Keynote speakers (to be updated):

1)  Chris Hawkesworth (University of Bristol, UK):  Geological constraints on the onset of plate tectonics

2)  Bruno Dhuime (CNRS & University of Montpellier, France):  An isotope geochemistry perspective on continental growth, the start of plate tectonics and the emergence of the continents

3)  Williams J. Collins (Curtin University, Australia):  The critical role of water in the generation and differentiation of continental crust

4)  Fang Huang (University of Science and Technology, China):  Understanding granites and the continental crust from metal stable isotopes

5)  Oscar Laurent (ETH Zürich, Switzerland):  Formation of continents through time: (re-)integrating isotopic proxies based on accessory minerals with the granitoid record

6)  Richard Ernst (Carleton University, Canada):  Silicic magmatism of large igneous provinces

7)  Omar Bartoli (Università di Padova, Italy):  Fluid regimes during formation of granitic magmas: new clues from nanogranitoids

8)  Yong-Fei  Zheng (University of Science and Technology,  China):  Zircons, granites and orogens

9)  John D. Clemens (University of Stellenbosch,  South Africa):  Mafic schlieren, crystal accumulation and differentiation in granitic magmas: a case study

10)  Fernando Bea (Univ. Granada,  Spain):  Multiple episodic crustal recycling in Central Iberia, or why the Iberian Variscan batholiths are so peculiar

11)  Bernd Lehmann (Technical University of Clausthal, Germany):  Formation of tin ore deposits: A reassessment

12)  Zhiming Yang (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China):  Origin of the postcollisional porphyry Cu deposits in southern Tibet: new evidences from the causative granite-hosted MME and lower crustal rocks

13)  Reimar Seltmann (Natural History Museum, UK):  Line rocks in rare metal granites as expression of fluid saturation and rhythmic crystallization

14)  Calvin F. Miller (Vanderbilt University, USA):  Volcano-pluton connection: Perspectives on material and process linkages from Searchlight pluton and the Highland Range volcanic sequence, Nevada, USA

15)  Xisheng Xu (Nanjing University, China):  Late Mesozoic volcanic- intrusive magmatism and crustal growth, SE China

16)  Catherine Annen (Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France):   Construction and eruption of plutons: the heat problem

17)  Olivier Bachmann  (ETH Zürich, Switzerland):  Timescales and processes within transcrustal magmatic systems

18)  Tao Wang (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China):  Granitoids in China and adjacent areas and implications for orogeny: an introduction to a digit map

19)  Guil Gualda (Vanderbilt University, USA):  On the origin of alkali feldspar megacrysts in granitoids: The case against textural coarsening; the interplay between nucleation and growth; and a potential record of magma injection, extraction, and eruption

20)  Roberto Weinberg (Monash University, Australia):  Geochronological record of sustained and cyclic magma generation in HT-LP anatectic terranes

21)  Elena Melekhova (University of Bristol, UK):  Formation of continental crust at arc settings