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Sudbury research group hosting deep mining conference

Toronto event will seek solutions for mining below 2.5 km
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The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation will host the Future of Deep Mining Conference 2019 Sept. 19-20 in Toronto. (CEMI photo)

Sudbury’s Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) is hosting the 2019 Future of Deep Mining Conference this September in Toronto.

The two-day event will be held at One King West Hotel & Residences, and is expected to attract a variety of deep mining stakeholders, including deep mine operators, solution providers, the mining research community, and those within allied industries.

Challenges associated with deep mining – defined as mining below 2.5 kilometres – include improving safety for workers and enhancing profitability for companies.

The event will feature presentations by industry experts, panel discussions, solution pitches, and networking opportunities.

The event is being co-located with Smart Mining 2.0, a conference focused on presenting the newest technologies for the mining industry.

For information on registration, and a full list of featured speakers, visit ikonnect.world/futureofdeepminingconference/#tg-schedule.

Through its research and commercialization services, CEMI helps companies innovate to improve safety, productivity and environmental performance.




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