12 October 2022
Time: 6:30 PM – 9 PM
Fosterville Gold Room, Central Deborah Gold Mine, 76 Violet Street, Bendigo
Paul obtained a BSc in Land Surveying in 1975 from Otago University, NZ, and qualified as a registered surveyor in 1978.
For ten years, he mainly worked on engineering and hydrographic projects across the globe, including New Zealand, Samoa, Holland, Germany, Algeria, Singapore, and Australia – transitioning from fieldwork to computer programming over that time.
When Micromine was established in Perth in 1986, Paul was one of two programmers employed by the company. In the 1990s, Paul began managing the software development process, and in 2002, he established Micromine’s office in Brisbane, Australia.
His experience and knowledge have significantly contributed to today’s world-leading exploration and mining solutions, Micromine Origin and Micromine Beyond.
Since 1986, Micromine has transformed technological and industry expertise into valuable solutions, delivering eight innovative products to the global mineral resources industry. We are future-focused, with bold aspirations to shape the next generation of technology that empowers clients to achieve outstanding operational and business growth. With over 22 offices globally, Micromine has become an integral part of the mining sector. Micromine operates in more than 90 countries, with over 50 active mine sites, and 3,000 diverse projects.
$15 (finger food and drinks provided)
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