Short courses

  • Short course in Geometallurgy II

    Short course in Geometallurgy II

    An integrated approach for characterising ore body variability – maximising value while minimising technical and operational risk of mine development/expansion.

    A procedure in how to set up a geometallurgy program and analyse the data collected from it is presented.

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  • Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills.

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).

    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

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  • Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).
    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Short course in geometallurgy

    Short course in geometallurgy

    The short course introduces a range of techniques to enhance collection of geological information that is relevant to mineral processing.

    It includes presentations, use of tools, a range of computer-based modelling exercises and case studies.

    More informations

Short courses

  • Short course in Geometallurgy II

    Short course in Geometallurgy II

    An integrated approach for characterising ore body variability – maximising value while minimising technical and operational risk of mine development/expansion.

    A procedure in how to set up a geometallurgy program and analyse the data collected from it is presented.

    More informations
  • Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills.

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).

    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).
    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Short course in geometallurgy

    Short course in geometallurgy

    The short course introduces a range of techniques to enhance collection of geological information that is relevant to mineral processing.

    It includes presentations, use of tools, a range of computer-based modelling exercises and case studies.

    More informations

Short courses

  • Short course in Geometallurgy II

    Short course in Geometallurgy II

    An integrated approach for characterising ore body variability – maximising value while minimising technical and operational risk of mine development/expansion.

    A procedure in how to set up a geometallurgy program and analyse the data collected from it is presented.

    More informations
  • Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills.

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).

    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).
    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Short course in geometallurgy

    Short course in geometallurgy

    The short course introduces a range of techniques to enhance collection of geological information that is relevant to mineral processing.

    It includes presentations, use of tools, a range of computer-based modelling exercises and case studies.

    More informations

Short courses

  • Short course in Geometallurgy II

    Short course in Geometallurgy II

    An integrated approach for characterising ore body variability – maximising value while minimising technical and operational risk of mine development/expansion.

    A procedure in how to set up a geometallurgy program and analyse the data collected from it is presented.

    More informations
  • Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    Ore microscopy and geometallurgical applications

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills.

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).

    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    Microscopy of common rocks and minerals (Petrography)

    A one-week, hands-on introductory course of an essentially practical character, for beginners and / or professionals willing to upgrade their skills

    Schedule and equipment:
    40 hours student’s work (50 % following explanations or discussing with professor, 50 % student’s personal work).
    Fully equipped microscopy lab, with one modern microscope for each student.

    More informations
  • Short course in geometallurgy

    Short course in geometallurgy

    The short course introduces a range of techniques to enhance collection of geological information that is relevant to mineral processing.

    It includes presentations, use of tools, a range of computer-based modelling exercises and case studies.

    More informations