3rd Myanmar Mining Summit,

18-20 Oct, 2016 - Yangon, MYANMAR

Meliá Yangon

PLEASE CLICK HERE to view upcoming event. Information here is outdated

About our Event Speakers

We pride ourselves in presenting to you accomplished leaders, authors and advocates with strong track records of achievement and vision in a wide array of backgrounds, professional fields and life experiences. We believe you will benefit from their years of knowledge and experience and also from the latest thinking and innovative processes driving individuals and organizations forward.

Speakers at this Event

Prof. Khin Zaw

Prof. Khin Zaw

Professor of Economic Geology

University of Tasmania

Prof. Khin Zaw

Prof. Khin Zaw

Professor of Economic Geology

University of Tasmania


Mineral Deposit Projects in Myanmar: Their Exploration Potentials & Sustainable Development

Day 2 [Wed 19, October], at 10:15 AM

Chairman’s Remarks

Day 3 [Thu 20, October], at 09:00 AM

Introduction & Overview

Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 10:00 AM

Metallogeny of SE Asia & Mineral Potential of Myanmar

Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 10:30 AM

Cu Deposits of Myanmar

Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 02:00 PM

Panel Discussion on Mining & Exploration in Myanmar

Day 1 [Tue 18, October], at 04:15 PM


 Khin Zaw is Professor of Economic Geology at CODES ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits, University of Tasmania, Australia. He received BSc from Yangon University in 1968, FGA Diploma (Fellowships of Gemmological Association of Great Britain) in 1969, MSc from Queen's University, CANADA in 1976 and PhD from University of Tasmania in 1990. He is Fellows of AusIMM and Society of Economic Geologists. He has well over 40 year experience working on genetic aspects and exploration potential of mineral deposits in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China and SE Asian countries. He is currently working as Leader of "Ore Deposits of SE Asia" Project at CODES, University of Tasmania focusing on metallogenic relations and exploration implications. He is also an Associate Editor of Ore Geology Review journal and published more than 100 referred ISI papers relating to ore genesis and mineral exploration in Australasian region.