Date(s) - Tuesday, 03/12/2019
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
“Future Mega Challenges – Water & Energy” – Positioning AMIRA’s Members to serve society’s future resource needs.
Tuesday, 3 December 2019
8am – 1pm
The presentation will commence with a light breakfast at 8am (AEST) and conclude at approximately 1pm, with a light lunch.
Queensland University of Technology
Gardens Point Campus
2 George Street, Brisbane City
P Block, Level 5, Room 505
Session 1: Research panel (Chaired by Adele Seymon, Program Director – Exploration to Mine & Sustainability, AMIRA International).
Researching to support industry’s Future Mega Challenges, research trends in these topics, especially in the fusion of science and technological advancements.
Session 2: Translating research to technology and capability for industry. (Chaired by Richard Macoun, Program Director – Mine to Metal, AMIRA International).
Linking research outcomes to industry impacts enables a focus for delivery. This session explores the inherent challenges around translating research to industry, and advances being made to secure advances in technology and capability.
Session 3: Closing Panel: Implications for Research & Development and Industry Focus (Chaired by Jacqui Coombes, CEO, AMIRA International).
This is an opportunity for an interactive discussion on actions required to meet the Mega Challenges.
We are delighted to announce that the following panellists will be participating in our Ideas Factory.
Marcin Ziemski (University of QLD)
Kevin Galvin (University of Newcastle)
Nick Beaton (CRC Ore)
Clytie Dangar (CRC Ore)
Johnathan Loraine (Core Resources)
Kaylene Camuti (James Cook University)
Steven Chambers (Griffith University)
Please RSVP to Courtney Fallon@amirainternational.com, by no later than 5:00pm AWST on Wednesday 27th November, with any dietary requirements.
Places are limited