Saturday, 9 January 2021

Comminution '21 online website now live

As announced last month Comminution '21, originally scheduled to be held in Cape Town, will now be a virtual event to be held over the same dates, April 19-22, 2021.

We are pleased to advise that the online website is now live, and from this you can submit your abstracts and register for the event. The deadline for abstract submission is the end of this month.

We have two well known comminution experts presenting keynote lectures. "The slow journey to practical energy efficient comminution" will be given by Chris Rule, Independent Metallurgical Consultant, Seymet Pty Ltd, South Africa, and we are also pleased that Dr. Paul Cleary, of CSIRO  Data61, Australia, has agreed to present a keynote. Appropriately called "Progress towards a virtual comminution machine" more details will be announced soon. In the recent Stanford University listing of the Top 2% of Scientists in the world Dr. Cleary was ranked #1 of the 600 elite scientists in the field of Mining & Metallurgy.

All presenters will be invited to submit papers after the conference. These will be peer-reviewed and, if accepted, published immediately in the first available regular issue of Minerals Engineering, and included in the Virtual Special Issue of the conference on ScienceDirect. This is an ideal opportunity to present your work to an international audience and have your paper published in a refereed journal of high repute, the conference itself providing initial peer-review via discussion.

The latest updates will be published via #Comminution21.

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