Conférences - Mines

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1.
 
78th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2016
ID
660324
Dates
30 mai 2016 - 02 jui 2016
Lieu
Vienne, Autriche
2.
 
EaMP — 20th Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing
ID
798825
Dates
02 jui 2016 - 04 jui 2016
Lieu
Ostrava, République tchèque
Résumé
The conference focuses on the new knowledge in the science and technology of mineral processing and environmental protection. Workshop “Critical Raw Materials and their recycling for circular economy of the EU”
Contact
assoc. prof. Ing. Vladimír Čablík, Ph.D.;     Tél.: [+420 596994040];     Email.: vladimir.cablik@vsb.cz
Sujets
Mineral processing; Environment; Recycling; Environmental biotechnology
3.
 
Mining and Communities Solutions 2016
ID
765427
Dates
05 jui 2016 - 08 jui 2016
Lieu
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Résumé
Many mining projects in developed and developing countries are located close to communities where they can have positive and negative impacts. It is essential that collaborative relations are built between the mining operation and the communities to allow project development without conflicts. This is a major challenge to mining companies as well as to host countries interested in ongoing mining investments.

This conference will explore the relationships between mining operations and communities, as well as the approaches that mining companies take to develop effective engagement with the communities and the host governments.

Contact
Tél.: [((604 683-2037))];     Email.: miningandcommunities@infomine.com
Sujets
Environmental, social and cultural risks assessment
4.
 
Uranium — The AusIMM International Uranium Conference 2016
ID
784980
Dates
07 jui 2016 - 08 jui 2016
Lieu
Adelaide, Australie
5.
 
AAT Mining — Africa AUstralia Technical Mining Conference
ID
693444
Dates
11 jui 2016 - 12 jui 2016
Lieu
Adelaide, Australie
Résumé
The inaugural AusIMM Africa Australia Technical Mining Conference 2015 is the foremost conference addressing the technological gap in the relationship between the African and Australian mining industries.

The conference will provide mining and allied professionals from Africa and Australia with a forum for high-level technology knowledge transfer, collaboration, cooperation, as well as valuable networking opportunities.

The conference will provide a forum for technology knowledge transfer, collaboration, cooperation, networking and other opportunities among mining and allied professionals in Africa and Australia. This conference will go a long way to enhance Australia’s understanding of the mining industry in Africa and vice-versa.

The aim of this conference is to attract exploration, environmental, metallurgical and mining professionals as well as government technocrats from Africa and Australia to share their experiences in their respective fields. The organising committee plans to build the conference around the theme 'bridging the technology divide through collaboration'.

Contact
Eliza Sanneman;     Tél.: [+61 3 9658 6105];     Email.: esanneman@ausimm.com.au
6.
 
79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017
ID
660334
Dates
12 jui 2016 - 15 jui 2016
Lieu
Paris, France
7.
 
Computational Modelling '17
ID
786837
Dates
13 jui 2016 - 14 jui 2016
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The aim of this conference is to bring together both users and developers of computational modelling from academia and industry to share their knowledge and expertise. This conference is aimed at the full spectrum of people involved in computational modelling in minerals processing and materials handling, from model development, validation and all the way through to application.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, engineering, mining, processing, mining, extractive, metallurgy, modelling, computers
Sujets apparentés
8.
 
Physical Separation '17
ID
786846
Dates
15 jui 2016 - 16 jui 2016
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Whether it be gravity concentration, classification or dewatering, the principles of separation are essentially the same and this, the 4th Physical Separation conference, will bring together researchers and operators who have common interests in: Gravity concentration methods - single and multi-G separators and dense medium separation; Classification techniques - hydrocyclones, air classifiers etc.; Solid-Liquid Separation - thickeners, clarifiers etc.; Papers dealing with magnetic separation, and electronic sorting, often utilised in conjunction with gravity concentration, are also welcome; Microwave technology. There are many aspects of mineral processing where the use of microwaves has potential and papers dealing with the enhancement of physical processes by microwaves are encouraged.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, metals, mining, extractive, metallurgy, engineering, gravity, concentration, microwaves, solid-liquid, separation, hydrocyclones, magnetic
9.
 
