16th International Conference on the Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids
University of Kent, Canterbury
4-9 July 2021
Organised by the Society of Glass Technology
The 16th International Conference on the Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids will be an international forum for discussion of the most recent developments in the physics of non-crystalline solids. The conference will be the latest in the series of meetings started by Prof. V D Fréchette with the first conference, held in Alfred, USA, in 1958.
Glass is a scientifically fascinating material, and even its fundamental nature is one of the major unsolved problems in physics. And just as significantly, glasses, glass ceramics and sol-gel derived materials are enormously important for their practical applications. The PNCS16 conference will provide a forum where scientists from all over the world can meet together to present and discuss all of the latest developments in the scientific study of non-crystalline solids.
You are warmly welcomed to join us for PNCS16 in Canterbury in 2021,
Alex Hannon and Gavin Mountjoy, Joint Conference Chairs,
Stuart Hakes, President of the Society of Glass Technology.
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