Abstract Submission - Now Available!

Abstracts will be accepted by the BoratePhosphate2020 Organizing Committee until TBD.  Please use the template and specify a preference for either an oral or poster presentation.  We will do our best to accommodate your preference, but are also trying to avoid concurrent sessions at the conference.

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BorPhos2020 Abstract Form (docx)

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Conference Program - Honorees

Borate X

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

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Dr. Efstratos (Stratos) Kamitsos

In recognition of a lifelong dedication to the structure/property understanding of borate glasses.

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

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Prof. Ladislav Koudelka

In recognition of a lengthy career working on phosphate and borophosphate glasses.  Host of the 2014 Borate Phosphate Conference in Pardubice, Czech Republic.

Invited Speakers

Borate I

Borate III

Borate III

Prof. Maria Krzhizhanovskaya - St. Petersburg State University

Crystalline borosilicates: hierarchy, building blocks and thermal expansion 

Borate III

Borate III

Borate III

Prof. Hellmut Eckert

NMR and Borates

Borate V

Borate III

Borate II

Prof. Atsunobu Masuno -  Hirosaki University 

Physical and Structural properties of rare earth borate glasses composed of isolated BO3 units 

Borate II

Borate II

Borate II

Prof. Jincheng Du - University of North Texas

Molecular dynamics simulations of borate glasses

Borate IV

Borate II

Borate IV

Prof. Gerald LeLong - Sorbonne University

Lithium borates: from ambient conditions to very high-pressure 

Borate VI

Borate II

Borate IV

Prof. Morten Smedskjaer - Aalborg University

 Suppressing Crack Initiation in Aluminoborate Glasses by Humid Aging 

Invited Speakers

Phosphate I

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Prof. Yohei Onodera - Kyoto University

Network modification in zinc phosphate glass

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Prof. Mattias Eden - University of Stockholm

Short and Medium Range Structures of Borophosphosilicate Glasses Revealed by Solid-State NMR and MD Simulations

Phosphate V

Phosphate III

Phosphate II

Dr. Ana Santic - Rudjer Boskovic Institute

Polaronic and ionic conductivity in phosphate-based glasses

Phosphate II

Phosphate II

Phosphate II

Prof. Jonathan Massera - Tampere University of Technology

Optically- and bio-active phosphate glasses/fibers for tissue regeneration and sensing

Phosphate IV

Phosphate II

Phosphate IV

Prof. Sabyasachi Sen - University of California, Davis

Viscous flow mechanisms in supercooled metaphosphate liquids: Results from rheometry and 31P NMR spectroscopy

Phosphate VI

Phosphate II

Phosphate IV

Prof. Jeremy  Soulié -   

Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse

Amorphous calcium ortho/pyrophosphate: from structure to biomaterial

Conference Sessions - Coming Soon

Borate X

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Content to be developed

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Phosphate III

Content to be developed