Dr Tânia Martins
Tânia Martins obtained her PhD in Geology in 2009 from the University of Porto (Portugal) studying Li-Sn-Nb-Ta mineralization in granitic pegmatites. In 2010 and 2011 Tânia worked at the University of Manitoba, Canada, on the mineralogy of alkaline rocks and carbonatites. Tânia joined the Manitoba Geological Survey in November 2011 and has since May 2023, been Chief Geologist for the Precambrian Geoscience section.
Dr Wei Jian
Wei Jian (PhD 2015, Technische Universität Clausthal, Germany) is Associate Researcher at the China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China. His principal research interests are in the mineralogy, fluid inclusion, and ore-forming process of hydrothermal gold deposits.
Dr Alla Dolgopolova
Alla Dolgopolova (PhD 2005 Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London) is a Principal Researcher at the Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom and Co-Leader of CERCAMS (Centre for Russian and Central Eurasian Mineral Studies). She researches the behaviour of metals critical for our modern economy in earth systems. Alla is a Visiting Professor at The Ocean University of China, Qingdao, and Adjunct Professor at universities in Almaty and Oskemen (Kazakhstan).
Prof David Lentz
David Lentz (PhD 1992 University of Ottawa) is Research Chair in Economic Geology at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. His principal research interests include magmatic-hydrothermal associated with the formation of massive-sulphide deposits, porphyry Cu-Mo-Au systems, and granite-related Sn-W-Mo-Au skarn, IOA (Iron Oxide Apatite) and IOCG (Iron Oxide Copper-Gold, REY, U) systems.
Prof Jens Andersen
Publications Manager and Webmaster
Jens Andersen (PhD 1996 University of Copenhagen) is Associate Professor of Economic Geology at Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter, United Kingdom. His principal research focus is to develop our understanding of metals associated with igneous rocks, including PGE, Ni, Co, V, and Ti in mafic–ultramafic layered intrusions and Li, In, Sn and W in granite-related magmatic-hydrothermal systems.