14 juin 2019 -
15 juin 2019 / PARIS
École d’été 2019 : High and ultra-high temperature ceramics : reactivity and corrosion
On connection with the 16th conference of the European Ceramic Society (in Turin, from 14 to 15 June 2019) the ECERS organizes a Summer School for young ceramics the previous week.
The theme of the school is: The high temperature ceramics: ultra-refractories, thermo-structural composites and refractories – reactivity and corrosion.
We plan to host 40 students and 20-40 professionals from research centres and industry from all over the world and invite about 10 professors, internationally recognized in this field.
The duration of the courses will be 1 hour and half. The evening of 14th June will be devoted to exchanges between students, industrial professionals and professors. During this evening, a poster session will be organized. Each student will have to present his research activities.
In collaboration with the Politechnico di Torino, this school will be held at the Lingotto Building (Turin).
The courses will deal with very broad topics : design and properties of ceramics for high and ultra-high temperatures, fundamental aspects (thermodynamic, kinetics, wetting and infiltration, mechanisms of corrosion), Testing and advanced characterization methods, Applications (aerospace,nuclear, steel making, metallurgy, glass, energy, incineration, …)
2. Benefits of this summer School
The organization of an international summer school just before the Turin conference would favor the attendance to ECERS19 of students, industrial professionals (ceramics, metallurgy, aero-space, nuclear, cement, incineration, refractory manufacturers,…) and professors coming from Europe but also USA and Canada and other countries ( Asia) outside Europe. It will create links between different scientific communities and between industrial and academic research. This Summer School » High and ultra-high temperature ceramics: reactivity and corrosion » aims to promote cooperation on educational programs in refractories and ultra refractories amongst major institutions and companies of the sector. This school will favor networking between young scientists and experimented professors. The participation of American and Asia professors is desired as well as the presence of international students to promote scientific exchanges between these different continents
GFC in collaboration with the Politechnico di Torino and supported by JECS Trust
date et horaires
14 juin 2019 -
15 juin 2019, Toute la journée.
11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie, 75005 PARIS
Date et bulletin de soumission
Date non spécifiée
• The high and ultra-high temperature ceramics: design and properties
Ultra-high temperature refractories
• Corrosion and reactivity of the high and ultra-high temperature ceramics: the fundamentals
Features of high temperature corrosion
• Thermodynamics, phase diagrams and chemical reactions
Wetting and infiltration
Reactions and mechanisms of corrosion (by gas, metal, oxides, molten salts)
Thermal, chemical and mechanical couplings
• Testing and characterization methods
Testing ultra-high temperature refractories
Testing composite materials
• The impact of reactivity and corrosion, applications
The details of the program remain to be defined
The evening of 14th june will be devoted to exchanges between studants, industrial professionals and professors. During this evening, a poster session will be organized. Each student will have to present his research activities.
A serie of 3 corrosion books, written by some professors of this summer school will be offered to students ( sponsored by learned societies, Federation for International Refractory Research and Education (FIRE), industrial sponsors )
• Geographical distribution of teachers: North America 2, Asia 2, Europe 6 (including 3 French)
• 10 teachers have been contacted (see list).
8 professors gave a positive answer and gave a topic (title) of course.
We are waiting for the response from two professors ( Pr Yutaka Kagawa, Katayanagi Advanced Research Laboratories, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan and Dr Carmen Carney,Ohio state University .USA)
We have planned to contact other colleagues if their answer was negative
1. Pr. M Rigaud, Ecole Polytechnique, Canada firstname.lastname@example.org
Features of high temperature corrosion: fundamental aspects and impact of corrosion
2. Pr In-Ho Jung, Seoul National University Korean. Inemail@example.com
Thermodynamics of High and ultra-high temperature ceramics : phase diagrams and chemical reactions
3. Pr. J. Poirier, CEMHTI and University of Orleans, France firstname.lastname@example.org
Corrosion of refractories by gas: reactions, mechanisms, applications
4. Dr T Tonnesen, RWTH, Aachen, Germany email@example.com
Corrosion of refractories by liquid gas (slag, metal, molten salts): reactions, mechanisms, applications
5. Pr F. Rebillat, LCTS, France firstname.lastname@example.org
Self-healing in ceramic matrix composites
6. Yutaka Kagawa, Katayanagi Advanced Research Laboratories, Tokyo University of Technology, Hachioji, Japan email@example.com
Contacted, awaiting response
7. Pr J. Binner, School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham, UK firstname.lastname@example.org
Processing of carbon-fibre based UHTCs and thermos-ablative materials testing by oxyacetylene and oxypropane testing, arc jet testing
8. Dr M. Balat Pichelin, PROMES, France email@example.com
Study of the high temperature behavior of ultra-high temperature ceramics and the measurements of emissivity and catalyticity (atmospheric reentry applications of space vehicles)
9. Dr Frederic Monteverde, Istec, Italy firstname.lastname@example.org
Thermo-chemical surface (in)-stabilities of ultra-high temperature ceramics in simulated reentry conditions
10. Dr Carmen Carney (Ohio state Univ.USA)
Contacted, awaiting response