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第九届亚洲钢铁大会(Asia Steel 2024)基础理论研究方向部分重点报告介绍

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由中国金属学会(CSM)、印度金属学会(IIM)、日本铁钢协会(ISIJ)和韩国金属学会(KIM)共同主办,湖南钢铁集团有限公司协办的“第九届亚洲钢铁大会”(Asia Steel 2024)将于2024年9月4-7日在湖南省长沙市召开。

通知发出后受到了国际钢铁冶金领域同行们的广泛关注,众多国际知名专家学者将出席本次会议,重点围绕冶金基础理论、工艺、产品、应用、智能化、数字化、绿色化、低碳等方向展开学术交流。本次会议工作语言为英语,将设大会特邀报告、分会场技术交流、展览展示、墙报交流等内容,摘要提交截止日期为2024年4月15日。

一、会议内容

a.Fundamentals of Steels(基础理论研究)

b.Ironmaking and Related Technologies(炼铁及相关技术)

c.Hydrogen Metallurgy Technologies(氢冶金技术)

d.Steelmaking and Continuous Casting(炼钢及连铸)

e.Rolling and Heat Treatment(轧钢及热处理)

f.Near Net-Shape Production(近终形制造)

g.Steel Products and Application(钢铁产品及应用)

h.Digitization and Intelligence of Process(过程数字化及智能化)

i.Resources and Environment(资源与环保)

j.Analysis and Characterization(分析与表征)

二、基础理论研究方向部分重点报告(截止于2024年4月1日,按照姓氏排序)

Hao Chen, Tsinghua University, China

Presentation title: Flash annealing of advanced high strength steels

Dr. Hao Chen is tenured associate professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. He received his PhD degree with “Cum laude” at Delft University of Technology in 2013. He also spent a year as postdoctoral fellow at University of British Columbia, Canada in 2014. Dr Chen’s research ranges from thermodynamics and kinetics of phase transformations in steels, to the application of emerging technologies such as additive manufacturing, flash heating and advanced modeling techniques (including physics-based modeling and artificial intelligence) in steel research. He has published over 100 refereed papers in the well known journals. He also delivered ~30 invited talks in the area of phase transformations and advanced high strength steels.

Si Gao, Kyoto University, Japan

Presentation title: Strain localization behavior in a 304 type stainless steel having fine microstructures 

Si Gao is currently an associate professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the graduate school of engineering of Kyoto University, Japan. He earned the Bachelor's degree in Materials Physics from Lanzhou University, China, in 2009, followed by a Master's and PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Kyoto University in 2013 and 2016, respectively. From 2016 to 2019, he had been engaged as a postdoctoral researcher within the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Kyoto University. His research interest is on exploring the relationship between the microstructures and mechanical properties of structural metallic materials, particularly the strain localization behavior of metals having ultrafine microstructures. He has published over 40 papers in academic journals and serves as a reviewer of academic journals such as Acta Materialia, Scripta Materialia, Materials Science and Engineering A, Journal of Materials Science and Technologies. 

Heung Nam Han, Seoul National University, Korea

Presentation title: Hole Expansion Failure of Steel Sheets

Heung Nam Han earned his Ph.D. in Department of Metallurgical Engineering at Seoul National University, Republic of Korea in 1995. In 1996, he joined Department of Materials, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, as a postdoctoral researcher. From 1997 to 2002, he has made many contributions on modelling of microstructure prediction during steel processes in POSCO Research Laboratory. From 2003 to 2004, he joined a research group for the development of TRIP-aided multiphase steels in Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS). Since 2004, he has been a professor in Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Seoul National University, Republic of Korea. Now, he is in charge of head of Department and Steel Research Center of Research Institute of Advanced Materials (RIAM). He received Young Scientist Award, Yoon Dong Suk Award and Suk Cheon Academic Award from The Korean Institute of Metals and Materials in 2000, 2014 and 2017, respectively. He also received Henry Marion Howe Medal from ASM international in 2016. His research interests have been concentrated on Transformation-Induced Plasticity, Microstructure-based Finite Element Model including Crystal Plasticity, Mechanical Behavior for High Stength Steel, Texture Development of Metals during Recrystallization, Nano-indentation of Materials, Electroplasticity and Electric Current Induced Phenomena in Materials. 

