Conference Overview

This joint meeting, to be held at the Corning Radisson Hotel, is comprised of two conferences that will run sequentially. On the third day of the meeting there will be a combined day dedicated to borophosphate glasses followed by a conference dinner to mark the close of the Borate Conference and the start of the Phosphate Conference.


This will be the 10th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts and the 3rd International Conference on Phosphate Materials.

Themes

Energy

Healthcare

Optical and data storage materials

Property-structure relationships

Fundamentals of the glassy state

Novel glasses, crystals and melts

Technology and Industry

Conference History

2017 - Oxford, United Kingdom

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9th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

2nd Internation Conference on Phosphate Materials

Organized by Prof. Emma Barney

2014 - Pardubice, Czech Republic

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8th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

1st International Conference on Phosphate Materials

Organized by Prof. Ladislav Koudelka

2011 - Halifax, Canada

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7th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

Organized by Prof. Josef Zwanziger

2008 - Himeji, Japan

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6th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

Organized by Dr. Norimasa Umesaki

2005 - Trento, Italy

5th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

Organized by Profs. Giuseppe Dalba and Francesco Rocca

2002 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa (USA)

4th International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

Organized by Profs. Steve Feller and Mario Affatigato

1999 - Sofia, Bulgaria

3rd International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

Organized by Prof. Yanko Dimitriev

1996 - Abingdon, United Kingdom

2nd International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts

Organized by Profs. Steve Feller and Adrian Wright

1977 - Alfred, New York (USA)

1st International Conference on Borate Glasses, Crystals and Melts (then called Boron in Glass and Glass-Ceramics)

Organized by Prof. L. David Pye

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Welcome to Corning

Home to the Corning Museum of Glass and Corning Incorporated, and located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York.  Alfred University, site of the first Borate Conference (1977), is nearby.