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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 07  1948
CZECHOSLOVAK CERAMIC AND GLASS SOCIETY
Prof. Ing. Dr. RUDOLFBARTA
Pages : 23-24
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1948.10877842
Abstract
Czechoslovakia is one of the countries, which has been gifted with rich, first class ceramic raw materials. That is the reason why in this country a ceramic and glass industry has developed the importance of which reaches far beyond the territory of Czechoslovakia. It is, therefore, quite natural that great attention has always been paid to ceramic and galss science. In 1908 the first independent faculty for glass and ceramic science has been established at the University for Technical Sciences in Prague, which is the oldest of its kind in Europe besides the one in France (founded in 1741). Prof Ing. Dr. Josef Burian became its chief and the author of this article became his successor . The first Czechoslovak scientific society in this branch was founded in the same year, i. e. the Union for the development of Ceramic Industry in Prague, specialized magazine called the Cera~nic Letters. Five years later in 1913, the former assistant of Prof. Burian, Prof. Dr. 0. Kallauner, c: E., became head of the newly established Ceram1clnstitute at the University for Technical Sciences in Brao.
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