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Baurzhan Duisebayev

Baurzhan Duisebayev has 5 articles published.

Baurzhan Duisebayev
Dr. Baurzhan Duisebayev writes about different technologies for effective extraction of metals from poor ores and/or waste materials. He has been a well-respected leader in both the private and public sectors for over 30 years. He coordinated all the research programs of Kazatomprom from 2001-14. Dr. Duisebayev has authored or co-authored 40 technological patents, and about 80 scientific articles. He graduated from Tomsk Polytechnical University (TPU) in 1982 and defended his candidate of science dissertation in 1985 in TPU and his Doctoral dissertation in 1997 in Irkutsk Polytechnical University. Dr. Duisebayev serves also as a Professor-lecturer for magistrates-geologists in the Kazakh National Scientific Research Technical University. He and his wife Rauza spent their free time with their children and grandchildren.

PERSPECTIVE: 10 Reasons Why New-Generation Mining Capabilities Need to Be Deployed Now

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Because of the unsatisfied needs related to REE and the urgency of these requirements, we believe it’s important to focus on the major reasons why these capabilities need to be explored in short order.

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‘System Target Forecasting’: A New and Practical Method of Mineral Deposit Prospecting

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There are practical frameworks for switching to new forecasting methods by direct measurements of the intensity of a variety of real physical fields.

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The Technical Case for Zero-Residue Technology for Asbestos Waste Processing

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The problem of processing millions of tons of waste, accumulated earlier and still emerging today, has become even more urgent.

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The Potential Use of Hydrogen Recovery for the Production of Titanium

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According to world mining experts, the main driver of titanium consumption will continue to be, as previously, the global aerospace industry.

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PERSPECTIVE: Take a Cue from Kazakhs and Leap Forward in Security-Minded Metals Extraction

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This kind of scenario will require the involvement of coordinated work groups of highly qualified specialists and scientists in all cycles and stages of production.

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