Water Congress 2020

SMI ES COORGANIZADOR DE Water Congress 2020 (English below)

El Centre for Water in the Minerals Industry, Sustainable Minerals Institute de The University of Queensland coorganiza Water Congress 2020.

Del 12 al 16 de octubre de 2020 se realizará el 8º Congreso Internacional de Gestión del Agua en Minería y Procesos Industriales de manera online desde Santiago, Chile. Como coorganizador, el Centre for Water in the Minerals Industry (SMI-CWiMI) es representado por Claire Côte como parte del Comité Organizador. El congreso incluye una charla inaugural (en vivo), 9 charlas plenarias y un panel de discusión (en vivo), y 69 presentaciones pregrabadas con sesiones de preguntas en vivo.

Panel de conversación el jueves 15 de octubre a las 16:30hrs Chile / 06:30hrs Brisbane:

Gestión integrada e infraestructura para enfrentar la crisis hídrica
Moderado por Douglas Aitken, SMI-ICE-Chile

SMI y SMI-ICE-Chile presentarán los siguientes artículos aprobados (publicados y presentados en el idioma que se recibe): 

Hacia suministros de agua de mar desalada más sostenibles: intercambios de agua y modelos de redes de suministro
Giovana García y Douglas Aitken, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The International Centre of Excellence, Chile; Fernando Concha y Marcelo Vergara, Centro de Recursos Hídricos para la Agricultura y Minería (CRHIAM), Universidad de Concepción, Chile; y Neil McIntyre y Liliana Pagliero, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia

Water and tailings management strategies in a changing world: future scenario analysis at El Teniente
Doug Aitken, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The International Centre of Excellence, Chile; Glen Corder, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland, Australia; Georg Welzel, Albert Sánchez and Marcelo Vera, División El Teniente, Codelco, Chile; and Rodrigo Morera and Mónica Morales, Rubik Sustentabilidad, Chile

Guía del uso integrado de herramientas hidrológicas, geoquímicas e isotópicas para faenas mineras
Christian Wolkersdorfer, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa and Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; Darrell Kirk Nordstrom; Roger Daniel Beckie, University of British Columbia, Canada; Daniel Cicerone, University of San Martín, Argentina; Trevor Elliot, School of Natural and Built Environment (SNBE), United Kingdom; Mansour Edraki, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia; Teresa Valente, University of Minho, Portugal; Silvia França, Centre for Mineral Technology, Brazil; Pramod Kumar, Albert Soler i Gil, Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Spain; and Ricardo Oyarzún Lucero, Universidad de La Serena and Centro de Recursos Hídricos para la Agricultura y la Minería (CRHIAM), Chile

Geomorphological approach for a broad scale assessment of flood–tailings interactions under arid and semi-arid climate conditions
Gabriel Pérez, Neil McIntyre and Mansour Edraki, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia; Stephen Edwards, University College London, UK; and Douglas Aitken, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The International Centre of Excellence, Chile

Más información en gecamin.com/watercongress o escribiendo a watercongress@gecamin.com

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SMI CO-ORGANISES Water Congress 2020

The Centre for Water in the Minerals Industry, at the Sustainable Minerals Institute from the University of Queensland co-organises Water Congress 2020.

Between October 12 and 16, 2020 the 8th International Congress on Water Management in Mining and Industrial Processes will be carried out online from Santiago, Chile. As co-organizers the Centre for Water in the Minerals Industry (CWiMI-SMI) is represented by Claire Côte as a member of the Organising Committee. The congress includes an inaugural presentation (live), 9 plenary presentations and a panel discussion (live), and 69 prerecorded presentations with live Q&A sessions.

Conversation panel on Thursday October 15 at 4:30pm Chile / 06:30am Brisbane:

Integrated Management and Infrastructure to Confront the Water Crisis 
Moderated by Doug Aitken, SMI-ICE-Chile

SMI and SMI-ICE-Chile will present the following accepted papers (published and presented in the language they are received):

Hacia suministros de agua de mar desalada más sostenibles: intercambios de agua y modelos de redes de suministro
Giovana García y Douglas Aitken, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The International Centre of Excellence, Chile; Fernando Concha y Marcelo Vergara, Centro de Recursos Hídricos para la Agricultura y Minería (CRHIAM), Universidad de Concepción, Chile; y Neil McIntyre y Liliana Pagliero, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia

Water and tailings management strategies in a changing world: future scenario analysis at El Teniente
Doug Aitken, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The International Centre of Excellence, Chile; Glen Corder, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland, Australia; Georg Welzel, Albert Sánchez and Marcelo Vera, División El Teniente, Codelco, Chile; and Rodrigo Morera and Mónica Morales, Rubik Sustentabilidad, Chile

Guía del uso integrado de herramientas hidrológicas, geoquímicas e isotópicas para faenas mineras
Christian Wolkersdorfer, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa and Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; Darrell Kirk Nordstrom; Roger Daniel Beckie, University of British Columbia, Canada; Daniel Cicerone, University of San Martín, Argentina; Trevor Elliot, School of Natural and Built Environment (SNBE), United Kingdom; Mansour Edraki, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia; Teresa Valente, University of Minho, Portugal; Silvia França, Centre for Mineral Technology, Brazil; Pramod Kumar, Albert Soler i Gil, Universitat de Barcelona (UB), Spain; and Ricardo Oyarzún Lucero, Universidad de La Serena and Centro de Recursos Hídricos para la Agricultura y la Minería (CRHIAM), Chile

Geomorphological approach for a broad scale assessment of flood–tailings interactions under arid and semi-arid climate conditions
Gabriel Pérez, Neil McIntyre and Mansour Edraki, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia; Stephen Edwards, University College London, UK; and Douglas Aitken, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The International Centre of Excellence, Chile

More information at gecamin.com/watercongress or by writing watercongress@gecamin.com

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8:30 am - 6:00 pm

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