2019 Spring International Conference on Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Engineering (MPME-S), to be held, in Xiamen, China, April 22-24, 2019, is one of the special tracks within the 2019 Spring World Congress on Engineering and Technology (SCET 2019). The purpose of the MPME-S 2019 is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and applications of Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Engineering.

Topics: The conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in the following areas of interest:
  Adhesion, interfacial strength and fracture
  Adiabatic and isothermal process
  Amorphous and nanocrystalline metallic alloys
  Atomistic and microstructural aspects of plastic deformation
  Corrosion
  Coupling of phase transformations and plasticity
  Craft of metalworking
  Cyclic deformation and fatigue
  Electrostatic separation
  Enthalpy
  Entropy
  Extractive metallurgy
  Ferrous and non-ferrous alloys
  Foundry, pressure processing, welding and Cutting
  Gibbs phase rule
  Heat treatment of metallic alloys
  Hess’s law
  High Strength Alloys
  High temperature deformation and creep
  Kirchhoff’s law
  Magnetic separation
  Magnetocaloric and magnetic properties of metallic alloys
  Mechanical, physical, and chemical properties of metallic alloys
  Metal forming
  Metal Materials
  Metal Processing
  Metallic alloys
  Metallic elements and their intermetallic compounds
  Metallurgical and Material Engineering
  Metallurgical Technology
  Metallurgical testing
  Metallurgical thermodynamics
  Metallurgy and mineralogy
  Metalworking processes
  Mineral Processing
  Mining and Safety
  Mining Machinery and Automation
  Mining Technique
  Petroleum Engineering
  Phase diagram
  Physical metallurgy for metallic alloys
  Plating
  Reservoir Engineering
  Statistical thermodynamics
  Surface and structural stability of metallic alloys
  Surface Phenomena
  Technology of metals
  Thermal spraying
  Thermodynamic equilibrium

The secretary of MPME-S 2019
E-mail: scet@engii.org