GDMB Gesellschaft der Metallurgen und Bergleute e.V. (short: GDMB) is THE platform for experts of the non-ferrous industry in the German-speaking market and fosters the technical-scientific knowledge exchange among metallurgists and miners of industry, science and administration. Instruments are technical committees and dedicated seminars, the largest conference for non-ferrous metallurgists in Europe - the European Metallurgical Conference (EMC) and specialist journals, namely World of Mining - Surface & Underground and World of Metallurgy - ERZMETALL. With all its instruments, GDMB contributes to the harmonization of depth of integration of technical, processual or organizational solutions for major contemporary challenges.
The GeoResources publishing house supplies technical visitors from all over the world with information on all aspects of the subjects of GeoResources – work in soil and rock, extraction of raw materials, mining, tunneling and geotechnical subjects. The news are distributed in English and German via the online portal www.georesources.net. In addition the portal offers English and German online journals with articles dealing with new developments, interesting projects and basic themes. The journals are available as printed versions as well. The GeoResources editorial team has long-term technical and editorial expertise. The GeoResources publishing house collaborates with professional technical translators.
Contact Person Editorial:
Dr.-Ing. M.A. Katrin Brummermann (Chief Editor)
Phone: +49 151/70 888 162
Dipl.-Ing. Manfred König (Editor and Chief Editor)
Phone: +49 172/244 1616
International Mining (IM) is a global publication covering mining and minerals processing technology, methods, equipment and services. Read principally by the mining industry itself, it helps extractive operations, both surface and underground, keep abreast of the latest innovations and solutions to help them lower costs, increase performance and availability, enhance safety and of course maximise production. This includes everything from better maintenance and site audits, through to autonomy and digitalisation. From juniors through to the largest mining groups with multiple locations, mine managers know they can rely on IM to keep them in the know.
2 Claridge Court
Lower Kings Road
The Mining Industry Professionals Network Forum is the new and fastest growing Mining related community in the world and the industry's only spam-free, independent curated Forum for intelligent conversations with mining thought leaders. Professionals in and serving the mining industry worldwide are invited to join the Mining Industry Professionals Network.
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Mining Report Glückauf is one of the leading technical and scientific journals for mining, raw materials and energy. Containing industry surveys and studies, and in-depth reports on mines, mining companies, mining regions, issues and key technical trends, Mining Report Glückauf primarily aims at key decision makers in the mining industry and mining administration. In addition, Mining Report Glückauf is available at administrative authorities, municipalities, research and testing institutions as well as at universities. Mining Report Glückauf is regularly published in English and German and with special issues in Russian and Chinese. The Mining Report Glückauf is distributed at international key events and exhibitions worldwide.
The main topics dealt with in Mining Report Glückauf are:
- Mining: Planning, development, operation and decommissioning of mines below and above ground.
- Post-mining: Land recycling, land reclamation, water retention, reuse.
- Raw materials: Exploitation of raw materials (coal, ore, salts, rare earth, natural stone, gravel and sand).
- Energy: Energy policies, energy sector, energy feedstocks, energy supply.
- Work safety, occupational health and safety, environmental protection in the mining industry.
All Mining Report Glückauf articles can also be found online at www.mining-report.com.
Branchenverband Steinkohle und Nachbergbau e.V.
Im Welterbe 8
Web: www.bsnev.de (German)
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas-Peter Sitte
Phone: +49 162/9490043
The RDB e.V. is the association of engineers, technicians and managers in all branches of mining, in wide areas of the raw materials industry and processing in surface and underground mining, in authorities, planning offices and institutes, in technical colleges, technical colleges and universities.
The RDB e.V. stands for:
- professional training in technical, scientific and socio-political areas
- Exchange of experience in applied techniques and working methods
- Safeguarding the interests of the profession
The RDB e.V. is committed to:
- Maintaining and preserving mining traditions
- Preservation and promotion of mining camaraderie
The RDB e.V. offers:
- free subscription to the bi-monthly trade journal "bergbau"
The RDB e.V. promotes:
- Legal protection and counselling in legal issues arising from the employment relationship or social security provision
Ring Deutscher Bergingenieure
Phone: +49 201/232238
Web: www.rdb-ev.de (German)
Phone: +49 201/228997