International Association for the Study Of Clays

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International Association for the Study Of Clays

During the 18th International Geological Congress, thought in London in 1948, clay scientists noticeable to conjoin on clay research and to form an international group, the Agency International Pour l'Etude des Argiles (CIPEA). CIPEA, inferior to the  presidency of Ralph Grim (President until 1960), dynamically participated in the International Geological Conferences. For the duration of the Copenhagen conference, CIPEA projected to categorize its own discussion in Stockholm in 1963, and that meeting was to become the First Worldwide Clay Symposium (ICC). At the same time, CIPEA converted an international association affiliated with the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), named the Association Internationale pour l'Etude des Argiles. A few years later, in 1966, under the presidency of I.T. Rosenqvist, the rulings and by-laws of the innovative Association Internationale pour l'Etude des Argiles were permitted. AIPEA was born. The prime purpose of The Clay Minerals Society is to stimulate research and to disseminate information concerning to all aspects of clay science and technology. Through its conferences and publications, the Society offers individuals a means of following the many-sided growth of the clay sciences and of meeting fellow scientists with widely different backgrounds and interests. The CMS Workshop Addresses Series comprise Quantitative Mineral Analysis of Clays, Electron-Optical Methods in Clay Sciences, Thermal Analysis in Clay Science, Clay-Water Interface and its Rheological Implications, Computer Applications to X-ray Powder Diffraction Investigation of Clay Minerals, Layer Charge Characteristics of 2:1 Silicate Clay Minerals, and Scanning Probe Microscopy of Clay Minerals, Organic Pollutants in the Environment, Synchrotron X-ray Methods in Clay Science, Electrochemical Properties of Clays, Teaching Clay Science, Molecular Modeling of Clays and Mineral Surfaces, The Application of Vibrational Spectroscopy of Clay Minerals and Layered Double Hydroxides, Methods for Study of Microbe-Mineral Interactions, Clay-based Polymer Nano-composites (CPN), Carbon Stabilization by Clays in the Environment: Process and Characterization Methods and Clays of Yellowstone National Park, Materials and Clay Minerals, and Advanced Presentations of Synchrotron Radiation in Clay Science.

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