IMPORTANT DATES


Start of Online Registration: 01.01.2017

Start of Abstract Submission: 01.03.2017

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 15.10.2017

Abstract Expertise: 01.12.2017

Deadline for Paper Submission: 01.03.2018

Paper Expertise: 01.05.2018


Abstract №

Speaker

Country

Organization

Session

Report

Status

70

Nathalie Kupka

Germany

Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology

8. Process modeling

CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING FROTH FLOTATION MODELS

 

106

Aleksandr Epiforov

Russia

Irkutsk Research Institute of Rare and Precious Metals and Diamonds

6. Hydro- and bio-hydrometallurgy

PRESSURE OXIDATION AS A UNIVERSAL METHOD FOR PROCESSING SULPHIDE
CONCENTRATES OF PRECIOUS AND BASE METALS

 

107

Sanghee

Japan

Hokkaido University

3. Physical enrichment – gravity, magnetic and electrostatic
separation

EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL SEPARATION AS A PRETREATMENT FOR AMMONIUM
THIOSULFATE LEACHING OF GOLD FROM WASTE MOBILE PHONES

PAID

108

Andrey Samusev

Russia

Institute of Comprehensive Exploitation of Mineral Resources Russian
Academy of Sciences

6. Hydro- and bio-hydrometallurgy

COMBINED ENERGY IMPACT ON ACID LEACHING OF EUDIALYTE CONCENTRATE

PAID

135

Emmanuel Baawuah

Australia

Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia

3. Physical enrichment – gravity, magnetic and electrostatic
separation

DRY MAGNETIC SEPARATION OF MAGNETITE FROM MAGNETITE-QUARTZ BLENDS
USING CYCLOMAG PLANAR MAGNETIC SEPARATOR

PAID

144

Elham Nemattolahi

Iran

Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman

2. Comminution & classification

AN INVESTIGATION OF FEED BOX SHAPE EFFECTS ON CONE CRUSHER
PERFORMANCE BY DISCRETE ELEMENT METHOD (DEM)
THE SARCHESHMEH COPPER COMPLEX CONE CRUSHER CASE

 

145

Zahra Bibak

Iran

Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman

2. Comminution & classification

AN INVESTIGATION OF PARTICLE SHAPE EFFECTS ON LOAD MOVEMENT IN
TUMBLING MILLS BY DISCRETE ELEMENT METHOD (DEM)

 

148

Nataliya Permyakova

Russia

All-Russian scientific-research institute of mineral resources named
after N.M. Fedorovsky

6. Hydro- and bio-hydrometallurgy

THE COMPLEX HYDROMETALLURGICAL PROCESSING OF RARE-METAL RADIOACTIVE
CONCENTRATES

PAID

150

Dharmendr Kumar

India

Tata Research Development and Design Center, Tata Consultancy
Services

5. Processing of fines and slimes

CHITOSAN AS A SELECTIVE FLOCCULANT FOR BENEFICIATION OF HIGH ALUMINA
CONTAINING INDIAN IRON ORE SLIMES: A THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

 

178

Stefan Geldenhuys

South Africa

University of Cape Town

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

THE SCALE-UP BEHAVIOUR OF THE FROTH STABILITY MEASUREMENT

PAID

179

Haisheng Han

China

Central south university

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

REPLACING PETROV’S PROCESS WITH ATMOSPHERIC FLOTATION USING PB-BHA
COMPLEXES FOR SEPARATING SCHEELITE FROM FLUORITE

PAID

225

Yuan Shuli

China

BGRIMM

2. Comminution & classification

RESEARCH ON THE INFLUENCE OF KEY PARAMETERS OF TOWER MILL ON GRINDING
EFFECT

 

237

Anthony Geneyton

France

University of Lorraine – Laboratoire Georessources

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

INFLUENCE OF MONAZITE CHEMISTRY ON CHEMICAL SURFACE PROPERTIES AND
FATTY ACIDS COLLECTORS ADSORPTION

PAID

269

Farhad Faramarzi

Australia

Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre, The University of
Queensland

2. Comminution & classification

FROM AVERAGE-BASED ORE IMPACT BREAKAGE CHARACTERIZATION TO
QUANTIFYING BREAKAGE VARIABILITY

PAID

276

Yongsheng Sun

China

Northeastern University

3. Physical enrichment – gravity, magnetic and electrostatic
separation

RECOVERY OF IRON FROM REFRACTORY IRON ORE USING SUSPENSION
MAGNETIZATION ROASTING FOLLOWED BY MAGNEITIC SEPARATION

PAID

285

Bent Matthias Babel

Germany

Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology,
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

