The workshop participants will be assigned to one of following breakout groups.1) Tools and approaches (equipment and software) - Service providers, developers 2) Needs in geometallurgy, process control, mill improvements/audits, exploration, development - End users: metallurgists, geologists, mineralogists, plant operators 3) Limitations, uncertainties, standardization – Developers, experts, end users Following breakout group discussions, each group presented their findings to the Workshop in plenary.
CAM 2010 annual report prepared by Megan Becker (10 January 2011).
Dogan PAKTUNC Mineralogy and Metallurgical Processing, CANMET Mining and Mineral Sciences Laboratories, 555 Booth Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G1, Canada Phone: 613-947-7061 Fax/fax: 613-996-9673 Dogan Paktunc Webpage Sub-commission on Mineralogy Applied to Building Materials Sub-commission on Cultural Heritage and Archaeological Materials Sub-commission on Advanced Ceramics and Glasses Sub-commission on Geometallurgy Next ICAM meeting will be held 1-5 August 2011 in Trondheim, Norway.
The Geological Survey of Norway has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the ICAM council (Ying Gu) and has hired a local PCO. The coordinator for the excursions has yet to be assigned.
IMA General Meeting Sessions organized by CAM: An initiative of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, CSIRO and JKTech.
As an interdisciplinary field, it involves characterisation of a wide variety of crystalline materials including ores, mineral concentrates, engineering materials, biomaterials and industrial residues.