• Prof. Roderick I. L. Guthrie
    Macdonald Professor of metallurgy, McGill University, Canada.

    Fields of expertise: Physical and mathematical modeling of process metallurgy

    Curriculum Vitae

    Skills & Qualifications

    Number of publications: 193 peer-reviewed SCI papers, 268 proceeding papers

    Patents: 200 patents (11 significant inventions) Books Published: 5

    Involved in the following technical courses:

    Some twenty short courses on process metallurgy, steelmaking, melt handling of aluminum, and/or fluid mechanics in Australia, Brazil, Canada, United States, Great Britain, Norway and China

    Companies involved in previous training and consulting work:

    NSSMC (Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Corporation), SURAL Quebec, RTIT (Rio Tinto Fer et Titane), TATA Steel (Europe), FORD Motor Company, AMD (Arcelor-Mittal DOFASCO), and FLUENT-ANSYS). In the past, by ALCAN, NOVELIS, ALCOA, DOFASCO, CORUS, QIT, SUMITOMO, NIPPON STEEL, BAOSTEEL, SHOUGANG STEEL, HATCH, HERAEUS-Electronite, FOSECO, Fudutec-Argentina, POSCO (Korea), IVACO, etc


    Multiple awards, including:

    • 2018 Christophe Pierre Research Award
    • 2006 Killam Prize for Engineering
    • 2001 Benjamin Fairless award
    • 2000 Howe Memorial award; 2000
    • J. K. Brimacombe Prize
    • Michael Tenenbaum Award
    • The Alcan Award, (1987)
    • The Macdonald Professorship Chair; in Mining and Metallurgy, McGill University (1986)
    • Twenty three best paper awards