Thursday, 3 August 2017

1st Announcement- Physical Separation '19 and Computational Modelling '19

The Physical Separation series of conferences began in 2009, and were born out of the merger of MEI's more specialised Gravity Concentration, Hydrocyclones and Solid-Liquid Separation conferences.
All five Physical Separation conferences have been held in Falmouth, and June's Physical Separation '17 attracted a record number of 71 delegates, stretching the facilities at Falmouth's small conference venue.
As physical separation techniques are becoming more sophisticated and widely used in mineral processing, it is expected that delegate numbers will continue to rise, and for that reason Physical Separation '19 will be held in early May 2019 in our larger venue, the Vineyard Hotel, in Cape Town. Moving the conference to the Vineyard will also allow us to hold an exhibition of services, which was not possible in Falmouth.
The spacious facilities at Cape Town's Vineyard Hotel
Computational Modelling '19 will be the 7th in this series of small conferences, which attract a very specialised and highly focussed group of researchers. The first in the series was held at the Mount Nelson Hotel in Cape Town in 2005, followed by 2008 at the Vineyard. The past four events have been held back to back with Physical Separation in Falmouth, so it is appropriate to bring Computational Modelling '19 to Cape Town to sit with Physical Separation '19; there are common elements in both conferences, and a number of delegates stick around for both.
Both conferences have International Mining as a media partner, and for the first time the Coalition for Eco-Efficient Comminution (CEEC) will be an industry advocate for Physical Separation.

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