GeoMet — The Third AusIMM International Geometallurgy Conference
ID
785056
Dates
15 jui 2016 - 17 jui 2016
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
Geometallurgy reflects a shift towards more efficient project evaluation and optimisation to increase resource sustainability, through the integration of geoscientific and engineering disciplines. It aims to understand orebody variability based on mineralogical, geochemical, lithological and physical data obtained from spatially distributed samples. In addition to the traditional grade block model, models now display the distribution of key parameters throughout the orebody to support mining and metallurgical optimisation.
10.
 
HYDROPROCESS 2016 — 8th International Seminar on Process Hydrometallurgy
ID
790569
Dates
15 jui 2016 - 17 jui 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
Undoubtedly, the hydrometallurgical processes based on technologies of leaching, solvent extraction, electrowinning and other unit operations have reached an outstanding level of development and implementation. However, its future is threatened by high energy costs, the growing demands for water and the ore prices in international markets. In this challenging scenario, hydrometallurgy arises as a valuable clean and efficient technological option. Hydroprocess 2016 will offer an international forum to discuss the main advances related to this environmentally sustainable area of mining.
Contact
Oliver Allendes;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1532];     Email.: hydroprocess@gecamin.com
Sujets
Reverse osmosis; Nanofiltration; Base metals hydrometallurgical processes; Hydrometallurgy of non-metals and saline compounds; Hydrometallurgy of gold and silver: leaching, cyanidation and sorption processes; Biohydrometallurgy and water treatment by biological methods; Solvent extraction and ion-exchange; Electrometallurgical processes; Automation, modeling and optimizing of hydrometallurgical operations; Innovation and developments in the hydrometallurgical processes; Unit operations of hydrometallurgy; Recycling of metals and alloys.
11.
 
Biohydrometallurgy '16
ID
679993
Dates
20 jui 2016 - 22 jui 2016
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Biohydromet '16 will focus on the latest developments in the field of biohydrometallurgy: the development, optimisation and application of integrated biomining process operations for mineral ores, including low grade and complex ores; the microbiology of biomining and the application of biohydrometallurgy to novel resources (such as mine and electronic wastes) and the (bio)remediation of mining-impacted environments.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, engineering, mining, biohydrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy, leaching
Sujets apparentés
12.
 
Sustainable Minerals '16
ID
680058
Dates
23 jui 2016 - 24 jui 2016
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
This, the 4th International Symposium on Sustainable Minerals '16, is organised by MEI in consultation with Prof Markus Reuter. The rapid growth of the world economy is straining the sustainable use of the Earth’s natural resources due to modern society’s extensive use of metals, materials and products. An astute and conscious application and use of metals, materials and products supported by the reuse and recycling of these materials and end-of-life products is imperative to the preservation of the Earth’s resources. The realisation of the ambitions of sustainable use of metals, materials and resources demands that the different disciplines of the material and consumer product system are connected and harmonised. This conference will discuss all aspects of material and metal usage.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, engineering, mining, sustainability
Sujets apparentés
13.
 
PASTE 2016 — 19th International Seminar on Paste and Thickened Tailings
ID
789890
Dates
05 jul 2016 - 08 jul 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
Any new mining project requires having tailings management resolved in order to make it feasible. The biggest challenges for tailings management are focused on water, communities and stability.
Contact
Gabrielle Cousin;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1584];     Email.: paste@gecamin.com
Sujets
Paste, Thickening, Filtering, Rheology, Chemicals, Tailings slurry transport, Pumping, Tailings beach slope, Testing, Case studies
14.
 
