTEIX ESPITIA-CABRERA GOUVEA HOUTA IBARZO

B-23 B-24 B-25 B-26 B-27 B-28 B-29 B-30

CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC

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Poster Session 2
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The influence of particles morphology on the shear thickening behavior of ceramic suspensions Fast laser machining of ceramic green bodies Preparation and characteristics of glazed ceramic ink using CoAl2O4 nano pigments for inkjet printing Synthesis of decorated latex particles with inorganic nanoparticles LSM-based perovskite for electrode-supported solid oxide cells Relationship between microstructure and experimental conditions in the flash sintering of YSZ ceramics Microwave synthesis of ZnO nano powder from zinc-dust waste Densification behavior and mechanical properties of spark plasma sintered silicon carbide ceramics with Yttria Application of yttria stabilised zirconia nanopowder processed with the Polymer Induced Colloid Aggregation technique for sintering

Agnieszka Enrique Jin-Ho Quitterie Thierry Malru Cesar Pornapa Mehtap Deniz Bartosz

IDZKOWSKA JUSTE KIM


MONEGIER DU SORBIER

B-31 B-32 B-33 B-34 B-35 B-36 B-37 B-38 B-39

CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC CEC

PIQUERO STEIL SUJARIDWORAKUN UNLU WJTOWICZ

D- Bioceramics and health


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Elaboration of well-ordered porous bioceramics via a hetero-coagulation colloidal process for drug delivery applications - Comparison of HA and Si-HA composition Biomimetic synthesis of Hydroxyapatite Nanocrystalls in the presence of Chitosan and L-Arginine Characterization and devitrification studies of wollastonite-tricalcium phosphate-diopside eutectic glass Evaluation of osteoblast-like cell behaviour on tape cast BaTiO3 ceramics Strengthening and toughening of tricalcium phosphate scaffolds by coating with polycaprolactone through different methods Chemical modification of hydroxyapatite and silicon substituted hydroxyapatite by silane coupling agents for a covalent immobilisation of biomolecules Wear behaviour of various bone cements Processing and characterization of magnesium containing -tricalcium phosphate ceramics Characterisation of retrieved alumina on alumina hip prostheses

Anthony Despoina Antonio H. Ulrike Siamak Zahi Pavol Kristine Peng

AIRIAU BRASINIKA DE AZA DEISINGER EQTESADI HJEZI HVIZDOS SALMA-ANCANE ZENG

B-67 B-68 B-69 B-70 B-71 B-72 B-73 B-74 B-75

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E- Ceramics and systems for energy and environment (production, conversion, storage)
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Synthesis and electrochemical performance of mesoporous molybdenum nitride as supercapacitor Titanium nitride fabrication by thermal nitridation for supercapacitor electrode application Porous ceramics based on alumina Surface effects in Beta-Alumina Synthesis and sintering Adsorption of sulphur dioxide on activated carbons derived from waste tyres Design and realization of HF ultrasonic transducers on bulk-PZT piezoelectric substrate using laser ablation laser and inkjet printing Tubular MFI zeolite membranes in long term desalination process Kesterites-types (CZTS,Se) photovoltaic cells for novel building-integrated applications Synthesis, characterization and photocatalytic activity of iron-substituted hydroxyapatite nanoparticles Synthesis and characterization of polymer-derived micro-/meso-porous amorphous silica-based materials for gas separation membranes Biomimetic synthesis of silica-alumina core shell nanospheres New ceramic substrate for CIGS photovoltaic dispositive

Roya Roya Astrid Lorena Alberto Christian Martin Diego Yaser Yuji Ioanna Rafael

AGHABABAZADEH AGHABABAZADEH BAKKEN BATISTA CALIMAN CAMBRA PEREIRA COURTOIS DROBEK FRAGA CHIVA GREISH IWAMOTO KITSOU MART VALLS

B-40 B-41 B-42 B-43 B-44 B-45 B-46 B-47 B-48 B-49 B-50 B-51

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Poster Session 2
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Infiltration of hydrous zirconium oxide in low-cost ceramic supports: effect of the number of cycles on the microstructure and the electrochemical properties Phase formation and sintering ability of porous ceramics in the ZnO-SnO2 binary system Quantification and assessment of bulk ceramic materials dustiness A combined experimental and computational study on Li+ exchange reaction at electrode/electrolyte interface of Li ion battery Influence of oxygen nonstoichiometry (x) on properties of TiO2-x ceramics Influence of lattice changes on the hydrogen storage in substoichiometric titanium carbide Cobalt oxide based materials for thermochemical heat storage in Concentrated Solar Power plants Adsorption of arsenic from aqueous solution by a novel alumina/chitosan hybrid material Synthesis and characterization of calcium oxide based particles for thermal storage applications Nanocomposite MOF-based membrane systems Improvement of hydrogen permeation of mixed proton-electron conducting oxides based on the system La5.5WO11.25 The resistivity and the reaction mechanism of front electrode adapted in Si-solar cell with the variation of glass composition Effect of carboxylate anion for controlling the morphology and reactivity of calcium phosphate Reactivity improvement of Calcium Hydrogen Phosphate Dihydrate (DCPD) with fluoride by coating Hydroxyapatite (HA) Synthetic conditions and chemical stability of Li3xLn2/3-xTiO3 solid electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries

Sergio Susana Eliseo Masanobu Inga Julien Chrysa Foteini Kyriaki Claudia Jose M. Hyo-Soon Masamoto Yuka Karmele

MESTRE MIHAIU MONFORT GIMENO NAKAYAMA NARKEVICA NGUYEN PAGKOURA PETRAKLI SAKELLARIOU
SALVADOR-LEVEHANG

B-52 B-53 B-54 B-55 B-56 B-57 B-58 B-59 B-60 B-61 B-62 B-63 B-64 B-65 B-66

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SERRA SHIN TAFU TAKEMURA VIDAL

F- Designing and engineering of ceramic composites


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Thermal properties of pressureless melt infiltrated SiC-AlN-Si-Al composites Basic understanding of physical properties of carbon bonded refractory composites Synthesis and magnetoelectric properties in ferrite-piezoelectric ceramic composites Preparation, microstructure, and colour tone of microtubule material composed of hematite/amorphous-silicate nanocomposite from iron oxide of bacterial origin Thermoplastic co-extrusion of layered ceramics with modified mechanical properties Evaluation of Flash Sinter-Bounding method for producing ceramic-metal composites Gas phase synthesis of magnetically separable iron oxide-titanium dioxide photocatalyst powder B4C-hBN composites with chromium based sintering additives Boron carbide materials with additive of solid lubricant Development of ceramic composites from Romanian coal-firing power station waste Microstructural development of alumina based nanocomposites produced by solid state precipitation

