Netzsch recently announced it will hold its HI TEMP 2014 conference September 17-19 in Santa Fe, N.M. The conference is intended to examine the most recent understanding of “high temperature” and experimental studies of high-temperature materials, processes, and diagnostics for scientific and technological applications.
The conference will include presentations on topics including thermoelectric materials, thermal barriers, piezoelectric, nuclear reactor materials, radioactive waste, high-temperature ceramics, catalysts and insulating materials. Keynote lectures and a poster session will also take place.
For more information, visit www.hitemp2014.com.