BRIMM Webinar – The Role of Data Science in Advancing Mine Water Management and Stewardship

Water Stewardship,

We are excited to announce the launch of our Water Steward Theme with this webinar: The Role of Data Science in Advancing Mine Water Management and Stewardship. This webinar will feature a panel discussion moderated by theme lead Dr. Nadja Kunz.

In preparation this event, we will be posting a number of ~10 minute video presentations online that will focus on this topic. These will be available to viewing on our Youtube Channel starting June 7th and will be linked to on this page and promoted via social media.

The webinar will be held on June 16th, 2021 at 1:00 pm PDT (6:00 am AEST & 8:00 pm GMT).

We will be providing live Spanish, French and Portuguese (Br) translations.

Register here or at the bottom of the page. Thank you for joining us and we look forward to sharing our research with you.


1:00-1:10pm (10 mins):  Welcome and introduction from John Steen, BRIMM Director

1:10-1:25pm (15 mins): Overview of the BRIMM water stewardship theme by Nadja Kunz

1:25-1:40pm (15 mins):  Brief snapshots of pre-recorded talks by faculty members

1:40-2:20pm (40 mins):  Panel discussion on Data Science for Improved Water Management and Stewardship (moderated by Nadja):

Bhushan Gopaluni (Chemical and Biological Engineering)

Wenying Liu (Materials Engineering)

Ali Ameli (Earth and Ocean Sciences)

Jocelyn Fraser (NBK Mining Engineering)

2:20-2:55pm (35 mins):  Questions and conversation with the audience

2:55-3:00pm (5 mins):  Event close and thank you from John Steen, BRIMM Director

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