Really delighted that I had this great opportunity to share my research in Ireland with the many Chinese colleagues! The Q&A part was just beyond expectation!! I am very happy to see the Economic Geology community is so active in China!
Really delighted to have the opportunity of sharing my very recent work at the NUI SEG student chapter online lecture!!
The results are freshly out, and I am very excited to bring in new perspective of the Irish Zn-Pb mineralisation through a great team work!
This year I am honoured to have an opportunity of organising a conference session with Prof. Zhaoshan Chang and several colleagues from France for the Goldschmidt 2021 🙂
Our session 07g-Mineral-scale analysis and geochemistry in service of Economic Geology is open for abstract submission now!! We welcome all submissions that advance our understanding of ore mineral geochemistry. The abstract submission remains open from January 15 to February 26.
The Goldschmidt 2021 will be in a hybrid format, combining an onsite meeting for delegates who can travel, with an online meeting for those who cannot. The registration system offers sufficient flexibility for delegates to switch between onsite and online participance for free until 1 June. The conference will be held from 4-9 July.
Happy New Year!!
At the end of 2020, we had the 10th paper published in our Special Issue of Critical Metals in Minerals. It is really exciting as our Special Issue will also be edited to a reprinted book by MDPI!! Check the full collections of published papers from here: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/minerals/special_issues/CMiHO. Many thanks for the excellent work of all the authors, and the amazing support from our two other guest editors Prof. Hongrui Fan and Assoc. Prof. Thomas Ulrich!!
At the beginning of 2021, I kicked off the new academic year by attending an online workshop on Birghtspace, which was organised by UCD. The 2021 may continue to be a year of Crisis. But as the Chinese characters of Crisis (危机) indicates, every Crisis consists of a Challenge ((危) and an Opportunity (机). I look forward to a year with challenges and opportunities!
Check how such knowledge can help us understand the (critical) metal behaviours, the nature of ore-forming fluids and the genesis of an ore deposit! The article is free to access and download from here: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1bvNjcTGy5wzc
How much the COVID-19 has impacted the minerals sector worldwide? Check our team work on addressing the question, which was recently published at the SEG Discovery. The article is open-access and free to download: DOI: 10.5382/SEGnews.2020-122.fea-01
Very excited of this piece of collaboration work coming out at GCA. There is a long story to tell, ups and downs, but we are all very proud that we made it!