AIG Victorian Minerals Round-up 2024

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AIG Victorian Minerals Round-up 2024



AIG Victorian Minerals Round-up 2024

Rocking the Future: The Resources needed to get us there.

Dates:    27-28th  June, 2024 – Conference – Ballarat Goods Shed
Dates:    plus  26th June, 2024 – workshops, tours and events program

 

Geosciences’ role in the future is both spectacular and daunting! From dominating the export economy to navigating the fast-changing demands to support transition, and the expectations of more effective and more sustainable techniques, technology and research, geosciences are essential. Resources – geological, human, scientific, services – and their pathway forward are the key to understanding how Victoria will contribute to the demands on geosciences going forward.

AIG’s Victorian minerals Round-up conference – a highlight in the Victorian geoscience calendar – digs the dirt on Victoria’s geoscience sector:

  • showcasing technical updates on emerging and established Victorian projects and commodities,
  • providing insights into best practice, research and technology,
  • highlighting the resources required to deliver Victorias resource future, and
  • bringing the rocks along – with a significant core display of Victorian projects.

The AIG Round-up 2024 will include a day of workshops and geo-events on the day prior to the conference, an unparalleled opportunity to network with the geoscientists who are Rocking Victoria’s Future.

                          


Core Display

There is nothing that beats drill core for understanding the details of a project. We’re open to suggestions, email vic@aig.org.au.

Courses

With an expanded venue in 2024, we’re looking forward to building on the success of the pre-conference courses, tours and events. Good ideas are very welcome, email vic@aig.org.au.

Student posters

Providing a platform for students to present Victoria-relevant research to the Victoria geoscience community is an important engagement opportunity. Email vic@aig.org.au.

Student and Graduate support

There is a bursary program for AIG students and AIG graduates to attend Round-up24. Email vic@aig.org.au.

Sponsors and Booths

We can’t run the Round-up without the strong support of our sponsors. We’re always happy to discuss partnerships and sponsorships. Email vic@aig.org.au.


 Presentations

Victoria-focussed and Victoria-relevant presentations are all we do. Nominate key projects, products and papers – yours or others – for a presentation opportunity, email vic@aig.org.au.


Registration

Early bird pricing until Friday 31st May

CONFERENCE – DAY 1 or DAY 2
AIG Members – $195
Other accepted professional membership – $195
Non-members – $225
Unemployed / Retired geoscientists – $140
Students – $60

CONFERENCE – BOTH DAYS
AIG/AusIMM members – $320
Non-members – $400
Unemployed / Retired geoscientists – $240
Students – $120

Normal pricing after Friday, 31st May

CONFERENCE – DAY 1 or DAY 2
AIG Members – $215
Other accepted professional membership – $215
Non-members – $250
Unemployed / Retired geoscientists – $140
Students – $60

CONFERENCE – BOTH DAYS
AIG/AusIMM members – $355
Non-members – $440
Unemployed / Retired geoscientists – $240
Students – $120

Short Courses
Certified handheld XRF Safety and Basic User training course, with an introduction to handheld LIBS. Simon Bailey – Sciapps ($68.20)
Exploration Management course – half day ($330.00)
Exploration geophysics – Victorian case studies and technical – tbd/tbc

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HAPPY HOUR SPONSOR

 

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DOOR PRIZE

                       


2023 presentations and program

Want a better feel for the conference?

Here’s a link to last years’ presentations:              2023 Round-up presentations 
Here’s a link to last years’ program:                       2023 Round-up program