The third official International Aluminium Conference in Iran (IIAC2014) took place on the 25-26th of May 2014 in Olympic Hotel, Tehran. This event was hosted by Iran Aluminium Research Center (IARC) and IMIDRO (Iranian Mines and Minerals Industries Development and
Ranked first Strengthening of steel/Al foam sandwich tube interface through in situ synthesis of Al/Ni Intermetallics Mohammad Mahdi Baloochian*, Jalil Vahdati Khaki, Seyyed Abdolkarim Sajadi Department of Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering, Engineering Faculty, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran.
Iran International Aluminium conference 2014 (IIAC2014) is set to be one of the most mesmerizing nonferrous events in the Persian Gulf. With the participation of attenders from France, Germany, Italy, Netherland, Switzerland, Spain, New Zealand, Russia, Brazil, Turkey, Emirates, Oman,
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IIAC2014 provides a service for exhibitors and attenders attending this conference and exhibition. This section can be used for booking one or more hotel rooms. Three separate hotels have been chosen for your accommodation: Olympic Hotel, Parsian Esteghlal Hotel and Parsian
Please note that the deadline for abstract submission has been extended for an extra until March 6, 2014.
Registration fees IIAC2014 Iranians Foreign Authors 1,500,000 IRR + 750,000 for each extra article 200 EUR Students 2,000,000 IRR 250 EUR General 3,000,000 IRR 500 EUR
IIAC 2014 is destined to take place on the 25-26th of May 2014 with the motto “Aluminium, Key to a Sustainable Industry.” Alongside this event, a two day exhibition and prior to it a two day workshop will take place.
Please note that the deadline for abstract submission has been extended for an extra until January 15, 2014.
As Iranian president Hassan Rouhani signals he is willing to talk with the USA about his country’s nuclear ambitions, Iran puts itself forward as a viable place to produce the miracle metal. Matthew Moggridge* reports from Metal Bulletin’s 28th International