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Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis Course 2024 (IAE 2024): Advancing Aluminum Production

Enabling a Better Understanding of Constraints, Opportunities, and Practices for Improving Cell Design, Productivity, Energy Efficiencies, and Decarbonization

December 1–6, 2024 • Sydney, Australia

Course Cancelled

The TMS 2019 Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis Course: The Definitive Theory and Practice of Primary Aluminum Production (IAE 19) Course scheduled for November 10-14, 2019 has been withdrawn and will be rescheduled at a later date to be determined.

Please continue to check the website for up to date announcements and details as they become available.

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The Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis Course 2024 (IAE 2024) is a five-day professional development opportunity. The course is planned to be interactive in nature, comprised of lectures with open group discussions, lectures, and a smelter tour. IAE 2024 promotes the exchange of scientific and technological advancements in primary aluminum production to a worldwide audience.

This course will feature:

  • The latest techniques from world-class instructors in a small group setting, allowing for a more personalized learning experience
  • Proven linkages of theory and practice by applying concepts to your own operations
  • Tools and information you need to save costs and improve productivity and emissions
  • A tour of the Tomago Aluminium smelter

This program is part of the highly successful portfolio of TMS aluminum industry courses, established in 1995. Learn more about TMS’s suite of aluminum courses here.

It was a great opportunity learning from such knowledgeable and experienced people. Instructors are [doing] an amazing job.
-2017 Participant
This course was excellent. It was my first contact with a TMS course and probably will not be my last. Instructors, audience, and topics made the course a pleasure.
-2016 Participant

Discount Registration Deadline:
November 1, 2024

Course Dates:
December 1–6, 2024

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What You Will Learn

The course promotes the exchange of scientific and technological information on advancements in primary aluminum production to a worldwide audience.

For a more detailed topic list, visit the Course Curriculum page.

Who Will Benefit

  • Technical and Project Managers
  • Hall-Héroult and Cast Shop Superintendents, Supervisors, and Operators
  • Primary Aluminum Production Technology Developers and Smelter Supplier

Course Sponsors and Organizers

This course is sponsored by the TMS TMS Aluminum Committee and the TMS Professional Development Committee.

Lead Organizer
Gudrun Saevarsdottir, Reykjavik University
Additional Instructors
Mark Dorreen, CSIRO
Halvor Kvande, formerly Norsk Hydro and Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU)
Pablo Navarro, EGA
Barry Welch, Welbank Consulting

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