This major symposium is in honor of the distinguished work and lifetime achievements of Prof. Heinrich Wilhelm Gudenau. Professor Gudenau is a well-known figure for his deeply impact in iron and steel production etc., especially in their application for developing sustainable technologies.
He is author of almost 700 scientific papers and with a distinguished reputation worldwide with numerous Honorary Professors titles and Guest lecturers around the world. Throughout his career, his activity has impacted various fields, such as:
- Iron Ore, Sinter, Pellets
- Iron production, Sponge Iron
- Steel production and Melting of Scrap and Sponge Iron
- Coke Making
- Blast Furnace
- Gasification and In-Situ-Coal Conversion
- Tertiary Oil Extraction
- Composite Material
- Slag and Heat-Recovery
- Environment and Energy
The symposium is organized on the occasion of his 2 anniversaries in the same year: His age anniversary (he becomes 79 in October 2015) and scientific anniversary (in 2015 he reaches 45 years of continuous scientific contributions.
Reflecting this rich activity, the symposium will feature plenary, keynote and invited lectures on Iron Ore, Sinter, Pellets, Iron production, Sponge Iron, Reoxidation, Steel production and Melting of Scrap and Sponge Iron, Coke Making, Blast Furnace, Gasification and In-Situ-Coal Conversion, Tertiary Oil Extraction, Composite Material, Slag and Heat-Recovery, Environment and Energy.
Contributed articles will be doubled peer-reviewed and will be published in the Conference Official Proceedings having an ISBN and an ISSN number. Selected contributed articles will also be published in professional reputed Journals that the organizing committee has reached agreement with for special numbers.
An inspiring event with two Nobel Prize Laureates will serve as the "Curtain-Opening" event of
the Summit (Sunday afternoon/evening, 4 October 2015).
Prof. Dan Shechtman, 2011 Nobel
Laureate in Chemistry, will present and interact on the topic
"Technological Entrepreneurship - Key to Sustainable World Peace and Prosperity
Besides being the 2011 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Professor Shechtman is known as
one of the Pioneers of Technological Start-up Revolution (Financial
Times, 2012). It is an inspiring accounting on his experience on the role of
technological entrepreneurship on the sustainable world peace and prosperity
with rich advises for success drawn from successful entrepreneurs he helped train.
Prof. Ei-ichi Negishi, 2010 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will present and interact on the
topic of the special role of metals at the service of organic life
: How they help the
synthesis of organic compounds
in general and the role of metal-based reactions for an easier and efficient synthesis
of complex organic compounds, in particular.
You are kindly invited to actively participate, and we are looking forward to meeting you in the magnificent Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort and SPA in Antalya, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.