9th International Symposium on Hydrometallurgy

Phoenix, Arizona

8/20/2023 7:00 AM - 8/23/2023 5:00 PM MST

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9th International Symposium on Hydrometallurgy | Honoring J. Brent Hiskey


Hydrometallurgy 2023 focuses on the many aspects of metallurgical processing including mineral processing, extractive metallurgy, environmental science and engineering, as well as its future role in processing base metals, precious metals, and strategic metals and minerals.

At Hydrometallurgy you will learn about fundamentals theory involved in many unit processes, industrial applications, and the state-of-the-art applications from around the world. Conference highlights include:

  • Plenary lecture series

  • Short courses

  • Technical program

 


Call for Papers

The program committee issues a call for papers on the below topics. The ideal paper presents solutions and outcomes or unique challenges.

  • Environment/Waste Treatment

  • Plant Practices

  • Metal Extraction

  • Separation Technologies

  • Recovery/Recycling

  • Rare Earth/Critical Minerals

  • Materials for Clean Energy


Submit your 100 word abstract


Program Deadlines:

September 15, 2022

Abstracts Due

October 2022

Accepted Authors Notified

January 1, 2023

Draft Papers Due for Review

March 15, 2023

Final Paper Due


Authors are notified of acceptance in October 2022.
Final manuscripts from accepted author are mandatory for inclusion in the proceedings. You should consider that submitting an abstract is a commitment to completing a manuscript on time.

 

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