Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Summer term 2013 program

The SEG Student Chapter Munich is pleased to announce the summer term 2013 program. We invited four speakers to talk about regional mineral commodities (graphite and tungsten), international iron ore (BIFs in Australia), and anthropogenic Pb-Zn sources in waste combustion slags. The first 2 talks were held on tuesdays, 5:15 PM at the TUM, Lehrstuhl für Ingenieurgeologie, room 2408 on May 14th and June 5th. The 3rd talk is on July 4th in room 3404. The location of the talk on friday, July 12th will be announced soon. We will also organize field trips on various topics such as tungsten, lead-zinc, fluviatile sand & gravel, and clay deposits close to Munich and Landshut, and in Austria.

The talk by Steffen Hagemann will be part of the Weekly Seminars of the "Frontiers in Earth Sciences" at the LMU on Friday, 14:00 – 16:00, Luisenstr. 37, Room HS 131

Lecture program

May 14th, 2013
Ressourcenrelevante Metalle und die Rückgewinnung von Zink und Blei aus thermisch behandeltem Abfall / Pb-Zn in waste combustion slags
Speaker: Amanda Günther (LMU München)

June 4th, 2013
Graphite: Ein Mineral mit glänzender Zukunft / Graphite: A mineral with a shiny futur
Speaker: Christoph Frey (former Graphit Kropfmühl AG/AMG)

July 4th, 2013
Tungsten - from deposit to market
Speaker: Steffen Schmidt (Wolfram Bergbau- und Hütten AG)

July 12th, 2013 
Mineral System Analyses of high-grade BIF iron ore mineralization and the translation to exploration targeting
Speaker: Steffen Hagemann (School of Earth and Environment/The University of Western Australia)

Field trips

August 1st, 2013
Isar river fluviatile sand and gravel in Munich/Thalkirchen
lead by SEG Student Chapter Munich.

Mid August 2013  
Alpine Pb-Zn deposits
lead by "to be announced".

September 10th, 2013  
Mittersill tungsten mine (Austria)
lead by the mine geologist.

September 17th or 18th, 2013  
Aggregate and bentonite production near Landshut/Bavaria
lead by Ph.D. student M. Köster.

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