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About Deep Mining 2019

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    • Rock engineering practitioners
    • Mining engineers
    • Researchers
    • Academics
    • Geotechnical engineers
    • Hydraulic fracturing engineers
    • High stress mining engineers
    • Waste repository engineers
    • Rock engineers
    • Petroleum engineers
    • Tunnelling engineers
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    • Fracture and damage of rocks
    • Seismicity and rockbursts
    • Numerical modelling
    • Big data and analytics in rock engineering
    • Instrumentation and monitoring
    • Ground support
    • Risk in rock engineering design
    • Hydraulic fracturing at depth
    • Well/borehole stability under high stress conditions
    • Squeezing ground
    • Tunnelling under high stress conditions
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  • Sunday, 23 June 2019: Welcome cocktail and registration

    16:00–19:00Welcome Cocktail and Registration

    DAY 1 — Monday, 24 JUNE 2019

    07:00–08:00 Registration and Early Morning Refreshments
    08:00–08:10 Emergency procedures presentation 
    08:10–08:25 Welcome Address - SAIMM President
    A.S. Macfarlane, Mandela Mining Precinct 
    08:25–08:35 SANIRE presentation
    P. Couto, Middindi, SANIRE, Conference Co-chairperson 

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  • 14 November 2018 Submission of abstracts
    1 December 2018 Acceptance of abstracts
    31 January 2019 Submission of papers
    24–25 June 2019 Conference
    26 June 2019 Sanire Symposium
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  • If it's service excellence with an authentic African twist that you are after, then Misty Hills Country Hotel, Conference Centre & Spa welcomes you.

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  • 23 June 2019 Welcome Cocktail and Registration
    24 June 2019 Conference Dinner
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  • Muldersdrift is a wonderful place to stay whilst in Johannesburg, particularly if your needs are to the north of the city.

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  • Keynotes

    Layout design criteria for deep tabular mines: Quo Vadis?
    F. Malan, University of Pretoria, South Africa

    Misconceptions and advances in data driven seismic hazard assessment
    J. Wesseloo, University of Western Australia, Australia

    New trends in data collection and visualisation: Implications for rock engineering
    D. Stead, Simon Fraser University, Canada


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Our Objective:
To create an international forum for discussing the challenges associated with deep and high stress mining and to present advances in technology.


Companies wishing to sponsor or exhibit should contact

Camielah Jardine | Head of Conferencing
Tel: (011) 834-1273/7
Fax: (011) 833-8156 or (011) 838-5923