Bryan Maybee

Deputy-Head, Department of Mineral & Energy Economics (DMEE)
Curtin Graduate School of Business (CGSB)
Dr. Bryan Maybee is Deputy-Head of the Department of Mineral and Energy Economics (DMEE) and is a Research Associate Professor with the Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET). Prior to these appointments, Dr. Maybee held positions as Financial Officer, Research Associate (Mine Planning) and Project Leader with MIRARCO – Mining Innovation, a Canadian not-for-profit mining research organization housed at Laurentian University in Canada.
Dr. Maybee is a Consultant to the World Bank working on issues associated with the taxation of mineral projects in Africa. He holds a PhD in Natural Resources Engineering from Laurentian University and a MBA from Dalhousie University, specializing in Finance and Accounting. His research looks at the application of theories and tools from the finance industry to foster improved strategic decision-making practices within the minerals sector. This research has seen him work with many major mining companies developing tools and methodologies to improve the underground planning process.

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Operational Foundations of Mining (edX)

This course provides learners with an overview of the technical operating components of a mining system that moves valuable material from ore, as it resides in the ground, to a beneficiated product that is saleable at various points along the value chain. In this course we will investigate different [...]
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Digital Transformation of Mining (edX)

This course provides learners with an overview of applications of digital technology across the value chain, including automation, monitoring and remote operations, to optimise the value extracted from a minerals deposit. It will also investigate how digitisation of the sector will likely change the required mining skills of the [...]
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The Minerals and Mining Business (edX)

This course provides learners with an overview of the mining sector through the lens of the value chain, examining how companies and other stakeholders explore for and then transform a mineral resource to create valuable products and other forms of capital.
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The Business of Mining (edX)

Learn the theory behind running a mine and see if you've got what it takes to explore, plan, operate and close a mining operation. Mining underpins much of our technology and industries as well as modern society in general. A successful mine should be run efficiently and responsibly from [...]
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