Glass Science and Engineering

Glass is the most transparent non-cristalline material and has broad practical, technical and decorative applications in window frames, tableware, optics and optoelectronics. Container glass and ordinary glazing are made from a particular form of glass called soda-lime glass, consisting of roughly calcium oxide, 75 percent silicon dioxide, sodium carbonate oxide and some minor additives. Glass can be colored by adding metallic salts, and vitreous enamels can also be painted and printed.

•    Optical lens design
•    Glass and Optical Materials
•    Amorphous Materials
•    Optical devices‎
•    Glass physics‎
•    Glass chemistry
•    Nanochannel glass materials
•    Glass Ceramics
•    The role of Glass Materials in Modern Scientific Technology
•    Metallic Glasses
•    Photonic Glasses
•    Optical fiber
•    Transparency and translucency