IMIS 2016 — 2nd Iranian Mines & Mining Industries Summit
ID
803695
Dates
11 jul 2016 - 12 jul 2016
Lieu
Tehran, Iran
Résumé
After our successful partnership for promotion IMIS 2015, this is to bring to your to your kind attention that after successful organizing of the 1st Iran’s Mines and Mining Industries Summit (IMIS 2015), was held during March 31-June 1, 2015 with participation of more than 590 Iranian and International companies, active in various disciplines of Mines and Mining disciplines as well as other pertaining fields, this would be our great honor to inform you that the 2nd Iranian Mines & Mining Industries Summit (IMIS 2016) will be held on July 11-12, 2016 in Tehran-Iran, as Iran's largest and premium international mining event, under the patronage of Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and renovation Organization, (IMIDRO) with cooperation of Iranian Inc. for Contemporary International Conferences & Fairs (IICIC).
Contact
Farhad Harandi;     Tél.: [+98-21-22037383];     Email.: IMIS 2016
15.
 
IMWA 2016 — International Mine Water Association
ID
810094
Dates
11 jul 2016 - 15 jul 2016
Lieu
Leipzig, Allemagne
16.
 
MAPLEMIN 2016 — 3rd International Seminar on Mining Plant and Equipment Maintenance
ID
790523
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 19 jul 2016
Lieu
Lima, Pérou
Résumé
Maplemin will present the development of the emerging technologies and better practices of the asset management that are applied in the equipment maintenance of mines and plants and its productivity impact. Besides, this will be an opportunity to learn about their contribution to maintenance-operations integration that is the key for operational continuity.
Contact
Siria Rosales;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1528];     Email.: maplemin@gecamin.com
Sujets
Best practices; Maintenance strategies and asset management; Maintenance and reliability; Operations-maintenance interaction; Equipment availability and reliability; Condition-based inspection techniques; Information systems and software; Safety, health, environment and communities; Supporting technologies; Equipment maintenance and efficient use of energy.
17.
 
SAFEMINING 2016 — First International Seminar on Safety and Occupational Health in Mining
ID
790254
Dates
03 aou 2016 - 05 aou 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
The Chilean mining industry has evolved with regards to technologies, practices, organization, human capital and paradigms and this has had a positive impact in area of occupational health and safety and the focus has been on doing work well. However, there are challenges to address such as the causes of fatal accidents, physical and geographical working conditions, facility designs, management systems suitable for each organization, innovation and human capital, and all this within the context of falling prices and ore grades, which forces us to do things differently while keeping in mind past lessons learnt. SafeMining 2016 will be a technical forum during which participants will be able to share information, discuss and reflect on current practices in the area of occupation health and safety and how to achieve a preventive culture.
Contact
Fabiola Bustamante;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1555];     Email.: safeminng@gecamin.com
Sujets
Risk management systems; Organization and strategies for occupational health and safety; Behavior and preventive practices in occupational health and safety; Learning, culture and leadership for safety; Fatigue, ergonomics and psychosocial factors in the workplace; Safety technology and equipment; Occupational and chronic illnesses; Alcoholism and drugs in the workplace; Emergency prevention and control; Regulatory framework and regulations.
18.
 
MININ 2016 — 6th International Conference on Innovation in Mine Operations
ID
790369
Dates
21 aou 2016 - 23 aou 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
The meeting will allow delegates to share knowledge and experiences, and to interact with professionals from around the globe, all of whom posses an extensive background in areas such as sampling and geostatistics, mine planning, geomechanics and geotechnics, joint mine operations and the optimisation of mine processes.
Contact
Valeria Ramos;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1524];     Email.: minin@gecamin.com
Sujets
Mine planning; Geology-mine-plant integration; Sampling and geostatistics; Optimization of unit mining processes; Modeling, simulation and optimization; Expansion and new projects; Integrated management in the mining business; Mining economy and risk management.
19.
 
Mine Management — International Mine Management 2016
ID
785011
Dates
22 aou 2016 - 24 aou 2016
Lieu
Brisbane, Australie
Résumé
International Mine Management 2016 is the third conference in a series that commenced in 2006. It will bring together mining professionals and provide a forum for the discussion of the key management issues facing the minerals industry today.
20.
 
