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Symposium C
3D Printing of Ceramics

Aims and Scopes

3D printing technologies provide a versatile platform for the on-demand manufacturing of customized products with complex and even hierarchical structures. In the past decade, it has been witnessed considerable advancement in both practical applications and fundamental researches, ranging from architecture, medicine, electronics and energy storage/conversion devices. Combing 3D printing technology with advanced functional materials, further promotes the functionalities of materials and reveals the unique advantages of this technology. The prominent examples are the emergence of 4D printing, and the fabrication of complex structures at multiple length scale, from nanometers to centimeters, offering more degree of freedoms to control and adjust the physical performance of the structure.

This symposium is dedicated to the latest advances in novel 3D printing. Due to the breadth of the materials, processes and the applications of 3D printing, we aim to strengthen the connection between chemistry, physics, material science, biology, rheology and mechanics, in order to accelerate the development of this technology.

Focused Topics

C01. Micro- and nano-scale 3D printing
C02. 3D printing: rheology and echanical properties
C03. 3D printing: hysics, mass transport, heat transfer.
C04. 3D printing: microstructure, processing
C05. Printable electronics
C06. 3D printing and tissue engineering
C07. 3D printing energy storage/conversion structure
C08. Beyond 3D printing: 4D printing


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(A) Powder Processing and Forming Technology for Advanced Ceramics
(B) Flash and Other Field Assisted Sintering Techniques: Beyond Materials Consolidation
(C) 3D-Print of Ceramics
(D) Mechanical Behavior and Structural Applications of Ceramics and CMCs
(E) Advanced Structural Ceramics for Extreme Environments
(F) Polymer Derived Ceramics
(G) Borides and Boron Related Materials
(H) Advanced Materials for Next Generation Nuclear Energy
(I) Advanced Refractories
(J) Ecofriendly Geopolymer and Geopolymer-Developed Ceramics
(K) Advanced Ceramic Coatings for Structural and Functional Applications
(L) Tribology of Ceramics
(M) Transparent Ceramics and Luminescent Materials
(N) Dielectric, Pyroelectric, Piezoelectrics, and Ferroelectrics
(O) Perovskite
(P) Lead-Free Piezoelectric Ceramics
(Q) Magnetic and Multiferroic Ceramics
(R) Sensitive Materials and Devices
(S) Emerging Materials for Energy Harvesting and Storage
(T) Thermoelectric Materials and Devices for Energy Conversion
(U) Porous and Cellular Ceramics
(V) Advances in Bioceramics
(W) Functional Ceramics for Environmental Applications
(X) Virtual Materials Design and Ceramic Genome
(Y) The Belt & Road Ceramics Forum