The 10th European Continuous Casting Conference – ECCC – will be organised by AIM, the Italian Association for Metallurgy, in Bari (Italy) on 20-22 October 2021 with focus on the status and future developments in the casting of steel.
The ECCC is a unique forum for the European continuous casting community to exchange views on the status and the future development of the continuous casting process.
The Conference program is abreast of the latest developments in control and automation, advanced continuous casting technologies, application of electromagnetic technologies and mechanical devices to improve the core microstructure, the lubrication issues for improving the surface qualities. Steel metallurgical issues will be addressed as well as their physical and numerical simulation. The exchange of experience in operational practice, maintenance and fist results from the recently commissioned plants will integrate the program.
The Conference aims at promoting the dialogue among the delegates with industrial and academic background and among the participants in former Conferences and new members of the continuous casting community.
We invite you to register to the ECCC Conference – 10th European Conference on Continuous Casting, that will be held in presence in Bari – Italy on 20-22 October 2021!
DO YOU WISH TO ATTEND BUT YOU CANNOT TRAVEL TO ITALY?
Join the Conference digitally!
Confirming that all the sessions will be in presence, we inform that they will also be livestreamed for speakers and attendees with travel restrictions and the recordings will be available on demand up to 7 days after the end of the Conference.
All sessions will be livestreamed through a platform that integrates zoom. After the Conference, recordings will be available, embedded in the platform, for a period of 7 days.
A warm up session will be organised on Friday 15 October to provide information about the platform and how to use it.
Prof. Piotr Scheller will held a plenary lecture to present the history and the advancements of the research in the continuous casting field, which is documented in the proceedings of all ten ECCC Conferences.