Mine Seismology Workshop 2017 – Kalgoorlie, Australia
Lectures, seismological consultations and training in Ticker3D: 7 – 8 September 2017
The annual IMS Mine Seismology Workshop will be held on the 7th and 8th of September 2017 at the WMC Conference Centre, Kalgoorlie. Note that this event is scheduled to take place after the Western Australia Ground Control Group meeting that will be held in Kalgoorlie on the 6th of September.
The management of seismic hazard is gaining an increased interest in the mining industry. We have dedicated the first half of day 1 to the assessment of seismic hazard and the establishment of re-entry protocols. We have invited other organisations that are doing research and development in this area to participate. Two time slots are reserved on the programme for these presentations.
During the second half of day 1, we will present various advanced methods for the analysis of data recorded by seismic systems.
You are welcome to discuss seismological problems with IMS specialists during the free consultancy hours on day 2. Software training in IMS Ticker3D will be provided in parallel.
The latest programme of the workshop may be found here.
The workshop will be held at the WMC Conference Centre.
Address: 44 MacDonald St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430
Day 1: AU$300.00
Day 2: AU$150.00
To register for the 2017 Seismology Workshop, follow the registration process.
Mini-Seminar 2017 – Stellenbosch, South Africa
IMS Mini-Seminar: 2 October 2017
Following the successful 27th annual IMS Seminar held in Sudbury in May 2017, the Institute of Mine Seismology will hold another Mini-Seminar on Microseismic Monitoring in Mines in Stellenbosch in October. This is an opportunity for regional and international users, practitioners and researchers to meet and discuss the latest seismological analysis techniques and technology.
The event dovetails with AfriRock 2017 (ISRM Symposium “Rock Mechanics for Africa”) to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC): the IMS Mini-Seminar takes place on 2 October, while the AfriRock 2017 technical sessions take place 3 – 5 October. Transport to and from the CTICC can be arranged (depending on demand).
The main topics will be:
- passive and active seismic monitoring
- long, intermediate and short term seismic hazard
- integration of numerical modelling with seismic data
- case studies
The programme of the 2017 Stellenbosch IMS Mini-Seminar is currently being compiled and will be available soon.
The Mini-Seminar will be held at De Zalze Lodge.
GPS coordinates: 33° 58′ 13.66″ S | 18° 50′ 09.55″ E
R 500.00 (excl. VAT) registration fee.
Additional charge for transport to/from the CTICC.
Registration for the 2017 IMS Mini-Seminar will open soon.
Seats are limited to 50 delegates.
28th Mine Seismology Seminar – Somerset West, South Africa
IMS Seminar and Training Courses: 13 – 18 May 2018
The Institute of Mine Seismology will hold the 28th annual Seminar on Microseismic Monitoring in Mines in Somerset West, South Africa in May 2018. The two-day Seminar will take place on 14 – 15 May 2018, while pre- and post-Seminar training courses will be held on 13 May 2018 and 16 – 18 May 2018.
This is an opportunity for users, practitioners and researchers in the field of mine seismology to meet and discuss the latest seismological analysis techniques and technology. The main objective is to present the latest work in assessing long, intermediate and short term seismic hazard, on passive and active seismic monitoring and in integration of numerical modelling with seismic data.
The first announcement of the 28th Mine Seismology Seminar may be found here.
The Seminar will be held at The Lord Charles Hotel.
GPS coordinates: 34° 03′ 59.10″ S | 18° 49′ 28.21″ E
Registration for the 2018 IMS Seminar will open soon.