Ore and Minerals Analysis (OMA) Worldwide Workshops

Reflect - Refresh - Recover

Throughout the year Malvern Panalytical organizes multiple OMA workshops all over the world. During these free-of-charge seminars, dedicated to the mining industry, we discuss how to achieve better recovery rates, reduce downtime and increase productivity.

During the Covid-19 restrictions, we ran a series of ‘Virtual OMAs’. Visit the Virtual OMAs webpage to learn more and watch recordings from last year.

Download the OMA leaflet here

The one-day workshops bring together experts from the mining industry, research institutions and Malvern Panalytical, as supplier of the newest technologies, to create value for mining and metal production. 

Together with guest speakers we share knowledge for exploration to process optimization and environmental monitoring by improving the analysis of raw materials and process streams.

News and advances in X-ray Fluorescence, X-Ray Diffraction, On-line monitoring (CNA), Particle Size and Morphology Analysis, Near Infrared (NIR) characterization and sample preparation are topics to be presented. 

Are you working for a mining company or technical association or are you a researcher, professor or professional and seeking knowledge to increase recovery rates and efficiency? 

Please join one of our OMA workshops.

About our OMA workshops

The first Ore & Minerals Analysis (OMA) workshop was held in August 2015 at the Physics Department of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. In November 2018 the first OMA workshop held outside of the American continents was hosted in Kathu, the iron ore capital of the Northern Cape province of South Africa. After then more countries were added to host the OMA workshops.

I attended an OMA seminar organized by Malvern Panalytical for the first time this year. It was a great opportunity for me to understand different realities and to collect tips/suggestions from people with experience in the field. I plan to participate again next year!

Sakine Khajavi — CNETE, Canada