The goal of SWEMP is to discuss a number of technical, economic and legal aspects concerning environmental issues and to propose suitable solutions aiming at assuring the supply of raw materials and the availability of energy, while safeguarding the values of the surrounding territory, during the entire life cycle of industrial activities.
Technical sessions will be focused on Environmental Impacts of Coal-Fired Power Projects, Environmental Impact Assessment and Related National & International Case Histories, Ecological Impact Assessment, Rehabilitation and Pollution Control, Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology, Environmental Issues in Deep Mining- Mine Ventilation, Refrigeration and Worker Health Protection, Sustainable Development for Mineral and Energy Industries-National Perspectives, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA): Energy and Mineral Production Operations, Remediation of Contaminated Mine Area : Soil And Groundwater, Health Hazard and Safety Issues in Small-Scale Mining, Environmental Issues in Surface and Underground Mining of Metalliferous, Coal, Uranium, Industrial Minerals, Occupational Health, Safety, Rehabilitation of Mineworkers, and Re-Use of Depleted Mine Sites, Control of Effluents From Mineral Processing, Metallurgical and Chemical Plants Emerging Technologies for Environmental Protection Mine Site Closure and Rehabilitation, Emerging Technologies for Environmental Protection, Mine Site Closure and Rehabilitation, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing, Reliability of Waste Containment Structures, Tailings Treatment, Recycle, Disposal, and Decommissioning, Equipment Selection, Utilization and Optimization of Large Scale Reclamation Projects , The Impact of Hydrogen as the Next Generation Energy Carrier.
The basic aim of CAMI is to contribute to the technology transfer of “high-tech” methods and technologies to the various segments of the mining and processing industries. At CAMI 2016, professionals from industry, academic research and government will gather together to share information and capitalize on each other’s learnings, experiences and contributions, helping to define both state of practice and state-of-the-art technologies.
During this symposium you will learn about leading-edge technologies make global connections with people from various industries around the world and gain a greater understanding of current and future directions of computer applications in the minerals industries. The program Committee will consider papers on other topics related to computer applications in the mineral industries.
This CAMI will also feature a 3-day exhibition where software products will be exhibited in a designated area. Most of the conference topics will be covered such as mine planning, mine monitoring automation, mine maintenance, etc. A list of exhibitors and a brief description of their products will be made available to the delegates at registration time.