Aubrey Mainze教授作关于Using Positron Emission Particle Tracking to advance measurements and modelling of comminution and classification systems的学术报告
David Deglon教授作Energy and Turbulence in Flotation的学术报告
Professor David Deglon
David Deglon is a Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Cape Town. He has a BSc Chemical Engineering (Wits, 1989), a PhD (UCT, 1999) and an MBA (UCT, 2002). He worked for some years within the Rand Mines group as a metallurgist on coal, gold and platinum operations. He left Rand Mines in 1992 and joined UCT as a research officer in the Department of Chemical Engineering. In 1996 he was appointed as a senior lecturer and was promoted to associate professor in 2006 and full professor in 2010. In 2013 he was appointed as the Anglo American Platinum Chair in Minerals Processing and Director of the Centre for Minerals Research. He is on the editorial board for Minerals Engineering and is Vice-Chairman Designate for the International Mineral Processing Council.
Professor Aubrey Mainza
Prof Aubrey Mainza graduated with a Bachelor of Science (majoring in Metallurgy and Mineral Processing) from the University of Zambia in 1998. He completed his PhD in Mechanical Engineering (specializing in the areas of comminution and classification in mineral processing) at UCT in 2006. He joined the Centre for Minerals Research as a Research Officer in 2002, then became a Senior Research Officer and in 2007 he took up the role of Head of Comminution Research in the Centre for Minerals Research. In 2008 Aubrey was appointed as Senior Lecturer and took an active role in undergraduate teaching core Chemical Engineering and Minerals Elective Courses within the Department of Chemical Engineering. Aubrey become an Associate Professor in 2013 and a Professor at the beginning of 2016. Aubrey is the currently the Deputy Director and Head of Comminution research for the CMR, and participates extensively in collaborative research with international universities, mining companies, and comminution and classification equipment manufacturers.