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Daniel R. Neuville becomes President of the European Society of Glass Science and Technology (ESGT)

Daniel R. Neuville becomes President of the European Society of Glass Science and Technology (ESGT)

Publication date: 07/09/2016

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During the 13th Symposium of the European Society of Glass Science and Technology, held in Sheffield (UK) from 4 to 8 September 2016, the presidency of the European Society of Glass Science and Technology (ESGT) was handed over on Wednesday 7 September 2016 by Professor Russell Hand, President of the Society of Glass and Technology and Professor at the University of Sheffield, and Daniel R. Neuville, Director of Research at the CNRS, member of the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris and President of the Union pour la Science et Technologie Verrière (USTV). As part of the French presidency of ESGT, USTV, will organise the next European Glass Congress, in St Malo in July 2018.

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