Statement about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the HiTeMP-2 Forum

The HiTeMP-2 Forum is scheduled to take place, as planned, from 16-18 March, at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.

The University of Adelaide is continuing to monitor developments related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and potential impact on global travel to Adelaide to attend HiTeMP-2.

If there becomes a need to postpone this event, all registered meeting attendees, speakers and chairs will be notified immediately and a notice will be posted on the HiTeMP-2 website.

Updates about the University of Adelaide's action on COVID-19 are being provided daily and are available at https://www.adelaide.edu.au/newsroom/covid-19

Livestreaming of the HiTeMP-2 Forum

For those unable to travel due to the Coronavirus, the HiTeMP-2 Forum will be accessible remotely via a livestream video link. You must register to watch the free livestream and can also contribute written input to the discussion via a web app. All contributions received in this way will contribute to the written HiTeMP Outlook, which will be prepared after the forum.

HiTeMP-2 will invite remote comments and questions from participants, both those at the venue and those participating remotely via the livestream. To provide your input, please download the Slido app, or go to the Slido website at https://www.sli.do/ and type in the event code #HiTeMP-2.

The Second International Forum on Zero Carbon High Temperature Minerals Processing (HiTeMP-2)

The HiTeMP-2 Forum will bring together global leaders from industry, research, investors, non-government agencies and policy makers to chart the pathway to transition heavy industry towards net-zero-CO2 emissions, addressing the need for heat, chemicals and electricity. Leading mineral processing and refining companies across the world have already started to decarbonise in response to emerging markets for low carbon products.

Join us at HiTeMP-2

We invite you to join us for HiTeMP-2, where we will build on the outcomes of the inaugural HiTeMP forum and identify the next steps for the sector. The Forum engages key stakeholder groups to develop synthesised perspectives of emerging drivers, technologies and opportunities to further decarbonise energy-intensive, high temperature process industries.

Come to hear exemplars from around the world and participate in the discussion to help shape a carbon-constrained future and prepare for the new, low-carbon economy, particularly for the iron/steel, cement/lime/alumina and copper industries.

General enquiries

Centre for Energy Technology
Email: imer@adelaide.edu.au
Phone: +61 8 8313 2559

The HiTeMP-2 Forum is organised by the Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Adelaide and is supported by Mission Innovation.

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