S1 Diamonds: open windows in the Earth's mantle

S2 Evolution of the Earth's mantle and primitive magmatism through time

S3 Volatiles in the deep Earth: storage, mobility and implications

S4 Fluids in the crust

S5 The cycling of hydrogen, carbon, and mobile elements in the subduction factory

S6 Metamorphism, crustal melting and granite magmas from start to stop and from inclusions to intrusions

S7 From deep magmatic processes to volcanic eruption

S8 Diffusion, mineral reaction and deformation mechanisms from low to high temperatures: flow and brittle processes of the Earth’s interior

S9 Inclusions in minerals as record of geological processes: new analysis methods and application

S10 Mineral reaction kinetics: microstructures, textures, chemical and isotopic signatures

S11 Reading and understanding metamorphic rocks

S12 Clays, zeolites and nanostructured minerals: from mineralogy to applications in Industry and environment

S13 Ores, minerals and geomaterials in industrial processes and human activities

S14 Advances in computational and experimental mineralogy: A journey from the surface to the deep Earth and beyond

S15 Structural behavior and energetic properties of minerals

S16 New minerals, modular structures and mineral groups

S17 Mineral diversity, complexity and evolution

S18 Planetary materials: from dust to planets and Early Earth

S19 Gem materials

S20 High-tech metal minerals in Europe

S21 Mineralogy, geochemistry and valorization of Industrial and mining wastes

S22 Platinum group minerals and accessory minerals: development in their characterisation

S23 The future of critical metals: mineralogy, metallogenesis and geometallurgy

S24 The petrology-geochronology connection

S25 Biogeochemical interfaces and environmental (bio)mineralogy

S26 Mineral-hazards. The environmental and human health problem represented by raw and man-processed mineral phases

S27 Mineral sciences for the understanding of cultural heritage

S28 Museums and teaching mineral sciences to new generations