Program 14 September 2022
Tagungsort: Leonardo da Vinci Bau
12:40 Welcome by E. Rädlein
13:00 Irreversible weathering effects on float glass
G. Strugaj, TU Ilmenau
13:30 Secondary ion mass spectroscopy and its
possible applications in glass research
S. Reiß, CiS Forschungsinstiut für Mikrosensorik, Erfurt
14:00 Mechanisms and impact of glass surfaces
modification during classical optics manufacturing
C. Gerhard, HAWK Hildesheim
14:30 Coffee break
15:00 Laser polishing of glass surfaces - materials, requirements,
possibilities and limitations
K. Götze, EAH Jena
15:30 Sustainable Products in Float-Glass processing
M. Emonds, Chemetall Mönchengladbach
16:00 Ending of the sessions
18:30 Dinner at "Hotel Tanne"
(14-15 September 2022, Ilmenau Germay)
In the United Nations International Year of Glass (IYoG2022), Living Glass Surfaces at TU Ilmenau will provide information on current developments and emerging trends with respect to controlled changes of glass surfaces. A special focus will be glass materials in context with micromachining processes. We would like to discuss a wide range of surface related topics regarding corrosion or defined etching, masking vs. sealing as well as micro- and nano forming.
How can we use knowledge of glass surfaces for control of surface machining processes? How to apply it for future devices?
The event will feature talks and posters from glass experts of academia and industry. A hybrid presenting option will bring together in-person and virtual attendees.
Deadline for submission: 25. July 2022
We encourage everyone interested on the topic to contribute with their knowledge and expertise. Authors are requested to send the title and a half page abstract in German or English to email@example.com.
Program 15 September 2022
09:00 Examination of the electrical performance of a
polishing machine for possible determination of
M. Benisch, TH Deggendorf, Institut of Technology
09:30 Silver in low-melting alkali zinc borate glasses
L. Heuser, BAM Berlin
10:00 Coffee break
10:30 Ractive ion etching of silicate glasses for microsystems
C. Weigel, TU Ilmenau
11:00 Glass joining with ultrashort pulse laser the way
to industrial application
D. Nodop, IFW Jena
11:30 Information for the excursion to
CAPILLARY Solutions, Geschwenda
12:30 Travelling to Geschwenda