The 2012 Glass & Optical Materials Division (GOMD) meeting will have more than 285 presentations and posters regarding the physical properties, technological processes and other issues important to glasses, amorphous solids and optical materials.
Registration is now open for the 2012 Glass & Optical Materials Division meeting. To take place 20-24 May in St. Louis, GOMD 2012 covers physical properties, technological processes and other issues important to glasses, amorphous solids and optical materials.
Over 285 presentations and posters will cover advances in non-oxided glasses, bioglass, photosensitivity and laser modification, optical coatings, energy applications, sol-gel derived materials and more. The meeting also includes a poster session and a student poster contest.
GOMD 2012 is designed for materials professionals involved in the scientific research & development, application and manufacturing of all glass types, including optical materials, fiber optics, encapsulation of nuclear/hazardous waste, super high-strength glasses and countless others.