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Recommended Conferences for Minerals


As per available reports on Minerals 5 Relevant journals, 217 Conference proceedings (i.e Smart Materials, Automobile Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Biometrics, Materials Science) are presently dedicated exclusively to Minerals and about 88 Open access articles are being published With 1 workshops and 86 National Symposiums.

Minerals are solid homogenous chemical elements that occur naturally in certain foods and that is important for good health. Also, these are substances that are naturally formed underground like quartz, coal, petroleum, salt, etc. It is unique in relation to a rock, which might be a total of minerals or non-minerals and does not have a particular concoction structure. The careful meaning of a mineral is under civil argument, particularly concerning the necessity a legitimate animal varieties be biogenic, and to a lesser degree with respect to it having a requested nuclear structure. The investigation of minerals is called mineralogy.

There are in excess of 4,900 known mineral species; in excess of 4,660 of these have been sanction by the International Mineralogical Association (IMA). The silicate minerals make in excess of 90% out of the Earth's covering. The differing qualities and wealth of mineral species is controlled by the Earth's science. Silicon and oxygen constitute pretty nearly 75% of the Earth's covering, which makes an interpretation of specifically into the power of silicate minerals. Minerals are recognized by different substance and physical properties. Contrasts in concoction piece and precious stone structure distinguish different species, and these properties thus are impacted by the mineral's land surroundings of arrangement. Changes in the temperature, weight, and mass structure of a rock mass reason changes in its mineralogy; in any case, a rock can keep up its mass arrangement, yet as long as temperature and weight transform, its mineralogy can change too.

Minerals might be portrayed by different physical properties which identify with their compound structure and piece. Regular recognizing attributes incorporate precious stone structure and propensity, hardness, gloss, diaphaneity, shade, streak, steadiness, cleavage, break, separating, and specific gravity. More particular tests for minerals incorporate response to corrosive, attraction, taste or emanation, and radioactivity.

Minerals are characterized by key compound constituents; the two overwhelming frameworks are the Dana arrangement and the Strung grouping. The silicate class of minerals is subdivided into six subclasses by the level of polymerization in the substance structure. All silicate minerals have a base unit of a [sio4]4- silica tetrahedra—that is, a silicon cation composed by four oxygen anions, which gives the state of a tetrahedron. These tetrahedra could be polymerized to give the subclasses: orthosilicates (no polymerization, in this way single tetrahedra), disilicates (two tetrahedra fortified together), cyclosilicates (rings of tetrahedra), inosilicates (chains of tetrahedra), phyllosilicates (sheets of tetrahedra), and tectosilicates (three-dimensional system of tetrahedra). Other critical mineral gatherings incorporate the local components, sulfides, oxides, halides, carbonates, sulfates, and phosphates. Mineral arrangement plans and their definitions are developing to match late advances in mineral science. Late changes have incorporated the expansion of a natural class, in both the new Dana and the Strunz characterization plans. The natural class incorporates an extremely uncommon gathering of minerals with hydrocarbons. The IMA Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names as of late embraced (in 2009) a various leveled plan for the naming and order of mineral gatherings and gathering names and created seven commissions and four working gatherings to audit and group minerals into an authority posting of their distributed names. As per these new runs, "mineral species could be assembled in various diverse routes, on the premise of science, gem structure, event, affiliation, hereditary history, or asset, for instance, contingent upon the reason to be served by the order."

Mineral framing microorganisms occupy the ranges that this working gathering arrangements with. These living beings exist on almost every rock, soil, and molecule surface traversing the globe arriving at profundities at 1600 meters underneath the ocean bottom (conceivably further) and 70 kilometers into the stratosphere (perhaps entering the mesosphere). Scientists and geologists have as of late begun to research and like the size of mineral geoengineering that these animals are able to do.

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Mineral classification schemes and their definitions are evolving to match recent advances in mineral science. Recent changes have included the addition of an organic class, in both the new Dana and the Strunz classification schemes. The organic class includes a very rare group of minerals with hydrocarbons. The IMA Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names adopted in 2009 a hierarchical scheme for the naming and classification of mineral groups and group names and established seven commissions and four working groups to review and classify minerals into an official listing of their published names. According to these new rules, "mineral species can be grouped in a number of different ways, on the basis of chemistry, crystal structure, occurrence, association, genetic history, or resource, for example, depending on the purpose to be served by the classification."

The Nickel (1995) exclusion of biogenic substances was not universally adhered to. For example, Lowenstam (1981) stated that "organisms are capable of forming a diverse array of minerals, some of which cannot be formed inorganically in the biosphere."The distinction is a matter of classification and less to do with the constituents of the minerals themselves. Skinner (2005) views all solids as potential minerals and includes biominerals in the mineral kingdom, which are those that are created by the metabolic activities of organisms. Skinner expanded the previous definition of a mineral to classify "element or compound, amorphous or crystalline, formed through biogeochemical processes," as a mineral

Market Analysis

According to a new technical market research report, Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets from BCC Research (, the global market for remote sensing products is expected to reach $7.6 billion in 2013 and grow to $8.1 billion in 2014. BCC Research projects the market to reach $12.1 billion in 2019, and register a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.2%.


