Doctoral Candidate Maria Leikola attended INFACON XV: International Ferro-Alloys Congress
The conference took place in Cape Town, South Africa on February 25th-28th
Maria presented her paper at the Infacon XV conference (http://infacon15.com/) on chromite reduction to the ferroalloy community and connected with various people from the field.
Maria enjoying the beautiful conference setting
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