Ceramics Japan: Exploring Advanced Ceramics and other Highly Functional Materials
Visitors to Ceramics Japan will have the opportunity to see hundreds of innovations related to advanced ceramic materials and components.
Ceramics Japan will be held December 5-7 at Makuhari Messe near Tokyo, Japan. The event is part of Highly Functional Material Week, which will also feature additional concurrent industry trade shows: FilmTech Japan, Plastic Japan, Metal Japan, Joining Japan, Paint & Coatings Japan, and FineTech Japan.
More than 1,300 exhibitors showcased their products and technologies for over 67,600 attendees during the various shows that were included in the most recent Highly Functional Material Week. Overall, that conference drew 11,200 attendees to almost 250 technical sessions.
Exhibitors at Ceramics Japan offer products ranging from raw materials and processing equipment to finished technical components and products. Attendees can expect to see the latest technologies related to materials such as alumina and zirconia; ceramic coatings and coating equipment; powder processing equipment and services; manufacturing equipment such as kilns and presses; processing technologies like cutting, grinding, and threading; high-tech ceramic products such as wafers, capacitors, and filters; and many more. Attendees to the show will include ceramic manufacturers and end users in industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, and biomedical.
Ceramics Japan Conference
Past keynote speakers for Ceramics Japan have included Masahiro Inagaki, senior executive officer and general manager of Kyocera Corp.’s research group; Shinichi Odo, representative director, chairman of the board and CEO of NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd.; and Thomas Appelt, president and general manager of Corning International.
Past conference topics have included: “Atomic and Electronic Structure Analysis of Ceramic Interfaces Using Advanced Electron Microscopy Method,” “Realization of Development and Mass Production of Thin Film Capacitors for Substrate Built-In,” “Development of All Solid State Battery Using Ion Conductive Glass Ceramics,” “Diversification of Monolithic Ceramic Capacitors for Automobiles and their Technological Outlook,” and many more.*
For more information, visit http://www.ceramics-japan.jp/en.
*The program schedule for the 2018 event was not available at press time.