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“Automated Materials Characterization” / “Automated Mineralogy” is an analytical technique based on scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image analysis coupled with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS).
This course will give you tools to improve your operational cash flow models and budgeting tools. The effects of market and project uncertainties are discussed and methods to include their effects into feasibility analysis / budgeting are provided. Also methods to deal with uncertainty realizations are discussed and modeled.
Get an overview of Circular Economy, goals, action plans, waste hierarchy, recycling rate etc. Learn about challenges of recycling special mineral waste and landfill mining.
Learn how to develop and create circular products, materials, and technologies for the billion Euro megatrend industry with state-of-the-art innovation techniques.
Efficient comminution processes require a careful process design and presume a deep understanding of the grinding fundamentals as well as the appropriate machinery.
Corporate Social Responsibility, Geoethics, Social License to Operate, Responsible Sourcing are concepts related to the interface between mineral projects (exploration and mining), the natural environment and people (from local populations to global activist associations). This course discusses these concepts, their relations and their practical application to exploration and mining companies and professionals.
The improvement of dust and noise management is a permanent challenge in mining and mineral processing regarding either the staff as the environment.
This course will provide you with the knowledge about the current electrochemical treatment of industrial waters as well as give the tools to improve and assess water treatment on sites. The effect of electrochemical treatment on the removal of contaminants, possible application and feasibility studies are discussed during the course. You leave the course with the ready and assessed solution to treat your water streams.
This course discusses the exploration, evaluation, valuation and reporting of mineral deposits process as shaped by local and global economic, social and political variables, forces and actors rather than only by technology and the geology, metallogeny, physical and chemical properties of ores and mineral deposits.
Geochemical exploration has evolved over the past 30 years from traditionally focused (mineral) resource identification to a multi-element, multi-media toolbox.
The training should give the participants a common theme about the application of mechanical excavation machines in mining and tunnelling – from the assessment of rock mass cuttability, over the basic principles and methods of mechanical cutting to machine types and technologies. The training will end with application examples referring to real field cases.
Trainees will have a grasp of materials behaviour and the influence of raw materials quality and processing on the quality of materials.
This is an introductory course on the international policies, reporting frameworks, standards, good practices and guidelines for mineral projects and assets.
This is an introductory course on the valuation of mineral assets, focusing on:
The proposed short course/interactive workshop provides an overview of the current use of chemical, mineralogical and metallurgical data in ore profiling, modeling, forecasting and process troubleshooting in Copper-(Moly/Gold) Operations.
The course presents and discusses big data and data science techniques and their applications in the exploration, mining and sustainable use of raw materials and energy resources in the XXI century and beyond.
Superior understanding of water management related issues in order to ensure the proper specification of a successful solution for a given application is required in nearly any business.
This course presents and discusses the international policies, reporting frameworks, standards, good practices and guidelines for mineral projects and assets.
Metallurgy is a key enabler of a circular economy (CE), its digitalization is the metallurgical Internet of Things (m-IoT). In short: Metallurgy is at the heart of a CE, as metals all have strong intrinsic recycling potentials.
Trainees will be able to understand a leadership style with a “soft skill” approach and why this is essential nowadays: in order to keep employees motivated and assure competitiveness. They get tools for better understanding the team members and keep the momentum of a motivated team alive.
Alternative solutions to reduce vibrations instead of reducing MIC or hole diameter will be trained.
An overview of perlite' s innovative applications is provided. Fundamentals of markets, market trends, competitive materials will be presented.
An overview of perlite is provided.
The training was developed to provide a common understanding of the application of mechanical cutting / excavation machines.
This course concerns the valuation of mineral assets, focusing on: