CRC ORE Early Career Researcher - Alfred Septian


CRC ORE early career researcher Alfred Septian describes his work in promoting selective breakage using various forms of abrasion technique. Alfred’s research investigates using the characteristics of surface breakage of ores as a new learning concept to increase feed upgrade. This project has the potential to deliver significant benefits in improving the economic and environmental sustainability of mineral comminution processing.

Alfred Septian is a Master of Philosophy (Mphil) student at The University of Queensland’s Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre (UQ-JKMRC). He was awarded a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining and Geotechnical) in December 2016 before commencing his MPhil candidature in 2018 as part of CRC ORE’s Program 3: Extract. Upon completion of his MPhil, Alfred hopes to apply his knowledge in the field with a focus on site implementation as a career. He also hopes to continue his journey towards a PHD.

CRC ORE is established and supported under the Cooperative Research Centres program, an Australian Government Initiative.

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