Ozlem Diane Carmen Hideki Jaroslav Clmentine Juha-Pekka Pawel Pawel Adrian Chen

BAHADIR DUPUY GALASSI HASHIMOTO KASTYL MADEC NIKKANEN RUTKOWSKI RUTKOWSKI VOLCEANOV XU

B-76 B-77 B-78 B-79 B-80 B-81 B-82 B-83 B-84 B-85 B-86

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G- Electro-magnetic and optical ceramics and devices


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Highly transparent strontium aluminate and gallate ceramics prepared by glass crystallization: synthesis and characterisation Glass and glass-ceramics elaborated within the (Nd3+, Yb3+) doped TeO2-Nb2O5WO3 system for microlaser applications Intrinsic luminescence properties of undoped garnet transparent ceramic and single crystalline scintillators

Kholoud Jean-Ren Yutaka

AL SAGHIR DUCLERE FUJIMOTO

B-87 B-88 B-89

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Poster Session 2
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Synthesis and luminescence properties of Zn2+-doped LiAlO2 compounds Transparent YAG ceramics with Er and Yb co-doping Rare-earth-free phosphors based on vanadate compounds from blue to yellow Comparative study on the YAlO3 (YAP) ceramic formation by the reactive sintering Preparation and photoluminescence properties of fine-grained Eu2+-doped Ca-a- sialon phosphors Diffusion Sintered Luminescent Ceramics Synthesis and structural analysis of Li1+x-yM1-x-3yTix+4yO3 (M:Ta, Nb) solid solutions with superstructure Synthesis and structural analysis of Li2O-Ta2O5-TiO2 (LTT) phosphor Doping of tin oxide for the deposition of transparent conducting thin films - Engineering of the electronic structure Optical and scintillation properties of ceramic AlN Scintillation properties of transparent ceramic Yb:Lu2O3 with different Yb concentration

Yutaka Jan Yuta Daniel Tomasz Julian Shiho Shiho Mirko Takayuki Takayuki

FUJIMOTO HOSTASA MATSUSHIMA MICHALIK PAWLIK PLEWA SUEHIRO SUEHIRO WEIDNER YANAGIDA YANAGIDA

B-90 B-91 B-92 B-93 B-94 B-95 B-96 B-97 B-98 B-99 B-100

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H- Ceramics under severe environments and refractories


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Effect of minor amounts of sodium on solid-liquid interactions at high temperatures in Calcium Aluminate Cement refractories Hydration of periclase as a reaction dependent on the phase composition of magnesia Alumina-mullite refractories obtained by recycling of ceramic wastes: thermomechanical behaviour From NOREV to ASZTech: Understanding microstructure/properties relationships related to the thermomechanical behaviour of high zirconia refractories Nonexpansive refractories (NER) based on calcium dialuminate Behavioral modeling of corundum under the effect of porosity rate Application of SEM/EDS method for a post-mortem microstructural analysis of magnesia-chrome refractories used in the snorkel of RH degasser

Jennifer Ilona Claudio Fanny Agnieszka Bendaoudi Jacek

ALEX JASTRZEBSKA MINGAZZINI GOURAUD PIETA SEIF-EDDINE SZCZERBA

B-101 B-103 B-104 B-105 B-106 B-107 B-108

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I- Silicate and traditional ceramics - Innovation in construction materials


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Making Frit ware and luster glaze with clay paste techniques based on a text by Abol Qasim Abdollah Kashani Recycling of liquid effluent and solid waste on a ceramic factory Alternative foaming agents in the production of glass foams from waste glass Decreasing the firing temperature of pool tiles by modification of process and composition Effect of Firing Temperature on the Pore Development in Onggi Methodology for the identification and quantification of organic compounds on clay minerals and effect on the stability of ceramic suspensions Epitaxial growth of epsilon iron oxide on mullite found through studies on traditional Japanese stoneware Scale up of synthesis of YAl0.97Cr0.03O3 red pigment Hydro-mechanical coupling 2D model for the simulation of the convective drying of a highly deformable clay-based product Porcelain stoneware scraps recycling in alkali bonded insulating panels Tailored reflectivity titania-based coating Model materials in the polycondensation reaction Substitution of aluminous cement by calcium carbonates in presence of carboxylic acid Mullite Ceramics with Increased Flexural Strength Made by Small (< 5 Vol.-%) Additions of Nanozirconia Preparation of compositionally graded hollow spherical particles of calcium carbonate/ potassium silicate by spray drying Investigation of Evaluating Waste Marble Dust in Construction Industry Cordierite synthesis using nano-scaled alumina powders

Abbas Bruno Arajo De Fernanda Yesim Wooseok Sandra Julieth Yoshihiro Katarzyna Raja Valentina Elisa Sylvie Agns Regine Takeshi H. Aygul Pei-Ching

AKBARI ALMEIDA ANDREOLA BALTACI CHO GARCIA ACEVEDO KUSANO KUZMINSKA LAMLOUMI MEDRI RAMBALDI ROSSIGNOL SMITH SOJREF TOYAMA YEPREM YU

