Stephan Broek

Director Light Metals



Stephan Broek graduated in Amsterdam (1991) with a degree in Chemical Engineering and completed further studies in Process Technology at the University of Twente (Netherlands).  He now has over 25 years’ experience in the field of project engineering, consulting and technology development in the power generation and primary metals sectors, predominantly related to Aluminium.

A member of the Hatch family for 15 years, Stephan is presently a Director within the Aluminium Centre of Excellence and based in Mississauga, Canada.  He is an all-round specialist in aluminium smelting and responsible for management of projects worldwide related to Reduction, Carbon and Casthouse areas.  Most recently he was project manager for a new 500,000 tpy smelter development in Indonesia for Inalum.  Stephan is also known for his expertise in environmental technologies and practices used in smelters.

Stephan frequently publishes his work in addition to sharing and collaborating on his knowledge with industry colleagues. He is a member of the executive committee of the TMS Aluminium Committee that is responsible for the TMS Light Metals program. Together with Professor Margaret Hyland of the University of Auckland, Stephan created and lectures in the successful “TMS Industrial Course for Environment” that draws participants from all over the world for a dedicated week of teaching in the smelter environmental field.

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