The IMPC 2014 is expected to gather over 1,000 professionals and academics from the mining industry representing approximately 60 countries. Top universities specialising 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.
Conference organiser Gecamin is calling for Abstracts now for next year's conference. The deadline is September 30th 2013, so submit your abstracts asap. Areas of interest include:
- Base metals
- Precious metals
- Non-metallic mining
- Research & Development
- Engineering & Equipment Design
- Start-Up and Operation
Areas of Interest
Comminution; Flotation; Agglomeration; Magnetic Separation; Gravity Based Separation Processes; Classification and Screening; Water Management and Alternative Water Sources; Conventional Tailings and Paste Technology; Energy Efficiency in Mineral Processing; Design of Mineral Processes; Process Modelling and Simulation; Process Control and Optimisation; Geometallurgy; Concentration Plant Management and Operations; Greenfield and Brownfield projects; Human Capital in Mineral Processing; Sustainable Mining; Environmental Aspects of Mineral Processing; Recycling; Hydrometallurgical Treatment of Concentrates and Tailings; Mineral Economics.