John Mavrogenes is an Economic geologist at the Australian National university. He has lived in Australia since completing his PhD at Virginia Tech in 1994. His work focuses on experimental and analytical studies of processes that lead to ore deposition.
Why are you excited about participating in IMA2018?
I am excited to help organise a session in honour of my friend bear McPhail, who died tragically this year.
Session: D.C. Bear McPhail Memorial Symposium – a celebration of Bear’s legacy as a scientist and mentor
Prof. Bear McPhail left us suddenly on March 12, 2017. This session celebrates Bear’s extensive scientific contribution to the broader field of geochemistry (experimental geochemistry; regolith; groundwater; and so many others). We in particular welcome contributions by students and colleagues celebrating Bear’s legacy as a mentor and inspiration. Vale Bear.