AusIMM Metallurgical Society
The AusIMM Metallurgical Society exists to meet the professional needs of members whose field of interest and profession is Metallurgy – predominantly minerals processing, hydrometallurgy and pyrometallurgy – and to promote their profile in the community generally.
Metallurgical Society Committee Members
Aidan Giblett (Chair), Karen McCaffery (Deputy Chair), Diana Drinkwater (Immediate Past Chair), Peter Bartsch, Peter Colvin, Andrew Newell, David Pollard, Aidan Ryan, Philip Stewart.
Becoming a Society member
AusIMM members with an interest in metallurgical issues can join the Society by ticking the ‘Metallurgical Society’ in the Joining a Community section of the Members’ Area (click here to login to your profile). Members of the Society are eligible to vote in committee elections, and will receive the Society newsletter and occassional emails relevant to the group.
Stay up to date with the latest news, activities and articles from the Metallurgical Society by visiting the Metallurgy page on the AusIMM Bulletin website. If you have a story that may interest our readers, please let us know via the feedback form.
Archived newsletters prior to 2015 can be accessed here.
Conferences and Events
The Society works closely with the AusIMM Conference team to promote the group's activities at relevant events. A full list of conferences can be found here.
For upcoming Metallurgical Society events please visit the AusIMM Events Calendar.
G D Delprat Distinguished Lecture 2016 - 2011
The Distinguished Lecturer for 2016 is Professor
Emeritus Tim Napier-Munn FAusIMM(CP). More information on the 2016 lecture can
be found here.
Previous lecture transcripts, slides or podcasts can be found here.
Education and Career Initiatives
The Society provides guidance on scholarships and grants available to student wishing to undertake studies and research in metallurgy. The Society also provides input into a diverse range of career materials including:
- career profiles for extractive metallurgists, hydrometallurgists, pyrometallurgists, minerals processing engineers, chemical engineers, etc
- Graduate Program Guidelines for metallurgists.
The Society works closely with AusIMM Publications to ensure quality technical publications relating to the profession of metallurgy are made availabile. For more information on publications visit the AusIMM Shop.
As a member of the Editorial Committee the Society strives to ensure topics of technical interest for members are incorporated in Transaction C including reviewing papers and advising on best papers for awards. Visit Transactions C here.
Minerals Processing Toolbox
Mineral Processing Toolbox is a compilation of minerals processing information on a
range of topics. Members are encouraged to contribute to this useful resource by
emailing Toolbox Coordinator Diana Drinkwater at firstname.lastname@example.org
Access the Toolbox from the Members Only section