B-109 B-110 B-111 B-112 B-113 B-114 B-115 B-116 B-117 B-118 B-119 B-120 B-121 B-122 B-123 B-124 B-125

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Author Index
Name ABALLEA ABED ABIDI ADORNI AGERSTED AGERSTED AGHABABAZADEH AGHABABAZADEH AGRAFIOTIS AHARONIAN AIMABLE AIRIAU AKBARI AL SAGHIR ALEM ALEX ALLIX ALMEIDA ALOMBERT-GOGET ANDREOLA ANDREOLA ANEZIRIS ANIL ANIS-UR-REHMAN ANIS-UR-REHMAN ANTOU APAK ARABACI ARANA VARELA ASMI AYDIN AYRAL BACA BAHADIR BAKARIC BAKKEN BAKLANOVA BALAGUER BALAN BALAT-PICHELIN BALTACI BALTACI BARAKI BARROSO BASU BASU BASU BATISTA CALIMAN BAUDN BAYER BECHELANY BECK BEGAND BELRHITI BENAYOUN BENCAN BENCAN BENDAOUDI BERENT BERMEJO BERMEJO BERMEJO BERNARD BERNARD-GRANGER BERNARDO BERNHARDT BERTOLLA BERZATI BICHAUD BIENIA BIGONI BINNER BLANCHART BLANES BOCHICCHIO BOEHM BOLELLI BONDIOLI BONDIOLI BONIECKI BOULON BOUMCHEDDA BOURRET BOUSSELMI BOUSSOIS BOUTENOUCHET BOUVARD BOUVRY BOUZAT BOWEN BOWEN BOYER First Name Pierre Farah Sonia Elisa Karsten Karsten Roya Roya Christos Charles Anne Anthony Abbas Kholoud Ali Jennifer Mathieu Bruno Arajo De Guillaume Fernanda Fernanda Christos G Umit Engin Muhammad Muhammad Guy Burcu Aliye Jose Dwi Tuna Andr Lubos Ozlem Tina Astrid Natalya M. Corneliu Marianne Yesim Yesim Raschid Gilvan Srgio Bikramjit Bikramjit Bikramjit Lorena Carmen Thorsten Mirna Michael Sabine Younes Stephane Andreja Andreja Seif-Eddine Katarzyna Raul Raul Raul Samuel Guillaume Enrico Markus Luca Sgolne Emmanuelle Marguerite Davide Jon Philippe Mireia Davide Anna Giovanni Federica Federica Marek Georges Khaled Julie Nada Kvin Hafida Didier Benjamin Fabien Paul Paul Antoine Type Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Keynote Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Keynote Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Keynote Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Keynote Poster Keynote Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Keynote Oral Poster Keynote Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Keynote Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Keynote Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Keynote Oral Session / Day Thursday Session 1 Wednesday Tuesday Monday Session 1 Session 2 Session 2 Thursday Thursday Monday Session 2 Session 2 Session 2 Tuesday Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Wednesday Thursday Session 2 Wednesday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Monday Session 1 Thursday Monday Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 2 Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Session 2 Wednesday Session 2 Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Thursday Thursday Session 1 Thursday Thursday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Monday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Thursday Wednesday Thursday Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Thursday Sched. / Build. 11:20 ENSIL 10:00 10:00 14:20 CEC CEC CEC 08:30 14:00 17:00 ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL 09:20 ENSIL 09:40 ENSIL 09:20 10:00 ENSIL 08:30 ENSIL 15:00 15:00 14:20 CEC CEC 18:20 18:00 ENSIL 09:40 14:40 ENSIL CEC CEC 14:20 11:30 14:40 10:50 11:50 ENSIL 10:50 09:20 11:30 11:50 08:30 CEC 08:30 CEC 14:40 10:50 17:00 11:30 12:00 13:50 CEC ENSIL ENSIL 08:30 15:00 ENSIL 08:30 14:40 08:30 14:40 14:20 10:00 15:20 10:50 09:40 08:30 11:20 CEC 09:00 09:20 14:00 13:30 A.D. Museum CEC 12:00 10:00 09:40 14:40 17:00 CEC 11:50 15:00 11:10 14:40 08:30 09:40 Ref 621 A-63 795 843 399 A-40 B-40 B-41 381 506 117 B-67 B-109 B-87 111 B-101 612 B-110 595 771 B-111 880 A-151 152 401 40 B-23 A-41 876 127 A-152 394 502 B-76 A-1 B-42 720 403 887 718 804 B-112 16 386 501 503 682 B-43 491 B-1 124 613 329 736 193 496 B-2 A-64 A-123 533 534 A-109 137 387 128 763 314 424 134 155 22 701 34 A-42 24 680 241 892 A-166 B-3 634 673 777 415 504 A-25 57 681 136 49 41 294

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Name BRASINIKA BREDESEN BRIAULT BRUN BRUNEAUX BUCKO BUGDAYCI CADAFALCH GAZQUEZ CAILLEUX CALUGARU CAMBIER CAMBRA PEREIRA CAMPOSILVAN CAPEL CAPEL CARPIO CARVALHO DO ROSRIO CASSIDY CASSIDY CEDILLOS CENGIZ CETIN CHANNAGIRI CHARLOT CHARPENTIER CHEN CHEN CHENU CHEVALIER CHEVALIER CHILDERS CHINELATTO CHLUP CHO CHOI CHOI CHOI CHORON CHRTIEN CIZER CIZER CLEMENS COENTRO COLAS COLOMBAN COLOMBAN CONTRERAS GARCIA CONTRERAS GARCIA CORDIER COURTOIS CREUS CRIADO CRIADO CROQUESEL CUTARD CUTARD CUTARD DA CONCEIO DA LUZ DA LUZ DANGLADE DAPPORTO DARIEL DE AZA DE AZA DE HAZAN DE HAZAN DE LOS COBOS DE MARCOS DE PORTU DE WINDT DEIBERT DEISINGER DEISINGER DEL CAMPO DELUCA DEMIRKOL DEMUYNCK DESCHUYTENEER DESPLANQUES DETSCH DI MARCO DOEBELIN DOLAY DOMINGUEZ-RODRIGUEZ DONDI DONDI DOUARD DOUMINGE DOURGES DROBEK DROBEK First Name Despoina Rune Pauline Edouard Marie Anne Miroslaw M. Mehmet Gerard Emmanuel Mihai Iulian Francis Alberto Erik Francisco Francisco Pablo Deise Cristina Mark Mark Omar Meral AYSE Jayanth Aude Ludovic Xiang Ming Zhangwei Sebastien Jrme Jrme Amanda Adilson Luiz Zdenek Wooseok Seung-Kyu Jae-Seok Taewon Damien Lucie Sevim Sevim Frank Susana Maggy Philippe Philippe Maria Eugenia Maria Eugenia Anne Christian Juan Emilio Emilio Jrmy Thierry Thierry Thierry Leandro Ana Paula Ana Paula Cyril Massimiliano Moshe Antonio H. Antonio H. Yoram Yoram Olivia Anthony Goffredo Laurent Wendelin Ulrike Ulrike Leire Marco Nermin Maryse Dorian Benjamin Rainer Damien Nicola Aurlien Arturo Michele Michele Nathalie Ludovic Marie-Anne Martin Martin Type Poster Keynote Oral Oral Keynote Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral poster Oral Keynote Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Keynote Oral Keynote Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Session / Day Session 2 Thursday Monday Monday Thursday Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Wednesday Session 1 Session 1 Monday Session 1 Monday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Session 1 Thursday Session 2 Monday Thursday Session 2 Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Session 1 Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Monday Thursday Session 2 Tuesday Session 2 Wednesday Monday Thursday Monday Thursday Monday Session 2 Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Thursday Wednesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Session 2 Sched. / Build. ENSIL 08:30 14:00 15:00 08:30 CEC 16:40 14:00 17:20 CEC ENSIL CEC 09:00 A.D. Museum A.D. Museum 16:40 ENSIL 15:20 14:40 15:00 17:20 15:00 CEC 14:40 13:30 15:20 11:30 10:00 11:30 10:00 11:20 CEC 15:40 ENSIL 17:20 14:00 CEC CEC 15:00 14:00 14:20 14:20 10:50 CEC 09:20 CEC 11:10 15:40 14:20 CEC ENSIL A.D. Museum A.D. Museum 14:20 09:00 11:10 11:50 ENSIL 10:00 09:00 10:00 ENSIL 15:00 08:30 ENSIL 11:50 CEC 11:10 14:20 15:20 14:00 09:40 15:00 ENSIL 17:00 17:20 15:00 14:00 ENSIL 14:20 08:30 09:00 08:30 09:00 08:30 09:20 09:40 10:00 10:00 09:40 15:20 CEC Ref B-68 878 419 579 897 A-26 156 385 690 A-27 A-65 B-44 4 A-167 A-168 238 A-66 378 841 722 157 842 B-4 236 712 633 379 627 331 26 486 A-43 543 B-113 728 9 B-24 A-28 606 849 848 104 853 B-5 840 A-2 317 402 118 B-45 A-67 A-169 A-170 142 495 724 721 A-68 693 676 21 A-96 527 295 B-69 191 B-25 162 760 507 36 438 187 B-70 250 610 324 37 A-69 509 328 382 291 120 7 783 784 323 521 488 408 B-46