LMWC — 5th LatAm Mine Water Conference
ID
798234
Dates
24 aou 2016 - 25 aou 2016
Lieu
Lima, Pérou
Résumé
LatAm Mine Water Conference is a unique event for the mining industry, to accelerate and innovate sustainable water practices and assemble top industry executives for business and networking. This year, the conference will discuss measures to prevent mine water disasters, manage tailing dams, reduce water conflicts and leading water treatment technologies.
Contact
Sonika Mendjoge;     Tél.: [+971 46091570];     Email.: sonika.mendjoge@fleming.events
Sujets
mining and water, water mining event in Peru, mining conference in Peru, water issues in mining, tailings management, mining and climate change, water treatment technologies, water conflicts in mining
21.
 
ENERMIN 2016 — 3rd International Seminar on Energy Management in Mining
ID
789975
Dates
24 aou 2016 - 26 aou 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
Enermin 2016 will be an opportunity to learn about innovations and developments which allow the mining industry to obtain various energy supplies in a more economical way, that are less polluting, more efficiently used in mining processes and that have less environmental impact and lead to a reduction in carbon footprint.
Contact
Mimy Mackenzie;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1525];     Email.: enermin@gecamin.com
Sujets
Strategic planning policy and regulatory framework, Costs and contractual structure, Energy use management system design and implementation, Efficient energy use in mining and metallurgical processes, Biodiesel and renewable fuels, Implementation of renewable energy sources for the mining industry, Alternative energy sources and cogeneration, Energy transportation and distribution, Energy supply quality and continuity, Carbon footprint assessment and reduction, Nuclear energy challenges and threats, New energy proyects for mining.
22.
 
11th ECCRIA — European Conference on Coal Research and its Applications
ID
762112
Dates
05 sep 2016 - 07 sep 2016
Lieu
Sheffield, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
First held in 1996, the purpose of this conference is to bring together researchers in universities and participants from industry who are also carrying out research or are interested in the application of the research in industry. Papers which describe applications of research in coal characterisation, utilisation and preparation are now invited.
23.
 
13th International Nickel-Copper-PGE Symposium
ID
788270
Dates
05 sep 2016 - 09 sep 2016
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Sujets apparentés
24.
 
MAPLA - MANTEMIN 2016 — 13th International Congress on Mining Maintenance
ID
790368
Dates
07 sep 2016 - 09 sep 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
Mapla-Mantemin 2016 will present the development of emerging technologies and best practices in asset management of mining equipment maintenance and the impact on productivity. In addition, the conference will be an opportunity to learn about how emerging technologies can contribute to the integration of maintenance and operations which is key for operational continuity and value increase of the mining business.
Contact
Amada Plaza;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1525];     Email.: mapla.mantemin@gecamin.com
Sujets
Productivity: Maintenance impact in the mining business, Asset management strategies, Suppliers, service providers and their development, Maintenance best practices, Human resource developement, Design maintainability and reliability, Operation – maintenance synergies, Technological innovations in asset management, Information systems and software.
25.
 
IMPC 2016 — XXVIII International Mineral Processing Congress
ID
800849
Dates
11 sep 2016 - 15 sep 2016
Lieu
Quebec City, Canada
Résumé
IThe IMPC 2016 is expected to gather over 1,000 professionals and academics from the mining industry representing approximately 60 countries. Top universities specializing in mineral processing,all major mining companies, plus the leading providers in the world of services and technologies will attend the congress. The technical sessions will facilitate knowledge exchange, analysis and discussion of the most recent innovations in themes related to mineral processing.
26.
 
ISM 2016 — XVIth International Mine Surveying Congress 2016
ID
665836
Dates
12 sep 2016 - 16 sep 2016
Lieu
Brisbane, Australie
Résumé
Held once every three years, the International Mine Surveying Congress 2016 and associated exhibition serves to share knowledge in advance of the science and practice of mine surveying, mining and geotechnical engineering, geology, mineral evaluation and allied disciplines.
Contact
ISM 2016 Congress Managers;     Tél.: [07 3226 2800];     Email.: ism2016@arinex.com.au
Sujets
mining, geotechnical engineering, geology, mineral evaluation, mine surveying
27.
 
