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CACT Case Studies PDF Print E-mail

“Beginning with our founding by NYSCC graduates in 1981 and on to recent analysis of new ceramic compositions, the CACT’s accessibility and capability to meet our needs have helped us grow.”

– Truett Sweeting, operations manager, VESUVIUS Hi-Tech Ceramics

The Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT) has helped companies overcome challenging problems, find answers, develop innovative solutions and grow their business. The CACT’s success is measured in a number of ways as the program is designed to

·     spur technology-based applied research and economic development in New York;

·     encourage applied research collaboration and innovation with industry; promote workforce development;

·     better leverage State funds with investments from the Federal government, industry, foundations, and not-for-profit economic development organizations; and

·     increase the competitiveness of New York State Companies.

These case studies tell the stories of technological projects from conception to completion, and they provide excellent examples of problem-solving with regard to both products and processes.

 

Industry Advisors


As a complement, the Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology (CACT) is building a "Team" of Industry Advisors from a broad spectrum of industries experienced in a wide range of industries such as Energy, Healthcare, and Environment.

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NYSTAR


The Center for Advanced Ceramic Technology is sponsored by the New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation.

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Short Courses


For those interested in increasing their expertise in the field of ceramics and glasses, or those just being introduced, Short Courses are a good option. Designed for professionals in the ceramics and glass industry, these intensive courses offer a chance to update knowledge of the field in a short period of time.  Courses range from detailed, in-depth examinations of very specific topics to broader introductory classes.

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