Eric Lilford

Eric Lilford is an Associate Professor in Minerals and Energy Economics at Curtin University. His research background includes advanced mineral valuation methodologies, calculating risk and evaluating the numerous impacts that various legislation has on companies and fiscal systems, worldwide. He also researches climate change and clean energy, from a mixed technical-economic perspective. He lectures numerous courses into the Masters of Minerals and Energy Economics degree.

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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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