Originally developed for military and intelligence-gathering applications, remote sensing technology makes it possible to examine objects and phenomena using only the target’s emitted or reflected radiation. Today, remote sensors have applications in fields as varied as archeology, border monitoring, hydrology and freshwater resources, oil and mineral exploration, and urban and suburban planning. In this 39-country national-level analysis, BCC Research examines the market for remote sensing products from the perspective of their 20 end-user markets, the 10 general types of remote-sensing instruments, and the four types of remote sensing platforms.

Since BCC Research’s last study in 2011, several significant events have influenced the demand for information products created from remote sensed data. For example, in the U.S., Congress mandated the opening of the skies to pilotless “drone” aircraft, which is anticipated to radically change the economics for creating remote sensing products from instrumentation operating from airborne platforms. Consequently, the ability to acquire a complete unmanned aerial system (UAS) for what is presently the cost of conducting one mission with a manned aircraft will also reduce the cost of data acquisition.

List of Best International Conferences

1.      2nd Smart Materials and Structures Conference

         February 29-March 02, 2016-Philadelphia, USA

2.      4th Wireless Communication and Network Conference

         September 21-23, 2015-Baltimore, USA

3.      2nd Ceramics and Composite Materials Conference

         July 25-27, 2016-Berlin, Germany

4.      2nd Industrial Engineering Conference

         November 16-18, 2015-Dubai, UAE

5.      Design and Production Engineering Conference 

         July 25-26, 2016-Berlin, Germany

6.      5th Mesoscopic and Condensed Matter Physics Conference

          October 27-29, 2016 Chicago, USA

7.       Electronics and Electrical Engineering Conference

         November 03-05, 2015-Valencia, Spain

8.      3rd Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Conference

         October 05-07, 2015-San Francisco, USA

9.     Polymer Chemistry Conference

         November 14-16, 2016-Atlanta, USA

10.    5th Nanotek Conference

       November 16-18, 2015-San Antonio, USA

11.    2nd Automobile Engineering Conference

         July 11-12, 2016-Cologne, Germany

12.    Biometrics and Biostatistics Conference

         November 16-18, 2015-San Antonio, USA

13.    2nd Biomedical Engineering Conference

         November 30-December 02, 2015-San Antonio, USA

14.     Wind Energy Conference

         July 28-30, 2016-Berlin, Germany

15.     Construction and Steel Structure Conference

         November 16-18, 2015-Dubai, UAE

16.     4th Materials Science and Engineering Conference

          September 14-16, 2015-Florida, USA

17.     10th Heavy Minerals Conference 2016

          16–18 August 2016-Sun City, South Africa

18.     Global Minerals Industry Risk Management

           07 - 11 Sep 2015-Hobart, Australia

19.     9th International Symposium on Field Measurements in Geomechanics

          09 - 11 Sep 2015-New South Wales, Australia

20.     10th International Seminar on Mine Equipment Maintenance

          09 - 11 Sep 2015-Santiago, Chile

21.     Technology and Innovation in Mining 2015

          10 - 11 Sep 2015-Toronto, Canada

Relevant Society and Associations

  1. Alabama Mineral & Lapidary Society (Birmingham)
  2. Dothan Gem & Mineral Club
  3. Huntsville Gem & Mineral Society
  4. Mobile Rock & Gem Society
  5. Montgomery Gem & Mineral Society
  6. Flagstaff Gem & Mineral Society
  7. Lake Havasu Gem & Mineral Society (Lake Havasu City)
  8. Mineralogical Society of Arizona (Phoenix)
  9. Mingus Gem & Mineral Club (Cottonwood)
  10. Mohave County Gemstoners (Kingman)
  11. Oak Creek Gem & Mineral Society (Sedona)
  12. Old Pueblo Lapidary Club (Tucson)
  13. Prescott Gem & Mineral Club (Prescott Valley)
  14. Sedona Gem & Mineral Club
  15. Sunsites Gem and Mineral Club (Pearce)
  16. Tucson Gem and Mineral Society
  17. White Mountain Gem & Mineral Club (Show Low)
  18. Ada Gem, Mineral and Fossil Club
  19. Central Arkansas Gem, Mineral and Geology Society (Little Rock)
  20. Northwest Arkansas Gem & Mineral Society (Siloam Springs)
  21. Ozark Earth Science Gem, Mineral & Fossil Club (Mountain Home)


  1. Aecon
  2. AIG
  3. AK Coal Resources
  4. Alabama Coal Association
  5. Alaska Miners Association
  6. Alden Resources, LLC
  7. Alexander Proudfoot
  8. Alliance Coal, LLC
  9. Alpha Engineering Services
  10. Alpha Natural Resources, LLC
  11. American Coal Council
  12. American Exploration & Mining Association
  13. American Mining Insurance Company
  14. Anglo American Exploration (USA) Inc.
  15. Ansul Incorporated
  16. Antraquip Corporation
  17. ArcelorMittal
  18. Arch Coal, Inc.
  19. Arizona Mining Association
  20. Atlas Copco
  21. AUC LLC
  22. Austin Powder Company

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