Registration for the 46th Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique is now open. Join nearly 1,600 explosives industry professionals Jan. 26-29, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colo., for the world's largest conference in the explosives industry.
This year's conference will feature technical sessions, workshops, poster presentations and more than 130 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and technology in the explosives industry.
To receive the special ISEE member discount rate, ISEE members will need their member ID number and membership type on-hand when registering. Attendees who aren't ISEE members, will select the non-member option during registration.
For sleeping room reservations, call the Hyatt Regency Denver at (800) 233-1234. Please be sure to mention ISEE to receive the conference discount rate of $199.00 single/double. Do not delay booking your reservations because the hotel is expected to sell out early.
For online sleeping room reservations click here.
Please watch out for housing pirates and poachers. You must call or register online to receive the rate discount. Hotel and ISEE representatives will never solicit you for reservations.
You will receive a discount off the lowest applicable published air fare when you make airline reservations with United Airlines. Click here to make your reservation, and offer code: ZH8G128178 when checking out.
Calling all students looking to make a mark in the explosives industry! The ISEE Conference Program Committee is pleased to announce the Call for Student Papers to be presented at the 46th Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique, the largest gathering of its kind involving field blasters, manufacturers of explosives related products, educators and researchers, to be held Jan. 26–29, 2020, Denver, Colo.
This is an excellent opportunity for students to network with senior researchers and professionals from academia and the industry. Ideas should be submitted in a 200-400 word abstract highlighting the major points of the proposed 8-10 page paper and be approved by the student's faculty adviser. Papers addressing all explosives and blasting-related topics will be considered. Accepted papers will be assigned to either a technical session or Blasters Forum Poster Session. Papers received by the deadline, with paid conference registration, will be published in the Conference Proceedings.
Submit your abstract by Oct. 1, 2019.
Do you have a knack for photography and some great shots of a recent job you’d like to share? Take your camera on your next job site and upload your best pictures. Qualifying entries will be displayed through ISEE’s social media channels and on-screen at the annual conference in Denver.
Voting will be open to all. The Best of Show winner will receive a free registration to the 47th annual conference. Winners will be announced at the annual conference, on social media, and in the Journal of Explosives Engineering.
Visit the photo contest page today to see all the categories and enter your pictures.
Showcase your organization's latest products, services and technology at the world's largest conference on explosives engineering. Public exhibit booth registration for the 46th Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting is now open.
This is your organization's chance to get its name out in front of 1,600 key decision makers, industry experts, government regulators and field blasters. To purchase booth space, visit the conference section of our website. Be sure to reserve your space soon because the exhibit hall will sell out quickly.
More than 1,800 people from around the world met Jan. 27-30, 2019, in Nashville, Tenn., for the 45th Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique, setting a new attendance record for the ISEE conference on explosives engineering.
The conference included technical and poster sessions, workshops, industry socials and more than 180 exhibits showcasing latest technology. Keynote presenter and futurist David Houle kicked off the event with his discussion on emerging global trends and how they could affect the future of the explosives industry.
The online SEE Education Foundation auction, which wrapped up Tuesday, Jan. 29, raised nearly $8,000. Big-ticket items included one-of-a-kind quilt from Crazy Horse Memorial, a lifetime ISEE membership and an Alaskan dog sledding adventure.
The money raised through the auction will go to the Education Foundation ISEE Scholarship Fund, which awards scholarships to college students from across the globe who are pursuing careers in the blasting industry.
Ronald Elliott, International Blasting Consultants, won the Distinguished Service Award; Paul Downing, Lancer Insurance Company, and David True, Austin Powder Company, were honored with the Industry Service Award; Mark Dean, Texcel, Melvin Fletcher, Dyno Nobel, Cristian Rodriguez, Split Engineering, were awarded the President's Award; Donald McNeil, PDK Inc., was awarded the Blaster's Leadership Award; Donald Thompson, Thunderbird Mining Systems, was honored with the Driller's Leadership Award; and Gonzalo Marias, Austin Powder Argentina, won the Paper of the Year Award.