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Last Chance: Adelaide Branch February Technical Lunch

Last chance to register for the Adelaide Branch's first technical lunch of the year!

Date: Thursday 14 February 2019

Time: 12.00pm sharp

Venue:
The Pavilion,
Veale Gardens,
cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road,
Adelaide SA 5000
(free parking available)

Cost:
AusIMM Members $25
Non-Members $50
Students $15
MAP Members** $15

**MAP – Financial hardship approved via Member Assistance Program

Includes: Lunch (choice of Lemon Herb Barramundi or Pollo Ripieno) plus soft drink. Vegetarian option is available on request.

Registrations close Tuesday 12 February.

This event is brought to you by the AusIMM Adelaide Branch, our 2019 Branch Partners of Bureau Veritas & OZ Minerals, our 2019 Technical Lunch Partner, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and is worth 1 PD hour

Please come and join Dr. Kathy Ehrig, Principal Geometallurgist – BHP, who will deliver a presentation titled “Olympic Dam – is it really complex?”

Complexity does not necessarily mean complicated and solutions can often be obvious, once you take the time to look.

In this presentation Kathy will explore what the term complex really means for BHP in the Olympic Dam context, and the steps they have taken to reduce complexity and transform complicated systems into ones that are simpler.

Please join us for what promises to be a sell-out and fantastic event!

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Technical Lunch Partner 2019


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