The steel industry is one of the largest industrial carbon dioxide emitters, accounting for 7% of the global emissions. As regulatory, investor, and consumer pressures amplify the urgency for industrial decarbonisation, the resources and steel industries face increasing demands for real plans to reduce emissions. The consensus is that major technological breakthroughs must be made to realise high efficiency, low consumption, energy saving, emission reduction, low carbon metallurgy, and green development of the process under increasingly stringent global carbon emission regulations.
With the increased research activity in the field, the University of Newcastle, through its Centre for Ironmaking Materials Research (CIMR), seized the opportunity to host academic and industry experts at the 2023 International Symposium on Sustainable Cokemaking and Ironmaking (ISSCI 2023) to communicate technological developments in low carbon and sustainable cokemaking and ironmaking and address opportunities for collaboration.
A sincere thank you to the 120+ leaders who took part in ISSCI 2023. We also extend our appreciation to our event sponsors – The University of Newcastle, the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP), BHP, HATCH, and the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST).
Low Carbon Ironmaking
Direct Reduction Processes
Raw Materials and Agglomeration
Process Integration and Optimisation
Regional Specific Developments
31 December 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline
23 January 2023
29 January 2023
Speaker Presentation, Headshot and Bio Deadline
5 February 2023
Early Registration and Welcome Function
6 February 2023
Registration, Symposium Day 1 and Symposium Dinner
7 February 2023
Symposium Day 2
8 February 2023
Site Visit (please note: this was an invitation only component of the event)
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