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100 Years of Mining Research (in conjunction with 2010 SME Annual Meeting & Exhibit)  

A Symposium held in conjunction with the 2010 SME Annual Meeting & Exhibit, February 28 - March 3, 2010, in Phoenix, Arizona.

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    Extracting The Science:
    A Century of Mining Research
    Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Original Research with the Formation of the U.S. Bureau of Mines in 1910

    Overview:
    The objective of this symposium is to commemorate the centennial of mining research in the United States. This research was formally initiated with the creation of the U.S. Bureau of Mines in 1910 and the Mine Safety and Health Research now resides within the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).

    The target audience for this symposium is the national and international mining scientific and research community, including industry, labor, academia, and regulatory and other agencies at the federal and state levels. Presentation topics include mine safety and health, mining systems and technology, ground control, and mine ventilation. The presentations should reflect the historical developments in mining safety and technology, as well as the mine disasters over the years that drove these developments. We plan to invite leading international mining researchers to present and discuss historical advances in mining methods, technology, safety and health in their countries and to share with us their significant research accomplishments.”

    Executive Committee:
    Michael Karmis (Virginia Tech), Mary Poulton (University of Arizona), Bruce Watzman (National Mining Association), Terry Hoch (MSHA), Jürgen Brune (NIOSH), Güner Gürtunca (NIOSH), Dan Alexander (NIOSH), William Wilkinson (Freeport-McMoRan), Dave Kanagy (SME)

    Technical Program:
    The following program areas are being considered for technical presentations:

    1. Mine Ventilation, Dust Control and Explosion Prevention
    2. Ground Control (Coal and Hard Rock)
    3. Mining Systems and Technology
    4. Models of Research and Education Funding
    5. Mining and Sustainable Development

     

    SME will send Author's Kits to the preliminary authors for each accepted paper. Should your paper be accepted the following deadlines apply:

    Final Abstracts Due: August 1, 2009

    Manuscripts Due: October 1, 2009

    For general information:
    SME
    www.smenet.org
    8307 Shaffer Parkway
    Littleton, CO 80127
    (phone) 303-973-9550
    (email) meetings@smenet.org

     

     

     

     



     
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