30 May to 1 June 2017, Prague, Czech Republic

Refra Prague 2017

The Czech Ceramic Society invites to the 19th conference on modern refractory materials and key achievements in high-temperature technologies, which will take place in Prague from 30 May to 1 June 2017 at the site of the Czech Association of Technical Societies in Prague.

The scientific program will include the following topical groups:

Energy aspects of high-temperature processing

Refractory and thermoinsulating materials for high-temperature technologies

Corrosion of refractory materials

Structure of refractory materials and its modification

Abstract template, on-line registration and other important information are available on www.silikaty.cz.

The Czech Ceramic Society


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