Our interdisciplinary researchers are working to improve the mining sector through innovations in sustainable minerals processing and developing new energy materials for renewable energy sector.
We work with explorers, miners and mining equipment, technology and service (METS) providers to tackle some of the sector’s most challenging problems.
Working closely with our partners, we can provide end-to-end solutions – from shaping technological problems, analysing the solutions through simulation, through to testing prototypes in our facilities and in the field.
Leverage our expertise and unique value proposition of full integration across the value chain.
We invite you to join us at the leading edge.
Our research collaborations deliver innovative solutions with transformative outcomes for industry, communities and the environment.
Next-generation digital mining
Analysing the large volumes of data being produced in modern mines can identify opportunities to optimise mine operations and maximise value.
Agile logistics and mine planning
New mining techniques and mine designs are being developed to incorporate real-time responsiveness to unfolding environmental conditions to optimise operations along mining and processing supply chains.
Upgrades to existing mineral processing units and the introduction of new technologies can improve extraction rates and reduce waste impacts.
- Professor Adrian PearceDirector, Sustainable Resources
- Dr Christopher Goodes
Enterprise Professor, Sustainable Resources
Research team leaders
- Dr Ben Rubinstein
Program leader, Next-generation digital mining
- Dr Michelle Blom
Program leader, Agile logistics and mine planning
- Dr Kathryn Mumford
Program leader, Process productivity
News and events
As the world ‘decarbonises’, one of the key components of the electrification underpinning renewable energy generation is battery technology.News
Mapping the massive network of tunnels that give miners underground access to mineral ores is an expensive and time-consuming process, but new optimisation software, inspired by the complexity of the microchip, could save the industry millionsPursuit