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Name DUBLANCHE-TIXIER DUBNIKA DUCHATEAU DUCLERE DUCLERE Dudnik DUGUAY DUL DUPUY DURAND-PANTEIX DURAND-PANTEIX DUSZA DUSZOVA EINHELLINGER EKLUND ENGELS EPICIER EQTESADI EQTESADI EREN ERIC ERKMEN EROL EROL ESPITIA-CABRERA ESPITIA-CABRERA ESPOSITO ESPOSITO FAHRENHOLTZ FAIA FAKHARI TEHRANI FAN FARYNA FAUCHAIS FAVIER FAYE FELDHOFF FERRARI FERREIRA FILHOL FINSTERBUSCH FIOCCO FLAMANT FLATT FRAGA CHIVA FU FUCHS FUJII FUJIKURA FUJIMOTO FUJIMOTO FUKUDA GADEA GADOW GAJEK GALASSI GALASSI GALLARDO-LPEZ GALUSEK GALUSKOVA GARCIA GARCIA ACEVEDO GARCIA ACEVEDO GARCA-PREZ GARNIER GARRETT GASEK GAZEAU GDULA-KASICA GEFFROY GERBER GERBER GESSENICH GHASEMZADEH GIANNOSSA GIBOT GIBOT GINDRAT GINGTER GIORDANO GIRY GLUCHOWSKI GOLDSTEIN GOLESTANI-FARD GOMEZ-GARCIA GMZE GONDOLINI GOUNY GOURAUD GOURAUD GOURE DOUBI GOUVEA GOUVEA First Name Christelle Arita Maxime Jean-Ren Jean-Ren Helen Christelle Krzysztof Diane Olivier Olivier Jan Annamaria Tanja Per Marcel Thierry Siamak Siamak Elif Blond Ziya Engin Melek Melek Mara Ilya Mara Ilya Laura Laura William Pedro Fateh Yuchi Marek Pierre Aurelie Pierre-Antoine Armin Chiara Jos Alexandre Martin Laura Quentin Robert Diego Zongwen Anne Tatsuya Kie Yutaka Yutaka Koichiro Christophe Rainer Marcin Carmen Carmen ngela Duan Dagmar Eugenio Sandra Julieth Sandra Julieth Pascual Vincent Jethro Katarzyna Camille Katarzyna Pierre-Marie Olivier Olivier Martin Malihe Lorena Carla Pierre Pierre Malko Philipp Cristina Karine Pawel Adrian Farhad Diego Laszlo A. Angela Fabrice Fanny Fanny Bi Irie Herve Douglas Douglas Type Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Keynote Keynote Oral Poster Oral Oral Keynote Oral Oral Keynote Oral Keynote Poster Oral Oral Poster Keynote Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Keynote Poster Keynote Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Keynote Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Session / Day Session 1 Thursday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Thursday Wednesday Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Tuesday Wednesday Monday Monday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Session 2 Thursday Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Thursday Thursday Session 2 Tuesday Session 2 Session 2 Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Thursday Wednesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Session 2 Monday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Tuesday Session 1 Thursday Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Session 2 Sched. / Build. ENSIL 15:20 15:00 ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL 11:20 10:50 ENSIL 10:00 CEC 14:00 10:00 17:20 17:20 10:50 18:00 09:00 ENSIL ENSIL 11:50 14:00 14:00 14:20 CEC CEC 14:40 08:30 13:30 14:10 CEC 11:40 09:20 13:30 14:40 09:00 08:30 11:10 08:30 ENSIL 13:50 09:40 ENSIL 08:30 CEC 11:40 14:20 CEC 14:40 ENSIL ENSIL 13:30 ENSIL 08:30 ENSIL 14:00 ENSIL CEC 15:20 10:00 ENSIL CEC ENSIL 09:40 10:00 09:00 ENSIL 09:00 CEC 11:10 17:00 14:10 CEC 17:40 09:00 17:20 CEC 17:20 11:50 14:40 10:50 09:40 08:30 14:40 12:00 14:40 15:00 ENSIL 15:20 ENSIL 16:40 09:20 CEC Ref A-70 296 411 A-124 B-88 A-110 380 708 B-77 163 B-26 515 483 184 42 786 902 322 B-71 A-111 730 298 297 315 A-29 B-27 710 607 732 531 B-6 441 43 885 761 289 374 767 146 A-153 409 313 A-97 896 B-47 69 10 B-7 310 B-89 B-90 400 A-71 886 A-154 904 B-78 A-3 29 302 A-72 A-4 B-114 529 632 487 A-73 377 A-44 421 164 418 B-8 522 846 169 A-30 881 171 179 288 619 636 538 2 781 890 A-155 684 B-105 775 25 B-28

