The Exhibit Hall at AME Roundup is a great opportunity for conference attendees to interact with a broad cross-section of companies working in the mineral exploration and development sector.
AME is the lead association for the mineral exploration and development industry based in British Columbia. It hosts more than 6,000 people from 44 countries annually for AME Roundup for its technical program, exhibit hall and networking events.
Call for Submissions
Do you have a suggestion for a technical talk or a short course? Click the links below to submit your ideas to the AME Roundup committee for their consideration. Technical Talk Topic Submissions for technical talks are now closed. Short Courses Submissions for short courses are now closed. We thank… Read More
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Core Shack Applications
The Core Shack showcases recent discoveries, leading prospects, advanced projects and operating mines from around the world. Core Shack 2023 will feature drill core samples from projects in diverse countries and settings representing a broad array of deposit types and project stages.
Project Generators’ Hub Applications
The Project Generators’ Hub will feature companies specializing in generating exploration ideas and turning them into active projects. These’ Project Generators’ typically maintain a portfolio of projects that can be advanced by creating joint-venture partnerships with other companies.
Prospectors’ Tent Applications
The Prospectors’ Tent provides an opportunity for independent prospectors to present new discoveries. Participants will have space to display grab samples, maps, assay results and other information to delegates.
Poster Session Applications
The Poster Session is Canada’s premier venue for dissemination and examination of applied mineral deposit and exploration geoscience research. Hosting presenters from leading government, academic and industry research organizations, the Poster Session facilitates the sharing of pioneering work on the genesis and distribution of mineral resources throughout Canada, and beyond. The Poster Session also enjoys participation from graduate students working at universities across Canada and around the world, and AME is proud to promote the excellent work being done by the mineral deposit community.
Critical to Our Future: Youth Speaker Competition
The Critical to Our Future Youth Speaker Competition will amplify the voices, views and concerns of young people on the subject of finding and developing the mineral and metal resources necessary to address global challenges: the resources that will ignite global supply chains, drive innovation and technological transformations, power new energy solutions and help achieve a low-carbon future.
This competition provides a platform for young people to have their say about sustainable mineral development in their own words and influence the future of the industry.