Monitoring the Performance of Underground Excavations Workshop

2 November 2020 | Brisbane, QLD

 

This workshop will be run alongside the UMT 2020 Conference. More information will be available soon.

 

Workshop Facilitator

Associate Professor Johan Wesseloo
Director
Australian Centre for Geomechanics

Since obtaining a BEng (Civil) and MEng (Geotechnical) from The University of Pretoria, Johan has been involved in geotechnical engineering in open pit and underground environments throughout 14 countries. He commenced his career in 1998 as a geotechnical engineer at SRK Consulting in Johannesburg where his experience included open pit and underground projects in varying geotechnical conditions. In 2005 he was awarded a PhD (Geotechnical) from The University of Pretoria. Johan joined the ACG in 2007 as a Research Fellow. During his time at the ACG, Johan has been involved in research, the supervision of postgraduate students and geotechnical training. He also performs geotechnical and mining-induced seismicity reviews providing him with the valuable opportunity to visit numerous operations worldwide. Johan was instrumental in the development of the mXrap software and many of the software routines and apps available in that platform. Johan is a Fellow of The Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He was awarded the SAIMM Gold medal in 2006 and 2016, and the SAIMM Silver Medal in 2014. In May 2019, Johan was appointed Centre Director.

Shotcrete Design, Application and Ground Response Seminar

6 November 2020 | Brisbane, QLD

This one-day seminar will run alongside the UMT 2020 Conference.

It is aimed at site personnel involved in the design, implementation and quality assurance of shotcrete/fibrecrete in mining and civil engineering.

The seminar will be presented by practitioners with experience in shotcrete processes who are willing to pass on their knowledge in a general forum.

More information available on the Shotcrete 2020 Website.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this seminar, independent of UMT 2020.

 

 

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