The notifications to presenting authors confirming their specific date and time of presentation will be communicated the 20 August 2016.
Second Draft Preliminary programme is being updated per theme as the SPC signs them off.
The detailed draft day by day programme for each theme is being announced as it is being collated. These are still preliminary and will be finalised by the 20 August.
As this is the Second draft, please note that where there are abstract presenters not yet registered, these have now been removed from the programme.
Once removed, you will not be included in the abstracts or the programme. If your co-author is presenting, please contact the secretariat urgently to confirm and advise so that your paper can be moved to the correct presenter. Email email@example.com
if you have any queries or if you have in the interim managed to secure finances and registered.
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Keynote speakers to be inserted shortly.
31ST MAY 2015
||Additional symposium proposals must now be submitted directly to the theme champions (Please be sure to include the name of the proposer, seconder and short motivation).
1ST JULY 2015 -
31ST JANUARY 2016
|Call for abstracts
31ST MARCH 2016
||Notifications of acceptance
Coal remains the World’s principal solid fuel source and its location, distribution and exploitation are important factors on a global scale. This theme caters for all contributions related to the geology and economics of coal deposits.
For a list of the Abstracts that have been ACCEPTED UNDER THIS THEME CLICK HERE ➤
Please note that this is preliminary and final allocations in the programme will be announced in the 5th Announcement and updated on the Website in July.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PRESENTING AUTHORS (FOR ORALS) OR AT LEAST ONE AUTHOR (FOR POSTERS) MUST BE REGISTERED FOR THE MEETING BY 31 MAY 2016 IN ORDER TO HAVE THE ABSTRACT INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAMME.
The following symposium proposals have already been submitted:
Characterisation of Gondwana coals: Advances in Applied Petrography
Characterisation of Gondwana coals: Impact of coal geology on coal beneficiation and product utilisation
Christien Thiart, Ricardo A. Olea and Özgen Karacan
» Quantitative characterization of coal resources and hazards
For all submissions that do not fall into currently identified symposia