MMME 2017 will be held in Rome, Italy on June 8 - 10, 2017.
Due to the popular request, the paper submission deadline is extended to March 24, 2017. This is the final deadline extension and the deadlines will not be extended anymore.
As per popular request, the organizing committee has decided to extend the MCM'17 congress to three days (now June 8 - 10, 2017). The new high-level schedule is as follows:
- Day 1: Workshop(s) and Registration
- Day 2: Main Track Conference Sessions
- Day 2: Main Track Conference Sessions and Gala dinner or Cruise tour
Registration for the workshop will be 122 EURs (VAT included) and separate from the main conferences. Workshop attendees will receive a certificate of participation. For registration, please visit: here.
More information to follow; we greatly appreciate your patience!
Best Paper Award:
Two best paper awards will be conferred to author(s) of the papers that receive the highest rank during the peer-review and by the respected session chairs. Please visit Paper Submission for more information.
Propose Exhibits, Workshops & More
MMME attracts a wide range of researchers in the field of mining, material and metallurgical engineering. As a prominent company in the field of mining, material and metallurgical engineering, we would like to offer you an exhibit at MMME. Please visit Events for more information.
We are very happy to announce the following keynote speakers for the 4th International Conference on Mining, Material, and Metallurgical Engineering (MMME'17):
Dr. Hong Yong Sohn
Hong Yong Sohn received his B.S. degree from Seoul National University in Korea and his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering in 1970 from the University of California at Berkeley. After working as a Research Engineer at Du Pont’s Engineering Technology Laboratory, he joined the Department of Metallurgical Engineering at the University of Utah in 1974 and currently holds the rank of Distinguished Professor. Professor Sohn’s work has been recognized through various awards, which include the 2014 Educator Award from TMS; the Distinguished Scholarly and Creative Research Award, 2012, University of Utah; Billiton Gold Medal, 2012, The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, U.K.; the TMS 2009 Fellow Award, “in recognition of outstanding contribution to the practice of metallurgical/materials science and technology,” from The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS); the 2001 James Douglas Gold Medal Award (“for leadership and outstanding contributions in research and education of nonferrous extractive metallurgy and for work related to the modeling of gas-solid reactors and the development of novel solvent extraction systems”) from the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME); Fellow Award from the Korean Academy of Science and Technology, 1998; the TMS Champion H. Mathewson Gold Medal Award (1993 “for the most notable contribution to Metallurgical Science in the 3–year period”); the TMS Extractive Metallurgy Lecturer Award (1990 “in recognition as an outstanding scientific leader in the field of nonferrous extraction and processing metallurgy”); the TMS Extraction and Processing Science Award (1990, 1994, 1999 and 2007); the Fulbright Distinguished Lecturer (1983); and the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Teacher-Scholar Award (1977). In 2006 TMS honored Dr. Sohn by holding the “Sohn International Symposium on Advanced Processing of Metals and Materials” in 2006.
Dr. Sohn has authored or co-authored 4 monographs, 25 book chapters, 5 patents, some 500 papers, co-edited 17 books, and delivered some 240 invited lectures. He has served as a Director of TMS-AIME (The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society), organized many international symposia, and delivered numerous plenary and keynote lectures. He was a U.S. DOE Fossil Energy Lecturer, 1978–81, and is an Advisor to LS-Nikko Co., Korea and to Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM). He serves on several editorial/advisory boards of international journals.
Topic of Keynote: Development of a Flash Ironmaking Technology Based on Hydrogen or Natural Gas - Implications on Energy and Greenhouse Gas EmissionsKeynote Abstract