International Exchange Lecturer

The International Exchange Lecturer is selected on the basis of widely recognized research in ore deposits science and/or exploration methodology. Lecture sites are selected on the basis of the greatest possible involvement of academic, industry and government-based economic geologists.

HeadshotKeiko Hattori

SEG Fellow


  Talk Titles

  • Mantle-Derived Mafic Contributions to Ore Deposits: Porphyry, Epithermal, and VHMS
  • Use of Zircons in Mineral Exploration: Opportunities and Cautionary Notes
  • Tectonic Setting and Igneous Rocks Associated with High-Grade Epithermal Gold Deposits

  Biography

Keiko Hattori received her Ph.D. degree in geochemistry at the University of Tokyo. Since 1983, she has been a professor at the University of Ottawa, where she teaches courses on mineral deposits and geochemistry. Her ongoing and past research, much of it with nearly 50 past and present students and postdocs, includes element recycling in subduction zones and geochemical and mineralogical studies of porphyry Cu-Au, epithermal Au-Ag, Kuroko base metal, orogenic Au, and unconformity-type U deposits. Keiko is associate editor of several journals, including Economic Geology. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada as well as the Mineralogical Society of America.

  Availability

To invite Keiko, please review the calendar below and contact Keiko directly. Please keep in mind, lecturers are working professionals and have busy schedules. They have agreed to keep the calendar up to date, but may not reflect recent activity. Please allow for a seven-day response.

Airfare, meals, and other transportation costs are funded by the SEG. We require the host university/institution to cover hotel accommodation costs for one or two nights, and if possible, pick up and return the lecturer to the airport.

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