New Leaders' — The AusIMM New Leaders' Conference 2016
ID
785098
Dates
19 sep 2016 - 20 sep 2016
Lieu
Brisbane, Australie
Résumé
On behalf of the organising committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to participate in The AusIMM 2016 New Leaders' Conference. In 2016, the conference will be held in Brisbane, Queensland, on 19-20 September with the topical theme: 'Creating our future: the new generation of innovation'.

As young graduates, it is important to be equipped with the ability to overcome the difficulties of working in a cyclic environment, solve technical problems and meet the challenges of community perception and social licences to operate. The conference program will focus on new developments in the minerals industry, the business of mining, the need for interdisciplinary interaction and rising to the industry challenges that this generation is facing.

28.
 
LOM — Life-of-Mine 2016
ID
785075
Dates
28 sep 2016 - 30 sep 2016
Lieu
Brisbane, Australie
Résumé
The mining industry is entering a new phase where the need for greater integration, innovation and holistic thinking to develop and operate successful mine sites will replace the approaches and methodologies of the past. Now more than ever the sector is facing increasing cost and production pressures, ever-demanding technical challenges, and increasing societal and community expectations. The Life-of-Mine conference series attracts a broad range of professional disciplines with a diversity of affiliations and views. Contributors from industry, consulting, government and non-government organisations, providers of financial and legal services, civil society, and academe and other research organisations are invited to share experiences, practices and case studies related to the spectrum of planning and sustainability issues embedded in the life and after-life of a mine. As in the previous conferences, international contributors and delegates will be a feature and will offer experiences and examples from a range of other jurisdictions and perspectives.
29.
 
DESAL 2016 — 5th Latin American Congress on Desalination and Water Reuse
ID
790301
Dates
05 oct 2016 - 07 oct 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
Desal 2016 is organized to provide an international forum where professionals can meet and discuss on innovations and recent developments related to desalination, water reuse and related technologies applied in mining and other areas.
Contact
Siria Rosales;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1528];     Email.: desal@gecamin.com
Sujets
Design and construction of desalination plants, Operation and maintenance, Development of water projects in the public sector, Energy for desalination, Reuse of effluents and wastewater, Treatment of effluents, Environmental aspects of desalination, New desalination technologies, Marine works, Long distance and high altitude water transport systems.
30.
 
MillOps — 13th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference 2016
ID
785074
Dates
10 oct 2016 - 12 oct 2016
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
The 13th AusIMM Mill Operators' Conference will provide the opportunity for plant operators, metallurgists, engineers and operational staff to learn, share and network with others in the minerals industry.
31.
 
Precious Metals '16
ID
786856
Dates
18 oct 2016 - 19 oct 2016
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Precious Metals '16 will deal with all aspects of the processing of gold and PGM ores, such as flotation, bio and hydrometallurgy and the associated environmental issues.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, engineering, mining, extractive, metallurgy, gold, silver, PGM's, flotation, hydrometallurgy
32.
 
Heap Leach Mining Solutions 2016
ID
765425
Dates
18 oct 2016 - 20 oct 2016
Lieu
Lima, Pérou
Résumé
InfoMine, in partnership with Anddes Asociados, is proud to announce the 4th International Conference on Heap Leach Solutions. This conference will provide a technical forum to discuss the development, design and construction of heap leach projects.
Contact
Email.: heapleach@infomine.com
Sujets
Regional seismicity, Impact of heap leaching in comparison with tailings, State of the art of geotechnical engineering in heap leach design, Reduction in construction and operational cost, Heap leach closure, Water balance and water consumption optimization, Trends in 3D stability analysis, Geotechnical monitoring, Metallurgical ore testing, Metal recovery in copper and precious metal heap leach projects, Case studies, Developing and permitting new mines, Environmental considerations for heap leach facilities, Geosynthetics and heap leaching
33.
 
