Massimiliano Fantuzzi, Tenova - Qepler's R&D Transformation Summit 2018

Massimiliano Fantuzzi

R&D Manager,
Tenova
Genova, Italy
Tenova

Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Università di Genova (1980).

Since 1981 in Italimpianti (Furnaces Department). Development of level 2 automation for the process control of reheating furnaces.

Responsible of the development of mathematical models for thermal design of furnaces since 1985.

Since 1996 in Techint (former Italimpianti) and now Tenova responsible of R&D group of the Furnaces Business Unit in Genova.

Author of more than 50 articles published on international magazines of the steel industry field and in the proceedings of international conferences.

Co-inventor of several patents relevant to the combustion control techniques and to the ultra-low NOx emission burners.

Related Sessions:

R&D Transformation
Summit 2018

Review and apply the latest solutions and technologies for greater R&D process efficiency and speed to market.
  • 27-Sep-2018
  • Berlin, DE
  • Technology
Day 2: Friday 28, September 2018
BLOCK: LEADING TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY AND ROADMAPPING.
CASE STUDY: Roadmap to the environmental sustainability and profitable production in the reheating furnaces for the hot rolling mills.
  • Technological background: how to reduce the environmental impact from the reheating furnaces.
  • Accepting the challenge for halvening pollutant emissions: define a roadmap of a new combustion technology development.
  • Scout and aggregate the Proofs of Concepts (PoC).
  • Implementing a new concept of development: R&D business model.
  • Monitoring the development and industrial applications.
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