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ArticleName Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2019: the benchmark for young scientists from around the world
DOI 10.17580/cisisr.2019.01.13
ArticleAuthor A. G. Korchunov

Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University (Magnitogorsk, Russia):

A. G. Korchunov, Dr. Eng., Prof., Chairperson of the Organizing Committee, Vice Rector for International Affairs, e-mail:


Leading scientists from Europe and Asia and young scientists specializing in metal forming took part in the 4th international youth scientific and practical conference Magnitogorsk Rolling Practice 2019 which took place at Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University (NMSTU) from 4th to 7th June. This year the conference was dedicated to the 85th anniversary of NMSTU and the 90th anniversary of Magnitogorsk city. For four days the participants followed a busy agenda. On the first day, a plenary session was delivered by well-known scientists from India, China, Italy, Poland and Russia. On the second day, specialized workshops for young scientists were held. More than forty young participants from various cities of Russia, as well as Poland, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Belorussia and Myanmar, presented the results of their research in three workshops: “Cross-disciplinary solutions in advanced materials engineering”, “Innovative technologies and materials in metal forming” and “Fundamental problems of metal forming in view of current needs of the global industry”. In addition to lectures and discussions, conference participants took an industrial tour around Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works PJSC (Russia’s largest iron and steel company), looked at the university infrastructure and enjoyed an entertainment program outside the city, in particular, a visit to a well-known alpine-skiing center near Bannoye Lake.

keywords Metal forming, international youth conference, rolling practice, research, industrial tour

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