On 06 June 2019, the special colloquium of the IAM on the topic of “ Selective Comminution – Improving Recovery and Concentrate Quality” will take place at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg as part of the 70. th BHT – Freiberg University Forum
Members of the
such as Arno Kwade, Aubrey Mainza, Hakan Benzer, Indresan Govender, Malcolm Powell, Marcello Tavares, Paul Cleary, and other scientists from Bulgaria, Russia, and Germany will contribute to the high-profile program with insightful reports on their latest findings in this field of research. Global Comminution Collaborative (GCC)
The colloquium is also part of the
50. th anniversary celebrations of the institute
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More than 140 attendants follow the presentations at the 14th Freiberg Symposium on Mineral Processing; © Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Lieberwirth
From 07 to 09 March 2019, the
Institute for Mineral Processing Machines of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg will hold its annual Symposium on Mineral Processing in the Municipal Ceremonial Hall of Freiberg for the 14 th time. More than 140 industry and business experts – among them machine manufacturers and operators, consultancies, and university researchers – are expected to attend this year’s event.
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Europe is rich in raw materials: Prof. Frank Melcher (Montane University Leoben) is showing a map displaying Europe’s potential in raw material deposits using the latest exploration results (click to enlarge) “If you want to see an elephant, go where the elephants live”
With this little bit of witticism,
of the Prof. Frank Melcher University of Leoben for Mining, Metallurgy and Materials opened his joint presentation with today on Prof. Jens Gutzmer from the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology within the “Mineral Raw Materials from Europe for Europe – Europe’s Potential in Mineral Deposits” opening panel “Raw Materials Are the Future”. If one seeks to prospect new raw material deposits, one should start near old mines! Continue reading “Current exploration results presented at the EUMICON 2018 in Vienna show Europe’s rich raw material deposits!”
Prof. Peter Moser is speaking at the EUMICON 2018 in Vienna: “The demand for raw materials will rapidly rise until 2050, caused mainly by the shift towards renewable energies” (click to enlarge) “What is renewable in renewables? Just the wind and the sun.”
This is how
, Vice Rector for Infrastructure and International Relations and Head of the Prof. Peter Moser Chair of Mining Engineering and Mineral Economics at the University of Leoben for Mining, Metallurgy and Materials, today answered his own question.
Solar cells, wind turbines, etc. must still be produced out of raw materials – and to a considerable extent from primary raw materials! The selection of materials required to this end is usually much more complex than it is the case with conventional power plants.
Rare Earth Elements ( and other important raw materials, REE) large quantities of ores have to be mined and processed, often in conjunction with predatory nature exploitations due to the sometimes minute amounts in the ores. Continue reading “Day 2 of the EUMICON 2018 in Vienna: High increase in demand for primary raw materials through the use of advanced technologies for renewable energies”
At the opening of the EUMICON 2018, Elisabeth Köstinger, Austrian Federal Minister of Sustainability and Tourism, points to the importance of a reliable and sustainable supply of raw materials within Europe (click to enlarge) “Europe is rich in scarce resources”
With this key statement, Elisabeth Köstinger, Austrian
Federal Minister of Sustainability and Tourism, today inaugurated the International Raw Materials Conference of the European Raw Materials Initiative . Only with EUMICON innovative technologies can Europe’s future demand for raw materials be secured without having to resort to imports from potentially conflict-laden regions of the world. The shift towards renewable energies in particular is a major driving force for the increasing global need for raw materials that implies a by no means inconsiderable potential for conflict!
, from 26 – 28 September in Vienna EUMICON 2018 approx. 250 renowned representatives from research, business, politics, as well as the raw materials and processing industry will speak on new solutions for a sustainable and responsible way of supplying raw materials within Europe, and the necessary processing technologies and machines to this end. Tomorrow, , Freiberg, will give a , Director of the Helmholtz Institute for Resource Technologies Prof. Dr. Jens Gutzmer . lecture on the topic of “Mineral Raw Materials from Europe for Europe – Europe’s Potential in Mineral Deposits”