NORMVIII — Eighth International Symposium on Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material
ID
748212
Dates
18 oct 2016 - 21 oct 2016
Lieu
Rio de Janeiro, Brésil
Résumé
All minerals and raw materials contain radionuclides of natural origin. Usually, the levels of exposure to these radionuclides are not significantly greater than normal background levels. However in some industries (NORM industries), certain activities can give rise enhanced levels of radioactivity in their products, sub products, residues and wastes in such way that may need to be controlled by regulation. A list of industry sectors have been identified as the most likely to produce NORM: oil and gas production, the niobium and iron-niobium industry, manufacture of titanium dioxide pigments, the phosphate industry, the zircon and zirconia industry, and many other conventional mining and milling industries. The NORM occurrence is a challenge for the industries, which must comply with standards from nuclear industries in addition to the usual environmental and worker safety requirements.The NORMVIII symposium will address the radiation protection control of NORM, and will include the results of new research, explore practical case studies of industrial applications and waste disposal practices, evaluate the practical implication of international and national standards as well as identifying new societal needs and technical requirements for regulators and industry on NORM. Possible solutions for using, recycling and disposal of NORM residues will be another focus area, as well as the quality of NORM sampling and measurements.The event is an essential platform for NORM industries, academic and research institutions, and regulatory authorities to share experiences, review progress made, identify opportunities and provide an in-depth analysis of current challenges. The symposium offers a multitude of possibilities and opportunities for networking.
Contact
Dejanira Lauria;     Tél.: [552121732701];     Email.: normviii@ird.gov.br
Sujets
International and national standards on NORM – practical implications, Industry specific studies – Oil and gas, Coal industry, Heavy metal processing industries, Occupational radiation protection in industries involving NORM, NORM – residue and waste managements (reuse, recycling, reduction and disposal), Radon and Thoron in NORM industries, Decommissioning and Remediation of sites, Transport of NORM, NORM Metrology (sampling, analyses and measurements), Environmental impact associated with NORM industries, Natural Radioactivity, Risk Communication (workers and the public).
Sujets apparentés
34.
 
Nickel & Cobalt Processing '16
ID
786792
Dates
20 oct 2016 - 21 oct 2016
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers and plant operators, to discuss all aspects of the physical and chemical processing of nickel and cobalt ores and concentrates, copper-nickel ores and Ni-Co laterites including: Froth Flotation and other beneficiation methods; Bio and Hydrometallurgy; Pyrometallurgy; Environmental aspects of processing and smelting
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
mining, engineering, minerals, processing, extractive, metallurgy, metals, nickel, cobalt, smelting, copper, laterites, flotation, hydrometallurgy
35.
 
PROCEMIN 2016 — 12th International Mineral Processing Conference
ID
788241
Dates
26 oct 2016 - 28 oct 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Sujets apparentés
36.
 
Monitoring and Modelling Mining Solutions 2016
ID
765360
Dates
30 oct 2016 - 02 nov 2016
Lieu
North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Résumé
Mine planning and management involve modeling all phases and aspects of the mine, from the ore body, through open pit stability, processing, to waste management facility performance, and the protection of the environment. To formulate a representative model, one needs a deep understanding of the physical systems and data to quantify the system and its performance. Once the model is in place, monitoring is undertaken. Monitoring data are compared to model predictions and the model is calibrated and planning for future management undertaken. This conference seeks to explore the many phases of mine-related modeling and monitoring. We will address many types of modeling and monitoring undertaken at a mine - from defining the ore grade, to assessing long-term groundwater changes resulting from mining.
Contact
Email.: monitoringandmodelling@infomine.com
Sujets
Theory and practice of modelling, Model calibration, Monitoring methods, Using mine models to improve performance, Observational methods - their use and power.
37.
 
