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【9.11--17】第七届亚洲流体包裹体国际会议(ACROFI VII)(第二号通知)
2018-07-18 | 作者:矿产室 | 【 】【打印】【关闭

 

Asian Current Research on Fluid Inclusions VII 
(ACROFI VII)   

 Biennial Meeting of Fluid and Melt Inclusion Researchers 

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT 

        

Hosted and Organized by the
Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 

    

September 11-17, 2018
Beijing, China 

    

ACROFI, abbreviation of the Asian Current Research on Fluid Inclusions, is a parallel of ECROFI and PACROFI. ACROFI was designed as a biennial conference and aimed at providing an international forum for the exchange of latest researchers and new ideas of geoscientists from academy, universities, government and industry from Asian countries and other nations focusing on studies of both fluid and melt inclusions. 

The 7th conference of ACROFI, honorably supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, will be held during September 11-17, 2018, at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IGGCAS), Beijing, China. 

 

Organizer 

Key Laboratory of Mineral Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences 
Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
State Key Laboratory for Mineral Deposits Research, Nanjing University 
Chinese Society for Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry 
International Mineralogical Association 

 

Academic Committee 

Ronald J. Bakker (University of Leoben, Austria) 
Kingsley Burlinson (Burlinson Geochemical Services Pty. Ltd., Australia) 
Robert J. Bodnar (Virginia Polytechnic Institute, USA) 
Alexander Borisenko (Institute of Geology, SB RAS, Russia) 
Guoxiang Chi (University of Regina, Canada) 
Seon-Gyu Choi (Korea University, Korea) 
I-Ming Chou (U.S. Geological Survey, USA) 
Benedetto De Vivo (University of Napoli Federico II, Italy) 
Jean Dubessy (University of Lorraine, France) 
Hongrui Fan (IGGCAS, China) 
Maria Luce Frezzotti (Univerity of Milan, Italy) 
Bin Fu (Australian National University, Australia) 
Christoph A. Heinrich (Inst. für Geochemie und Petrologie, ETH, Switzerland) 
Xiaodong Liu (East China University of Technology, China) 
Huanzhang Lu (University of Quebec, Canada) 
John Mavrogenes (Australian National University, Australian) 
Terry Mernagh (Geoscience Australia, Canberra, Australia) 
Vladimir Naumov (Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) 
Pei Ni (Nanjing University, China) 
Hecai Niu (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) 
H S Pandalai (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India) 
M K Panigrahi (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India) 
Andrew H Rankin (Kingston University, UK) 
Sergey Smirmov (Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography, SB RAS, Russia) 
Rainer Thomas (GeoForschungs Zentrum Potsdam, Germany) 
Anatoly Tomilenko (Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography, SB RAS, Russia) 
T Tsunogae (University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan) 
Thomas Ulrich (Aarhus University, Denmark) 
Jiuhua Xu (University of Science and Technology, China) 

 

Organizing Committee 

Chairman 
  Hongrui Fan (IGGCAS, China) 

Vice Chairman 
  Pei Ni (Nanjing University, China) 
  Kezhang Qin (IGGCAS, China) 
  Zhicheng Lv (Chinese geological survey, China) 

Member 
  Kingsley Burlinson (Burlinson Geochemical Services Pty. Ltd., Australia) 
  Yachun Cai (IGGCAS, China) 
  Jianguo Che (IGGCAS, China) 
  Hui Chen (Chinese geological survey, China) 
  Junying Ding (Nanjing University, China) 
  Fangfang Hu (IGGCAS, China) 
  Xiaodong Liu (East China University of Technology, China) 
  Terry Mernagh (Geoscience Australia, Australia) 
  Hecai Niu (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) 
  H S Pandalai (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India) 
  M K Panigrahi (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India) 
  Guoguang Wang (Nanjing University, China) 
  Sergey Smirmov (Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography SB RAS, Russia) 
  Jiuhua Xu (University of Science and Technology, China) 
  Yiming Zhang (IGGCAS, China) 
  Dongying Zhu (IGGCAS, China) 

Secretary 
  Dr. Yachun Cai (IGGCAS, Beijing, China, 100029) 
  Dr. Zhengjie Qiu (IGGCAS, Beijing, China, 100029) 

 