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Name GRAULE GREISH GROHSMEYER GRZELAK GUBERNAT GUBERNAT GUIZARD GUNGOR GUNGOR GUO GUZI DE MORAES GUZI DE MORAES GUZMN APONTE HA HAAPANEN HAGHBIN NAZARPAK HALDER HARA HASHIMOTO HASHIMOTO HASHISHIN HASSAN HAUTCOEUR HAYAKAWA HEIDENREICH HEINONEN HEINTZ HEINTZ HEMBERGER HENON HERBRETEAU HERBST HERMANGE HERRMANN HERRMANN HEUGUET HILMAS HJEZI HMOOD HOHMANN HOJO HOLMES HOLSTEIN HOLSTEIN HOMA HONDA HORLAIT HORNEZ HOSTASA HOUTA HRABALOVA HRENIAK HU HU HUANG HUANG HUANG HUCHET HUDSON HUGUET GARCIA HVIZDOS HVIZDOS HYUK IAKOVOS IAKOVOS IANCULESCU IANOS IBARZO IBRAHIM IDZKOWSKA IONESCU IONESCU ISMAILOV ITATANI ITO IVANOV IVANOVA IWAMOTO IWAMOTO IWAMOTO IWASAKI IZOULET JANG JRVELINEN JASPERS JASTRZEBSKA JAUBERTEAU JEON JEON JEROME JOUIN JOULIA JULBE First Name Thomas Yaser Ryan Agata Agnieszka Agnieszka Christian Gulsen Leyla Fazilet Youmin Elisangela Elisangela lvaro Jooyeon Janne Masoumeh Amit Shinji Shinobu Hideki Takeshi Mohamed Dominique Tomokatsu Manuel Saara Jean-Marc Jean-Marc Yannick Joseph Matthieu Kai Kurt Mathias Mathias Romain Greg Zahi Firas Mareike V. Junichi Rohan Nadja Nadja Johannes Sawao Denis Jean Christophe Jan Nadia Monika Dariusz Han-Yang Jianfeng Xiubing Chi-Yuen Cheng-Liang Guillaume Dominic Juan Pavol Pavol Kwon Sigalas Sigalas Adelina Carmen Robert Jrome Ismail Agnieszka Emanuel Emanuel Arnold Kiyoshi Shun Arkady Alexsandra Yuji Yuji Yuji Kentaro Antoine Byung-Koog Matti Lize Ilona Isabelle Jae-Ho Seol Ibarzo Jenny Aurelien Anne Type Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Keynote Keynote Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Keynote Session / Day Thursday Session 2 Monday Wednesday Session 1 Session 2 Monday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Monday Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Session 1 Wednesday Thursday Tuesday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Monday Monday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Session 2 Session 2 Wednesday Wednesday Monday Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Monday Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Session 2 Wednesday Monday Wednesday Monday Session 1 Session 2 Tuesday Session 2 Monday Thursday Session 1 Wednesday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Session 2 Thursday Thursday Monday Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Session 1 Session 1 Thursday Sched. / Build. 12:00 CEC 16:40 11:30 CEC CEC 14:00 09:00 15:40 08:30 15:00 09:40 14:00 ENSIL 15:00 15:20 11:30 CEC CEC ENSIL 17:40 14:30 13:30 11:40 11:50 14:00 15:00 11:40 11:10 ENSIL 13:50 09:20 09:00 14:20 09:40 09:00 09:00 ENSIL 14:40 ENSIL 11:20 11:50 14:00 15:20 09:40 09:40 14:00 12:00 ENSIL CEC 09:20 09:40 17:00 CEC CEC ENSIL ENSIL 14:20 CEC 09:40 11:10 ENSIL 14:30 14:20 09:20 17:00 CEC CEC 14:20 CEC 14:20 11:40 CEC 09:00 CEC ENSIL 13:30 11:30 14:20 CEC 09:20 14:20 17:40 CEC 09:20 ENSIL ENSIL 15:00 14:30 14:40 CEC ENSIL 13:30 Ref 686 B-48 675 167 A-5 B-9 119 773 752 440 129 863 757 A-125 231 320 3 A-45 A-6 B-79 433 414 126 629 406 230 517 422 735 A-156 740 397 249 38 525 584 691 B-72 598 A-126 391 622 536 528 144 699 687 308 B-91 B-29 875 620 31 B-10 A-46 A-127 A-128 244 A-7 702 489 B-73 544 516 490 587 A-31 B-30 866 B-31 689 511 A-8 874 B-11 A-129 581 888 442 B-49 706 373 237 B-12 151 B-103 A-74 601 727 704 A-9 A-75 410

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Name JUSTE JUSTE KAGOMIYA KAILER KAILER KAINZ KAINZ KAKIGI KAKIMOTO KAKIMOTO KALEMTAS KAMOCHI KAMSEU KAMSEU KANEKO KANERVA KANERVA KARA KAREIVA KAROLY KAIAROV KAIAROV KASTYL KASUGA KATO KEAWPAPASSON KERN KESZLER KEUTER KHASANOV KIENER KIKUCHI KIKUCHI KILLINGER KIM KIM KIM KIM KIM KIM KIRILL KITSOU KLEBERT KLEIN KOCJAN KONEGGER KONEGGER KORUZA KPOGBEMABOU KRISKOVA KRIVIC KROWKA KUMAR KUNDURACI KURT KUSANO KUZMINSKA LAAKSO LABUZ LAFON-PLACETTE LAGANAPAN LALLEMANT LAMLOUMI LANDFRIED LANFANT LARRAZ LASGORCEIX LAUCOURNET LAZAU LE GALLET LE PETITCORPS LE TRODEC LEBRETON LECLERCQ LECOMTE-NANA LECOMTE-NANA LEE LENCES LI LI LI LIN LIU Liu LOFAJ LOJKOWSKI LORGOUILLOUX LUDWIG LUDWIG LUSVARDI LYCKFELDT MADEC First Name Enrique Enrique Isao Andreas Andreas Theresa Theresa Hideyuki Ken-Ichi Ken-Ichi Ayse Nobuaki Elie Elie Shunya Ulla Ulla Alpagut Aivaras Zoltan Monika Monika Jaroslav Toshihiro Minato Pimpawee Frank Anna Maria Thomas Oleg Julien Takeyuki Takeyuki Andreas Ungsoo Byung-Nam Jong Ho Young-Hwan Jinseong Jin-Ho Vokhmintcev Ioanna Szilvia Andreas Andraz Thomas Thomas Jurij David Lubica Pero Joanna B.V.Manoj Nazim Ali Osman Yoshihiro Katarzyna Jarmo Anna Stphanie Aleena Lucile Raja Richard Briac Guillermo Marie Richard Radu Sophie Yann Marianne Florent Galle Gisle Laure Gisle Laure Eunju Zoltan Duan Wenjie Na Hui Qian Yan Frantisek Witold Yannick Susann Susann Gigliola Ola Clmentine Type Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Keynote Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Keynote Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Session / Day Wednesday Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Monday Wednesday Monday Session 1 Monday Session 1 Session 1 Monday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Thursday Wednesday Session 1 Session 1 Monday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Session 1 Monday Wednesday Tuesday Monday Session 2 Session 2 Session 1 Thursday Thursday Session 1 Thursday Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Monday Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Sched. / Build. 09:00 CEC 10:00 09:20 10:00 17:40 CEC ENSIL 15:20 ENSIL 17:20 11:10 15:20 ENSIL 16:40 CEC ENSIL 17:00 ENSIL 14:40 09:20 ENSIL ENSIL 14:40 14:40 17:00 17:20 14:20 ENSIL 13:30 09:40 ENSIL ENSIL 14:40 09:40 15:00 CEC ENSIL ENSIL CEC 14:00 CEC CEC 13:30 10:00 11:30 ENSIL 14:00 10:00 15:00 ENSIL 15:00 14:30 14:20 16:40 ENSIL ENSIL CEC 09:00 11:20 CEC 14:00 ENSIL 11:10 15:00 13:30 09:20 15:00 CEC 14:00 08:30 17:20 14:20 18:00 09:20 14:00 13:50 08:30 10:50 11:50 09:40 11:30 16:40 ENSIL 10:50 08:30 09:00 09:00 11:10 15:00 CEC ENSIL Ref 130 B-32 393 234 12 55 B-13 A-98 603 A-130 500 787 801 A-157 426 A-32 A-76 772 A-77 692 526 A-99 B-80 335 148 779 305 116 A-78 617 860 A-131 A-132 883 844 19 A-33 A-112 A-133 B-33 541 B-50 A-34 13 891 185 A-113 605 125 782 A-134 248 188 253 113 B-115 B-116 A-10 577 729 A-11 609 B-117 150 683 388 316 423 A-35 731 510 524 695 243 140 774 135 871 867 870 711 608 256 A-145 240 65 108 714 713 306 A-12 B-81

