EAGE/DGG Workshop on Mining and Tunneling Geophysics
Join EAGE and DGG in Leoben!
In this workshop we want to focus on technical problems related to the construction and operation of mines and tunnels, including mine heap investigations. One of the key factors in mining and tunneling is the mechanical properties of the rock mass. Stress changes due to excavation affect those properties and cause rock fracturing and increased safety, technical and economic risks. Geophysical exploration and monitoring technologies may help recognize potential risks. We invite papers that deal with all aspects of the characterization and the monitoring of rock mass properties in mines and tunnels, including active and passive seismic methods to look ahead of the tunnel face, to monitor stress changes, to characterize rock quality, or to characterize and monitor mine heaps.
More information about the workshop will follow shortly!
Check out our final Programme for the EAGE/DGG workshop here!
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> THE CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS NOW CLOSED.
|Call for Poster opens||21 November 2017|
|Registration opens||01 December 2017|
|Deadline Call for Poster||08 January 2018|
|Deadline Early Registration||15 January 2018|
|Deadline Late Registration||15 February 2018|
|EAGE/DGG Workshop||16 February 2018|
|Date||16 February 2018|
|Type of Event||Workshop|
Leoben is located on the river Mur in the central Styrian region of Austria. Sometimes known as the gateway to the Styrian Iron Road, the town has had much involvement in the mining industry and located in Leoben today is the Montanuniversitat which is a specialist mining university; furthermore Leoben hosts a miner’s parade and the Gosser Kirtag street fair which draw thousands of visitors.