New Year Offer End Date: 31st January 2024
Course

Miniaturization of Porous to Transparent Ceramics for Structural and Functional Applications

From Micro to Macro: Bridging the Gap with Miniaturized Ceramics

About Course:

The workshop would cover topics related to powder consolidation and sintering techniques, such as uniaxial and isostatic pressing, hot pressing, hot-isostatic pressing, spark plasma sintering, cold sintering, CNC machining, 3D printing, selective laser sintering, stereolithography, atomic layer deposition, microinjection molding, micromachining, grinding, and polishing.The workshop would also to explore potential applications of miniaturized ceramics, including advanced sensors, electronic devices.

Aim: The aim of the workshop is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the different techniques used for powder consolidation and sintering of miniaturized porous to transparent ceramics, and to identify potential applications of miniaturized ceramics produced using these techniques.

Course Objectives:

What you will learn?

Day 1: Powder Consolidation and Sintering

  • Uniaxial and Isostatic Pressing, and Sintering
  • Hot Pressing
  • Hot-Isostatic Pressing
  • Spark Plasma Sintering
  • Cold sintering
  • CNC Machining

Day 2: Advance Manufacturing Protocols

  • 3D Printing
  • Selective Laser Sintering
  • Sterelithography
  • Atomic Layer Deposition
  • Microinjection Moulding
  • Micromachining
  • Grinding and Polishing

Fee Plan

INR 1999 /- OR USD 50

Intended For : Students, Researcher, PhD Scholars, Academician, Research Scientist, Industry Professionals

Career Supporting Skills

Research and Development Scientist Materials Scientist Engineer Quality Control Analyst Analytical Chemist

Course Outcomes

  1. Understanding of powder consolidation techniques: Participants will gain an understanding of different powder consolidation techniques such as uniaxial and isostatic pressing, hot pressing, hot-isostatic pressing, spark plasma sintering, and cold sintering, and their advantages and limitations.

  2. Knowledge of sintering processes: Participants will learn about the principles and practical applications of sintering processes, including the factors that affect sintering, such as temperature, time, pressure, and atmosphere.

  3. Understanding of advanced manufacturing protocols: Participants will gain an understanding of advanced manufacturing protocols such as CNC machining, 3D printing, stereolithography, atomic layer deposition, microinjection molding, micromachining, grinding, and polishing.

  4. Knowledge of ceramic material properties: Participants will learn about the properties of ceramics, including their mechanical, electrical, optical, and thermal properties, and how these properties can be optimized through powder consolidation, sintering, and advanced manufacturing protocols.