Rather belatedly, due to travelling back to UK, here is Amanda's report on the final day of MEC 2014:
Thursday 18th September
This morning started with a poster session which lasted an hour, followed by a return to parallel sessions; one on mineral processing and one on the physicochemical aspects of mineral processing. I'll hold my hands up and admit that I didn't attend either session as I was busy writing the blog, but Kwang-Suk You, of the Korean Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, won 'outstanding presentation of the session' for his paper on “Phase transformation of coal gangue with the addition of Na2CO3 during combustion” and Radoslav Plackowski, of Poznan University of Technology, won in his session with “Transport metali przez polimerowe membrany inkluzyjne wykorzystaniu 1-decylo-1,2,4-triazolu jako przenosnika”, which roughly translates (thank you Google translate) as “Transport of metals by the use of polymeric membranes inclusion of 1- decyl- 1,2,4- triazole as a conveyor belt”.
|Marcin Lutynski closes the conference|
|Hylke Glass and C.K. Asani|
Then there was nothing left to do except say our goodbyes and board the minibus back to Gwilice.
|Zhihai Luo, Haldun Kurama, Emre Altun, Hylke Glass, Olof Forsen|