|Abstract Submission Deadline||December 25, 2019|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline||June 28, 2019|
|Standard Registration Deadline||December 28, 2019|
|On-Spot Registrations Deadline||February 13, 2020|
On behalf of the Organizing and Advisory Committee we take great pleasure in welcoming academic scientists, researchers, research scholars, students and experts of application fields for the "2nd edition of Mechanical, Metallurgy and Materials Science conference" which will be held during February 13-14, 2020 at Lisbon, Portugal.
The event will have 5-6 world level (Highly cited class) Plenary speakers, established Keynote speakers, active Invited speakers and fresh contributed speakers. In addition, a variety of poster presentations along with workshops and special sessions would be interested in the audience.
Welcome Message by Our Honorable Chair-Person
Luís Guerra Rosa, University of Lisbon, Portugal
" Lisbon is one of the most charming cities of Europe, and its strategic geographical position at the mouth of the Tagus, the longest river in the Iberian Peninsula, made it one of the oldest cities in western Europe. After the region was settled by the Celts, it was then founded by the Phoenicians. They established a settlement called Ulissipo, which was then conquered by the Greeks and Carthaginians. In 205 BC, the Romans won the Second Punic War against the Carthaginians and occupied the city, calling it Olissipo. The area was under Roman domination from 205 BC to about 409 AD. The Romans lost the city to the migratory peoples known as the Alani, who were driven out by the Suebi, who in turn were conquered by the Visigoths. Then, the Muslims of North Africa (Moors) took Lisbon when they overran the Iberian Peninsula in the 8th century; they stayed for 433 years, despite incursions by the Normans and by Alfonso VI of Castile and León in 1093. Under the Moors the city was known by variations of the name “Lisbon”: Luzbona, Lixbuna, Ulixbone, and Olissibona.Assailed by Crusader forces (English, Flemish, Norman, and Portuguese) the city was conquered in 1147 by Afonso I (Afonso Henriques), the first Portuguese king, and became the capital of Portugal in 1256 under the reign of King Afonso III. The first Portuguese university was established in Lisbon between 1288 and 1290 by King Dinis I.
As an “alfacinha” ‒ local term that denotes a person born in Lisbon, and that means “little lettuce” (alface, in Portuguese) ‒ it is a deep satisfaction for me to welcome you to the second edition of this World Congress on Mechanical, Metallurgy and Materials Science (Metallurgy-2020). Following in the footsteps of its first edition (which was held on March 28-29, 2019 at Milan, Italy) I am sure that Metallurgy-2020 will be a great success, bringing together scientists, engineers and industrialists from all around the world, serving as a platform to discuss the latest developments and innovations, widening professional contact and creating new opportunities, including establishing new collaborations.
“Bem-vindo a Lisboa”, city of the seven hills (like Rome …)"
We are looking forward to seeing you at Metallurgy-2020 in Lisbon, Portugal.
|Standard Registration Offer|
|Speaker Participation||1159 USD||25% off||289 USD|
|Delegate Participation||1259 USD||25% off||314 USD|
|Poster Participation||859 USD||20% off||171 USD|
|Student Delegate / Listener||659 USD||20% off||131 USD|
Note : The above offer is applicable on total fare which includes two night's accommodation only.