Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Time: 2:00pm - 6:35pm MST (UTC-7)
Location: Online using Zoom
This free symposium will consist of four 50-minute lectures, each followed by a moderated 10-minute Q&A session with the audience. The webinar is available at no cost to attendees. Advance registration is required.
The 2023 SEG Distinguished and Traveling Lecturers are providing a virtual symposium showcasing their premier talks and offering a great opportunity for a worldwide audience to engage with them through immersive presentations and interactive discussions. Each lecturer will provide one 50-minute presentation followed by a question and answer session.
The SEG Lecturers are globally recognized individuals that serve as ambassadors for the Society. Lecturers are excellent speakers selected each year based on their significant contributions to the field of economic geology. The SEG Distinguished Lecturer and Traveling Lecturer Programs provide support for the lecturers to present to SEG Student Chapters, universities, and minerals industry events around the world. This symposium will continue the mission of the program to reach a broader audience, especially to students and early career professionals.
|Start Time (MST; UTC-7)
||Welcome and introductions
||Valeria Nogales, Moderator
||SEG updates and Lecturers Program overview
||Jennifer Craig, SEG Executive Director
||Unconventional magmatic sulfide systems: Looking outside of the box for the next new Ni-Cu-PGE discovery
||David Holwell, SEG Distinguished Lecturer
||Q&A with David
||Geometallurgy — discovery to closure
||Kathy Ehrig, International Exchange Lecturer
||Q&A with Kathy
||2023 summary comments
||Stuart Simmons, SEG President
||Geological characteristics and genetic types of rare metal deposits in China
||Shao-Yong Jiang, Regional Vice President Lecturer
||Q&A with Shao-Yong
||The Mineral Systems approach to exploration — are we capitalizing on its promise and avoiding its pitfalls?
||Sally Goodman, Thayer Lindsley Visiting Lecturer
||Q&A with Sally
||Upcoming goals and initiatives for 2024
||Stephen Piercey, 2023 SEG President-Elect
SEG Distinguished Lecturer
David A. Holwell
Unconventional magmatic sulfide systems: Looking outside of the box for the next new Ni-Cu-PGE discovery
International Exchange Lecturer
Geometallurgy — discovery to closure
Thayer Lindsley Visiting Lecturer
The Mineral Systems approach to exploration — are we capitalizing on its promise and avoiding its pitfalls?
Regional Vice President Lecturer
Geological characteristics and genetic types of rare metal deposits in China
SEG Student Member, Cornell University
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2023 SEG Lecturers