Career Paths in Physics
- The event will be conducted via Zoom, and anyone interested is welcome to attend.
- The seminar series will kick off on March 9, 4:30-5:30 pm and run each week until May 18.
- The seminars will be followed by Q&A sessions.
Yves Van Haarlem, Mineral Resources, Lucas Heights, CSIRO.
Yves studied Physics at Ghent university and received his PhD in particle physics at the same university while working and living at a particle accelerator facility in Hamburg, Germany. He moved to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh to research how elementary particles stick together (postdoc). Thereafter, Yves started at CSIRO in 2010 as a research scientist in the mineral resources department, where he and his team develop sensors that enable ore sorting and real time mineral process control. Yves is also involved in industry engagement and commercialising newly developed technologies.