Byungchul Hwang, Seoul National University of Science &Technology, Korea

Presentation title: Effect of hydrogen on mechanical behavior of tempered martensitic steels

Byoungchul Hwang is a professor of Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Seoul National University of Science and Technology (SEOULTECH), Seoul, Korea. He received a B.S. degree in Metallurgical Engineering from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, and M.S., and Ph.D. degree in materials science and engineering from POSTECH, Pohang, Korea. Prof. Hwang joined SEOULTECH in 2013 as an assistant professor and was promoted to full Professor in 2021. Prior to joining SEOULTECH, Prof. Hwang was a senior researcher at Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), a research scholar at the University of California, Irvine, USA, and a postdoctoral research associate at Brown University, USA. He is a general secretary of steel committee and a director of external cooperation at Korea Institute of Metals and Materials (KIMM). He has been studying on the mechanical behavior of various steels and alloys and published about 140 papers as the first or corresponding author in SCI journals. His research interests include the microstructure and mechanical properties of advanced steels with particular emphasis on the fundamentals of deformation and fracture behaviors. 

Chang-Ching Ho, KATEC R &D COPORATION, Taiwan, China

Presentation title: The net-zero carbon emissions approach and practice of steel industry 

Chairman Chang-Ching Ho graduated from Department of Materials Science and Engineering at National Cheng Kung University. He is the Chairman of KATEC R&D COPORATION. He was the Deputy Factory Manager / Director / Chairman Special Assistant of Tung Ho Steel Enterprise Corp. He was the Honorary Chairman / Chairman of Taiwan Concrete Institute, National Standards and Technical Committee (Iron metal smelting/ Material / Civil Engineering and Construction) of Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection, M.O.E.A., and Safety & Environment Protection Committee, Deputy Director of Taiwan Steel & Iron Industries Association. His experiences also include Working Group on Slag Treatment & Recycling, Coordinator of Taiwan Steel & Iron Industries Association, Working Committee on Standards, Deputy Coordinator of Taiwan Steel & Iron Industries Association, Managing Supervisor of Taiwan Accreditation Foundation, and Secretary General of Taiwan Institute of Steel Construction.

Zengbao Jiao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Hong Kong, China

Presentation title: Synergistic alloying effects and nanoscale co-precipitation in ultrahigh-strength maraging steels

Dr. Zengbao Jiao is an Associate Professor at Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). His research interest focuses on the development of advanced structural materials, including ultrahigh-strength steels, high-entropy alloys, high-temperature superalloys & intermetallics, and nanostructured alloys. He has published >100 journal papers, including 4 papers in Nature Communications, 1 in Materials Today, and 20 in Acta Materialia.

Dr. Jiao serves as an Associate Editor for Materialia (Acta Materialia Inc.) and Advisory Board Member of MetalMat (Wiley). He also serves as a reviewer for Nature Materials, Nature Communications, Acta Materialia, etc. 

Dr. Jiao received numerous honors and awards, including the World’s Top 2% Most-cited Scientists by Stanford University (2021 & 2022), Acta Materialia & Scripta Materialia Outstanding Reviewer Award for three times (2021, 2022 & 2023), Faculty of Engineering Merit Award in Research and Scholarly Activities (2022), Faculty of Engineering Research Grant Achievement Award (2021 & 2022), etc.

Goro Miyamoto, Tohoku University, Japan

Presentation title: Quantitative characterization and prediction of solute segregation at α-Fe grain boundary

Dr. Goro Miyamoto is an associate professor at Institute for Materials Research (IMR), Tohoku University, Japan. His research interests include various aspects of fundamentals of microstructure evolution and its control in structural metallic materials, especially steels; transformation kinetics associated with element partitioning in diffusional transformation, crystallographic analysis of displacive transformation, and strengthening by nano-clustering/precipitation. He has authored / co-authored over 170 refereed papers.

