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Invited Speakers

Qingshan Zhu

Institute of Process Engineering (IPE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China

Update time:2023-06-07 15:14

Presentation title: Reduction behaviour of hydrogen with FeO in synthetic molten HIsarna slag

Qingshan Zhu, born in May 1969, was promoted as a full professor since 2002 at Institute of Process Engineering (IPE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and is currently the deputy director of IPE CAS. His research interests include fluidization, process intensification, mineral roasting, nanostructural materials synthesis, etc. Over the past decade, he has been focused on the fundamental and applied aspects of fluidization intensification of cohesive powders, where over ten commercialization/pilot plants have been successfully established. He published over 220 peer-reviewed papers in international journals. He is the inventor of over 130 Chinese patents and over 90 international patents, of which more over 10 patents have been licensed to several companies. 

He is currently the president of Chinese Society of Particuology (CSP). He serves as the associate Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Process Engineering (Chinese) and The Chinese Journal of Powder Technology, and serves on several editorial boards, including Particuology, Int. Rev. Chem. Eng., J. Crystal. Phys. Chem., J. East China Uni. Sci. Tech. (Chinese), Iron Steel Vanadium Titanium (Chinese), Chemical Engineering (Chinese). He won second grade National Award for Technological Invention, first grade award of CSP, and first grade award of Chinese Society of Petrochemical and Chemical Engineering. He was the co-chair of 7th World Congress of Particle Technology (WCPT), and the International Advisory Committee Member of WCPT9. He is also the board member of the State Science and Technology Committee for Carbon Neutral.
Important Dates

Preliminary Technical Program

August 15, 2023

Conference Registration

September 4, 2023

Conference Date

September 5-6, 2023

Post Technical-Visit

September 7, 2023