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Presenters must register before March 27, 2020 in order to guarantee the presenter's place in the program schedule. A preferential registration fee is set for authors/presenters. Registration may be completed online here.
An LCD projector and a computer will be available in each meeting room. Please contact Chantal Murphy before March 27, 2020 if special audio-visual equipment is required.
Technical paper (not mandatory) or Powerpoint presentations must be submitted online before May 3, 2020. Powerpoint presentations uploaded on the website will not be used for onsite presentation as we understand they change until the last minute.
If you submit a technical paper, you must complete the copyright form and email it to CIM by May 3, 2020.
Presenters must attend the meeting on the day of their presentations in the room where they present – in order to upload their presentation in the computer and to meet with their session chair and align. We will not use the Power Point presentation uploaded in the system.
|Monday AM Presenters||from 10:00 to 10:30|
|Monday PM Presenters||from 13:30 to 14:00|
|Tuesday and Wednesday AM Presenters||from 9:15 to 9:45|
|Tuesday and Wednesday PM Presenters||from 13:30 to 14:00|
Certificates of attendance will be available online after the event. Please self-scan your badge at the entrance of the technical program rooms as it is the only way to obtain your certificate.
For any other information, presenters may contact either their session chairperson or the CIM Convention Coordinator, Chantal Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org
The CIM Academy is a major educational platform where all CIM content is available and structured and where viewers are able to obtain a personalized certificate of completion on each presentation viewed as long as they fill out the evaluation form after viewing the complete lecture.
The access is restricted to members. However, others will be able to purchase an access to the complete webcast of the events.
The well-being of our industry is vital to our future and we take our strategic role of connecting and furthering the knowledge of our minerals and metals community seriously.