2018 Schedule

ASGS Symposium June 18th – 22nd, 2018 Monday, June 18 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Board of Directors Meeting 5:30 to 8:00 pm Registration Tuesday, June 19 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Registration   Allen Brown Regular Member Seminar Day 1   Joe Gregar Jr. Read More …

2018 Randy Searle Award

Randy Searle Award The Southeastern Section of the ASGS is proud to offer an award to assist a Junior/Student Member who is pursuing a career in scientific glassblowing to attend the National Symposium. The recipient will be reimbursed for travel, lodging, and registration expenses associated Read More …

2018 Flame Off Challenge

  Tuesday, June 19th 6:00pm to 9:00pm The 2018 ASGS Annual Symposium Flame-off Challenge in Colorado Springs This flame-off competition will award prizes to the winner in the People’s Choice, Artistic and Functionality categories. Each team will consist of two glassblowers, one of whom must Read More …

2018 Exhibitor Award

Junior Member Sponsorship For: The American Scientific Glassblowers Society, Annual Symposium.   The Exhibitor Group Section of the ASGS is proud to offer an award to assist a Junior/Student Member who is pursuing a career in scientific glassblowing to attend the National Symposium. The recipient Read More …

2015 Allan Brown Seminar

Allan B Brown Glassblowing Seminars—Milwaukee WI 2015. If you are not enrolled in this year’s program, I would like to invite you to join us in Milwaukee Wisconsin July, 13th-17st. The Allan B. Brown seminars, which consist of two separate full day programs, which are Read More …

2015 Exhibitors

To continue to show our appreciation to our Exhibitors that provide product and support for our society please visit them during the Exhibitor Reception Monday and Tuesday evening. Review the exhibitor websites before the Symposium so you can best be prepared with comments, questions and Read More …

2015 Technical Posters

Michael J. Souza, Princeton University – “Anodic Bonding Techniques for Direct Sealing Silicon to Borosilicate” Adam V. Kennedy, University of Texas – “Kipp’s Apparatus: Analysis of an Antique” Joseph S. Gregar, Argonne National Laboratory – Aaron V. Kirchhoff, National Institute of Standards and Technology – Read More …