INVESTIGATING REAGENT-MINERAL INTERACTIONS BY COLLOIDAL PROBE ATOMIC
FORCE MICROSCOPY

PAID

290

Max Hesse

Germany

Institute of Mineral Processing Machines

2. Comminution & classification

INFLUENCING PARAMETERS OF THE SELECTIVE COMMINUTION AT IMPACT LOAD

PAID

320

Quentin DEHAINE

United Kingdom

Camborne School of Mines – University of Exeter

3. Physical enrichment – gravity, magnetic and electrostatic separation

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE KINETICS OF CENTRIFUGAL FALCON UF
SEPARATION

PAID

322

Wen XUAN

France

ArcelorMittal Maizières Research

2. Comminution & classification

OPTIMISATION OF GRINDING PROCESS IN A MAGNETITE ORE BENEFICIATION
PLANT

PAID

383

Andrei Gerasimov

Russia

“Mechanobr-Tekhnika” Research and Engineering Corporation

5. Processing of fines and slimes

THERMO- AND HYDROCHEMICAL MODIFICATION OF SOLID MINERALS CONTAINING
ARGILLACEOUS VARIETIES

PAID

395

Marina Belykh

Russia

Irkutsk Research Institute of Precious and Rare Metals and Diamonds

7. Environmental problems and recycling of mineral-containing waste
products

MAIN FUNCTIONAL GROUPS OF BACTERIA INVOLVED IN BIODETOXIFICATION OF
GOLD HEAP LEACHING WASTES

 

455

Ivan Korolev

Finland

Outotec (Finland) Oy

8. Process modeling

HSC SIM SIMULATION MODEL OF THE ASSAREL COPPER FLOTATION CIRCUIT
BASED ON PROCESS MINERALOGY

PAID

456

Francisco Reyes

United Kingdom

Imperial College London

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

QUANTIFYING MINERAL LIBERATION BY GRADE AND SURFACE EXPOSURE USING
X-RAY MICRO-CT FOR FLOTATION PROCESSES

PAID

512

Sebastian Contreras

Chile

Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas, Universidad de Chile

5. Processing of fines and slimes

ENHANCEMENT OF FINE SOLID FLOCCULATION PERFORMANCE USING GRAPHENE
OXIDE-DOPED INDUSTRIAL FLOCCULANTS IN HIGH-CLAY CONTAINING TAILINGS

PAID

530

Wenda Guo

China

Northeastern University

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

FLOTATION AND ADSORPTION CHARACTERISTIC OFFATTY ACIDS
SEPARATED FROM WASTE COOKING OIL

PAID

542

Diego Mesa

United Kingdom

Imperial College London

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

EFFECT OF IMPELLER DESIGN AND OPERATION ON BUBBLE SIZE AND FOAM
STABILITY

PAID

545

Refilwe Magwaneng

Japan

Akita University

6. Hydro- and bio-hydrometallurgy

PRESSURE LEACHING OF CARBONACEOUS SULPHIDE CONCENTRATES FOR RECOVERY
OF COPPER AND IRON

PAID

590

Hanna Regidor

Philippines

Department of Mining, Metallurgical, and Materials Engineering
(University of the Philippines – Diliman)

6. Hydro- and bio-hydrometallurgy

ELECTROCHEMICAL OXIDATION AND DISSOLUTION OF REFRACTORY BENGUET
(PHILIPPINES) GOLD CONCENTRATE IN HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTIONS

PAID

607

Markus Buchmann

Germany

Techincal University Bergakademie Freiberg – Institute of Mechanical
Process Engineering and Mineral Processing

3. Physical enrichment – gravity, magnetic and electrostatic
separation

DENSITY AND SUSCEPTIBILITY: GEOMETALLURGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A
CASSITERITE BEARING COMPLEX SKARN ORE FROM THE ORE MOUNTAINS; GERMANY

PAID

648

Pierre-Henri Koch

 Sweden

Luleå University of Technology

2. Comminution & classification

A NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF MICROWAVE PRE-TREATMENT ON VALUE
LIBERATION FROM A ZN ORE

PAID

660

Christopher Marion

Canada

McGill University

4. Surface chemistry. Flotation fundamentals. Flotation reagents. Flotation
technology

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ZIRCON
FLOTATION

PAID

669

SUNIL KUMAR TRIPATHY

India

TATA STEEL LTD.

3. Physical enrichment – gravity, magnetic and electrostatic
separation

UPGRADATION OF LOW-GRADE FERRUGINOUS CHROMITE ORE BY REDUCTION
ROASTING USING CONVENTIONAL AND MICROWAVE HEATING

 

715

Iurii Podkamennyi

Russia

Institute of Comprehensive Exploitation of Mineral Resources Russian
Academy of Sciences

1. Technological mineralogy

EXPERIMENTAL SUBSTANTIATION OF THE RELATION OF THE
STRUCTURAL-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF MINERAL EDUCATION ON NATURAL DIAMONDS FROM
THE SUBSTANCE COMPOSITION OF THE KIMBERLITE ORE

PAID

981

Anna Rasskazova

Russia

Mining Institute the Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of
Sciences

6. Hydro- and bio-hydrometallurgy

LEACHING OF BASE GOLD-BEARING ORE WITH CHLORIDE-HYPOCHLORITE
SOLUTIONS

PAID

983

Unzile Yenial

Turkey

Istanbul Technical University

7. Environmental problems and recycling of mineral-containing waste
products

SINGLE AND BINARY ADSORPTION OF ARSENIC AND LEAD ONTO RED MUD AND
COAL WASTE