IMPORTANT NEWS. New Hall becomes Murray Edwards College. To find out more please visit the website.
Thank you to everyone who made the conference a success.
To view the website for next years conference please click here.
Established in 1916, the Society of Glass Technology is a non-profit making organisation serving a worldwide membership bringing together the research of academics throughout the world and the needs of glass manufacturers and artists, to encourage the cross fertilisation, and practical application, of ideas for the benefit of the whole glass community. The SGT is renowned for publishing two highly respected bi-monthly Journals:
European Journal of Science and Technology Part A Glass Technology and Part B Physics and Chemistry. Have a look at the links.
This year the conference will be held at,Murray Edwards College ( New Hall College,) University of Cambridge. University accommodation is available. Booking can be done via this website using the registration form.
Our 2008 Annual Conference will complement formal sessions of scientific and technological presentations with the invaluable opportunity for members to establish and renew personal contacts. During the refreshment breaks there will be time to visit the exhibition area and meet those who support glass making.
From this page you can get to various pages this includes information on Cambridge, its history and places you can see in the surrounding area. This may be useful if you intend to bring partners or even if you wish to extend your stay. We have also provided information on accommodation and travel details.
(Please click on links to find out more)
September 10, 2008
New Researchers Pictures
September 4 , 2008
More added to the technical programme (industry) To view the programme click here. This Includes a paper from Margaret West entitled Chemical analysis helps the glass industry
August 28, 2008
Few changes and additions to the programme. Please view the programme page to find out more.
Please click here for past updates .
Last updated 4/9/08 14:21