• Amelia Hine

    Powers of Ten - Shifting scales of space and time for new perspectives in landscape change

    23 August 2019 9:00am10:00am
    This talk will begin with two keys premises: that landscape change is an intrinsic part of mining and industrial development; and that novel ways of understanding landscapes can open up new possibilities for their future.
  • Steven Micklethwaite

    Drones, AI and the cloud - the new possible

    16 August 2019 9:00am10:00am
    This presentation focuses on research developments at Monash University where drones have been combined with high performance compute and computer vision techniques, in order to remotely sense or sample our planet.
  • The Language of Safety

    9 August 2019 9:00am10:00am
    When considering safety, especially in operating mines, the reporting of incidents and the language used to describe them really matters. Natural Language Processing can now be used to classify and detect new classifications of incidents and detect previously unseen combinations of hazards and behaviours, allowing for the development of meaningful and targeted safety intervention programs.
  • Emeritus Professor Ken Collerson

    Cobalt and HREE Minerals Systems in the Eastern Mount Isa Block

    26 July 2019 9:00am10:00am
    A study of Co-rich samples from the Eastern Mount Isa Block was undertaken to constrain the IOCG mineral system and evaluate HREE prospectivity. Although these deposits are interpreted to have had a granitic source, the element association includes metals not normally concentrated in silicic melts e.g., Co, Ni, Sc and PGE's.
  • Pete Forakis

    Project Derisking through metallurgical testing

    14 June 2019 9:00am10:00am
    Metallurgical testing is critical to a minerals project development. There are some key questions that need to be answered at each stage of a project from Scoping, to Prefeasibility and to Detailed feasibility and a key component is the process parameters evaluated during metallurgical testing.


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