25th OMA - Bonus edition
Details of our 25th Virtual OMA is below. Simply click the link to be directed to a registration page for the event. We look forward to seeing you there.
|Date||24-25 November 2020|
Watch previous virtual OMA events 2020
|Spanish||8–9 September||Recording coming soon|
Since 2015, Malvern Panalytical has organized several Ore and Minerals Analysis (OMA) workshops at locations worldwide. This year, because of the continuing Covid-19 restrictions, we’re moving the events online, with the theme ‘The future of technology in mining’. Join us at one of our ‘Virtual OMAs’ to find out how your mining operation can continue to succeed in these challenging times.
What will I learn?
Our Virtual OMAs are a great way of staying up to date with the latest advances in the field of mining automation.
Day 1: In the Field and Mine:
Advanced solutions for exploration and grade monitoring
Day 2: In process and laboratory:
Adding efficiency and automation to processing and quality control
Who should attend?
Our Virtual OMAs are ideal for:
- Plant managers, planners, and engineers
- Laboratory managers
- Process control and quality control managers
- Academic researchers and members of technical associations
“During these challenging times, we need to keep on learning from each other – and our Virtual OMAs will be a great way of doing just that”
Dr Uwe König - Malvern Panalytical
How will they work?
We are holding four Virtual OMAs in 2020, to cover different languages and time zones.
Each one will be spread over two days, with two hours of presentations on each day. As you’d expect, you’ll be able to ask questions via chat during the sessions, and our experts will give their responses to you live.The events will be hosted by Dr Uwe König, our Global Mining Segment Manager. Uwe has been at Malvern Panalytical’s Netherlands offices for 15 years, and in that time has been instrumental in helping companies and organizations in the mining sector share knowledge through on-site visits, international conferences, and local workshops. His specialty is in the development of new analytical solutions for exploration, process monitoring and optimization in the mining and metals industries.