Working together to promote premier, multi-disciplinary research and development in the area of minerals beneficiation
Thesis Title: The development of an integrated approach for Acid Rock Drainage (ARD) prediction from waste rock.
Supervisor(s): Susan T. L. Harrison, Jennifer L. Broadhurst, and Megan Becker
Thesis Title: Exploring the tensions within and role of civil society in the just and fair transition to a climate-resilient and low carbon economy, through a case study of the Mpumalanga coal fields in South Africa.
Supervisor(s): Jennifer L. Broadhurst
Thesis Title: Characterising potential health risks associated with coal dust.
Supervisor(s): Jennifer L. Broadhurst, Megan Becker, Jore van Holdt
Thesis Title: Developing a water accounting and assessment protocol for water management of mining and minerals processing.
Thesis Title: Reusing sulfidic coal waste: early stage development and early consideration of technology transfer.
Supervisor(s): Susan T. L. Harrison, Jennifer L. Broadhurst
Thesis Title: Developing a process mineralogy approach towards the design of viable process flowsheets with a focus on zinc sulphide processing.
Supervisor(s): Jochen Petersen, Megan Becker
Thesis Title: An integrated approach for the transformation of post-mining land use in South Africa.
Supervisor(s): Jennifer L. Broadhurst, Brett Cohen
Thesis Title: Empowering women through new models for mining in SA, in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.