LTU is a leading Swedish technical university with a strong focus on mining. LTU’s Center of Advanced Mining and Metallurgy (CAMM) has extensive experience of teaching and research in collaboration with the mining industry. CAMM presently encompasses over 15 full professors, 60 senior staff and over 50 postgraduate students. Close to 500 peer‐reviewed papers have been published in the last five years. Research covers the whole raw material value chain from the exploration for ores, through mining, processing, up to the final product. Luleå University of Technology has expertise in geosciences with a strong focus on ore geology, structural controls on mineralized systems, geological 3D-4D modelling, and exploration geophysics. LTU has been and still is heavily involved in exploration projects with a strong coupling to the mining industry. LTU is operating a Virtual Reality laboratory for mining related research and education and an UAV system with photogrammetry equipment and two 3-axial magnetometers for high-resolution structural investigations.
Dr. Tobias Bauer currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer at Luleå University of Technology and is an expert on structurally controlled ore deposits and 3D geological modelling. He was member of the ProMine consortium and main actor in constructing a regional scale 3D geological model of the Skellefte ore district in Sweden. He is investigating all types of deformation related to ore forming processes using conventional geological techniques but also 3D modelling, Virtual Reality, and UAV techniques. At LTU he is operating a Virtual Reality Laboratory and a UAV system with a high resolution camera and 3-axial magnetometer.
Expert on structurally controlled ore deposits and 3D geological modelling.
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