Corning Showcases Ceramic and Glass Technologies at Ceramics Expo 2019
Corning has participated in Ceramics Expo since the inaugural show in 2014.
Corning Inc. recently announced that it is showcasing a collection of its ceramic and glass technologies in booth 617 at Ceramics Expo in Cleveland, Ohio. Corning has participated in Ceramics Expo since the inaugural show in 2014.
“Ceramics Expo provides an opportunity for Corning scientists and engineers to connect with industry professionals to explore solutions, discuss trends, and learn about new materials,” said Kamal Soni, research director for Crystalline Materials Research with Corning. “These discussions help us to create impactful innovations.”
A focus at this year’s show will be Corning’s ceramic and glass technologies, including Alumina Ribbon Ceramic, Precision Glass Solutions, and Corning® Willow® Glass. Corning reports that each of these products can enable high-performance applications in consumer electronics and the Internet of Things.
In addition to showcasing emissions control products, Willard Cutler, division vice president for commercial technology development with Corning Environmental Technologies, represented Corning at an interactive panel, “Discussing Growth Areas, Future Opportunities and Challenges in Ceramics,” on April 30 to identify the fastest growth areas across industries and future opportunities for advanced ceramics. This session included discussion about alternative energy and energy storage, hybrid automotive and aircraft, consumer electronics and cell phones, and biomedical innovations.
“Ceramics are unique;—finding applications where we can extract the power of what these materials can do, over a diverse set of markets is the kind of challenge Corning seeks,” Cutler said. “We are just scratching the surface of what is possible with ceramic science and related materials in the automotive sector, and this is a great opportunity for Corning to connect with scientists and engineers to continue to make advancements.”