33rd Annual General Meeting International Tungsten Industry Association (San Francisco, September 20-23, 2020)
The 33rd Annual General Meeting of the International Tungsten Industry Association will be organized in San Francisco (September 20-23, 2020). The event is hosted by Kennametal Inc. and is open to both members and non-members.
61st General Assembly of the Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center (Geneva, October 11-14, 2020)
The 61st General Assembly of the T.I.C. takes place in Switzerland on October 11-14, 2020. The T.I.C. was established in response to concerns within the tantalum industry regarding the lack of useful information on tantalum source materials.
Register now for a seminar on “Green transition challenged by the metal supply chain”. The event takes place on March 12, 2020 in the Flemish Parliament in Brussels (Belgium). Various EU H2020 projects will cluster around the challenges they face.
Public acceptance or the ‘Social License to Operate’ is widely acknowledged as the biggest financial risk for the mining sector. Six different perspectives and recommendations coming from six different sectors were debated during a satellite event of the EU Raw Materials Week (22 Nov. 2019).
On November 19 2019, the 9th Trilateral EU-US-Japan Conference on Critical Materials was held as part of the Raw Materials week 2019 in Brussels. During the conference, representatives from EU, US and Japan exchanged information about their recent research initiatives...
On November 8, 2019, the EIT RawMaterials AWARE consortium is organising a mini-symposium on raising awareness on recycling of electronic waste. The event is co-organised by Recupel, SUMA and SIM² KU Leuven. Registration is now open.
Registrations are open for the satellite event at the EU Raw Materials Week on the “Public Acceptance and Social Impact of Mining and Mineral Recycling in Europe” (Brussels, 22 Nov. 2019). Several policy recommendations for the European Commission will be debated.
The SecREEts project presented its approach on Social License to Operate during an online meeting and compared with the model by Boutilier and Thomson (2011)
High level expert panel workshop on Social License to Operate, followed by a SLO clustering event organised by the NEMO, CROCODILE and TARANTULA projects teams.
MEC has become one of the most highly acclaimed meetings for representatives of both science and industry working in the field of mineral engineering in Europe. The MEC2019 for the third time is consisting of 15th International Conference on Non-Ferrous Ore Processing...