Australian mining technology conference to feature more than 25 papers

first_imgRegistration is now open for the 2009 CRCMining Australian Mining Technology Conference, to be held at the University of Queensland’s Business School Downtown on October 27-28, 2009. The conference will feature more than 25 local, national and international papers on a variety of topics, including mining methods, operational decision support, mine planning and scheduling, and automated mining technologies.Papers for the conference include:Graham Lumley – GBI Mining Intelligence, ‘Is Technology Helping Get Mine Plans Right?‘Micah Nehring – University of Queensland, ‘Short and Long Term Production Schedule Optimisation in Underground Mining Using Mathematical Programming‘Simon Law – Ledcap, ‘Life of Mine Trucking Requirements for Savage River‘Samuel Leonard – CRCMining, ‘Development of a Semi-Autonomous Scale Dragline Excavation Research Tool‘Chris Windsor – Western Australian School of Mines (Curtin University), ‘The Earth Rock Stress Tensor Data‘Michael Champion – University of Queensland, ‘Optimal Drill Hole Selection for Multi-Boom Jumbos in Constrained Environments‘Jade Little – AngloCoal Australia, ‘Simultaneous Optimisation of Stope Boundaries and Production Scheduling for Sublevel Stoping Mines.’This is just a sample of the papers to be presented at the conference. For the full list of speakers and papers, and for further details on the event, visit www.crcmining.com.au. Early bird registration will end September 25, 2009.last_img

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