Symposium CM
Science and Technology for Silicate Ceramics

Michele DONDI, CNR-ISTEC, Italy
Maximina ROMERO, CSIC-IETCC, Spain
Fernanda ANDREOLA, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Anselmo O. BOSCHI, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Brazil
Richard BOWMAN, Intertile Research Pty Ltd, Australia
William M. CARTY, Alfred University, USA
Lahcen DAOUDI, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco
Katja DOMBROWSKI-DAUBE, Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
Vilma DUCMAN, ZAG Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dolores ELICHE QUESADA, Jaen University, Spain
Laszlo A. GOMZE, University of Miskolc, Hungary
Alvaro GUZMAN APONTE, Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería Julio Garavito, Colombia
Dachamir HOTZA, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Ali M. ISMAIL, National Research Centre, Egypt
Fakher JAMOUSSI, CNRSM, Technopole Borj Cedria, Tunisie
Aeslina Abdul KADIR, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia
Alpagut KARA, Anadolu University, Turkey
Alexander KARAMANOV, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Hiroaki KATSUKI, KICET, South Korea
Ungsoo KIM, Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering, South Korea
Joao A. LABRINCHA, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Cristina LEONELLI, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Kenneth J.D. MacKENZIE, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Satyendra N. MISRA, CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute, India
Arnaldo MORENO BERTO, Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica, Spain
Pedro MUNOZ VELASCO, Universidad Autonoma de Chile, Chile
Xiaosheng OUYANG, Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, China
Angel PALOMO SANCHEZ, Instituto Eduardo Torroja - CSIC, Spain
Janusz PARTYKA, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Yiannis PONTIKES, KU Leuven, Belgium
Elisa RAMBALDI, Centro Ceramico Bologna, Italy
Oscar Jaime RESTREPO BAENA, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
Juan Jacobo RUIZ VALDES, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Alberto N. SCIAN, CETMIC, Argentina
Servet TURAN, Anadolu University, Turkey
Milica VASIC, Institute for Testing of Materials IMS, Serbia
Alberto VIANI, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics AS CR, Czech Rep.
Jose Luis AMOROS, Instituto de Tecnologia Ceramica (ITC), Spain
Luisa BARBIERI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Adriano M. BERNARDIN, Santa Catarina Extreme South University, Brazil
Vilma DUCMAN, ZAG Ljubljana, Slovenia
Claudio FERONE, University Parthenope of Naples, Italy
Carlos Mauricio FONTES VIEIRA, State University of Northern Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Dachamir HOTZA, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Mirja ILLIKAINEN, University of Oulu, Finland
Nobuaki KAMOCHI, Saga Ceramics Research Laboratory, Japan
Ferhat KARA, Anadolu University, Turkey
Alexander KARAMANOV, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Joao A. LABRINCHA, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Urska LAVRENCIC STANGAR, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Cristina LEONELLI, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Monia MONTORSI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Marta PALACIOS, Eduardo Torroja Institute – CSIC, Spain
Elisa RAMBALDI, Centro Ceramico Bologna, Italy
Jonjaua RANOGAJEC, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Andrijana SEVER SKAPIN, Slovenian National Building and Civil Eng.Inst. (ZAG), Slovenia
Cristina SILIGARDI / Chiara FERRARI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Rosa TAURINO, University of Parma, Italy
Anja TERZIC, Institute for Testing of Materials – IMS, Serbia
David TOBALDI, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Paolo ZANNINI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Silicate ceramics account for over 80% of the ceramic industry turnover on a global basis. Future expansion is also predicted on increasing demand from construction and domestic uses, driven by improved life standards and demographic growth. In such a competitive and dynamic landscape, process and product innovation proved to be the key for growth. Ceramic technologies have been continuously upgrading and manufacturers are looking to industry 4.0 processing systems. The purpose of this symposium is to focus interest on ongoing R&D activities on silicate ceramics: wall and floor tiles, sanitaryware and tableware, bricks and roof tiles, ceramic technology and machinery, glazes and pigments, and raw materials. Matter will cover research work on the properties and behaviour of materials, quality assurance, development of new ceramic products and manufacturing technologies.
Session Topics

CM-1 Smart silicate ceramics

There is an increasing industrial concern on technologies able to provide additional properties to silicate ceramic surfaces, turning them capable of reacting with the environment, so that the ceramics become an active element contributing to the control of the environment and to the energetic sustainability. Contributions on functionalized surfaces (self-cleaning, bacteriostatic or providing high reflectance, controlled grip, wear resistance, magnetic shielding, thermo-hygrometric comfort or energy harvesting) as well as durability, efficiency, scale-up to large surfaces, and testing procedures of multifunctional silicate ceramics are welcome.

CM-2 Green silicate ceramics

Social and technological challanges require a further effort to improve the sustainability of ceramic manufacturing. This session will take stock of technological solutions and processing innovation in the silicate ceramic industry (tiles, sanitaryware, glazes, bricks, etc). A special focus will concern health and environmental issues (e.g., CO2 emissions, crystalline silica, green certificates, reduction of wastes originated during processing) and all aspects of valorization of residues as raw materials in the manufacture of ceramics.

CM-3 Coating and decoration of silicate ceramics

The new scenario drawn by the advent of digital technologies is continuously evolving from decoration towards application of special effects, glazes and functional coatings. The last advances in surface coating and decoration by ink-jet printing and further drop-on-demand technologies will be reviewed. This session deals with materials development and behaviour (ceramic inks, engobes, effects, glazes, etc) including environmental sustainability and green chemistry in colorant manufacturing.

CM-4 Innovative processing in silicate ceramics

The ceramic industry has to tackle the challenges coming from evolving market demand, new construction systems and product standards. This session will focus on innovative manufacturing of silicate ceramics (e.g., large slabs, 3D printing, novel granulation systems, etc) and progress in the processing of composites and geopolymers.

CM-5 Geopolymers

Preparation and characterization: Synthesis and processing; Geopolymerization kinetics; Conversion to ceramics; Composites; Microstructure; Thermal properties; Mechanical properties; Chemical stability and adhesion. Applications: Geopolymer concrete; Waste immobilisation; High-technology applications (electronic properties, bioactivity, catalysis); Commercialization issue.


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