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Professor Vadim Kamenetsky from IOCAS Visits IGG
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On April 24th and 25th, 2024, the Lab of Lithospheric and Environmental Coevolution hosted Professor Vadim Kamenetsky from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He delivered two insightful seminars titled "Immiscibility in Silicate Magmas: A Key to Understanding 'Orthomagmatic' Ore Deposits?" and "New Models for Kimberlite Parental Melts: Compositions, Temperature, Ascent and Explosion". Researchers from IGG and various other institutes attended and engaged in fruitful discussions. 

Prof. Kamenetsky's research primarily focuses on using melt/fluid inclusions to explore magmatism, fluid processes, and mineralization in ultramafic, basaltic, and granitic rocks across different tectonic settings by utilizing advanced in-situ micro-analytical techniques. He has authored over 400 research articles in prestigious journals such as Nature, Science, Geology, and EPSL. These publications have garnered more than 19,000 citations. Recognized consistently as a Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics, Prof. Kamenetsky has received several accolades, including the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Internationally Recognized Research, the Dean's Research Excellence Award from UTAS, and the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award. 

On site of the report meeting (Image by IGG)

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