Active filters :
Discard Filter
News

New Zealand Branch – Dunedin Discussion Group – Material Sampling, Advances in Sampling

Join the New Zealand Branch to hear Geoff Lyman discuss Advances in Sampling in Dunedin on Thursday 24 October.

Date: Thursday 24 October 2019

Time: 5:00pm – 6:30pm

Venue:
Heritage Dunedin Leisure Lodge
McGavin Room
30 Duke Street
North Dunedin 9041

Parking: At the venue. There is also nearby roadside parking.

Cost: Free to attend

Includes: Finger food and Refreshments

A bar facility is available at the venue for drinks afterwards.

RSVP: Please RSVP your intention to attend by email to events@rscmme.com by Monday 21st of October.

Join the New Zealand Branch to hear Geoff Lyman discuss Advances in Sampling in Dunedin on Thursday 24 October.

Geoff Lyman's talk will focus on recent advances in sampling theory with an emphasis on how to treat the sampling of gold ores.

About the Speaker: Geoff Lyman 

Geoff worked for 34 years as a Principal Research Fellow at the Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre, University of Queensland where he worked in most aspects of coal and mineral processing with an emphasis on gravity separation and automatic control. He also developed nucleonic instrumentation for measurement of ash in coal and for the control of jigs.

He specialized in mathematical modelling of unit operations and diverse areas such as statistical modelling of sulphide ore textures and the spatial statistical analysis of rock jointing.

 

 

 

Related News

18.09.19

New Zealand Branch – Dunedin Discussion Group – Material Sampling, Advances in Sampling

Join the New Zealand Branch to hear Geoff Lyman discuss Advances in Sampling in Dunedin on Thursd...

16.09.19

Last Chance To RSVP: New Zealand Branch - Nelson Discussion Group - Geology and Resources of New Zealand Coalfields (Monograph 33)

Don't miss out! RSVP to join the New Zealand Branch to hea...

16.09.19

NZ Branch - Updated Committee Members

The New Zealand Branch would like to acknowledge the new committee that was endorsed at the recent AGM and the officers of the committee who were elect...