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Thursday, 7 March 2024 8:00 AM - Friday, 8 March 2024 10:00 PM AEST
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Following the huge success of our March 2023 meeting in Hobart, our next workshop will be on Mass Mining, Large open stoping and Caving.
It will be the first meeting we’ve held on the Gold Coast. It will be another workshop not to be missed. If you’d like to present or sponsor, please contact us at email@example.com .
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The EAGCG exists to provide a forum for ground control practitioners to exchange ideas and disseminate information on ground control in an informal environment. It also provides a technical support network for isolated members.
It achieves these goals by holding two-day technical meetings twice a year at various mining centres or in nearby cities.
The Group is independent; it exists for the members and is run by the members.
Membership is open to all persons who attend any of the meetings and to all persons interested in ground control in mining in Australasia. Membership includes, but is not restricted to, mine site personnel, suppliers, consultants and regulators.
There is no fee to belong to the Group.
Attendance at meetings provides Chartered Professional Development (CPD) points.
As a Director of Hexagon Mine Monitoring, Neal manages sales, service and support of the mine monitoring business in the Asia Pacific region. At Hexagon from 2011, Neal has undertaken numerous senior management roles, including leading the Product Management teams, New Business (Technology Partners and Autonomous Mining Strategy) and management of the American Mining Business. Neal has worked in Mining for 25 years, as a consultant geotechnical engineer, managing geotechnical service teams, as well as roles in research organisations. He has a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Cardiff University of Wales and a PhD in Mining Engineering from UQ with a focus on Rock Mechanics.
Extracting geotechnical data from core photography using machine learning
Application of distributed fiber optic sensing in mines
Topic: for Abaqus and its benefits for caving simulation. Dr. Stephan Arndt is Head of Technology and Innovation for Mining One. The focus of his work is on advanced 3D numerical modelling methods for open pit, underground and cave mining operations. His previous roles include Senior Manager in Dassault Systèmes' GEOVIA and A/Professor and Director Mining & Resources Engineering at Monash University. He has been mentoring and managing teams specialized in Geomechanics for Mining and Oil & Gas over the last two decades. With over 30 years experience in advanced simulation methods, coupled multi-physics, seismicity, discrete fracture networks and constitutive models in applications of rock mechanics, he has been part of studies for major mining projects in Australia and overseas and has served on various committees and industry advisory boards.
Topic: What is going on with caving?
Dr Beck received his BE (Hons.) Mining and PhD in Rock Mechanics from The University of Queensland. David worked for Mount Isa Mines, before becoming a consultant specialising in deep and high stress mining and simulation of complex rock mechanics problems. David is currently General Manager of Beck Engineering Pty Ltd, which is a rock mechanics and mining engineering consultancy specialising in simulation aided engineering and design.
Surface support using Thin Spray-on Liners from lab testing to field trials
Split Set Mining Systems / Phoenix Metalform
Black Rock Mining
Equilibrium Mining Consulting
Pitt & Sherry
Master Builders Solutions
Principal Geotechnical Engineer (Underground)
Beck Engineering Pty Ltd.
Senior Geotechnical Engineer
East Coast Manager - Ground Support
Split Set Mining Systems
The University of Queensland
Institute of Mine Seismology (IMS)
Head of Technology and Innovation
Mining One Pty Ltd
Manager Geotechnical Engineering
General Manager - Australian Operations
Geotechnical Engineer & Geotech Product Owner
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