PACRIM 2015

  • Dates:
    Mar 18 - 21, 2015
  • Hours:
    From 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
    Conrad, Hong Kong, China
  • Event Type:
    Conference & Exhibition

Contact Information

Cassandra Benn
Senior Coordinator, Events
61 03 9658131
cbenn@ausimm.com.au
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PACRIM 2015 -REGISTER NOW, Early bird registration closes 31 January 2015

18 - 21 March 2015, Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong, China

www.pacrim2015.ausimm.com.au

CIM is pleased to announce we will be supporting PACRIM 2015. PACRIM is a quadrennial congress that focuses on research, exploration and development of mineral deposits around the Pacific Rim. Its appeal extends far and wide to geologists, geophysicists, geochemists exploring in the Pacific Rim and people interested in the mineralisation processes of active tectonic margins, and those developing projects following discovery in these regions.

PACRIM 2015 will present over 80 technical abstracts plus additional keynote presentations over a three day period with a special Geology and Exploration of China Seminar to be held on the fourth day. The program will also include networking functions, pre- and post-congress workshops, technical tours, students program and optional sightseeing tours.

As a member of CIM you are eligible for the congress supporter discounted rates to attend the congress in March next year!

For further information and to keep up to date with the latest information as it becomes available please register your interest via the congress website 

For the brochure, click here


Event Detail

PACRIM 2015 follows a tradition of successful technically-focused meetings which have become the premier AusIMM conference on the Pacific Rim, bringing together the most recent advances in academic research and geological understanding, regional surveys by government agencies and the industry’s latest discoveries and projects that showcase the importance of the Pacific Rim for global mineral wealth and investment. Its appeal extends far and wide to geologists, geophysicists, geochemists exploring in the Pacific Rim and people interested in the mineralisation processes of active tectonic margins as well as those developing the projects which follow discovery in these regions.

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