Monday, 2 May 2011

Register now for next month's MEI Conferences in Falmouth

Gyllingvase Beach, Falmouth
Next month two conferences run back to back in Falmouth.  Computational Modelling '11, sponsored by DEM Solutions,  will be immediately followed by Physical Separation '11, sponsored by International Mining and Industrial Minerals,  at the Falmouth Beach Resort Hotel overlooking Gyllyngvase Beach.

Visit the websites for these two conferences to view the current tiemtables, and to register online. For those wishing to exhibit, the exhibition booths will be set up prior to Computational Modelling '11 and dismantled at the end of Physical Separation '11, so if you register as an exhibitor for one conference, you may also leave literature for display at the other.

Basset Mines, Camborne-Redruth
Cornwall, the “birthplace of modern mining”, is an appropriate place to hold Physical Separation '11, as this was the first place in the world where physical separation methods were practiced on a large scale, and the programme will include a visit to the historic Camborne-Redruth copper and tin mining district, where ruins of 19th century ‘dressing floors’ can be explored.

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