REFLEX’s 4th Annual Technology Symposium

A forum for sharing ideas and showcasing applications of new technology.

Interact with those at the forefront of innovation in our industry

The REFLEX Annual Technology Symposium is a forum for sharing big ideas, new technologies and pioneering new processes in mineral exploration and mining. As the leader in real-time, sub-surface intelligence solutions for the global minerals industry, REFLEX supports industry-wide education across a number of platforms globally including this symposium in advance of the AMEBC Mineral Roundup Conference.

Join us 

Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, 580 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1L6, SFU Downtown Vancouver

Rear entrance off Seymour Street courtyard entrance adjoining the Vancouver Delta Hotel and Suites

Friday 19th January, 2018

8:00 am-4:30 pm

$150 includes lunch and drinks reception
Student and underemployed discount available

Drinks reception
4:30 pm – 7:00 pm at Malone’s


Detailed Programme to come

8:00 am Opening address and introductions

9:00 am Speakers

10:00 am Morning tea break

11:00 am Speakers

12:00 pm Lunch break

1:00 pm Speakers

2:00 pm Afternoon tea break

3:00 pm Speakers

5:00 pm Drinks Reception

Confirmed Speakers:

David Turner PhD – MineSense: Real-time, Sensor-based Ore Sorting for Large Scale Mines

Luciano Gobbo PhD – Panalytical: Advances of XRD for Mining

Aaron Baensch – Olympus: 2007-2017 – The Portable XRF Decade

Peter Winterburn PhD – UBC – MDRU:  Exploration Geochemistry

Bonnie Broman – Trilogy Metals: Practical Applications of Geometallurgy – Putting the Geo into GeoMet

Gervais Perron PhD – Mira Geoscience: Advances in 3D Modelling Software

Sam Cantor MDRU MSc Candidate: New Techniques to Quantify Carbonate Alteration in Peru

Mark Kolebaba – Adamera Minerals: Exploring for High-grade Gold in Washington State Using High Resolution Datasets Collected on a Shoestring Budget: A New Approach to an Old District

Lindsey Heagy – UBC Geophysical Inversion Facility PhD Candidate: The role of open source in the future of geoscience education

Michelle Tappert PhD – Hyperspectral Intelligence: Advances in Hyperspectral Data and Interpretation

Rob McLeod MSc – IDM Mining: Updates and Tech Applications at Red Mountain (TBC)

Réjean Girard – IOS Geoscientifiques: Automated mineralogy in exploration: Can robotics replace the human eye?

Geoff Burtner – Oriented Targeting Solutions: Real-Time Geochemistry for Development and Exploration: Lessons from the REFLEX Lab-at-Rig™ Beta Deployment

Chris Brown – Oriented Targeting Solutions: Real-Time Targeting with Qualified Structural Data from Oriented Core

Isaac Fage – The GroundTruth Method – High Efficiency Drilling Paired with FPXRF and Optical televiewer

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