Germany to host DGG glass technology conference

Exploring the Future of Glass Science and Technology: The 97th Glass-Technology Conference in Aachen, Germany

The 97th Glass-Technology Conference is set to take place in Aachen, Germany from May 27 – 29. Organized by the German Society of Glass Technology (DGG), the conference will be held at the Eurogress in Aachen. With a focus on bringing together industry professionals, researchers, and students for knowledge exchange, networking, and exploring current developments and challenges within the glass sector, this event promises to be a unique opportunity for those interested in glass science and technology.

The conference program will cover a wide range of topics relevant to both scientific exploration and practical application of glass. Submissions have been received from 20 countries, providing attendees with a global perspective on the latest advancements and research in the field. Sessions will include discussions on glass science and technology such as chemistry and structure of glasses, glass physics, properties and characterization, glass-ceramics and crystallization in glasses, sustainable practices in glass melting forming and post-processing, glasses for better life as well as computational glass science and technology.

Additional activities at the conference include poster sessions where attendees can showcase their work to other professionals in the field; excursions that provide an opportunity to explore Aachen’s rich cultural heritage; extended breaks that allow attendees to network with other professionals; social events aimed at fostering professional connections among attendees. For more information about this exciting event please visit The conference language will be English.

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