15th Int. Seminar on Furnace Design – Operation & Process Simulation

15th Int. Seminar on Furnace Design – Operation & Process Simulation
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The Seminar will be held on 22-23 May 2019 at the beautiful and relaxing Hotel Horal mountain resort in Velke Karlovice, Czech Republic.

It will be open to all wanting to learn more about Industry 4.0 and the optimization of their glass melting furnaces with CFD simulation.

The event takes place every two years and brings together 150+ glass experts from around the world to discuss the use of simulation & control tools, with the goal of optimizing the glass melting and forming process.

The 2019 Seminar will focus on presentations that provide solutions to reduce the CO2 emissions by 40% or more by the year 2030, following the Paris Climate agreement.

Group photo of Seminar 2017
Group photo of Seminar 2017

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

First Announcement - Seminar 2019 - Download

Registration will be launched in February 2019.

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