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Funding for Ceramics Research and Education
The JECS Trust was formally set up in December 2007 to oversee the expenditure of funds passed on to the European Ceramic Society (ECerS) by the Society’s Journal and by its publisher, Elsevier.
In its allocation of the Trust’s resources, the Trust Council aims :
- To enable the European Ceramic Societies to engage in a broad range of activities for the benefit of its membership.
- To strengthen research and teaching in Europe within the subject of ceramics.
- To maintain and build on the current strong position of the Journals.
05/24 - yCAM 2024
The 2024 edition of yCAM will take place in Tampere, Finland, from 6th to 8th May 2024.
08/25 - XIX ECerS Conference - Dresden 2025
The XIXth Conference and Exhibition of the European Ceramic Society will take place from August 31 to September 4, 2025 at the International Congress Center in Dresden, Germany.
Report on the December 2023 BIOCAM Workshop and Master Class
BioCeramic additive manufacturing is a revolution in the personalized treatment of various pathologies, particularly in the regeneration of various anatomical parts of the human body such as dental, maxilofacial, skeletal or cranioplastic.
Next Deadline to apply to the JECS Trust is 28th February 2024!
Please note that the decisions of the JECS Trust board will not be known before end of April 2024. Activities submitted for the deadline of 28th February 2024 for support from the JECS Trust should then not begin before May 2024.
Funding of visits by individuals to other laboratories within Europe to learn new techniques or to access equipment not available in their own laboratories.
Events such as workshops / conferences, etc. which are specifically aimed at students / early stage researchers / high school teachers or on topical research areas likely to result in high quality papers for publication in the 2 ECerS Journals