ECIC & ICSTI 2021 postponed to October, 4 - 8, 2021
Monitoring the ongoing situation in Europe and the rest of the world the VDEh in consultation with the program committee and partners has decided to postpone ECIC & ICSTI to October 2021.
Since international travel will still be very difficult at the beginning of next year, a well-attended and therefore successful event in March gets more and more unlikely.
SAVE THE DATE
The new date of the event will be 4 – 8 October 2021.
The location of Bremen and the event venue will remain the same.
We are aware of the inconvenience for everyone involved, but health and safety are the highest priority.
VDEh with support of TEMA is committed to your success – and will in any case organize a perfect conference for you. We are sure, that you will understand this necessary decision and hope that you will support this event as strongly as before and looking forward to meeting you in Bremen in October.
8th ECIC & 9th ICSTI 2021
Following the success of two independent Congresses the European Coke and lronmaking Congress (ECIC) and the International Conference on Science and Technology of Ironmaking (ICSTI) will take place as joint events in Bremen 2021.
Both events together will cover all fields of ironmaking including pre-product steps such as iron ore agglomeration and cokemaking.
The 8th ECIC sets the focus more on practical, plant operational results and plant construction and the 9th ICSTI more on fundamental research work and evaluation.
Both events will provide a forum for best practise and state of the art technology, new developments, new ideas and research results.
About 700 experts are expected to attend. An important exhibition area will bring together key equipment suppliers from the ironmaking and cokemaking industry.
Scope and Topics
The 8th ECIC and 9th ICSTI will bring together a wide range of experts, coming from plant operation, plant suppliers, universities and research institutes, who share expertise in
- Blast furnace ironmaking
- Direct reduction
- Smelting reduction
- Industry 4.0 in ironmaking