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Name MADEJ MAINI MALLIK MALZBENDER MALZBENDER MAMOUN MANNSCHATZ MANZAT MARANGONI MARCHET MARCHET MARDER MARINEL MARTELLI MART VALLS MARTIAS MARX MATA-OSORO MATA-OSORO MATOVIC MATRINGE MATSUSHIMA MAURY MAXIM MAZAHERI MCCORMICK MEDEGHINI MEDRI MEDRI MEILLE MELK MELLO CASTANHO MENZLER MERA MESSING MESTRE MESTRE MESTVIRISHVILI MIAZGA MICHALIK MICHIELSEN MICHIELSEN MIELEWCZYK-GRYN MIHAIU MIHAIU MINGAZZINI MINGAZZINI MINGAZZINI MITIC MITIC MONEGIER DU SORBIER MONFORT MONFORT GIMENO MORN RUIZ MORENO MORENO MORITA MOSHTAGHIOUN MOSHTAGHIOUN MOSKALA MOUSSA MCKE MUELLER-KOEHN MUGONI MHLER MUOZ NADERER NAGA NAGHIB-ZADEH NAIK NAKAMURA NAKANO NAKANO NAKAYAMA NAKAYAMA NARKEVICA NATALI MURRI NEMATI NEMATI NEVES NEVES NGUYEN NGUYEN NI NIAZI NIKKANEN NISHIYAMA NORTON NOZAKI OHARA OHASHI OKABE OLEVANO First Name Dominika Gianluca Manab Jrgen Jrgen Fellah Anne Andrei Mauro Pascal Pascal Rachel Sylvain Stefano Rafael Cline Hans-W. Gustavo Gustavo Branko Caroline Yuta Francis Florentina Mehdi Paul Laura Valentina Valentina Sylvain Latifa Sonia Norbert Gabriela Gary Sergio Sergio Zviad Aleksandra Daniel Bart Bart Aleksandra Susana Susana Claudio Claudio Claudio Vojislav Vojislav Quitterie Eliseo Eliseo Aroa Rodrigo Rodrigo Koji Bibi Malmal Bibi Malmal Norbert Georges Robert Axel Consuelo Thomas Josemari Michael Salma Hamid Kiran Suresh Jin Hiromi Hiromi Tadachika Masanobu Inga Annalisa Ali Ali Nuno Nuno Van Lam Julien De Wei Hamid Juha-Pekka Norimasa Andrew Kosuke Satoshi Naoki Momoko Daniela Type Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Keynote Keynote Keynote Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Keynote Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Keynote Poster Poster Session / Day Tuesday Monday Tuesday Monday Thursday Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Thursday Thursday Session 2 Monday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Monday Monday Tuesday Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Wednesday Session 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Thursday Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Session 2 Wednesday Session 2 Session 1 Monday Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Wednesday Thursday Monday Thursday Monday Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Session 1 Thursday Session 2 Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Wednesday Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Sched. / Build. 17:00 13:30 10:00 17:40 15:20 ENSIL 16:40 11:10 11:40 17:40 ENSIL CEC 15:00 14:20 CEC 15:00 17:00 14:20 CEC CEC CEC ENSIL ENSIL CEC 18:00 18:00 11:30 ENSIL ENSIL 11:20 10:50 CEC 13:30 13:30 13:30 10:00 CEC ENSIL 09:00 ENSIL 09:40 09:20 CEC 17:20 CEC 09:20 ENSIL ENSIL 09:40 CEC CEC 08:30 CEC CEC 14:20 CEC 17:00 ENSIL CEC ENSIL 10:50 11:40 14:40 15:20 15:00 ENSIL 17:20 11:30 11:10 17:40 11:50 16:40 ENSIL 15:20 CEC CEC 14:20 10:00 CEC 11:50 ENSIL 11:30 CEC 10:50 09:40 ENSIL 10:50 09:20 09:20 17:40 08:30 CEC ENSIL Ref 688 893 717 405 64 A-79 497 235 785 592 A-135 A-13 180 628 B-51 765 247 596 A-14 B-14 A-15 B-92 A-80 B-15 930 66 847 A-100 B-118 299 520 A-47 877 868 513 794 B-52 A-114 109 B-93 123 375 A-48 260 B-53 508 A-81 B-104 63 B-16 B-34 895 B-54 A-49 147 A-16 149 A-146 B-17 A-115 865 172 121 588 58 A-82 614 330 597 160 309 103 A-136 183 B-55 B-56 759 583 A-36 286 A-101 861 B-57 383 254 B-82 161 14 312 175 616 A-50 A-83

