CEMI is hosting a Exploration theme Student Presentation event at the 2014 PDAC Convention in Toronto, Ontario. Students participating in various research projects sponsored by CEMI will be presenting their most recent findings at this event. CEMI stakeholders are encouraged to attend. Poster

FindMine Student Day

PDAC Convention 2014, Toronto, ON
Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building)
Level 100 – Reception Hall 104B
March 4, 2014 – 9:00am – 12:30pm

Presentations:

Fabio Cafagna
Experimental Studies on the Importance of Metalloids During the Formation of the Cu-PGE Footwall deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex (Canada)

Taus Joergensen
Evolution of the Sudbury Igneous Complex Contact Metamorphic Aureole and Controls on Anatexis

Craig Stewart
Assessment and characterization of alteration in the footwall and granophyre of the Sudbury Igneous Complex

Tomas Naprstek
Modelling the Radio Imaging Method using Electric Dipoles in a Homogeneous Whole Space

Christoph Schaub
Determining the feasibility of a real time geophysical magnetic and electric measurement system for monitoring strain underground

Michal Kolaj
A multiple transmitter and receiver electromagnetic system for improved target detection

Denise Anders
Southern Parkin Offset Dyke – First results

Martina Bertelli
Application of lithogeochemistry to exploration for Ni-Cu-PGE deposits in the Sudbury region, Ontario, Canada

Adam Coulter
Temperature Constraints during emplacement of the Parkin Offset Dyke, Sudbury impact structure, Canada

Sean Israelson
Enigmatic mineralization in the Foy offset dike, Sudbury, Canada

Eric Pilles
Variations in lithology within the Foy Offset Dyke, Sudbury, Canada

John Weirich
Sudbury Breccia of the East Range

To RSVP to this event, please contact Courtney Folz at cfolz@miningexcellence.ca or (705) 673-6568 no later than February 28, 2014. There is no fee to attend this presentation. All are welcome!