Dr. Matthias Lindig of SORG awarded the Adolf Dietzel Industrial Award

At the recent ESG / DGG conference in Maastricht, The Netherlands, Dr. Lindig was recognized for his achievements to experiments in oxy-fuel melting technology, the reduction of NOx emissions, and contributions to batch preheating.

Through lectures for the DGG expert committee on glass melting technology, presentations for the DGG annual meetings, and holding advanced education courses, Dr.Lindig has contributed to and expanded the body of knowledge in glass melting technology.

Dr. M. Lindig (left) and Prof. Barklage-Hilgefort

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