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Lithium and Battery Metals Digital Conference 2020

Submission deadline extended!

Final chance to submit an abstract – submission deadline extended!

There is still time to submit an abstract for our Lithium and Battery Metals Digital Conference.

Contribute to this vital industry event by sharing your work on the latest research, developments and innovative technologies relating to Lithium and its expanding market.

While the conference will now be delivered virtually, the benefits of presenting will still be the same as you would expect to receive via our face to face conferences.

Gain peer recognition and increase your exposure as an expert in the battery metals sector, claim up to 10 PD hours, have your abstract published in the conference proceedings and collaborate with other authors, researchers and practitioners, are just some of the exciting benefits of presenting at an AusIMM event.

The conference is calling for abstracts on the following topics:

  • Investment, risk and economics
  • Exploration and Geology
  • Mineralogy, Hard Rocks vs Brines vs Other
  • Metallurgy and processing
  • Downstream Processing
  • Batteries and Capacitors for energy storage
  • Battery metals (nickel, cobalt and other)
  • Recycling, environmental and safety
  • Data Science

For more information on submitting an abstract click here.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS CLOSE 26 MAY 2020

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