Passionate graduate student in extractive metallurgy with solid industrial experience, a diverse academic background, and strong leadership and relationship-building skills.
Thesis work comprises of flotation fundamentals including zeta potential, contact angle, adsorption density as well lab scale flotation. Expected graduation date: May 2016
European Minerals Engineering Course. Studied plant automation, metallurgical plant design, and flotation.
European Minerals Engineering Course. Focused on mineral processing including comminution and agglomeration.
European Minerals Engineering Course. Took courses in hydrometallurgy, biometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, and mineral economics.
Graduated with honors, cum laude.
Working with lab and pilot plant scale project in minerals processing including flotation, magnetic separation, screening.
Society of Mining, Metallurgy,and Exploration, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, Blue Key Honor Society, Materials Advantage, Alpha Phi, International Intercollegiate Mining Games
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