Meetings/Workshops on Mining & Mineral Processing in South Africa

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MMM 2019 — 18th IFAC Symposium on Control, Optimization and Automation in Mining, Mineral and Metal Processing
28 Aug 2019 - 30 Aug 2019 • Stellenbosch, South Africa
Organizer:
South African Council for Automation and Control (SACAC)
Abstract:
MMM 2019 promotes the exchange of ideas and developments in control engineering in the MMM field. The symposium will provide a forum for professionals, researchers, and experts in control, mining, mineral and metal processing to review state-of-the-art control, optimization, and automation technologies in the field. Both academic and industrial control engineering practitioners have the opportunity to present their work and exchange research ideas with colleagues from across the globe.
Event listing ID:
1192465
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AYGE Conference — 7th African Young Geotechnical Engineers’ Conference
06 Oct 2019 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
More experienced geotechnical practitioners are encouraged to motivate the YGE ‘s working under them to attend the conference and explain the advantages of presenting their work at the conference.
Event listing ID:
1218128
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Flotation '19
11 Nov 2019 - 14 Nov 2019 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
The 9th International Flotation Conference (Flotation '19) is organised by MEI in consultation with Prof. Jim Finch. Flotation '19 features 2 discrete symposia. November 11-12: Flotation Fundamentals: Physics and Chemistry and November 13-14: Flotation Applications and Plant Practice.
Contact:
Email: bwills@min-eng.com
Topics:
minerals, engineering, processing, mining, flotation
Event listing ID:
1147935
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Comminution '20
27 Apr 2020 - 30 Apr 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
This, the 12th International Comminution Symposium (Comminution '20) is organised by MEI in consultation with Prof. Aubrey Mainza. 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:
Email: bwills@min-eng.com
Topics:
mining, minerals, engineering, processing, comminution, metallurgy, crushing, grinding, SAG, mills
Event listing ID:
1147989
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Developments in the Processing of the "Hi-Tech" Metals: Hi-Tech Metals '20
12 Oct 2020 - 13 Oct 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
The 2nd International Conference on Developments in the Processing of the "Hi-Tech" Metals (Hi-Tech Metals '20) is organised by MEI and is sponsored by ZEISS. Media sponsors are International Mining. Less than half a century ago the rare earth elements were classed as minor metals - who had even heard of neodymium, now essential in the production of powerful rare earth permanent magnets, used in wind turbines and many other applications? Lithium was essentially a curiosity, the third element in the Periodic Table, and the lightest metal. Now, of course it is in high demand for light, powerful batteries, and the increasing prevalence of electric cars will increase the demand for this once minor metal, as well as for cobalt and nickel. The rare earths and lithium are primary mined, but some of the once minor metals, such as gallium, germanium and indium, which are essential for our modern way of life, are by-products of base metal mining. The importance of all these metals cannot be overestimated and Developments in the Processing of the Hi-Tech Metals will be MEI's first international conference dealing with the mineral processing and extractive metallurgy of these metals from primary and secondary resources, and the environmental problems that are often associated with their extraction.
Contact:
Phone: [00447768234121];     Email: bwills@min-eng.com
Topics:
metals, minerals, processing, mining, extractive, metallurgy, gallium, germanium, indium, lithium
Event listing ID:
1231156
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Process Mineralogy '20 — 6th International Symposium on Process Mineralogy
14 Oct 2020 - 16 Oct 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
This, the 6th International Symposium on Process Mineralogy (Process Mineralogy '20), is organised by MEI in consultation with Dr Megan Becker and is sponsored by ZEISS & FLSmidth. Media sponsors are International Mining. Developing from MEI’s previous conferences, Process Mineralogy '20 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:
Phone: [00447768234121];     Email: bwills@min-eng.com
Topics:
mining, minerals, processing, extractive, metallurgy, mineralogy
Event listing ID:
1231100
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IMPC 2020 — XXX International Mineral Processing Congress
18 Oct 2020 - 22 Oct 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
IMPC 2020 is expected to gather over 1000 professionals and academics from the mining industry representing around 50 countries. Leading universities specializing in mineral processing, all major mining companies and global providers of services and technologies will attend the congress. The technical sessions will facilitate knowledge exchange and transfer of the most recent innovations in the area of mineral processing.
Event listing ID:
1261529
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Last updated: 09 August 2019