Invited Speakers > Melting Technology

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  • Dr. Ann Jans Faber, CelSian Glass & Solar B.V

Transition to CO2 neutral glass furnaces: technological options and challenges

  • Dr. Isabelle Giboire, CEA Marcoule, France.

Rare-earth solubility limits in simplified borosilicate glass

  • Dr. Emmanuelle Gouillart, CNRS/Saint-Gobain - Surface du Verre et Interfaces, Aubervilliers, France.

Multicomponent diffusion in industrial glasses and thin films

  • Pr. Russell J. Hand, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK.

Glass durability under elevated pH conditions

  • Dr. Mike Harrison, National Nuclear Laboratory, UK.

Vitrification of Waste Containing High Content of Molybdenum and Sodium

  • Pr. Jaroslav Klousek, Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics, Czek Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic.

Interaction of gas phase and glass  during melting process

  • Dr. Isabelle Muller, Vitreous State Lab, The Catholic University of AMERICA, DC, USA 

Alteration phases on hanford LAW glasses after long-term leaching

  • Dr. Irene Peterson, Corning Incorporated, NY, USA

In-situ Measurement of Reactions in a Glass-Forming Batch by Neutron Diffraction

  • Pr. Richard PokornyUniversity of Technology of Prag, Czech republic.

Conversion of waste feed into glass - cold cap formation

  • Dr. Emilien Sauvage, CEA Marcoule, France.

Cold crucible induction melting for nuclear waste vitrification: from numerical simulations to industrial operation

  • Pr. Tetsuji Yano, Department of Chemistry and Material Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

High-temperature X-ray CT approach to the vitrification reactions of glass raw materials 

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