Mine Surveying Congress 2016 call for papers

By on 21 July, 2015

brisbane

The International Congress for Mine Surveying 2016 is inviting the submission of abstracts for consideration as oral and poster presentations. Authors are asked to submit a research, technical or practical abstract in English, under the overarching Congress theme of “Connecting Education to Industry.” The deadline for abstracts is Friday 16 October 2015.

The ISM 2016 Congress will provide the opportunity for delegates to share knowledge and advances of the science and practice of mine surveying, mining and geotechnical engineering, geology, mineral evaluation and allied disciplines. The program will include keynote sessions from international and local guest speakers, scientific and technical lectures, technical tours, an exhibition and social events. English will be the official language of the Congress for both oral and written presentation.

Download the Congress Program at a Glance for further information on the proposed Congress structure.

Name: XVI International Congress for Mine Surveying

Time: Various

Date: 12-16 September 2016

Venue: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Address: Merivale Street & Glenelg Street, South Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Cost: TBA (Registration opens 3 December 2015)

Event Website: www.ism2016.com

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