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Glacialle Tiu
Glacialle Tiu

Glacialle Tiu

PhD Student, MC
Luleå University of Technology
Ore Geology
Geosciences and Environmental Engineering
Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
+46 (0)920 493237
T1334 Luleå

Glacialle's curiosity leans toward understanding a rock’s ‘metamorphosis’ - how they are formed and transformed into useful materials. Through her industrial experience and studies, Glacialle's expertise has expanded from geology to mineral processing. Her current research focuses on the detailed geometallurgical characterization of a Zn-Pb-Ag deposit in Sweden. The research aims to develop innovative tools which can help optimize the beneficiation process economically and environmentally. 


Article in journal

Ore mineralogy and trace element (re)distribution at the metamorphosed Lappberget Zn-Pb-Ag-(Cu-Au) deposit, Garpenberg, Sweden (2021)

Tiu. G, Jansson. N, Wanhainen. C, Ghorbani. Y, Lilja. L
Ore Geology Reviews, Vol. 135
Article in journal

Tracking silver in the Lappberget Zn-Pb-Ag-(Cu-Au) deposit, Garpenberg mine, Sweden (2021)

towards a geometallurgical approach
Tiu. G, Ghorbani. Y, Jansson. N, Wanhainen. C
Minerals Engineering, Vol. 167
Article in journal

Application of machine learning techniques in mineral phase segmentation for X-ray microcomputed tomography (µCT) data (2019)

Guntoro. P, Tiu. G, Ghorbani. Y, Lund. C, Rosenkranz. J
Minerals Engineering, Vol. 142
Conference paper

Sulfide chemistry and trace element deportment at the metamorphosed Lappberget Zn-Pb-Ag-(Cu-Au) ore body, Sweden (2019)

Implications for Mineral Processing
Tiu. G, Jansson. N, Wanhainen. C, Ghorbani. Y
Part of: Life with Ore Deposits on Earth, Proceedings of the 15th SGA Biennial Meeting 2019, s. 1486-1489, 2019
Conference paper

Extracting Mineralogical and Textural Data through Multi-scale and Multi-dimensional Imaging Techniques (2018)

Tiu. G, Lund. C, Koch. P, Wanhainen. C
Part of: Book of Tutorials and Abstracts, EMAS 2018, s. 398-399, European Microbeam Analysis Society (EMAS), 2018

Student thesis

Student thesis

Classification of Drill Core Textures for Process Simulation in Geometallurgy (2017)

Aitik Mine, Sweden
Tiu. G
Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Natural Resources Engineering, master's level (120 credits), Student thesis, at least 30 credits