keynote speakers

Chris Greet

The keynote lecture "From comminution to flotation: bridging the gap" will be given by Chris Greet of Magotteaux, Australia.

Chris graduated from the South Australian Institute of Technology with a Metallurgical Engineering degree in 1990, and was awarded his PhD from the Ian Wark Research Institute of the University of South Australia in 2002.

Chris has work within the mining industry in a variety of roles from shift foreman at the Teutonic Bore copper/zinc operation to Principal Technologist with Pasminco.  He is currently employed by Magotteaux as Manager Minerals Processing Research, and leads their technical efforts investigating the effect of grinding chemistry on downstream processes.

Charlotte Gibson

The keynote lecture "Lithium mineral flotation: The past, present, and future" will be given by Charlotte Gibson, Assistant Professor and Associate Department Head at Queen’s University, Canada.

Charlotte is an Assistant Professor at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Before joining Queen’s in 2020, Charlotte held various roles in the mining industry across Canada, the United States, and Australia. She has worked in mine operations, mineral processing flowsheet development, mineral processing technology development, and data analytics for a number of companies including SGS, Barrick Gold, and Vale.

 She now leads the Critical Minerals Processing Lab in The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, where her research group develops processes to concentrate critical minerals from primary and secondary resources.  

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