The 30th OMA is a great way to discover the latest advancements in mining and minerals. Catch up with day 2 to find out more about significant production returns with innovative technology and high equipment performance (efficiency).
You can watch day 1 here.
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.
Day 2: Get significant production returns with innovative technology and high equipment performance (efficiency)
|Time (EDT)||Time (CET)||Subject||Presenter|
|11:00 am||5:00 pm||High quality analysis: it starts with high quality standards||Chantal Audet, Product Manager, Malvern Panalytical (Canada)|
|11:20 am||5:20 pm||Benchtop XRD demo||Dr. Luciano Gobbo, XRD Applications - Building Materials and Minerals, Malvern Panalytical (USA)|
|11:40 am||5:40 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)|
|12:00 pm||6:00 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)|
|12:20 pm||6:20 pm||Portable NIR demo||Dr. Luciano Gobbo, XRD Applications - Building Materials and Minerals, Malvern Panalytical (USA)|
|12:40 pm||6:40 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)|
|1:00 pm||7:00 pm||General questions and answers session|