The MIREU Regional Kick-Off Conference for the Region of Saxony, Germany, will take place in Dresden on 1st March 2018.

The conference is supported by the Saxon State Ministry of Economy and Labor, all Saxon Chambers of Commerce, raw material associations and the Helmholtz Freiberg Institute of Resource Technology, thus displaying the three stakeholder columns of the raw material and metallurgy sectors: administration, industry and research in Saxony.

The programme provides an overview of selected Saxon mining and metallurgy activities, of which most will be presented by members from the Freiberg Geocompetence Centre (GKZ), following the aim of the MIREU project. This also includes a presentation on the status quo of the Social Licence to Operate and acceptance in Saxony, as an important industrial and social indicator, with latest studies being carried out by the GKZ working group “Acceptance”. A keynote speech will be given by Minister Martin Dulig from the Saxon State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport. 

Michael Tost from Montanuniversität Leoben will give an introduction into the potentials of existing and future collaborations between Saxony and Austria in the field of mining and metallurgy. 

In the last part of the conference, there will be a stakeholder dialogue with the audience where ideas and suggestions will be shared.

Please find attached the full programme for the conference together with instructions on how to register. Note that the language of the conference is German. 

Event Location: 
Hotel Kempinski, Taschenberg 3,
01067 Dresden
Germany
Supporting Documents: 
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 776811 — H2020-SC5-2017.