Academic Report

发布者:省部共建耐火材料与冶金国家重点实验室发布时间:2018-09-17浏览次数:10

Report title: Fabrication process and machines used in Refractory &Traditional Ceramics

Time: September 18, 8:30-10:00am, 2018

Address: Room 6306, the sixth building, Qingshan Campus of Wuhan University of Science and Technology

Reporter: Dr. Arup Ghosh received his bachelor's and doctorate degrees in Ceramic Engineering from the University of Calcutta, and began his career at Indian Steel Co., Ltd. in early 1980. He then joined the CSIR - Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute in 1983 and retired as the chief scientist and head of the refractory and traditional ceramics division of the institute. Since then, he has been a consultant to the steel industry division of the CSIR - Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute by the end of March 2018. And currently, he is a visiting professor of the Department of Ceramic Engineering at the University of Calcutta. In addition, Dr. Ghosh has 38 years of research experience in refractory and oxide ceramics, and he published more than 75 papers in SCI journals, 21 conference papers, and 18 patents. And he is also a DAAD Fellow at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (2004), and he has held 12 invited lectures in the United States, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Iran and Brazil. Besides, he has received the Indian Ceramic Society Fire Resistance Award (2015), the Malaviya Award (2007), the Deokarann Award (2015), and the Lifetime Achievement Award (2015) from the Indian Association of Refractory Manufacturers. Moreover, Dr. Ghosh is a member of the Refractory Committee of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), a member of the Executive Committee of the Indian Ceramic Society and a member of the Indian Ceramics Association.

 

 

 

Report title: Melt corrosion of refractories and ceramics

Time: September 18, 10:00-11:30am, 2018

Address: Room 6306, the sixth building, Qingshan Campus of Wuhan University of Science and Technology

Reporter: Dr. H.S. Tripathi is the chief scientist and minister of the Refractory and Traditional Ceramics Division of Scientific and Industrial Research Council of CSIR - Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute. He graduated from the University of Calcutta in India with a degree in ceramic technology and received his master's and doctoral degrees in ceramic technology. After the acquisition of a two-year post-doctoral degree at Boston University in Massachusetts, he spent four months as a visiting scholar at the Imperial College London.

Dr. Tripathi has nearly 25 years of research experience in various fields of refractory and has received numerous scholarships and awards, such as the Raman Research Scholarship provided by the Science and Industrial Research Council of CSIR, the Postdoctoral Scholarship of Boston University, the Malaviya Award from the Indian Ceramics Association, Deokaran Awards, etc. In addition, he has published about 50 SCI research papers, more than 35 conference papers and 6 patents. Moreover, he has tutored two Ph.D. graduates and currently has three PhD students.

Dr. Tripathi is a member of the Indian Ceramics Institute and also a lifetime member of many associations such as the Indian Metals Association, the Indian Ceramics Association and the Indian Electron Microscopy Society. Besides, he is the secretary of the Indian Ceramics Society (2017-2018), secretary of the Calcutta Branch, member of the Fire Zone Committee, member of the Council of the Metallurgical Engineering Department, member of the Ceramics Committee of the Bureau of Indian Standards, and the reviewer of many well-known international journals.