b'Keynote speakersAEGC 2023Presentation theme: A recipe for sedimentary-basinAshley Grant, Superintendent Geophysics & associated copper deposits will explore what we know aboutGeochemistry, BHPs Western Australian Iron Oresediment-basin associated copper mineralisation (also known as sediment-hosted copper) based on examples from the Central African Copperbelt and the Chu-Sarysu Basin, and expand into what is required to form such deposits.Dr Saygin Erdinc, Principal Research Scientist at the Deep Earth Imaging, Future Science Platform, CSIROAshley Grant has 20 years of experience in geophysics applied across a range of applications in exploration, mining, petroleum, and in the near surface. He joined BHP in 2009 and enjoys leading a diverse team of geophysicists, geochemists and geo-data scientists who are focused on delivering innovative solutions to meet our business needs across mining life cycle. Erdinc Saygin is a Principal Research Scientist at the DeepAshley has an Honours degree in geophysics from Monash Earth Imaging, Future Science Platform, CSIRO. In thisUniversity. He is passionate about driving the development of role, he leads a group of early-career research fellows,new technologies and innovation, and progressing the use and conducting research in various sub-fields of computationalgeophysics, advance sensing and data science to exploration and observational seismology. He has designed severaland mining. He led the team that developed the first log-while-scientific field campaigns to deploy and operate seismicdrilling (LWD) tool for exploration and mining reverse circulation instrumentation across Australia and Indonesia todrilling and run the first 3D seismic-while-drilling experiment of characterise the Earths crustal structure. His currentthe imaging of shallow bedded iron ore in the Pilbara.research interests span developing and applying newPresentation theme: Near surface geophysics in the mining life seismic methods to interrogating large seismic datasetscycle.using novel approaches. The outcomes of his work aim to improve the understanding of the Earths structure using advanced geophysical data and model inference methods forDr Adrian McCallum, Discipline Lead for Engineering, applications ranging from mineral exploration to subsurfaceUniversity of the Sunshine Coastgreenhouse abatement.Presentation theme: Applications of passives seismic imaging and monitoring across scales.Dr Jan Francke, International Groundradar Consulting Inc.Adrian McCallum serves as Discipline Lead for Engineering at University of the Sunshine Coast. He holds a PhD from the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge and additional degrees in oceanography, meteorology, and civil engineering. He served for twenty years across the Australian Defence Force in numerous diverse roles, and he is fortunate to have led or participated in adventurous scientific expeditions Jan Francke has spent the entirety of his 32 year career into many far-flung locations including Svalbard, Greenland, geophysics on a quest to understand where ground penetratingacross the Arctic and Antarctica, and to the Himalaya and the radar works. He runs Groundradar Inc, which designs andice caps of Patagonia. In 2002 he was awarded the Australian deploys custom GPR systems for mineral exploration, as wellCentenary Medal for his stewardship of the 2001 Australian as Geolitix, a cloud-based GPR and geophysics processingArmy Centenary Everest Expedition, and he is a Menzies Scholar platform. He has worked in 108 countries, and holds a BSc, MScand previous Director of the Menzies Foundation.and PhD all in GPR-related geophysics.Presentation theme: Geophysics in the Antarctic: reflections and Presentation theme: State of the art in near-surface geophysics. futures.FEBRUARy 2023 PREVIEW 68'