Seventh International Symposium
Rockbolting and Rock Mechanics in Mining
30 – 31 May, 2012
Cooperation Partners: Euromines, RAG Aktiengesellschaft & FAB (German Federation of International Mining and Mineral Resources)
Sponsoring Partners: RAG Mining Solutions GmbH, Minova CarboTech GmbH, Hilti Deutschland AG
The Institute of Mining Engineering I of RWTH Aachen University is pleased to announce that the Preliminary Program Brochure of AIMS 2012 is now online at http://www.aims.rwth-aachen.
In the Program Brochure you will find information to:
- Symposium Details
- General Information
- Time Table of Presentations
- Exhibition & Advertisement
- Accommodation and Hotel Reservation
The printed Program Brochure will be sent to you by postal mail in about 14 days. If you should not receive the printed Program Brochure you can request the Brochure by an informal email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
de/en/presentations you will also find the updated Abstractvolume.
The focus of this years’ symposium AIMS 2012 is on rockbolting and rock mechanics in mining, incorporating all of the latest developments in the fields of
· Rockbolting and Support Systems,
· Injection Technology,
· Rock Mechanics,
· Operational Experiences and
· Machinery and Equipment.
Since the first AIMS conference on Rockbolting in Mining in the year 1987, the symposium has become a regular meeting of international ground control and rockbolting experts. We expect approximately 350 delegates from all over the world, so you can look forward to meeting senior representatives and decision makers of governments, industry, research institutions, investment communities, suppliers of the minerals and mining industry and related fields.
Both the exhibition at the symposium venue and the traditional Dinner Party at the Aula Carolina on 30 May, 2012 will offer ample opportunity to make new contacts and renew old ones.
The AIMS 2012 symposium will be sponsored by RAG Mining Solutions GmbH, Minova CarboTech GmbH and Hilti Aktiengesellschaft.
For further information, please visit our website at www.aims.rwth-aachen.de.
Preliminary Program & Registration as of 7 March 2012
|Preliminary Program & Registration as of 7 March 2012|
|Abstract Volume as of 7 March 2012|
Program at a Glance
The proceedings will be published in the "Aachen International Mining Symposia” with an edition of 500 copies in one volume with approximately 800 pages, including figures and tables.The Conference proceedings will be available to the participants at the time of the Conference.