The new dates for the conference are 1–3 September 2021.
Reviews of the full papers from the initial schedule will be finished by 8 May 2020 and authors will be notified of decisions by 15 May.
We are re-opening Eurosteel for new Abstract submissions with a deadline of 30 June 2020.
The city of steel and iconic location
for Eurosteel 2021
One of the greenest cities in Europe
One of the friendliest cities in Europe
Located next to the Peak District National Park, area of outstanding natural beauty
An independent and alternative city with a thriving cultural scene
Sheffield has a friendly, independent and alternative spirit that you won’t find in other cities, alongside a thriving cultural scene boasting award-winning theatre, beer, music, festivals, street art and so much more.
Being the compact city that it is, Sheffield is pretty easy to get around and there are some really interesting districts close to the city centre just waiting to be discovered.
From the quirky antiques quarter to Kelham Island, the bright lights of the city centre to the quaint local villages, there’s a whole lot more to Sheffield than meets the eye.
It’s all here waiting for you: Welcome to Sheffield.
The Peak District
The Peak District National Park is known and loved by many for its breath-taking views, bustling market towns and pretty villages, historic houses, famous attractions and hundreds of traditional events, such as the unique Derbyshire custom of Well Dressing – see all of What’s On in the area, here!
From the high, moorland plateaus in the north, to the steep-sided, deep dales and rolling green hills in the south of the area, the Peak District & Derbyshire has just about any landscape you can imagine in Britain, making it one of the finest areas in the country to go walking. Couple the fantastic scenery with amazing local Food & Drink, the Peak District will sure enough become one of your favourite destinations!