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News: The Ceramic Road International Ceramic Education Alliance was established

Posted: 2022-03-06 More...

A new research shows that flexible ceramic nanofibrous sponges with hierarchically entangled graphene networks enable noise absorption

Traffic noise pollution has posed a huge burden to the global economy, ecological environment and human health. However, most present traffic noise reduction materials suffer from a narrow absorbing band, large weight and poor temperature resistance. Recently, researchers demonstrate a facile strategy to create flexible ceramic nanofibrous sponges (FCNSs) with hierarchically entangled graphene networks, which integrate unique hierarchical structures of opened cells, closed-cell walls and entangled networks. 

Figure1. Structure design and hierarchical architectures of FCNSs.

@Dingding Zong, et al. Nature Communications

Posted: 2021-11-08 More...

Meet Our Regional Editor

Prof. Jacques Guillaume Noudem

University of Caen, France

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Posted: 2020-12-18

Research News: Long-term heat-storage ceramics absorbing thermal energy from hot water

Figure1. Application of Sc-substituted λ-Ti3O5 for power plants.

@Yoshitaka Nakamura, Science Advances

Posted: 2020-08-08 More...

Call for papers

Dear scholars/researchers,

Ceramic Sciences and Engineering (CSE) publishes high-quality articles related to ceramics. The topics related to ceramic sciences and engineering include traditional ceramics (eg. porcelain, glass, etc.) and advanced ceramics (eg. composites, nanomaterials, porous ceramics, mechanical properties and structural design, etc.). Engineering of ceramics such as manufacturing and processing in addition to joining and structural applications are also considered for publication.

The journal welcomes submissions on bio-inspired materials designs, and the use of the advanced chemical and physical characterization techniques.


The topics include but are not limited:

  • Research on ceramic materials;
  • Research on special ceramics: including electricceramics, optical ceramics, electromagnetic metamaterials, etc.
  • Research on preparation technology of ceramics

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For high-quality articles graded by our editorial board members and authors from low-income countries with difficulty to pay, CSE will access in a case-by-case basis and may approve certain discount to ensure the publication of high-quality articles. CSE reserves the rights to approve or decline any such request. Please contact:

Posted: 2019-11-22 More...

Notice on adjusting the frequency of publication

Dear authors:

Thanks to the efforts of editorial board members and editors, Ceramic Sciences and Engineering (CSE) has been supported and encouraged by many scholars. Thank you for your recognition and helpful suggestions. I would like to inform you that the publication frequency of CSE in 2019 has been changed to Semi-annual!


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Editorial Office

Posted: 2019-06-20

News: Video: Boston Dynamics’ robot SpotMini could make your life easier

I don’t mean to start out by inciting panic, but will robots replace humans?

Automation seems to be creeping into our daily lives. We now have driverless cars that may ultimately eliminate taxi and Uber drivers. Drones that deliver our online orders could eventually replace the UPS courier. And tablets are replacing wait staff at some restaurants.

A recent Forbes article cites research from McKinsey that says 45% of current jobs can be done by machines.

Of course, many jobs in the manufacturing sector have already been replaced by automation. But we still need humans for other jobs that machines cannot do, and I especially refer to those frustrating chatbots that large companies employ for customer service. (Who’s with me on this?!)

Posted: 2018-09-12

News: Other materials stories that may be of interest

Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory induced a two-dimensional material to cannibalize itself for atomic “building blocks” from which stable structures formed. The findings could improve design of 2-D materials for fast-charging energy-storage and electronic devices.

Heat transfer surprise could lead to thermal transistors

As much as 100 times more heat than predicted by the standard radiation theory can flow between two nanoscale objects, even at bigger-than-nanoscale distances, researchers have reported. The results could have implications for better solar cells and materials that behave like one-way valves for heat flow.

Posted: 2018-09-12

News: Ceramics UK—Brexit inspires 2019 trade show in UK

The U.K. will have its own ceramics conference in 2019.

Ceramics UK, a one-off exhibition and free-to-attend conference highlighting manufacturing, technology, business, and investment opportunities, will take place July 10–11, 2019 at the Telford International Centre in Shropshire, England. 

Ceramics UK is an opportunity for key decision makers to gather for two action-packed days to take advantage of wider trading relationships, according to organizers.

The event will attract not only directors and managers from across the ceramic industry, but design engineers and buyers from the major end-user sectors—automotive, aerospace, heat treatment, e-mobility, medical, electrical/electronics, energy storage, communications, defense, rail, construction, renewables, oil and gas, and nuclear.

Posted: 2018-09-12
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