• Intl. Cong. Of Steelmaking

    2–4 August 2022 • Sheraton Le Centre • Montreal, Que., Canada

    Intl. Cong. Of Steelmaking

Co-sponsor

8th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Steelmaking (ICS)

2–4 August 2022 • Sheraton Le Centre • Montreal, Que., Canada


Some presentations in the ICS program are virtual. These presentations will be played at the venue place at their scheduled times and will also be available for on-demand replay until 31 August. You can access the virtual presentations on the link below.

About the Program

The 8th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Steelmaking (ICS) will be organized by the Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST). The event will provide a forum for academic and industrial researchers to present their work on topics in process metallurgy, particularly those related to steel production, refining and casting. This meeting is aimed at creating an opportunity for a technical exchange at an international level among the numerous experts involved in steelmaking.

The program will feature sessions on:

  • Fundamentals of metallurgical processing.

  • Slag engineering.

  • Fluid flow and solidification.

  • Electric arc furnace steelmaking processes.

  • Oxygen steelmaking processes.

  • Secondary refining processes.

  • Continuous casting.

  • Non-metallic inclusions.

  • Slab quality control.

  • Mold fluxes.

  • Hot metal pre-treatment.

  • Sensors, data analytics and automation.

  • Effects of processing on products and technology.

Who Should Attend

This conference is aimed at metallurgists, engineers, and operators from producers and suppliers, including research and development, as well as professors, students, and researchers at universities and institutes.

Sponsored by:

AIST’s Metallurgy — Steelmaking & Casting Technology Committee

Organized by:          

Chairman: Pallava Kaushik, ArcelorMittal Global R&D – East Chicago
Vice Chairman: Bryan Webler, Carnegie Mellon University
Judy Qiujin Li, Cleveland-Cliffs Primary Process Research
Ron O'Malley, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Bill Jones, U. S. Steel – Granite City Works 
Thinium Natarajan, U. S. Steel Research and Technology Center