Is Low-Cost, Low Impact, Low-Energy Ceramic Manufacturing Possible?

Delving into sustainable manufacturing practices, this session examines the feasibility of low-cost, low-impact, and energy-efficient ceramic production. It will focus on new technologies and process optimisations that can revolutionise ceramic manufacturing to enable greener, lower cost lower energy options.

Questions for discussion:

  • Can standards for sustainability transform the ceramics sector? What support is needed and what is the limit for sustainability in energy intensive manufacturing industries?
  • How can new technologies make ceramic manufacturing more energy-efficient and cost-effective? 
  • What are the challenges in implementing low-impact production processes?


Confirmed Talks:

Making Small or Single Crystal Battery Materials in a Flash!

  • Prof. Jawwad A. Darr, Professor of Chemistry, University College London (a)

Low-Cost Ceramic Manufacturing Through Vat Photopolymerisation Additive Manufacturing.”

  • Dr. Farzaneh Sameni, Head of Material Development, Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence (AM-COE)


Systematic Waste Reduction Using Time-series Data

  • Mike Thomas, MD, Reliable Insights