IMARC 2016 — International mining and Resources Conference
ID
785139
Dates
07 nov 2016 - 11 nov 2016
Lieu
Melbourne, Australie
38.
 
HRMINING 2016 — 4th International Seminar on Human Capital Management in Mining
ID
790355
Dates
09 nov 2016 - 11 nov 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
The mining industry faces a complex scenario as both market and environmental factors demand greater productivity. While prior versions of the seminar focused on the scarcity of qualified human capital, today, the challenge is to improve productivity, as the key factor that marks a competitive edge in a commodity industry is human capital.
Contact
Fabiola Bustamante;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1555];     Email.: hrmining@gecamin.com
Sujets
Productivity; Training and learning trends; Career development; Attraction, retention and the transition of human capital; Engagement; Compensation and Wellness; Incentives; Relationships with providers; Organizational design and work systems; Health and Safety.
39.
 
NMD-ATM 2016 — 54th National Metallurgists' Day and 70th Annual Technical Meeting of the Indian Institute of Metals
ID
810647
Dates
11 nov 2016 - 14 nov 2016
Lieu
Kanpur, Inde
Contact
Prof. Rajiv Shekhar;     Tél.: [+919919889320];     Email.: nmdatm2016@gmail.com
Sujets
Science of metals and materials, Iron and steel extraction and processing, Non-ferrous metals extraction and processing (light metals, rare earth elements, Cu-Zn-Ni), Advances in manufacturing, Process innovations in Indian industry, Energy and sustainability, Automotive materials and processing, Railway materials and processing, Integrated computational materials engineering, Materials for strategic applications (Space, nuclear, defense), Advanced materials, Materials education.
40.
 
Open Pit — Ninth AusIMM Open Pit Operators' Conference 2016
ID
785072
Dates
15 nov 2016 - 16 nov 2016
Lieu
Kalgoorlie, Australie
Résumé
Attending OPO2016 in Kalgoorlie offers you the opportunity to visit and experience small to very large open pit operations in both soft and hard rock via tours being held before and after the conference. The local operations highlight collaborative examples between regulators, community and the supply/logistics networks to continue delivery of business improvements by adapting to change.
41.
 
PLANNING FOR CLOSURE 2016 — First International Congress on Planning for Closure of Mining Operations
ID
789988
Dates
20 nov 2016 - 22 nov 2016
Lieu
Santiago, Chili
Résumé
Soon or later, any mine will come to the end of its operative life. Regardless how extended are the ore reserves, they will always be finite. That makes mining different from any other activity. That also means that closure should be planned from a very early stage of the project, even before the mine design.
Contact
Carola Inostroza;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1537];     Email.: p4c@gecamin.com
Sujets
Design of mining operations for closure, Closure risk analysis, Physical stability of mine wastes, Chemical stability of mine wastes, Closure of tailings ponds, Open pit closure, Underground mine closure, Cost of closure, Stakeholder engagement in closure planning, Economic evaluation and funding of closure plans.
42.
 
Mining Turkey 2016
ID
810033
Dates
24 nov 2016 - 27 nov 2016
Lieu
Istanbul, Turquie
43.
 
AUTOMINING 2016 — 5th International Congress on Automation in Mining
ID
790365
Dates
30 nov 2016 - 02 dec 2016
Lieu
Antofagasta, Chili
Résumé
The challenges to remain sustainable while improving productivity facing the mining industry today make it increasingly important to understand the development, management, integration and impact of technologies used in automation. Automining 2016 will address these issues and be a must for professionals who work in the development and use of automation technologies; all of whom will be able to learn about the latest advances in the field.
Contact
Gabrielle Cousin;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1584];     Email.: automining@gecamin.com
Sujets
Instrumentation and sensors; Process, safety and environmental monitoring systems; Industrial networking and communications; Data mining and statistical analysis; Process modeling, control and optimization; Fault analysis, diagnosis and fault tolerant control; Automation management, control systems techno-economic assessment, and energy efficiency; Predictive and scheduled maintenance; Artificial intelligence and computation intelligence; Advanced process control; Robotics, mechatronics and teleoperation; Information technology management and IT advances.
44.
 
