Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2018: Final Report


The three busy days of the 3rd International Youth Conference Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2018 are now over.

This last forum marked a new stage in the history of the conference as it brought together more than 50 participants, who came not only from different parts of Russia but also from several foreign countries.

Professors Puneet Tandon (India), Manuele Dabalà (Italy), Marina Polyakova (Russia), Terence Georg Langdon (UK), Jose Maria Cabrera Marrero (Spain), Alexander Zhilyaev (Russia) presented plenary reports on advanced metal forming techniques. Following a series of plenary reports, the first day of the conference was marked with a presentation of a new unique laboratory – Mechanics of Gradient Nanomaterials.

On day 2 young researchers presented their reports within three separate sections, which included:

Innovative Technology and Materials in Metal Forming

Development of Advanced Metals and Alloys Processing Theory and Technology

Fundamental Problems of Metal Forming during the Transition to Innovative Technology

The authors of the best reports in each section were given awards but also invitations to publish their papers in relevant scientific journals indexed in Scopus.

On the final day the participants went on a tour around the unique industrial facility of Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works where they could see the full cycle of steel production.  

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