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Mann Redmayne Medal

About the prize

The Mann Redmayne Medal is awarded to a member of IOM3 or AusIMM for the best paper published in IMM Transactions – (A) Mining Technology, (B) Applied Earth Science, or (C) Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy. The medal and certificate is presented to the first author with preference to research students or those in the early part of their industry career. This award is supported jointly with AusIMM. 

You can view the full list of 2020 IOM3 award winners here.

Mann Redmayne Medal Winners

2019Rhys F Davies et al.Applied Earth Science
Litho-structural controls on orogenic gold deposits within the Sandstone greenstone belt, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia: Implications for exploration targeting1284
2018N. N. Chombong, C. E. Suh, B. Lehmann, A. Vishiti, D. C. Ilouga, E. M. Shemang, B. S. Tantoh & A. C. Kedia
Applied Earth Science
Host rock geochemistry, texture and chemical composition of magnetite in iron ore in the Neoarchaean Nyong unit in southern Cameroon1263
2018L. Montiel, R. Dimitrakopoulos & K. Kawahata
Mining Technology
Globally optimising open-pit and underground mining operations under geological uncertainty1251
2018C. Tunsu, C. Ekberg, M. Foreman & T. Retegan
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Targeting fluorescent lamp waste for the recovery of cerium, lanthanum, europium, gadolinium, terbium and yttrium1254
2017J. P. Sykes, J. P. Wright & A. Trench
Applied Earth Science
Discovery, supply and demand: From Metals of Antiquity to critical metals1251
2017C. Drover & E. Villaescusa
Mining Technology
Estimation of dynamic load demand on a ground support scheme due to a large structurally controlled violent failure – a case study1254
2017J. Zhao & C. E. Loo
Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Review
Dependence of flame front speed on iron ore sintering conditions1253
2016T. T. Werner, G. M. Mudd & S. M. Jowitt
Applied Earth Science
Indium: key issues in assessing mineral resources and long-term supply from recycling1244
2016F. Dorey & P. F. Knights
Mining Technology
Quantifying the benefits of simulator training for dragline operators1242
2016S. T. Abrahami, Y. Xiao & Y. Yang
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Rare-earth elements recovery from post-consumer hard-disc drives1242
2015F. E. Minz, J. Lasskogen, C. Wanhainen & P. Lamberg
Applied Earth Science
Lithology and mineralisation types of the Rockliden Zn–Cu massive sulphide deposit, north-central Sweden: Implications for ore processing1231
2015H. M. Ahmed, E. Eberhardt & W. S. Dunbar
Mining Technology
Interaction between block caving and rock slope deformation kinematics as a function of cave position and orientation of discontinuities1233
2015Sazzad Ahmad, Muhammad Akbar Rhamdhani, Mark I. Pownceby & Warren J. Bruckard
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Thermodynamic assessment and experimental study of sulphidation of ilmenite and chromite1233
2014A Daniels & J Mascini
Applied Earth Science
The benefits of mine scale three-dimensional structural modelling at Macraes Gold Mine, Central Otago, New Zealand: a case study1221
2014R Goodfellow & R Dimitrakopoulos
Mining Technology
Algorithmic integration of geological uncertainty in pushback designs for complex multiprocess open pit mines1222
2014J Zhang & N Subasinghe
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Extracting ore texture information using image analysis1213
2013S M Jowitt & R R Keays
Applied Earth Science
Shale-hosted Ni–(Cu–PGE) mineralisation: a global overview1204
2012X. L. Ge, O. Grinder & S. Seetharaman
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
The salt extraction process: a novel route for metal extraction Part I – Cr, Fe recovery from EAF slags and low grade chromite ores1191
2012X. L. Ge & S. Seetharaman
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
The salt extraction process – a novel route for metal extraction Part 2 – Cu/Fe extraction from copper oxide and sulphides1192
2012X. L. Ge, S. J. Xiao, G. M. Haarberg & S. Seetharaman
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Salt extraction process–novel route for metal extraction Part 3–electrochemical behaviours of metal ions(Cr, Cu, Fe, Mg, Mn) in molten (CaCl2–)NaCl–KCl salt system1193
2011N. Chapman, K. Prince, P. Evans, F. Radke, P. Hayward & N. Lester
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Identifying gold losses through application of SIMS technology1194
2010F. R. Albor Consuegra & R. Dimitrakopoulos
Mining Technology
Stochastic mine design optimisation based on simulated annealing: pit limits, production schedules, multiple orebody scenarios and sensitivity analysis1182
2009M. Suput, R. Delucas, S. Pati, G. Ye, U. Pal & A. C. Powell IV
Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy
Solid oxide membrane technology for environmentally sound production of titanium1172

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