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VIRTUAL 30th ORE AND MINERALS ANALYSIS (OMA)
September 28 @ 6:00 PM - September 29 @ 7:30 PM
The 30th OMA is a great way to discover the latest advancements in mining and minerals. Join us to keep you informed on topics such as:
- Day 1: Towards a sustainable future for mining: From value protection to value creation (sustainability)
- Day 2: Get significant production returns with innovative technology and high equipment performance (efficiency)
This event gathers industry experts as well as our own experts to discuss exploration, process optimization and tailings management. New advances in elemental analysis (X-ray and neutron analysis), mineralogical analysis (X-ray diffraction and near-infrared (NIR)), on-line analysis (elemental, mineralogical and particle size) and sample preparation will be covered.
Target audience: Employees working for mining, metals, polymers, building materials, power generation & petrochemical companies, researchers, professors, professional and technical associations, the public and the private sector.
Please note that this event is free. Register today and attend one or both days to your convenience.
Only registrants will receive the user meeting recording, so if you’d like to watch it on-demand at a more convenient time please register today!
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- September 28 2021 – September 29 2021
- 18:00 – 19:30 Arabian Standard Time
- Event type:
- Webinar – Live
- Mastersizer range
- X-ray Diffraction (XRD)
Near-infrared Spectroscopy (NIR)
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Day 1: Towards a sustainable future for mining: From value protection to value creation (sustainability)
|6:00 pm||Welcome and Trends in the mining industry||Dr. Uwe Konig, Global Mining Segment Manager, Malvern Panalytical (The Netherlands)|
|6:05 pm||Integrating water in mine planning||Bernard Aube, Water treatment Expert and Owner, Envirobay (Canada)|
|6:25 pm||Real-time control of mine wastewater quality as a necessity for safe operation at the peak performance||Dr. Malgorzata Szlachta, Senior Scientist, Geological Survey of Finland, Circular Economy Unit, GTK Mintec (Finland)|
|6:45 pm||On-Line PSD for mineral production optimization||Jeff DeNigris, Process Automation Solutions (PAS) Business Development North America, Malvern Panalytical (USA)|
|7:05 pm||Real-time monitoring – using data to support sustainability||Jeffrey Kemmerer, Global Product Manager, CNA/PFTNA, Malvern Panalytical (USA)|
|7:25 pm||General questions and answers session|
Day 2: Get significant production returns with innovative technology and high equipment performance (efficiency)
|6:00 pm||High quality analysis: it starts with high quality standards||Chantal Audet, Product Manager, Malvern Panalytical (Canada)|
|6:20 pm||Benchtop XRD demo||Dr. Luciano Gobbo, XRD Applications – Building Materials and Minerals, Malvern Panalytical (USA)|
|6:40 pm||Determination of hardrock lithium concentrates using X-ray diffraction (CRD) in combination with statistical methods||Dr. Herbert Pollmann, Head of Department, Institute of Geosciences and Geology, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany)|
|7:00 pm||Application of powder X-ray diffraction for defining ore hardness||Dr. Craig McClung, Principal Advisor – OBK Productivity and Technology, Rio Tinto Copper Technical, Rio Tinto (USA)|
|7:20 pm||Portable NIR demo||Dr. Luciano Gobbo, XRD Applications – Building Materials and Minerals, Malvern Panalytical (USA)|
|7:40 pm||Potential of reflectance spectroscopy for vectoring towards and detecting mineralized areas, case study of the Canadian Malartic Au deposit||Dr. Philip Lypaczewski, Faculty Researcher, College of the North Atlantic (Canada)|
|8:00 pm||General questions and answers session|