76th Conference on Glass Problems call for abstracts

The 2015 edition of the Conference on Glass Problems, scheduled to take place in Ohio, US, on 2-5 November, is calling for abstracts for its 76th edition. Topics of interest include glass melting; refractories; process control and sensors; modelling; energy and emissions; raw materials, batching, and recycling.

The 76th Conference on Glass Problems invites, engineers, educators, students and solutions providers working on various aspects of glass manufacturing to submit an abstract (maximum 400 words or 2,400 characters) for an oral presentation at this prestigious industry conference. The conference will be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center and the Columbus Hilton Downtown, Ohio, US, on 2-5 November 2015.
Broad topics of interest are: glass melting; refractories; process control and sensors; modelling; energy and emissions; raw materials, batching, and recycling; new topics (relevant to glass industries).
Selected presenters are required to submit a paper for publication of proceedings of the conference. Those who wish to submit an abstract can download the attached abstract submission form 76th GPC Abstract Submission Form; filling in the abstract submission form fields and returning the completed abstract submission form as an email attachment to Donna Banks (dbanks@gmic.org) by 26 January 2015.
The Conference on Glass Problems is the largest glass manufacturing conference in North America, attracting glass manufacturers and supplier worldwide to exchange innovations and problem solutions. Co-organized by the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council and Alfred University, the conference provides expert lectures, panel discussions and focused courses, along with tabletop exhibits and social events.
The 76th Conference on Glass Problems is organized by the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council and Alfred University and endorsed by The American Ceramic Society.