Speaker:  Dr Patrick Hayman, Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology

Abstract:  Predicting orogenic gold mineralisation is not just a structural problem - physical volcanology and igneous petrology also play an important role in mineralisation.  This seminar will explore this theme in more detail.

Bio:  Patrick Hayman is a senior lecturer at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane (Australia) and has particular interest in developing more sustainable and efficient models for mineral systems exploration at the regional to local scale, using his expertise in physical volcanology. Upon completion of BSc.Eng (Queen’s University) and MSc (University of British Columbia) degrees, Pat worked for several diamond exploration and mining companies in Canada, before moving to Australia to obtain his PhD degree (Monash University). He held a three-year research fellowship at Monash, working on regional volcano-stratigraphic and structural problems in the Yilgarn (Western Australia), before moving to sunny and sometimes wet Queensland. Pat's active research is in Western Australia (Au) and Queensland (Li).

About JKMRC Friday Seminars 2022

Welcome to the 2022 Series of the JKMRC Friday Seminars.  The list of presentations will aim to cover a range of topics related to the minerals sector from decision making in exploration, new mineral processing technologies, social licence to operate and mine closure.

The JKMRC Friday Seminars will be presented both in person, at the Indooroopilly Mine Site Lecture Theatre, and also as webinar.  Registration for the webinar is required and can be made via the registration link in each seminar overview.

A large number of past webinars can be accessed on the SMI website: https://smi.uq.edu.au/webinars

Previous seminars have been uploaded to YouTube via the following link: https://www.youtube.com/user/smiuq

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