Conference Themes 
  - Magmatic melts and fluids 
  - Metamorphic fluids 
  - Subsurface and basinal fluids 
  - Fluid and melt inclusions associated with ore deposits and mineral exploration 
  - New developments and techniques for the study of fluid and melt inclusions 
  - Phase equilibrium and modeling of fluid and melt systems 
  - Novel fields of fluid inclusion research 

    

Important Dates 
  July 17th, 2018, release of the Second Announcement 
  July 31st, 2018, deadline for submitting registration form 
  July 31st, 2018, deadline for abstract submission 
  August 31st, 2018, release of the Third Announcement 
  September 11th-14th, 2018, pre-conference field trip 
  September 14th, 2018, registration and information desk opening (9:00-18:00) 
  September 15th-17th, 2018, conference presentations 

    

Pre-conference field trip 

  Jiguanshan porphyry Mo deposit and Chaihulanzi lode Au deposit in the Chifeng city, North China 

  Brief introduction: 

  The Jiguanshan Mo deposit (100Mt Mo @0.08%), located about 35 km NE of Chifeng city in the Xilamulun metallogenic belt, is a classic example of high-F porphyry Mo mineralization, hosted by granitic porphyry, and minor in lithic tuff and rhyolitic rocks. 

  The Chaihulanzi gold deposit is located ~40 km west of Chifeng City. It is one of three major gold deposits (Honghuagou, Lianhuashan, and Chaihulanzi) occurring in the western part of the Chifeng-Beipiao gold-concentration region. The mineralizing zone is approximately 700 m in strike length, and obtained a proven reserve of 10t Au metal with average ~5 g/t gold. 

  Participants will have an opportunity to observe mineralization, alteration, structure and wallrocks. 

  Fieldwork agenda: 
  2018-9-11, Leaving Beijing to Chifeng City, Inner Mogolian by bus, about 400km. 
  2018-9-12, Visiting Jiguanshan Mo deposit. 
  2018-9-13, Visit Chaihulanzi Au deposit. 
  2018-9-14, Leaving Chifeng City back to Beijing. 
  The fieldtrip fee can be paid in the morning of July 11. Expected all expenses (traffic, accommodation and foods) for the fieldtrip: 
  US $ 400 or RMB ¥ 2600, Accompany person US $ 200 or RMB ¥1300. 

    

Conference communication type 

  Invited speakers (25 min report + 5 min for questions),  
  Normal oral presentations (15 min report + 5 min for questions) 
  Poster presentations (120 cm long × 90 cm wide) 
  Each presenter can display 1-2 posters 

    

Abstract format 

  The text should be written as Arial regular font size 10. Your abstract should fit into one column and can be a maximum of two pages. Note that the formatted page length is Letter 8.5” x 11” (do not submit your abstract as A4). Any figures or tables that you include must also fit within the page margins of this template. We reserve the right to eliminate text and/or figures to properly format your abstract to the required two page 8.5” x 11” format, and to edit the abstract for grammar. Any references must also fit into the two page format. Please do not use any headers (i.e., do not use Introduction, Background, etc.; these waste space). References should be provided as shown in the example. 

  Abstracts must be submitted as Word files not exceeding 10 MB in size. Please name your file according to the following convention: lastname_initial_abstract.doc and then e-mail your abstract to acrofi7@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. 

    

Conference registration fees and payment methods 

  US $300 for foreign participants; US $200 for foreign students; RMB ¥1800 for Chinese participants; RMB ¥1200 for Chinese students. 

  Registration fee can be paid during registration and information desk opening time on July 14 before welcome Ice-Breaker. The fee is inclusive of volume of abstracts, welcome Ice-Breaker, working lunch and dinner, refreshments during coffee breaks, and conference banquet. 

  Note: Students need to show a current student ID when they register, and post-doctor no longer have a student identity. 

    

Accommodation 

  Hotels (to be booked directly by participant or ask organizer to book by e-mail): 
  · Yuanchenxin International Hotel (0.5 km): US$100-120/day 
  · Beijing Foreign Experts Building (0.8 km): ~US$100/day 
  · Holiday Inn Express Beijing Minzuyuan Hotel (0.6 km): ~US$100/day 
  · Grand Hotel Yuanshan (0.6 km): US$80-100/day 
  · Aden Business Hotel (0.8 km): US$70-90/day 

    

  Please see the following website for the introduction and abstract template of this conference:  
        http://2018-acrofi.csp.escience.cn/

 
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