Short courses, symposia highlight Glass Problems Conference

The 74th Glass Problems Conference coming up Oct. 14–17 in Columbus, Ohio, is a big deal in the industry.

With multiple presenters in conference tracks including glass melting, batch and forming, modeling and sensing, and refractories plus more than 60 exhibitors of glass-related technologies, the conference offers valuable information to anyone involved in the glassmaking industry.According to Robert Lipetz, executive director of event cosponsor (with Alfred University) the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council, some of the event’s most valuable programming is in the short courses and symposia being offered as separate options to attendees.Read more here.The 74th Glass Problems Conference coming up Oct. 14–17 in Columbus, Ohio, is a big deal in the industry.     

With multiple presenters in conference tracks including glass melting, batch and forming, modeling and sensing, and refractories plus more than 60 exhibitors of glass-related technologies, the conference offers valuable information to anyone involved in the glassmaking industry.

According to Robert Lipetz, executive director of event cosponsor (with Alfred University) the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council, some of the event’s most valuable programming is in the short courses and symposia being offered as separate options to attendees.

Read more here.

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