Eventos Internacionales 2018


16 de Noviembre

27 al 30 de Noviembre

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SEG-WMS Senior Exploration
Management Course

Date: November 27-30, 2018 
Location: SEG Course Center | Littleton, CO, USA 


1 al 7 de Diciembre

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Porphyry Systems of Northern Chile: Antofagasta to Calama

Date: December 1-7, 2018 
Location: Antofagasta, Chile 
Website: www.segweb.org/events#18RCHILE3

Early Registration Deadline:  November 1, 2018

This field course is offered by the SEG Education and Training Committee, and emphasizes the alteration-mineralization mineralogy and geochemistry of hydrothermal systems characterizing northern Chile from Copiapó to Antofagasta. Core reviews and mine visits will comprise porphyry Cu-Mo, Cu-Au skarn-manto-vein, high-sulfidation Au-Ag-(Cu) epithermal, and Chilean “manto-type” Cu-Ag systems, with visits complemented by evening “take-away” discussion sessions. Use of activity diagrams to explain the alteration and mineralization assemblages will help participants understand the geochemistry of hydrothermal systems and their vagaries.


10 de Enero

SME barra

Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019  |  10:00 am – 11:00 am MT

Use of Agglomeration by Extrusion

SME Webinar Series

Presented by Mac Steele, Sales Manager,
J.C. Steele & Sons

Don’t miss this interesting webinar!

Register Now

“Case Studies in the Use of Agglomeration by Extrusion in the Steel Industry”

Recovery and recycling of iron-containing byproducts has long been a topic of interest in the steel industry. In many cases the byproducts are in the form of fines or sludges, making direct use in metallurgical vessels challenging.

These materials are used in:

  • Blast furnaces
  • Rotary hearth installations
  • Steelmaking furnaces

This webinar will review case studies where extrusion is used to effectively and efficiently agglomerate byproduct materials into a valuable, usable product.

About the speaker: Mac Steele is the Sales Manager at J.C. Steele & Sons. He holds an MBA from Wake Forest University and is involved with stiff extrusion agglomeration projects around the world.

COST: $45 Member  |  $90 Non-member  |  $10 SME Student Member

2 al 3 de Febrero

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Orogenic Gold in Africa and Worldwide Short Course

Date: February 2-3, 2019 
Location: University of Cape Town | Rondebosch, South Africa 
Website: www.segweb.org/events#19RGOLDUCT

Early Registration Deadline: January 15, 2019

This two-day course will be held the weekend prior to the Mining Indaba meeting and will focus on the geology of and exploration for orogenic gold deposits, the most widespread type of gold deposit globally. Leading experts will provide descriptions of the most important Precambrian and Phanerozoic examples of orogenic gold ores formed in the world’s young accretionary orogens and old cratonic greenstone belts. Topics to be covered include tectonic and structural controls, geological characteristics, geochemical and geophysical signatures, geochronological relationships, and exploration strategies.

24 al 27 de Febrero

24-27 febrero 2019

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Short Course Learning + SME Annual Conference & Expo = Unmatched Professional Development

Take advantage of the short courses offered in conjunction with the 2019 Annual Conference & Expo and enhance your career trajectory. SME Short Courses take you deeper into subject matter specifically developed for the mining and minerals professional.

Both two-day and one-day courses are offered and include course materials, PDH credits, coffee breaks and lunch.

Available Short Courses include:

Comparison of NI 43-101 Reporting Standards with the JORC Code

Instructors: Greg Gosson, Manager, Consulting Canada Wood plc Mining & Minerals, and Stella Searston, Principal Geologist, Mine Technical Services Ltd.

Mine Water Management

Instructors: Houmao Liu, Robert Sterrett, Dan Stone, Braden Hanna, Eric Swanson, Stever Meyerhoff, Loren Lorig, Itasca, and Janet Shangraw

MSHA: Introduction to the Mine Safety & Health Administration and Annual Refresher Training

Instructors: Kirk McDaniel and Jerry Powers, Colorado School of Mines

Traditional Mine to Mill to Value Chain Optimization

Instructors: Sarma S Kanchibotla, David Way, Sebastian Tello, and JKTech Pty Ltd

Bulk Material Handling: Design Practices to Increase Conveyor Safety and Reliability While Reducing Total Cost of Ownership

Instructors: Todd Hollingsworth, Engineered Conveyor Systems LLC, Nick Madison, Cornerstone Conveyor Company, Greg Bierie, Martin Engineering, and Carrie Hartford, Jenike & Johanson, Inc.

Geometallurgy: From Exploration to Remediation (SEG-SME Partnered Short Course)

Instructor: Hugh de Souza, SGS Canada Inc.

Learn more about these dynamic Short Courses online and enhance your professional development at the Annual Conference.


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