Opportunities Abound at Ceramics Expo
Ceramic industry professionals can discover new technologies and solutions at the upcoming Ceramics Expo.
Manufacturing is a major industry in the Midwest, and Ohio is nationally recognized as a burgeoning center of science and industry. Consequently, it makes sense to host the inaugural Ceramics Expo tradeshow for professionals involved with the ceramic manufacturing supply chain in Cleveland, Ohio. From April 28-30, industry leaders, technical directors, buyers and executives will experience the debut of Ceramics Expo, which will be held at Cleveland’s I-X Center and is free to attend.
Exhibition and Networking
The new show will feature a comprehensive exhibition for industry professionals to connect with other experts, source customized solutions, and learn about the most recent technologies. The exhibition will showcase technical products and services from a range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, energy, medical, military and many others. The exhibition floor will be open during the day Tuesday through Thursday.
The Ceramics Expo conference will take place simultaneously with the exhibition on each day of the event. The conference will offer two educational tracks: one track will cover improvements in manufacturing processes for the ceramics and glass communities, and the other will discuss applications of advanced ceramics and glasses. Expert viewpoints will be shared through a combination of panel discussions, case studies and keynote presentations.
Conference topics in both tracks will primarily focus on four themes: transportation, energy, sustainability, and specialty ceramic and glass manufacturing. In the transportation arena, manufacturers are seeing the advantages of using advanced ceramic materials to respond to consumer demands and regulations that require increased energy efficiency. Key topics in this theme will cover engine materials, ceramic brakes, sensors and more.
Similar types of ceramic materials are also used in the generation, storage and delivery of energy. Energy-intensive industries are turning to ceramics and additive manufacturing processes to achieve stricter emissions targets, reduce energy and maintenance costs, and improve sustainability. Topics relating to the specialty ceramic and glass theme will feature growing industries that use advanced ceramics and glasses, such as mobile communications and biomedical materials.
For more information, visit www.ceramicsexpousa.com.
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