The 1st International Symposium on Iron Ore Agglomerates (SynOre2022)

22-26, 2022

Shimane Prefectural
Convention Center, Japan

What's New

21. Nov 2022
Extended Abstract Book is now available. *only for participants
08 Nov. 2022
Registration for online attendance is extended until November 18th.
31 Oct. 2022
Regular Registration deadline is extended until November 8th, 2022.
26 Oct. 2022
Timetable is now available.
21 Oct. 2022
SynOre2022 will be held in a hybrid format.
21 Oct. 2022
Registration is now updated.
30 Aug. 2022
Deadline for Early Bird Registration is extended until September 30th, 2022.
10 Aug. 2022
Online Registration is now open.
08 Aug. 2022
Registration information is now available.
29 Jul. 2022
Extended Abstract Deadline is extended until August 19th, 2022.
31 May. 2022
Extended Abstract Submission started.
15 Apr. 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline Extended until May 10th, 2022.
04 Mar. 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline Extended.
25 Feb. 2022
Website is updated.
27 Dec. 2021
Abstract Submission is now open. Submit Abstract
27 Dec. 2021
2nd Circular is now available for download.
27 Dec. 2021
Conference Schedule in Program, Call for Paper, General Information pages have been updated.
15 Dec. 2020
1st Circular is now available for download.
Web site is now open.

Important Dates

March 4th, 2022May 10th, 2022
of acceptance
May 23rd, 2022
Extended Abstract
July 29th, 2022August 19th , 2022
Early bird
August 31st, 2022September 30th, 2022


The conference will provide the first opportunity for researchers and engineers in the field of ironmaking to focus on comprehensive and dedicated presentations and discussions regarding the iron ore agglomeration processes and the properties of agglomerates. It will contribute the advancement of the agglomeration technology vital for high efficiency operation of the blast furnace. The conference will be held in Matsue City, a typical mythological place, located in the northern region of Western Japan. It is apposite to the venue of the conference since the traditional ironmaking technology called “Tatara” has been alive there since long ago, which has produced high-quality steel, known as “Tama-Hagane”.