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Name ORERA ORISAKWE ORTMANN OZEN ZER PAGKOURA PANAGIOTOPOULOU PANAGIOTOPOULOU PAPA PAPAKONSTANTINOU PARTSCHEFELD PARTYKA PARTYKA PASIERB PAVLIC PAWLIK PAZARLIOGLU PECANAC PEE PEE PEKKAN PEKKAN PEA PETRAKLI PETROVSKY PETROVSKY PETROVSKY PICCOLROAZ PIECHOWIAK PIENTI PIETA PIORRA PIQUERO PITHAN PLEWA POIRIER POLITOVA POLITOVA POLNAR PONS PONSOT PONTIKES PORTAL POST POUCHLY POUHET POYATO PRAKASAM PREISS PREUX PRICHA PROROK PSYLLAKI QIAN QUANDT RABACHE RACHUT RAETHER RAIMONDO RAMANUJAM RAMBALDI RAMBALDI RAMBALDI RAMOS RANI RASP RAVKINA REBECCHI REBILLAT REDDY REICHEL REICHMANN REMPP REMY RENZ RENZ REVERON REYNAUD RGUITI RICHTER RITZBERGER ROCHA ROEDEL ROEDEL ROJAC ROOSEN ROSENBERGER ROSSIGNOL ROSSIGNOL ROUSSI RUBIO RUBIO RUFFINI First Name Alodia Esther Claudia Nimet Hasan Chrysa Chrysanthi Chrysanthi Elettra Konstantina Stephan Janusz Janusz Pawel Jernej Tomasz Suleyman Serdar Goran Jae-Hwan Jae-Hwan Keriman Keriman Jess Alejandro Foteini Vitaly Vitaly Vitaly Andrea Malgorzata Anna Laura Agnieszka Andr Thierry Christian Julian Jacques Ekaterina Ekaterina Joanna Aenor Ins Yiannis Laura Ekkehard Vaclav Raphaelle Rosala Mythili Laura Nicolas Irene Ryszard Pandora Bin Eckhard Camille Karsten Friedrich Mariarosa Prabhu Elisa Elisa Elisa Francisco Jyoti Tobias Olga Daniele Francis Allu Amarnath Uwe Mickael Andreas Elodie Alexander Alexander Helen Pascal Mohamed Hans-Juergen Christian Renata Juergen Juergen Tadej Andreas Nils Sylvie Sylvie Eleni Fausto Fausto Andrea Type Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Keynote Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Keynote Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Keynote Poster Oral Oral Keynote Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Keynote Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Oral Session / Day Monday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Thursday Session 1 Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Monday Wednesday Session 1 Wednesday Thursday Monday Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Wednesday Monday Monday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 2 Monday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Thursday Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Thursday Monday Session 2 Monday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Session 2 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Session 1 Wednesday Thursday Session 1 Session 1 Monday Wednesday Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Monday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Thursday Session 1 Wednesday Sched. / Build. 16:40 14:00 16:40 09:40 CEC CEC 15:00 15:20 10:50 12:00 15:20 14:00 ENSIL CEC 16:40 ENSIL ENSIL 09:00 13:30 14:20 11:30 ENSIL ENSIL CEC 16:40 11:10 CEC 09:40 11:20 17:00 ENSIL ENSIL CEC 15:00 ENSIL 08:30 14:00 14:20 ENSIL 14:40 11:20 18:00 CEC 16:40 16:40 17:20 CEC 09:20 ENSIL 11:30 11:10 16:40 ENSIL 14:40 13:30 CEC 16:40 14:10 13:30 11:10 09:00 11:50 ENSIL 14:00 15:20 17:40 10:50 11:30 ENSIL 09:20 14:40 CEC ENSIL 17:00 14:10 ENSIL 09:00 11:10 11:30 11:30 ENSIL CEC 17:40 17:00 14:40 08:30 10:50 ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL 14:00 CEC 11:10 Ref 494 864 311 788 A-37 B-58 799 800 132 758 796 753 A-158 A-51 618 B-94 A-102 723 845 778 780 A-159 A-137 B-59 540 62 A-19 11 168 709 B-106 A-138 B-35 20 B-95 703 593 590 A-139 367 776 805 B-18 769 61 790 A-17 901 A-103 255 600 725 A-84 170 591 B-19 604 139 257 44 762 791 B-119 102 396 59 417 789 A-147 371 631 A-52 A-85 133 677 A-86 498 523 615 141 A-104 A-24 624 625 46 903 47 A-160 B-120 A-87 434 A-18 292

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Name RUTKOWSKI RUTKOWSKI SADYKOV SAJGALIK SAKELLARIOU SAKKA SAKKAS SALAMEH SALAMON SALEK SALMA-ANCANE SALVADOR-LEVEHANG SNCHEZ SNCHEZ SANCHEZ-MORENO SANSON SANSON SATARDEKAR SCARINGELLA-GUERRITAT SCHABIKOWSKI SCHITCO SCHULZE-KPPERS SCHWARTZ SCITI SEIF-EDDINE SEO SEPPL SERRA SERRA SERRA SERRA SERRANO ZABALETA SGLAVO SHASHKEEV SHIIBA SHIMODA SHIN SHINAGAWA SILIGARDI SILVONEN SIMON SIMSEK SINGLARD SIRILAR SIVASANKARAN SLODCZYK SMITH SMITH SMITH SNIEZEK SOBRADOS SOBRADOS SOJREF SONDERBY SOPICKA-LIZER SOUDIER SPERBERGA SPERBERGA SPRIO STANDKE STEIL STIERNSTEDT STOURNARI STRYSZEWSKA STRYSZEWSKA SU SU SUASMORO SUEHIRO SUEHIRO SUGAHARA SUJARIDWORAKUN SUZUKI SZAFRAN SZCZERBA TADIER TAFU TAKEMURA TAMSU SELLI TAMSU SELLI TAMURA TANAKA TASCI TASCI TATAMI TATARKO TEN ELSHOF TERNER TEWARI TEWARI TEYSSANDIER TEYSSANDIER THOMAS First Name Pawel Pawel Vladislav Pavol Kyriaki Yoshio Konstantinos Chrystelle David Guillaume Kristine Claudia Enrique Enrique Jose Manuel Alessandra Alessandra Pradnyesh Yohann Mateusz Cristina Falk Matthieu Diletta Bendaoudi Jeong Uk Sari Jose M. Jose M. Jose M. Jose M. Sonia Vincenzo M. Konstantin Hiromasa Kazuya Hyo-Soon Kazunari Cristina Jussi Adrian Gulsu Marc Pakawadee Visweshwar Aneta David S. Agns Agns Edyta Isabel Isabel Regine Steffen Malgorzata Jrme Ingunda Ingunda Simone Gisela Malru Cesar Johanna Vasiliki Teresa Teresa Haijun Haijun Suasmoro Shiho Shiho Yoshiyuki Pornapa Tohru Mikolaj Jacek Solne Masamoto Yuka Neslihan Neslihan Kenichi Satoshi Eda Eda Junichi Peter Johan E. Mark Abhishek Abhishek Francis Francis Philippe Type Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Keynote Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Keynote Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Keynote Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Poster Poster Keynote Poster Keynote Oral Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Session / Day Session 2 Session 2 Wednesday Tuesday Session 2 Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 2 Session 2 Monday Monday Thursday Monday Session 1 Monday Session 1 Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Monday Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Session 2 Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Thursday Wednesday Thursday Session 2 Wednesday Thursday Session 1 Session 2 Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Session 1 Session 1 Thursday Wednesday Session 2 Monday Thursday Session 1 Session 1 Wednesday Wednesday Session 1 Session 2 Session 2 Tuesday Session 2 Monday Monday Session 2 Thursday Session 2 Session 2 Monday Session 1 Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Sched. / Build. ENSIL ENSIL 09:00 11:10 CEC 13:30 17:40 09:00 18:00 17:40 ENSIL CEC 15:20 17:40 13:30 14:40 ENSIL 17:00 ENSIL 18:00 11:10 09:20 CEC 14:00 ENSIL CEC CEC 09:40 CEC CEC CEC 17:00 16:40 11:30 14:20 11:30 CEC 18:00 10:50 CEC 09:40 11:10 10:00 09:20 17:20 09:00 14:10 09:00 ENSIL 11:30 09:00 CEC ENSIL 18:00 11:40 09:40 ENSIL ENSIL 13:30 09:20 CEC 18:00 10:00 ENSIL ENSIL 11:30 11:50 ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL 08:30 CEC 13:30 17:40 ENSIL 11:40 CEC CEC 18:00 ENSIL ENSIL 09:20 10:50 13:50 17:40 14:20 09:20 16:40 17:00 09:00 10:50 ENSIL CEC Ref B-83 B-84 435 869 B-60 107 792 862 174 242 B-74 B-61 261 803 719 369 A-88 427 A-89 176 872 384 A-53 685 B-107 A-54 A-21 395 A-55 A-56 B-62 535 145 707 390 519 B-63 35 301 A-38 366 852 154 754 437 420 768 756 B-121 745 326 A-57 B-122 428 674 705 A-116 A-161 334 696 B-36 429 430 A-162 A-163 45 52 A-90 B-96 B-97 889 B-37 539 181 B-108 300 B-64 B-65 793 A-164 A-105 626 798 797 518 532 143 407 54 53 514 A-91 A-58

