Upcoming SEG Conferences

All SEG Conferences are held in September or October. We hope to see you there so mark your calendars and plan accordingly.

SEG 2019

South American Metallogeny: Sierra to Craton

Santiago, Chile
October 7-10, 2019
SEG 2019 in Santiago, Chile

SEG 2020

Grand Challenges — Celebrating a Century of Discovery

Whistler, BC, Canada
September 9-15, 2020
SEG 2020 in Whistler, BC, Canada

2018 Events
November 27-30
Title: SEG-WMS Senior Exploration Management Short Course
Location: SEG Course Center | Littleton, CO, USA
Website: Register Online

 This highly rated four-day training course concerns the principles and practices of effective mineral exploration management. The curriculum covers the broad spectrum of technical and business issues that senior exploration managers typically face.

Early Registration Deadline: November 12, 2018

Hotel Information

December 1-7
Title: Porphyry Systems of Northern Chile: Antofagasta to Calama
Location: Antofagasta, Chile




December 3-7
Title: AEMA 2018 Annual Meeting
Location: Spokane, WA, USA


2019 Events
January 3-7
Title: Geology of Hydrothermal Ore Deposits Modular Course
Location: Colorado School of Mines | Golden, CO USA

 The SEG sponsored event is for graduate students and professionals in industry and academia who want to improve their understanding of the geology and genesis of hydrothermal ore deposits. This modular course will provide a comprehensive overview of the geology, geochemistry, mineralogy, alteration, structure, and exploration approaches for epithermal deposits, orogenic gold deposits, porphyry and skarn deposits, sediment-hosted Pb-Zn deposits, and volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits.

Presenters: Zhaoshan Chang, Richard Goldfarb, Jeff Hedenquist, David Leach, Thomas Monecke


February 2-3
Title: Orogenic Gold in Africa and Worldwide Short Course
Location: University of Cape Town | Rondebosch, South Africa
Website: Register Online

 This two-day course will be held the weekend prior to the Mining Indaba meeting and will focus on the geology of and exploration for orogenic gold deposits, the most widespread type of gold deposit globally. Leading experts will provide descriptions of the most important Precambrian and Phanerozoic examples of orogenic gold ores formed in the world's young accretionary orogens and old cratonic greenstone belts. Topics to be covered include tectonic and structural controls, geological characteristics, geochemical and geophysical signatures, geochronological relationships, and exploration strategies.

Presenters: Bob Foster, Rich Goldfarb

Early Registration Deadline: January 15, 2019