7th Mintek & SASS Analytical Science Symposium

On 03 November 2017 Mintek will hold the joint 7th Analytical Science Symposium with the South African Spectroscopic Society (SASS).

Themed “Innovative Analytical Methodology in the Mining & Metallurgical Industry”, the symposium will bring together a network of suppliers of analytical equipment, and delegates from industry and academia.

The symposium will give delegates an opportunity to learn more about latest trends in analytical science as well as to ensure that science is more relevant.

The symposium will boost 10 interesting presentations and three posters by leading researchers and chemists in the analytical science.

Delegates and suppliers are invited to register for the symposium online at: http://www.mintek.co.za/technical-divisions/analytical-services-asd/analytical-science-symposium-registration-form/

Registration Information

Early bird: Ends on 30 September 2017 – R930

Normal registration: Starts on 1 October 2017 – R1000

Students: R840 (proof of student registration to be emailed or faxed)

SASS Member: R880

Exhibitors: Price per stall: R3 460 excl. VAT.

Closing date: 25 October 2017

 

For more information, please contact: Dhiroshnee Govender at: Dhirhoshneeg@mintek.co.za

 

 About Mintek

Mintek is South Africa’s national mineral research organisation established in 1934. It is one of the world’s leading technology organisations specialising in minerals processing, extractive metallurgy and related areas. Our commitment to innovation and our world-class research and development expertise is supported by a physical infrastructure of modern laboratories, pilot plants and workshops. We believe it is our extensive intellectual capital – engineers, scientists and technologists, all of the highest calibre – that forms the most valuable part of our proposition to our customers. Learn more here: http://www.mintek.co.za/ and follow us on twitter: @Mintek_RSA

 

 

About SASS

 

The South African Spectroscopic Society (SASS) is a non-profit organisation which was established in 1969, and arose out of the Spectroscopic Discussion Group that began five years earlier. The main objectives of the Society are to further the exchange of knowledge of spectroscopy by means of conferences, meetings and publications, and to promote research, study and the use and application of spectroscopy at universities, technikons, and research laboratories and in i