Gour Gopal Roy, IIT Roorkee, India

Presentation title: Inclusion evolution of LCAK steel using mischmetal

Dr. Gour Gopal Roy, presently holds the position of Professor, Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. 

Served as HOD, MME (2014-2017) and Associate Dean, SRIC IIT Kharagpur (2017-2020).

Specialization: Alternative Routes of Ironmaking, Clean steel, Electron beam Welding, Modelling & Simulation.

Awarded “Eminent Engineering Personality” by Institute of Engineers (India), Kolkata on 21st January, 2023 during 35th National Convention of IE(I) at NIT Durgapur.

Awarded “Metallurgist of the Year-2015” instituted by Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India. Featured both in the top 2% career list and single-year list of the 2022 of Stanford ranking in the sub-field of Mining & Metallurgy.

Editorial board member: STWJ, Trans. IIM

110 publications in referred journals with total citations 3708 and H-index 28, i10 index 60.

Toshihiro Tsuchiyama, Kyushu University, Japan

Presentation title: Strengthening of ferritic steels by alloying element through grain boundary segregation

Dr. Toshihiro Tsuchiyama is now a professor at Department of Materials, Kyushu University, Japan. He has graduated from Kyushu University as a Bachelor in 1993, and received his Master and Doctor degrees at Kyushu University in 1995 and 1998.  His research expertise is in the control of microstructures and mechanical properties of steels using alloy design and heat treatment. The target materials include not only plain-carbon and low-alloy steels, but also high-alloy steels such as stainless steels, high/medium Mn steels, and high nitrogen steels. In particular, he is exploring optimal microstructures from the viewpoints of grain size, retained austenite, grain boundary segregation, dislocation density and distribution, and crystallographic features.

Zhenjia Xie, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China

Presentation title: Breaking cryogenic temperature strength-ductility trade-off via deformation omega phase transition and nano-twinning in low carbon low alloy bainitic steel

Dr. Zhenjia Xie is an associate professor at State Key Laboratory for Advanced Metals and Materials in University of Science and Technology Beijing (USTB). He received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering in 2016 from USTB. During his Ph.D program, he spent one year at McMaster University as a joint-training student with Prof. S.V. Subramanian. His research interests focus on phase transformation and microstructure control of low alloy steels, microstructure characterization, strength and toughness mechanism, thermodynamic and numerical simulations. He has published 60+ journal papers. He was awarded by the second prize in The National Technological Invention Award.

Jer-Ren Yang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, China

Presentation title: Overview of the striking features of microstructure in steels

Professor Jer-Ren Yang received Ph.D. degree (Materials Science and Metallurgy) from University of Cambridge, England, UK in 1987.  In February 1988, he joined the faculty of Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University (NTU), where he has been a full Professor since August 1993. He is a Distinguished Engineering Professor in NTU, and was the head of the Department in 2007-2010. His research interests include phase transformation of steels, crystal geometry and crystal defects and has published some 260 international SCI journal papers in the areas of materials science and metallurgy. He is Director of Advanced Steel Microstructure Control – Engineering Research Center at National Taiwan University. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM), UK.

Zhinan Yang, Yanshan University, China

Presentation title: Accelerating nano-bainite transformation based on microstructure control

Prof. Yang Zhinan, received his PhD in Materials Science in 2013 from Yanshan University and then he joined Yanshan University. He got the funding of NSFC Excellent Young Scientist in 2021. Prof. Yang’s research interests focus on two areas: (1) fundamentals of relationship between microstructure and property of advanced steels, and (2) high effective and green manufacturing technology of advanced steels. He has published one monograph book and one translation, 100+ journal papers. He also got the second prize in The National Technological Invention Award and the first prize in the Hebei Province Technological Invention Award.

三、展览与招商

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四、会议秘书处

中国金属学会 赵欣 刘芳

电话:010-65211205 13439682609 13810162102

E-mail: asiasteel2024@csm.org.cn

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