- Duration: 3 or 5 Half days - Live Remote Sessions via MS Teams
- Time: 13.00 – 17.00 (GMT)
- 3 Half days - £1175 (Monday – Wednesday; Core course )
- 5 Half days - £1595 (Monday - Friday including workshop session on mining projects)
Deadline for registering is Monday 21 August in order to allow sufficient time for the pre-course learning and review pre-recordings.
Professor Dennis Buchanan (Course Director)
Emeritus Professor of Mining Geology & Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College London
Professor Buchanan works jointly between the Department of Earth Science and Engineering and the Business School at Imperial College London and will act as the Course Director.
Professor Buchanan's current research interest lies in addressing the underlying technical principles applying to mineral projects and demonstrating how these influence financial modelling. He has 38 years’ experience teaching mining geology, mineral exploration and mineral project appraisal and is responsible for the MSc in Metals and Energy Finance. This is a joint degree between the Department of Earth Science and Engineering and the Business School at Imperial College. Professor Buchanan has worked as a Mining Geologist in both gold and platinum mines in South Africa and had wide experience as a consultant to industry, as an expert witness and in designing and delivering short courses for industry
Professor Stephen Neethling
Professor of Minerals Processing, Imperial College London
Professor Neethling has been carrying out research in minerals processing for the last 26 years. His main research interest is in the use of fundamental level models of processes occurring within various minerals separation techniques in order to improve both the operation and design of these systems. In particular, he is working on models and simulators for the froth flotation and heap leaching processes. He has carried out both research and consulting work for a number of major international mining companies.