The Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. David Dreisinger to its Advisory Board.
Dr. David Dreisinger completed his B.A.Sc. and Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering at Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario. Since 1984, David has worked at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Since 1992, David has held the position of Chair, Industrial Research Chair in Hydrometallurgy (20 current sponsors). Technical short courses are offered annually to sponsors. David has delivered, with co-workers, over 300 industry-based courses on a wide range of hydrometallurgy topics. David has researched widely and together with students and co-workers has published over 300 papers and been granted 21 US patents.
David has worked closely with industry to commercialize technology. Developments in copper include the Mount Gordon Process, the Sepon Copper Process and the Boleo Process. David is currently working on commercialization of the PLATSOL Process, the SALT process, the INCOR Lead Process and the Search Minerals Rare Earth Extraction Process. The Cascadero Process for recovery of cesium from Taron mineralization was developed at the University of British Columbia laboratory under the direction of Professor Dreisinger.
David has been very active in support of professional society affairs (CIM, TMS, SME) and especially involved in the organization of technical conferences. David has edited or co-edited 10 conference volumes. David has received many professional awards including the Sherritt Hydrometallurgy Award (METSOC), the EPD Science Award (TMS), the Wadsworth Award (TMS) and the INCO Medal (CIM). David is a Fellow of CIM and the Canadian Academy of Engineering.
Cascadero Copper Corporation has granted seven million five hundred thousand stock options with an exercise price of $0.15 per share with two-year expiry date of December 12th, 2019 to consultants, advisors, directors and officers of the Company.
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