The Conference on Glass Problems first met in 1934 and is now the largest US industrial glass meeting. Attendees from around the world will meet for two days and discuss the latest innovations and solutions to manufacturing issues and the future of the glass industry.
The Conference on Glass Problems is proudly sponsored by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at The Ohio State University.
This year the Wednesday afternoon session is jointly sponsored by the American Ceramic Society - Glass and Optical Materials Division. Attendees of the Glass Problems Conference may attend free of charge the MS&T Exposition at the Columbus Convention Center on Tuesday and Wednesday (10/18 & 19). To obtain a free expo complimentary pass, Glass Problems Conference attendees must register in advance online using the MS&T registration web page.
From the MS&T home page, select "Register" then "Sign up online now". On the first screen, please enter your name and identify if you are a member or non-member. On the second page, please complete the address information and input the following promotional code at the bottom of the screen: MS&TEXPO. The system will automatically select Expo-only registration (at no cost to you) and you may proceed to complete your registration.
If you have difficulty registering, please call 805.654.0171 to request assistance.
The Glass Problems Conference is proud to partner with many of the finest glass manufacturing firms. Exhibitor booths will be open for Conference attendees during breaks in the Tuesday and Wednesday conference schedule.
The Glass Manufacturing Industry Council (GMIC) will present three events bracketing the Glass Problems Conference dates:
Download copyright transfer form (PDF) This form will permit the inclusion of your articles in the Collected Papers of the Conference.
Charles H. Drummond, III – The Ohio State University
Program Advisory Committee: