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Leeds welcomes experts from the Milling industry to the UK for the first time

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We are proud to be welcoming the 16th European Symposium on Comminution and Classification (ESCC) to the country for the first time. Hosted at the University of Leeds, this annual event will welcome delegates from all over the world to the university, to deliver discussions and presentations surrounding leading-edge engineering science.

With a rich international history, and events previously held at Braunschweig, Gothenburg and Izmir, the 16th ESCC is set to take place on the 2nd-4th September at the University of Leeds. Bringing together experts of comminution and classification technology from industry and academia worldwide, this two day annual conference will cover themes of food, pharmaceuticals and mineral processing, amongst many other topics.

The conference will also see three plenary sessions and six keynote lectures from leading comminution and classification experts from all over the world, as well as poster sessions and exhibitions by instrumental manufacturers. In addition to this, trends in the local area are expected to be a big topic of conversation, with delegates gaining the chance to learn from other industries and transfer skills over into their own.

Delegates who attend the conference will also have the opportunity to take an excursion to Leeds’ neighbouring city of York, and enjoy a tour of the city and its historic attractions, including The Minster and The Shambles. In addition, delegates will enjoy a welcome reception at the University House and a conference dinner, allowing wider opportunities for them to network amongst their peers.

Harriet Boatwright, Sales and Marketing Manager at MEETinLEEDS, commented: ‘We are delighted to welcome the conference not only to Leeds, but to the UK for its first time. The importance of such an internationally recognised conference in our city is paramount, and we’re thrilled as many attendees will be visiting for the first time. We can’t wait to show the delegates what our city and university has to offer!’