Program

The Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017 will feature a 3 day technical program of peer reviewed papers presented in multiple formats such as standard conference presentations, snap shot presentations and poster presentations. The program will include Q&A sessions plus an extensive program of networking events to continue the exchange of technical knowledge.

Themes

Setting new standards

  • mining geology practice - drilling, sampling, grade modelling and control, and mine/mill production support; innovation and application of industry best practice, and internal and external standards
  • efficiently linking exploration and mining geology - fundamentals for better projects
  • beyond the assay - building holistic rock property models for mining and geometallurgy
  • demonstrating value through best practice reconciliation
  • mining geology and the future - technology, automation, applied research, and innovation
  • education, interface and knowledge management - gaining skills and communicating opportunity.

The conference will host an extensive tour and workshop program to maximise learning opportunities for delegates.

Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017
Conference week at a glance
Sunday 17 September 2017

Tours

Monday 18 September 2017

Tours & Workshops

Tuesday 19 September 2017

Exhibition Bump-In

Tours & Workshops

Pre-Conference Registration

Wednesday 20 September 2017

DAY 1 – Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017

Welcome Reception

Thursday 21 September 2017

DAY 2 – Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017

Conference Dinner

Friday 22 September 2017

DAY 3 – Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017

Saturday 23 September 2017

Salamanca Markets

Tours & Workshops

Sunday 24 - Monday 25 September 2017

Tours

 

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