|Current Flotation '15 sponsors|
Coffee and lunch breaks will take place in the exhibition/poster area, to provide as much exposure as possible for exhibitors and poster presentations. Twenty-two out of the 24 exhibit booths available have currently been reserved, so please book your booth without delay to give your organisation maximum exposure at the event.
|In the exhibit area at Flotation '13|
|Table Mountain viewed from the Vineyard conference centre|
|Happy hour in the Vineyard gardens|
|A very informal evening at Kirstenbosch|
Dean Eastbury, Executive Publisher for Chemical Engineering, Elsevier, UK
Kathryn Hadler, Grinding Solutions, UK and Associate Editor of International Journal of Mineral Processing
Pablo Brito-Parada, Imperial College, UK and Associate Editor of Minerals Engineering.
If you would like to join the workshop, please contact Dean Eastbury at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also prior to the conference Dr. Stephen Gay will be running a 3-day Simulation Course covering all aspects from basic data accumulation and analysis to advanced software development. Stephen will show how simulation can be used for plant optimisation, plant trouble shooting, feasibility studies and plant design. Importantly the course will give plant managers an approach by which they can obtain guidance on how to improve plant performance via reduced energy costs, and better recovery. Full details can be found here.
And for the adventurous, on the Friday afternoon after the conference Jon, Amanda and I will be leading our usual hike to the top of Table Mountain. Not to be missed if you are a fit regular hiker.
|Table Mountain with Flotation '13 delegates|
Registration forms are now available on the conference website.