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Fennoscandian Mining Award and FEM Special Award

Rules for the Awards

• The Steering Committee of the FEM conference will nominate the FEM Award Committee consisting of minimum three persons representing the industry and academia.

• The FEM Award Committee can present Fennoscandian Mining Award(s) in connection with the aforementioned conference or with the frequency deemed appropriate by the award committee.

• The Fennoscandian Mining Award can be awarded to individuals, working groups, companies, associations or any other entity deemed appropriate by the Award Committee for an outstanding contribution to Fennoscandian mining industry.

• The FEM Special Award can be presented to individuals for outstanding contributions to Fennoscandian economic geology or mining industry. 


FEM 2017 Award Committee


Prof. Pertti Lamberg


Chair of the FEM 2017 Award Committee

Prof. Pertti Lamberg
Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
CEO, Keliber Oy

"Pertti Lamberg graduated from University of Oulu in geology and mineralogy 1990 and received his doctoral degree from University of Turku in 2005. Between 1990 and 2010 he worked in Outokumpu and Outotec. Pertti's research areas have included lithogeochemical exploration tools of nickel sulphides, applied/process mineralogy, modeling and simulation of minerals processing and development of metallurgical software HSC Chemistry. Pertti started as a professor of geometallurgy in Luleå in January 2010. His current research activities are in the area of geometallurgy of iron ores and modeling of minerals processes based on particle properties. Pertti is one of the leaders of the EMERALD, which is the Erasmus Mundus master program in georesources engineering together with Universities of Liège, Nancy, Freiberg and Luleå. He is leading the ProMinNET researcher network on process mineralogy and geometallurgy."


Jukka Jokela, Project Manager

Jukka Jokela, Project Manager
Anglo American,  Representative of the FinnMin  

"Mr. Jokela has over 30 years of international experience in mineral exploration, geological research, and project and company management in different mining companies (Outokumpu Mining Oy, Polar Mining Oy, Store Norske Gull As, Northland Mines Oy and the Geological Survey of Finland). Mr Jokela joined Anglo American Exploration in the beginning of 2014. Since then he has been working as the Sakatti Project Manager and CEO of AA Sakatti Mining Oy. Mr. Jokela holds M.Sc. in Geology and Mineralogy, from the University of Turku, Finland."

Dr. Vesa Nykänen, Research Professor

Dr. Vesa Nykänen, Research Professor
Geological Survey of Finland (GTK)

"Vesa Nykänen is Research Professor on Mineral Prospectivity Mapping at the Geological Survey of Finland, Rovaniemi. His research interests include spatial data analysis and geological 3D modelling with special emphasis on mineral exploration. His Ph.D. thesis in 2008 was titled ‘Spatial data analysis as a tool for mineral prospectivity mapping."

 Henrik Schiellerup, Team Leader - Mineral Resources, Geological Survey of Norway (NGU)

Dr. Henrik Schiellerup, Team Leader - Mineral Resources, Geological Survey of Norway (NGU)

"Henrik Schiellerup holds a position as Team Leader for Mineral Resources at the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU). He has a Ph.D. in igneous petrology/resource geology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and an M.Sc. in igneous petrology from the University of Aarhus in Denmark. He also spent two years with the Nordic Volcanological Institute in Reykjavik, Iceland. He was employed as a researcher at the Geological Survey of Norway in 2001 and has worked at NGU since then."


Dr. Hans Årebäck, Senior Project Manager

Dr. Hans Årebäck, Senior Project Manager
Boliden Mine

"Hans Årebäck Senior Project Manager for Boliden Mines. Educated in mineralogy and petrology at Göteborg University, graduated in 1992 and received a Ph.D in 2001. Hans started his career in Saudi-Arabia in 1994 as a site geologist on a rock cavern project for ABV Rock Group. He then moved on to the "famous" Hallandsås tunnel project in Sweden. In 1997 he started as an exploration geologist for Boliden and have since then worked with near-mine exploration, field exploration, resource estimation and project management in the field of VMS-, gold- and Cu-porphyry type deposits. From mid 2009 to September 2013 Hans was the Exploration Director for Boliden Mines."