Call For Abstracts

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2017 Conference:  Call for Abstracts

AIMEX invites those that wish to be considered as a conference speaker or facilitator to submit their interest.  
 
Becoming a speaker means you will join a network of influential thought leaders promoting the sectors current innovations, future potential and bringing real time solutions and dialogue to the room to address the future of mining for Australia. The overarching themes of the program include Underground Mining, Surface Mining and Mining Innovation and will cover major topics such as Longwall, Conveyor, Mass Mining, Caving Technology, Bulk Handling, Ventilation, Drill and Blast, Haulage, Crushing and Screening, Geotechnical Issues, Pit Design, Energy Efficiency, Automation, Water Filtration, Exploration and Safety.

Underground Mining

Surface Mining

Mining Innovation

Important Information:

In order to be considered for the AIMEX Conference program, you must submit an abstract. All abstracts should be limited to 350 words and summarise the content focus of the presentation. 

Your presentation paper should be exclusive to AIMEX 2017 and not one that has been presented at a similar forum.

Presentations are allocated between 20-25 minutes inclusive of questions.

Please note the deadline for abstract submission is 30th January 2017 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). Abstracts will be reviewed by the AIMEX conference committee and presenters will be notified by 28 February 2017.

Once you have submitted your online interest we will be in contact with directions on the next steps.

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Dates & Times
Tuesday 29 Aug 2017 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 30 Aug 2017 10am - 5pm
Thursday 31 Aug 2017 10am - 5pm
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