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IYOG2022 Glass Symposium

IYOG2022 Glass Symposium

On the occasion of the United Nations’ proclamation of the International Year of Glass 2022, this symposium celebrates the essential role of contemporary glass in all its forms.

Time

18.05.2022 kl. 09.00 - 19.05.2022 kl. 17.00

Description

The symposium addresses glass science, technology, application, building glass, art glass and glass history, featuring contributions from glass research, public institutions and industry. 

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Questions? Contact mette.solvang@rockwool.com

Poster session: Poster size A0 - Portait format

Registration deadline: 31 March 2022: Read more here

Presentations and Speakers

Opening of IYOG22 Glass Symposium

Anne Marie Kanstrup - prorector Aalborg University

Glass in past and in future

Alicia Durán - Chair of the UN IYOG22 - Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, Spain

Glass for energy

Yuanzheng Yue, Aalborg University

Glass still breaks

Morten M. Smedskjær, Aalborg University

Use of dynamic glass in facades

Bruce Nicol, Eyrise B.V., The Netherlands

Studio glass movement and a view on glass art today

Pia Bittner - Ebeltoft glass museum

The Danish glass industry from 1960-1980: How to preserve and develop traditional craftmanship via technology

Joachim Allouche – University of Southern Denmark and Museum Sydøstdanmark

The birth and the development of Swedish studio glass

Gunnel Holmér, former at Kulturparken Småland/The Swedish Glass Museum, Sweden

Chalcogenide glass chemistry

Richard Crane, Technical University of Denmark

Optical fibre production

Poul Kristensen, OFS A Furukawa Company

Bioactive glass research in Finland

Nina Lindfors, University of Helsinki, Finland

Chemical durability of aluminosilicate glasses with high Al content: Stone wool as an example

Denis Okhrimenko, ROCKWOOL International A/S

Architectural glass

Jens Henrik Nielsen, Technical University of Denmark

Chemical strengthening of soda lime silicate glass and the effects of dopants

Stefan Karlsson, Rise, Sweden

Flat glass as the basis for building glass

Carl Axel Lorentzen, Glasfakta

Reuse and recycling of glass in Sweden

Christina Stålhanske, Glass4Future, Sweden

Sustainable production and impact on stone wool product properties

Dorthe Lybye, ROCKWOOL International A/S

Opportunities and challenges with sustainable window glass

Thomas Villiam Sejer Mikkelsen, Velux

Circular economy in facades

Mikkel K. Kragh and Nebojsa Jakica, Aarhus University and University of Southern Denmark

Program

Wednesday 18 May 2022

09:00 - 09:20 Registration and coffee
09:20 Opening of IYOG22 Glass Symposium - Anne Marie Kanstrup - prorektor Aalborg University, Denmark
09:35 Glass in past and in future - Alicia Durán, Chair of the UN IYOG22, Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, Spane
10:05 Glass for energy - Yuanzheng Yue, Aalborg University, Denmark
10:35 Flatglass as the basis for building glass - Carl Axel Lorentzen, Glasfakta, Denmark
11:05 - 11:15 Coffee
11:15 Use of dynamic glass in facades - Bruce Nicol, Eyrise B.V., The Nederlands
11:45 The researcher will be blind without glass - Jens Christian Kondrup, Aarhus University, Denmark
12:15 - 13:00 Lunch Break
13:00 Art in glass - Pia Bittner, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Denmark
13:30 The Danish glass Industry from 1960-1980: How to preserve and develop traditional craftmanship via technology  - Joachim Allouche, University of Southern Denmark and Museeum Sydøstdanmark, Denmark
14:00 The birth and the development of Swedish studio glass - Gunnel Holmér, former Senior Curator at Kulturparken Småland/The Swedish Glass Museum, Sweden
14:30 - 15:30 Poster session and coffee
15:30 Chalcogenide glass chemistry - Richard Crane, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
16:00 The world Is connected by glass: Optical fibers - Poul Kristensen, OFS A Furukawa Company, Denmark
16:30 Bioactive glass research in Finland - Nina Lindfors, Univeristy of Helsinki, Finland
17:00 Chemical durability of aluminosilicate glasses with high Al content: Stone wool as an example - Denis Okhrimenko, ROCKWOOL International A/S, Denmark
19:00 Dinner, Restaurant Fusion, Strandvejen 4, st.tv. 9000 Aalborg

Thursday 19 May 2022

08:30 - 09:00 Coffee
09:00 Glass still breaks - Morten M. Smedskjær, Aalborg University, Denmark
09:30 Using glass in load carrying structural elements - Jens Henrik Nielsen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
10:00 Chemical strengthening of soda lime silicate glass and the effects of dopants - Stefan Karlsson, Rise, Sweden
10:30 - 10:45 Coffee break
10:45 Reuse and recycling of glass in Sweden - Christina Stålhanske, Glass4Future, Sweden
11:15 Sustainable production and impact on stone wool product properties - Dorthe Lybye, ROCKWOOL International A/S, Denmark
11:45 Opportunities and challenges with sustainable window glass - Thomas Villiam Sejer Mikkelsen, VELUX A/S, Denmark
12:15 Circular economy in facades - Mikkel K. Kragh and Nebojsa Jakica - Aarhus University and University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
13:00 Lunch

Host

Danish Ceramic Society (Glasindustrien)

Address

Institut for Kemi og Biovidenskab, Aalborg Universitet, Fredrik Bajers Vej 7H, 9220 Aalborg

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