GEOMET 2016 — 3rd International Seminar on Geometallurgy
ID
790588
Dates
11 dec 2016 - 13 dec 2016
Lieu
Lima, Pérou
Résumé
Geometallurgy’s main objective is to add economic value to the exploitation of mineral resources through the timely delivery of information and modeling of relevant geological and metallurgical variables. A rigorous planning process of mining and processing of any mineral deposit, including relevant risks mitigation cannot be achieved without understanding the finished value chain geology-mining-metallurgy.
Contact
Valeria Ramos;     Tél.: [+56 2 2652 1524 (Chile)];     Email.: geomet@gecamin.com
Sujets
Optimization of Projects and Operations; Representative Sampling and Orebody Modelling; Geometallurgical Characterization; Production and Cost Optimization; Orebody Geological Knowledge; Applied Mineralogy; Geometallurgy in Massive and/or Disseminated Orebodies Versus Narrow Veins; Industrial Practices and Principles; Optimization and Prediction of Comminution, Flotation and Leaching; Data Analysis Tools; Engineering and Design Criteria.
45.
 
Process Mineralogy '17
ID
810674
Dates
20 mar 2017 - 22 mar 2017
Lieu
Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
Résumé
Developing from MEI’s previous conferences on Process Mineralogy, Applied Mineralogy and Automated Mineralogy, Process Mineralogy ’17 will deal with the following topics: Quantitative mineralogy, including both X-ray and Electron Beam Techniques; Geometallurgy; Ore characterisation; Mineral Liberation and Textural Analysis; Application of process mineralogy on site; Sampling and Statistics; Advanced Process Control.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Tél.: [+44 7768234121];     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
Quantitative mineralogy, X-ray, Electron Beam Techniques, Geometallurgy, Ore characterisation, Mineral Liberation, Textural Analysis, Application of process mineralogy on site, Sampling and Statistics, Advanced Process Control, Mineralogy, Mining, Minerals
46.
 
ALTA 2017 — ALTA 2017 Nickel-Cobalt-Copper, Uranium-REE & Gold-PM Conference & Exhibition
ID
770114
Dates
20 mai 2017 - 27 mai 2017
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
ALTA 2017, organised by ALTA Metallurgical Services, will be the 22nd year of one of the world’s premier annual metallurgical events. The conference is an annual gathering of the global Nickel, Cobalt, Copper, Uranium-REE and Gold-PM industries and features highly focused programs, topical forums and presentations by key international speakers. Held over eight days at Pan Pacific Perth, it comprises three technical conferences, three short courses, networking functions and an international trade exhibition.
Contact
Allison Taylor;     Tél.: [+61411692442];     Email.: allisontaylor@altamet.com.au
Sujets
plant operations developments, process technology, new projects, testwork and scale-up, process modelling and control systems, application of mineralogy and geometallurgy, R & D, equipment, reagents, materials, tailings disposal, environmental alleviation
47.
 
Flotation '17
ID
786772
Dates
13 nov 2017 - 16 nov 2017
Lieu
Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
Résumé
Flotation '17 features 2 discrete symposia: November 13-14: Flotation Fundamentals: Physics and Chemistry and November 15-16: Flotation Applications and Plant Practice.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, extractive, metallurgy, mining, engineering, froth flotation, reagents
48.
 
Comminution '18
ID
810704
Dates
16 avr 2018 - 19 avr 2018
Lieu
Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
Résumé
MEI's Comminution conferences are established as the main events for profiling cutting edge research and innovation in all aspects of crushing, grinding and ultrafine grinding in the minerals industry. We strongly encourage a good balance between industrially based and academic research papers showing the benefits of basing practical application on scientific rigour, such as the industrial validation of models and control techniques.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Tél.: [+44 7768234121];     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
mining, minerals, comminution, crushing, grinding,

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