Bernhard Dold Sustainable Mining Research & Consultancy
Bernhard Dold Sustainable Mining Research & Consultancy

Short Courses

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Dold was nominated Full Professor in 2011 at the University of Chile and since 2007 has also been an Invited Professor at the “European Master and Ph.D. in ore deposits and environment” – “Mineral Resources: Geology and Environmental Management”, International University of Andalusia, Huelva, Spain. Beside his extensive experience in teaching for under-graduate, graduate, and post-graduate students, he has given 30 short courses in the last ten years around the globe. He also offers in-house services for your specific needs for capacity building in your enterprise.


Universidad Internacional de Andalucia (UNIA). “European Master and Ph.D. in ore deposits and environment” – “Mineral Resources: Geology and Environmental Management”. LINK Master oficialLINK-UNIA


Some examples of the last short courses:

2013 “Mine Effluents and their remediation” Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), Lima, Perú, November  2013.Link-PUCP


2013 “Biogeochemical and hydrogeological processes controlling element flows in water, soils, and mine waste environments.” In-House course for the State Environmental Agency (OEFA), Peru. May 2013.Link-OEFA


2010 Academic Coordinator of the XXIX International Course in Metallogeny (Link-UNESCO-SEG-SGA). Sustainability in Mining: From exploration, through exploitation, towards final waste management. 11-22.10.2010 University of Concepción, Chile.


2005 Academic Coordinator of the XXIV International Course in Metallogeny (UNESCO-SEG). Mineralogy, geochemistry, and geomicrobiology for environemtnal management of mine waste.  August 22 – September 2, 2005, Lima, Peru. Link UNESCO-SEG-SGA


Photos of Short Course and Field Trip
Fotos XXIX Curso Latinoamericano de Meta[...]
PDF-Dokument [1.5 MB]

Following short courses are offered:

  • Sustainability in Mining: From exploration, through exploitations, towards final waste management
  • Mine waste characterization and acid mine drainage prediction
  • Acid mine drainage (AMD) formation, control, and prevention
  • Biogeometallurgical approach for sustainability in mining
  • Hydrogeology and Hydrogeochemistry in mining affected watersheds
  • Applied environmental geochemistry for mining operations (Modeling with PHREEQC) LINK Download
  • Advanced mineralogy for sustainability in mining
  • Advanced geochemistry for sustainability in mining

We can also design a short course or field trip for your specific needs. The courses can be given in English, Spanish, French, and German.

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