Study of a selection of ferro-alloys & other raw materials for steel industry: Current state, future opportunities and challenges in the perspective of various sustainability related dimensions
Who is this project for?
To students currently in Master 1, Master 2 (or equivalent) or post-Master2 in various disciplines, in particular in: engineering, communication, political sciences/law, sociology.
A multidisciplinary team of 4-5 students will be selected to carry out the project.
ArcelorMittal Global R&D
Among others, the Steel industry is undergoing a major shift to achieve the Net Zero targets not only along its manufacturing processes but also throughout its entire supply chain. Other ESG (environmental, social, and corporate governance) related KPIs (key performance indicators) may need to be considered as well. Thus, a clear understanding is required of the current constraints and future opportunities regarding various sustainability related dimensions of key raw materials used in steel manufacturing.
Support the development of supply chain ESG-related and decarbonization strategy at ArcelorMittal by creating a “sustainability overview” of various raw material supply chains – from current state ESG risks, resource scarcity and carbon impact, to the opportunities linked to the use of future decarbonized technologies.