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Name TOCI TODD TOPFER TORU TOYAMA TRAIANIDIS TUNALI TUNALI TURAN TURAN UCHIDA UNLU V. SRDIC V. SRDIC VAIDHYANATHAN VALDIVIESO VALDIVIESO VAN DER BIEST VANEK VARDELLE VARDELLE VASECHKO VASILESCU VERBRAEKEN VIDAL VILARINHO VILARINHO VILLAFUERTE
VILLAFUERTE-CASTREJN

First Name Guido Richard Jorg Denis Takeshi Maria Ayse Ayse Ahmet Ahmet Masayuki Mehtap Deniz Vladimir Vladimir Bala Francois Francois Omer Premysl Armelle Armelle Viacheslav Catalina-Andreea Maarten Karmele Paula Paula Elena Mara Elena Katarina Kirill Adrian Adrian Sebastian Fumihiro Shiwei Moo-Chin Jan Moritz Alicia Mirko Michael Paulina Dorothea Bartosz Sangkuk Yuchun Chen Takayoshi Chunlei Takayuki Takayuki Wein-Duo Dong-Hun Dong-Hun H. Aygul Ezgi Mi-Young Michiyuki Masataka Masahiro Masahiro Jinshan Pei-Ching Pei-Ching Rafika Rafika Ieva Mohamed Victor Victor Chiara Chiara Peng Peng Peng Wen Yifei Guo-Jun Di Yudi Zhe Zhe Yanchun Yunzhou Fei

Type Oral Keynote Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Keynote Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Poster Oral Poster Keynote Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Keynote Oral Keynote Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Oral Poster Poster Keynote Oral Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Poster Oral Oral Poster Oral Oral Oral Poster Poster Oral Oral Keynote Oral Poster Keynote Poster Oral Poster Oral

Session / Day Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Session 2 Tuesday Monday Session 1 Thursday Session 1 Wednesday Session 2 Monday Session 1 Thursday Tuesday Thursday Session 2 Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Wednesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 2 Monday Monday Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Monday Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Monday Session 1 Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Session 2 Session 2 Tuesday Session 2 Session 2 Session 1 Monday Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Tuesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Tuesday Monday Session 1 Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Session 1 Session 2 Monday Monday Tuesday Thursday Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Tuesday Session 1 Thursday

Sched. / Build. 09:00 13:30 10:50 15:40 ENSIL 17:40 17:20 ENSIL 15:40 CEC 11:50 CEC 14:40 ENSIL 13:30 17:20 14:40 CEC 09:40 11:50 ENSIL 11:10 ENSIL 17:00 CEC 13:30 15:20 ENSIL ENSIL CEC 15:00 ENSIL ENSIL CEC 14:40 17:20 CEC 13:30 09:40 13:30 ENSIL CEC 09:40 CEC CEC ENSIL 15:20 ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL CEC CEC ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL 17:20 ENSIL ENSIL 13:30 15:20 ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL ENSIL CEC 15:20 17:40 ENSIL 13:30 09:20 17:40 ENSIL ENSIL 15:20 17:40 13:30 09:20 ENSIL 13:30 CEC 09:20 ENSIL 14:00

Ref 594 131 602 589 B-123 879 802 A-92 186 A-20 611 B-38 586 A-140 122 33 512 B-20 327 258 A-93 436 A-141 404 B-66 899 900 A-94 A-142 A-22 189 A-117 B-85 A-59 28 178 A-39 894 158 492 B-98 B-21 166 B-22 B-39 A-118 194 B-86 A-106 A-148 B-100 B-99 A-60 A-61 A-119 B-124 A-95 413 A-120 A-107 319 252 A-121 A-165 B-125 A-143 A-144 A-23 737 738 A-149 806 764 318 A-108 B-75 190 195 698 303 A-150 68 A-62 734 A-122 138

VOJISAVLJEVIC VOKHMINTCEV VOLCEANOV VOLCEANOV WACHOWSKI WAKAI WANG WANG WASTIELS WEGENER WEIBEL WEIDNER WEILGUNI WIECINSKA WINKLER WJTOWICZ WOO WU XU YABUUCHI YAN YANAGIDA YANAGIDA YANG YEO YEO YEPREM YILMAZ YOON YOSHIDA YOSHIKAWA YOSHIMURA YOSHIMURA YU YU YU ZAABI ZAABI ZAKE-TILUGA ZAKI ZAMORA RODRIGUEZ ZAMORA RODRIGUEZ ZANELLI ZANELLI ZENG ZENG ZENG ZHANG ZHANG ZHANG ZHANG ZHANG ZHAO ZHAO ZHOU ZHU ZUO

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