Welcome to the
Predictive Geometallurgy and Geostatistics Lab
at Queen’s University

Explore the site to find out about our research on Predictive Geometallurgy and Geostatistics. We are based at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Check out the blog, where the latest presentations and publications are posted, and our Gitlab page with code of different research projects.

Our Research Report is also available, where you will find our research progress and tutorials on different topics related to geostatistics and geometallurgical predictive modeling.

Outstanding students interested in research as PostDoc, graduate student or as undergraduate researcher, please check our Prospective Students page

The group is part of the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The Department is located in Goodwin Hall.

Kingston is known as the Limestone city, due to the limestone buildings, and was named the first capital of the United Province of Canada in 1841. It is located on the eastern end of Lake Ontario and is 2 to 3 hours away of Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.