National Conference on Present scenario and future trend in ceramics and allied industries

06 Apr 2023   -   08 Apr 2023
Ceramic Engineering
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The 2nd annual session (MRITTIKA 2.0) of the Indian Ceramic Society, the student chapter of NIT Rourkela, aims to bring together leading professionals from academia and industries, research scholars, students, and exhibitors to share knowledge, and exchange ideas on various aspects of ceramic science & technology. This national-level conference aims to cover recent advances in the field of structural and engineering ceramics, covering a wider gamut of industrial applications with the target audience including professionals and students who wish to pursue a career in research and development or join the industry. The 3-day national conference will provide the right platform for delegates to address the larger audience on multiple thematic areas and ignite the young minds. Eminent faculties & industry experts will enlighten the sessions by sharing their knowledge on the current trend and future aspects of ceramics. Early career professionals are also encouraged to share their work during the conference. The 3-day national conference will also include exciting sessions on entrepreneurship along with a PowerPoint karaoke and quiz competition.


  • Current Status and Future Trends in the Manufacturing of Refractories.

  • Diversified Application of Refractories in Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Industries.

  • Advancements in Glass Science and Technology.

  • Sensors and Actuators

  • Ceramic Membranes and Porous Materials for Desalination,

  • Water Treatment & Purification for Industrial Waste Disposal.

  • BioCeramics

  • Ceramics for energy applications (Batteries, Supercapacitors, SOFC, Thermoelectric, Electrocatalyst, Photocatalysts, Solar Cell)

  • Industry 4.0 & Lean Manufacturing concept in Ceramic Industry

  • Reduction of Carbon Footprint and Emergence of Green Manufacturing

  • Recent Advancements in Whiteware Industries

  • Magnetics and Dielectric Ceramics

  • Ceramics for building materials

  • Additive Manufacturing in Ceramics