Ana Luiza C. B. de Carvalho is a mining engineer with experience in different areas of mineral processing engineering: leaching, flotation, undergroung mining and numerical modelling. Her professional career is focused on researching and teaching. Since 2017 she works at the Federal University of Southern and Southeastern of Pará (UNIFESSPA). From 2017 to 2018, she was the responsible for the Mineral Processing Laboratory, and since April 2018 she has been working as a lecturer of the Mining Engineering course at the same university. Since 2019 she is a researcher assistent at TU Clausthal (Germany), working on the SULTAN (European Training Network for the Remediation and Reprocessing of Sulfidic Mining Waste Sites) project with a researcher focused on the agglomeration of fine grained particles to improve flotation.
Ana Luiza has a B.Sc. in Mining Engineering from the Federal University of Pará (Brazil), with one year of academic exchange at the University of Bologna (Italy), and a MSc Degree in Mineral Engineering from the Federal University of Ouro Preto (Brazil).
Poster: Innovative ultra-fine particle flotation through agglomeration for the reprocessing of sulfidic tailingsSULTAN_poster_ESR6_Ana Luiza de Carvalho
Starting from the removal of the ore from the ground to its transformation into a concentrate, several unsellable products are generated.
SULTAN project poster
The 3rd Network Wide Event (NWE3) of SULTAN project not only allows early researchers and partners to exchange scientific ideas but also offer magnificent hands-on experiences at the same time: A brief travel into the past and gain useful knowledge for future sustainable mining
On the first day, the SULTAN colleagues reunited in Freiberg, almost 7 months after the kick-off meeting in Leuven, and were happy to greet each other again before the official meeting started.
Summer Schools tend to be interdisciplinary courses, which mean that you will meet people who work in the same area as you, and you can also work with people from different backgrounds.