Members of The American Ceramic Society talk about their personal, professional, and scientific discoveries in the fields of engineered ceramic and glass materials. Find out what excites these leaders about working with this unique subset of materials.
Ceramics in the family: Greg and Ashley Hilmas
Dad and daughter duo Greg and Ashley Hilmas describe what it is like working in similar fields as ceramic engineers.
Leading a Global Refractories Company: Carol Jackson
Chair and CEO of HarbisonWalker International Carol Jackson describes her pathway to becoming the CEO of a global refractories company.
Research and Education for Nuclear Waste: Charmayne Lonergan
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory materials scientist Charmayne Lonergan discusses her work on waste vitrification at PNNL.
How to Build an Additive Manufacturing Company: Johannes Homa
Cofounder and CEO of Lithoz Johannes Homa describes his journey to launching the ceramic additive manufacturing company Lithoz in 2011.
Local Manufacturing in a Global Economy: Matt Creedon
Washington Mills R&D manager Matthew (Matt) Creedon explains what it is like being a local manufacturer in an increasingly global economy.
Intercultural Collaboration Benefits Science: Tessa Davey
Tohoku University assistant professor Theresa (Tessa) Davey discusses the importance of intercultural collaboration.
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