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MarJan

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Prof. Tateo Usui, wins the 2020 "Iron and Steel Merit Award" by The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan (ISIJ)

Prof. Tateo Usui, Osaka University, Japan, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2019 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here and with the symposium in his honor: "Usui International Symposium on Advanced Sustainable Iron and Steel Making" at FLOGEN's 2019 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2019) in Paphos, Cyprus: (Official Web site here>)


Prof. Tateo Usui, Osaka University, Japan Receiving the Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Prof. Tateo Usui, was given the 2020 "Iron and Steel Merit Award" by The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan signed by its president Toshihiro Tanaka, for considerable contributions in the development of Japanese Steel Industry. This is a prestigious ISIJ award, whose previously has been given generally to presidents or vice presidents of steel companies.



A photo of the medal is given below:

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and validated the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages

We wish similar future successes for all 2019 FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during SIPS 2019 in Paphos, Cyprus, [ here] )


Prof. Jun-Ichiro Yagi, wins the 2020 "Iron and Steel Merit Award" by The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan (ISIJ)

Prof. Jun-Ichiro Yagi, Tohoku University, Japan, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2016 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) and with the symposium in his honor: "Usui International Symposium on Advanced Sustainable Iron and Steel Making" at FLOGEN's 2016 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2016) in Hainan, China: (Official Web site here)


Prof. Jun-Ichiro Yagi, Tohoku University, Japan, receiving the 2016 Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Prof. Jun-Ichiro Yagi, was given the "Iron and Steel Merit Award" by The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan signed by its president Toshihiro Tanaka, for considerable contributions in the development of Japanese Steel Industry. This is a prestigious ISIJ award, whose previously has been given generally to presidents or vice presidents of steel companies.



A photo of the medal is given below:

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and validated the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages

We wish similar future successes for all 2019 FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during SIPS 2019 in Paphos, Cyprus, given here