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Anne Thompson
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Anne Thompson

Anne Thompson has thirty-five years working in and consulting to the mineral exploration industry, including field work and applied mineralogy, providing innovative approaches to mapping alteration minerals.  She was an early adopter of field spectroscopy and co-edited the Atlas of Alteration, a resource for exploration geologists. Anne’s company, PetraScience, is now a partnership with John Thompson and focuses on technology, sustainability and innovation in the mining industry.  Anne is the producer and host of the SEG Discovery to Recovery Podcast and is the author of Innovation in Mineral Exploration published by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.  Anne was named to the WIMUK Global 100 Inspirational Women in Mining 2020.

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

Exploration and development - what needs to change?

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John Thompson

John partners in a consulting business based in Vancouver, BC, focused on exploration, mining, innovation and sustainability.  He combines academic experience – Professor of Responsible Resources at the University Bristol and prior positions at Cornell University and the University of British Columbia, and industry experience – 35 years in mining and exploration.  He is a director of KoBold Metals and MineSense, a founder of Regeneration, and has advisory roles for several exploration, technology, venture capital and research organizations.

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

Exploration and development - what needs to change?

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

The Importance of Geologic Models for Critical Metals Exploration

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Murray Hitzman

Murray Hitzman holds an SFI Professorship in the School of Earth Sciences at University College Dublin and is also the Director of the Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences (iCRAG).  He served as Associate Director for Energy and Minerals at the U.S. Geological Survey (2016-17) and was the Charles Fogarty Professor of Economic Geology at Colorado School of Mines from 1996-2016 where a primary research focus was the geology of the Central African Copperbelt (Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia).  Dr. Hitzman served in Washington, D.C. as a policy analyst in both the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (1994-96) during the Clinton Administration and the U.S. Senate (1993-94) for Senator Joseph Lieberman (CT).  He worked in the petroleum and minerals industries from 1976 to 1993 primarily conducting mineral exploration worldwide and was largely responsible for Chevron Corporation’s Lisheen Zn-Pb-Ag deposit discovery in Ireland (1990).  Hitzman has B.A. degrees in geology and anthropology from Dartmouth College (1976), an M.S. in geology from University of Washington (1978), and a Ph.D. in geology from Stanford University (1983).  He has previously served on the boards of a number of mineral exploration and mining companies and currently serves as technical advisor for the private company KoBold Metals, focused on utilizing machine learning for battery metals exploration. He has received a number of awards including the Chevron Chairman’s award for the Lisheen discovery (1992), the Society of Economic Geologists Silver Medal (1999), the Daniel C. Jackling Award by Society of Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration and the Des Pretorius Award by the Geological Society of South Africa (both 2015), and the Haddon Forrester King Medal by the Australian Academy of Sciences (2016).

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

The Importance of Geologic Models for Critical Metals Exploration

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

Distinct magma evolution processes control the formation of porphyry Cu-Au deposits in thin and thick arcs

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Massimo Chiaradia

Massimo Chiaradia is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Geneva (Switzerland). He obtained his MSc at the University of Padova (Italy) and a PhD in Earth Sciences at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland). His research focuses on the petrogenesis of arc magmas with implications for continental crust formation and the relationship between magma chemistry, dynamics of subduction zones and the formation of porphyry-type deposits. To carry out his research Massimo combines fieldwork with various analytical techniques including petrography and ore microscopy, mineral and rock geochemistry, light and heavy stable isotopes, radiogenic isotopes and high-precision radiometric dating.

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

Distinct magma evolution processes control the formation of porphyry Cu-Au deposits in thin and thick arcs

ABSTRACT

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

Antamina Geological Update

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Stephanie Mrozek

Stephanie Mrozek is an Adjunct Research Associate at James Cook University (Townsville, Australia) and a Senior Geologist on the Donlin Gold project (SW Alaska). She received her Ph.D. at James Cook University (Townsville, Australia) in 2018 where she studied the world-class Antamina Cu-Zn skarn-porphyry deposit in Peru. Her research combined field observations with geochemistry, geochronology, petrography, and fluid inclusion analysis to reveal spatio-temporal relationships between porphyry emplacement, host rock composition, hydrothermal alteration, and mineralization. Stephanie has 17 years of experience in mining and exploration, with a decade of that time devoted to working on skarns.

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

Antamina Geological Update

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

What controls the size of mineral deposits?

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Cyril Chelle-Michou

Cyril Chelle-Michou is Professor of Mineral Resource Systems at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.  His research takes a cross-disciplinary approach where methods, data, and concepts encompassing a broad range of fields are interconnected to unravel the processes that have shaped our planet and generated the natural resources upon which our society relies. He is mainly interested in quantifying the geological processes that modulate the size of magmatic-hydrothermal and sediment-hosted deposits and in developing new exploration methods and decision tools to help targeting the biggest orebodies as early as possible, in order to reduce the economic risks and environmental impacts in identifying increasingly deeper orebodies

 

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KEYNOTE CONFERENCE

What controls the size of mineral deposits?

ABSTRACT

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  (511) 313-4160 extension 257

  982 097 019

  proexplo@iimp.org.pe

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