The Fifth International Symposium on Nickel and Cobalt

Abstract submissions are now open for the fifth iteration of the International Symposium on Nickel and Cobalt (Ni-Co 2021), which will be co-located with the TMS 2021 Annual Meeting and Exhibition (TMS2021), March 14-18, 2021, in Orlando, Florida, USA.

Ni-Co 2021 will convene operators, engineers, and researchers to exchange information about all aspects of current processing technologies for nickel and cobalt, as well as emerging technologies for both metals. Sessions will also encompass metallurgical aspects of metals commonly associated with nickel and cobalt, such as copper and platinum group metals (PGMs). A balance of industrial and academic papers is planned.

Co-location with TMS2021 affords even greater exposure for your work, since all TMS2021 attendees will have access to Ni-Co 2021 programming as part of their registration.

Specific technical topics for Ni-Co 2021 include, but are not limited to:

  • Mineral Processing
  • Metallurgy of Nickel and Cobalt Ores
  • Battery Materials
  • Recycling
  • Recovery of Associated Byproducts and PGMs
  • Sulfide and Laterite Processing

Important Dates

  • Call for Abstracts extended deadline: April 30, 2020
  • Manuscript deadline: July 15, 2020
  • Advance Registration deadline: January 2021

Symposium Organizers

Ni-Co 2021 is organized by TMS, with sponsorship from the TMS Extraction & Processing Division, the TMS Pyrometallurgy Committee, and the TMS Hydrometallurgy and Electrometallurgy Committee. It is co-organized by the Metallurgy & Materials Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.

Ni-Co 2021 Organizing Committee

Committee Chair
Corby Anderson, Colorado School of Mines, USA

Mineral Processing Chair
Yaunbo Zhang, Central South University, China

Hydrometallurgy Chair
Corby Anderson, Colorado School of Mines, USA

Pyrometallurgy Chair
Dean Greguruk, RHI Magnesita, Austria

Electrometallurgy Chair
Prabhat Tripathy, Idaho National Laboratory, USA

Battery Materials & Recycling Chair
Mari Lundström, Aalto University, Finland