|Graeme Jameson with his award in Canberra|
Prof. Jameson' research continues to push the boundaries and he is currently working on the Novacell, a Fluidised Bed Flotation Cell that has the potential to make massive reductions in the energy used in the minerals industry. The device will increase the upper particle size limit of flotation and drastically reduce the mining industry's energy and water consumption. He will be presenting a paper on coarse particle flotation in fluidised beds in 4 weeks' time at Flotation '15 in Cape Town.
I have known Graeme Jameson for several years. He has presented research papers at all MEI’s Flotation conferences and was a keynote lecturer at Flotation ’09. He is a long-standing member of the Editorial Board of Minerals Engineering and is the recipient of many major awards. I was pleased to nominate him for International Mining’s Hall of Fame, into which he was inaugurated in 2014. In 2013 he was awarded the SME’s prestigious Antoine Gaudin Award in Denver.
|Graeme with Barbara and me in Santiago-Chile, 2014|
We at MEI feel honoured to have such a good association with Prof. Jameson and his work.