Over the past 25 years this conference has become Europe’s major forum for presentation and discussion of the whole range of topics surrounding research, design and construction of steel structures.
Eurosteel has consistently attracted more than 500 delegates from countries across the world, and is now an essential event for academic researchers at all levels, as well as designers and fabricators. It provides a great opportunity for industry and academia to meet and discuss real-world problems where research is needed, as well as the opportunities provided by leading-edge research.
In Sheffield we hope to increase the number of sessions in which both academia and industry can learn from one another. Hence we are particularly interested in paper proposals from practitioners in design, fabrication and construction, as well as the mainstream research specialities. Invited keynote lectures will cover major themes in current research, as well as the real-world context of current steel construction.
Young researchers will particularly benefit from attending. The conference will allow them to present of their research findings and discuss them with the leading experts in their fields, to appreciate the state of the art in other areas of research and practice, and to generate ideas by interacting with practitioners. The conference has traditionally attracted delegates from academia and industry world-wide.
As with previous Eurosteel conferences, the language of this conference will be English.
Abstracts, full papers and presentations at the conference should be in English.
The City of Steel is an iconic and historic location to present and
discuss research work in the field of structural steel.
The crucible and Bessemer processes, and pioneering stainless steel innovations made Sheffield steel famous worldwide.
Welcome to Sheffield
History of Eurosteel