STOICISM presented in the annual meeting of Ussher Society event in UK
The 54th conference of the USSHER society meeting took place from 2 to 5 of January 2015 Devon, UK. The meeting covers research area focused on geological assessment, extraction and processing of raw materials from the geological deposits from South-West England. Founded in 1962, Ussher Society promotes research into all aspects of the geology and geomorphology of South-West England, primarily through an annual conference and journal.
STOICISM presented in the 6th Trilateral EU-Japan-USA Conference on Critical Raw Materials in Brussels, Belgium
As dissemination leader of STOICISM FP7 project, IMA-Europe through Dr. Aurela Shtiza presented, the poster “From plant to mine: a reverse approach to help resource estimation and geometallurgical modelling” from the work of Dr. Q. Dehaine and Dr. L. Fillipov both from the University of Lorraine. Their presented the status of the actions and deliverables of the STOICISM project using techniques to recover precious rare earth and metals from kaolin waste.
STOICISM presented in 19th NPCW in Norway
The 19th Nordic Process Control Workshop took place in Trondheim, Norway on 15-16 January 2015. The objective of this workshop is to bring together the Nordic process control community and to provide a forum for presenting recent and ongoing work in the area of process control, optimization and modeling.
STOICISM presented in 17th IFAC Symposium on Control, Optimization and Automation in Mining, Mineral and Metal Processing in Vienna, Austria
As partner of the STOICISM consortium, Dr. Zakharov from University of Aalto, presented the contribution “Dynamic modelling of a multiple hearth furnace for kaolin calcination with a sensitivity analysis with respect to reaction rates” at the 17th IFAC Symposium on Control, Optimization and Automation in Mining, Mineral and Metal Processing in Vienna, (Austria). The platform presentation was devoted to the description of the dynamic modeling of a multiple hearth kaolin calciner.
STOICISM Masters project collaborator wins the Digital Field Mapping 2014 Prize
Rachael Tierney, from the University of Exeter (Camborne School of Mines) in UK, completed her MSc dissertation project investigating the Imerys Higher Moor pit using Midland Valley Move software. Her dissertation “Targeting Kaolin Deposits with Discrete Fracture Networks” contributes to work package 1 of the STOICISM project which is funded under European Union 7th Framework Programme with focus on excellent science and innovation. Rachael Tierney’s dissertation, which was supervised by Prof.
STOICISM presented at the at the Cornish Institute of Engineers (CIE)
STOICISM presented at the Cornish Institute of Engineers (CIE) on 26th February 2015, demonstrating the use of laser scanning technology as a tool for effective pit slope management. The CIE is a network of professionals whose origin traces back to the early 20th century. The organisation is devoted to the exchange of information and ideas by convening meetings for presentation of papers and films. The discussions, held at the University of Exeter's campus, are open to members and also to the public.
STOICISM presented in the 2nd Conference on Optical Characterization of Materials (OCM) in Germany
The 2nd Conference on Optical Characterization of Materials (OCM) is taking place in Karlsruhe, Germany on 18-19 March 2015 and is organized by the Karlsruhe Centre for Spectral Signatures of Materials (KCM) in cooperation with the German Chapter of the Instrumentation & Measurement Society of IEEE. The objective of this conference is to present and discuss new trends and developments in material characterization and share the latest highlights to identify spectral footprints and their use by the industry.
STOICISM presented in 13th Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits (SGA) Meeting on in Nancy, France.
The theme for the SGA 13th edition was “Mineral Resources in a Sustainable World”. The SGA was founded in 1965 in Heidelberg and the 2015 SGA meeting celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Society. Mr. Dehaine & Dr.