Back by popular demand, Malvern Panalytical is pleased organise the 26th Ores and Minerals Analysis conference. This edition of the virtual workshop will focus on mining and processing for bauxite, nickel and alumina smelting. Malvern Panalytical’s application experts will share knowledge through case studies and reference sites.
What we’re doing different from previous editions is to touch on topics which are close to your heart. For instance how to improve your elemental precision analysis. Our experts not only provide theory but also demonstrate fundamentals of good sample preparation, analysis and making sense of the data. Look out as they also share about solutions which support your high throughput environment. This is by way of helping you to achieve up-time, prevent downtime, while maintaining a high level of accuracy and repeatability, online solutions and more. Beyond XRF elemental analysis, learn about other complementary methods like X-ray diffraction and NIR, that you can adopt at various stages of your process. Whether for better exploration site mapping to more sharper grade and process control.
This edition of the OMA conference is relevant for anyone working on mining for bauxite, nickel and smelting. If you are working at a service laboratory or research organisation, this programme will be interesting for you – click here.
There is no fee for this event.
- Dr König, global mining, minerals and metals sector manager at Malvern Panalytical
Dr König is based in Malvern Panalytical’s supply center in the Netherlands. Since joining the company in 2005, he has been responsible for helping mining, minerals and metals related research and industrial companies in sharing 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. These include mobile, laboratory-based and online monitoring solutions.
Dr König studied geology and applied mineralogy at Martin-Luther-University Halle (Germany) and the UFPA (Universidade Federal do Para) Belem (Brazil). In 2006, he reached his PhD in the field of applied mineralogy.
- Srinivasan, Primary Materials Sector Sales Manager
- Brijendra Srivastava, Application Specialist for Asia
- Rajendra Mishra, Process and Automation Solutions Manager
- Hari Bhaskar, Process and Automation Solutions
- Aaron Skinner, Service Engineer, Australia
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Who should attend:
- Anyone working in mining, exploration and processing of nickel, bauxite and alumina smelting
- Geologists, laboratory managers, plant managers, technical specialists