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MassMin 2012

Location:Fraser Building, Laurentian University
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Start Date:11 June 2012
End Date:14 June 2012
Email:info@massmin2012.com
Web: www.cim.org/massmin2012
Details:The theme of MassMin 2012 is Advancing the State-of-the-Art in Mass Mining. MassMin 2012 will bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners to present the latest accomplishments, innovations and potential future directions in mass mining and its applications around the world.

The history of the MassMin Conference is as follows. The first Massmin was convened in Denver, USA (1982), and subsequently in Johannesburg, South Africa(1992), in Brisbane, Australia(2000), in Santiago, Chile(2004), in Lulea, Sweden(2008) and now in Sudbury, Ontario Canada (2012).

The objective of MassMin is to facilitate close dialogue among experts on issues relating to research, technological development and the application of Mass Mining around the world. This conference promotes strong interactions between academic and industry in all the aspects of the technology.

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