Assoc. Prof. Mohan Yellishetty is an Australian Endeavour Fellow and Chartered Mining Engineer with an established teaching and research profile in the field of mining and environmental engineering. He possesses more than two decades of promising research and an altruistic academic career in Australia, the USA and India, which enabled him to develop a broad skills base in all aspects of the mining cycle. He has been involved with mining education for nearly three decades and has conducted a fair amount of research in this discipline. His research and academic work experience at Monash University and CSIRO, Australia, Yale University, USA and IIT Bombay, India have provided him with the opportunity to undertake high-quality research work and contribute significantly to the mining engineering discipline and publish widely in reputed high-impact journals. He has career publications of ~45 journal papers and book chapters and ~40 international conference papers and presentations. His career H-index of 18 (Scopus).
Recovery Of Critical Minerals From Waste In India | With Dr Brajesh Dubey
November 11, 2022 from our Video Panels This webinar gives an insight to the the potential of critical minerals recovery from waste sources, and its demand, supply chain issues in upcoming years, especially from the Indian context.