Jane Danoczi is a Senior Process Engineer in SRC’s Mining and Energy Division. She previously served as Manager, Process Design at Shore Gold Inc., CEO of Danoczi Solutions and Senior Research Officer at De Beers. In addition to corporate management and leadership, she has 28 years of experience in researching and developing technologies used in mines and is best known for her work in diamond recovery technologies.
Bryan Schreiner is Chief Geoscientist in SRC's Mining and Energy Division. He provides technical leadership and expert guidance for geosciences and minerals, and to clients, management and researchers across SRC. Bryan helps identify new opportunities for geosciences and mineral services, and helps to build new (and support existing) programs. He has over 40 years of experience, including in corporate management and leadership, and in other specialty areas, such as in geoscience, geotechnical engineering and groundwater investigations.
Cristiana Mircea is a supervisor at SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories.
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Nathan Peter is the Digital Systems Lead for SRC's Development Engineering team.
Jack Zhang manages SRC's Mineral Processing team. His areas of focus include applied R&D and process development for uranium, lithium, potash, rare earths, gold, base metals and mine water treatment. He previously served as a Plant Metallurgist at Cameco and as a Process Engineer at SINOPEC.
Mike McCubbing, P.Geo, is the Supervisor of the Saskatchewan Research Council’s Geoanalytical Laboratories Diamond Services team. He is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a B.Sc. in Geology. He has 17 years’ experience in laboratory techniques of diamond processing, including micro diamond extraction by caustic fusion and kimberlite processing by dense media separation for macro diamond recovery. More recently, Mike has been involved in developing Applied Diamond Services at SRC, which focuses on data collection and presentation of kimberlite mini-bulk processing and diamond par