Baltimore Here We Come – Precision Ceramics at AVS 2014 …
Having now successfully participated at the 2014 FlAVS/FSM Joint Symposium at the University of Central Florida in Orlando in March and exhibited at Hannover Messe in April, Precision Ceramics will make a final appearance on the 2014 international exhibition circuit at the annual AVS 61st International Symposium and Exhibition.
This year being held in Baltimore, USA, from 9th to 14th November, the AVS International Symposium and Exhibition addresses cutting-edge issues associated with materials, processing and interfaces in both the research and manufacturing communities.
The week-long symposium fosters a multidisciplinary environment that cuts across traditional boundaries between disciplines featuring papers from AVS technical divisions, technology groups and focus topics on emerging technologies.
The equipment exhibition is one of the largest in the world and provides an excellent opportunity to view the latest products and services offered by over 200 participating companies. On display will be an extensive range of tools, equipment, services and consulting for film deposition, surface and interface measurements and analysis, materials, chemicals, supplies, vacuum production and measurement, and related instrumentation for surface, interface and film measurements as well as professional literature and publications in these areas.
The Precision Ceramics Stand Number is 416.
More than 2,000 scientists and engineers gather from around the world to attend AVS. In addition, consultants, engineers, biologists, chemists, physicists, purchasing professionals, scientists, students, technicians, and exhibitor staff working or studying in the fields of applied surface science, biomaterial interfaces, electronic materials and processing, magnetic interfaces, manufacturing science, MEMS/NEMS, nanoscience, thin film, plasma science, surface science, or vacuum technology will be in attendance.
Short courses are offered in conjunction with the International Symposium providing specialized training in specific areas of vacuum science and related technologies. The Symposium also provides a Career Center available to all attendees. The Career Center covers such topics as résumé preparation, job search skills, networking, interviewing skills, and more. The Career Center provides the opportunity for job seekers to submit their résumés and meet with potential employers. Other symposia features include Tutorials, Professional Leadership opportunities and several related workshops.
Precision Ceramics specialises in the design and manufacture of technical ceramic components for high tech applications. Macor Machinable Glass Ceramic and Shapal Hi-M Soft are particularly suitable for high vacuum applications.
Commenting on Precision Ceramics ‘on show’ in 2014 Sales Director, Geoff Randle, commented …
“This year’s exhibition programme has provided us with the perfect opportunity to share our extensive knowledge of technical ceramics with both European and US audiences.
Our presence at international trade shows is a further opportunity to highlight the in-house expertise we have established and led to a wider global understanding of our ability to solve technical problems and provide a total ceramics solution.”
If you’re in Baltimore in November, why not call in and say hello? Our stand number is 416 at the Baltimore Convention Center.