Dr Kathryn Moore
Senior Lecturer in Critical and Green Technology Metals
Telephone: 01326 255693
Office telephone: +44 (0)1326 255693
Kate Moore gained degree qualifications in geology (BSc), experimental petrology (PhD) and archaeology (Dip) from the University of Edinburgh, University of Bristol and National University of Ireland, Galway. She led the Magmatic Studies Group at the National University of Ireland, Galway from 1999 and moved to the Camborne School of Mines in 2012, as lecturer in Critical and Green Technology Metals. She is Expert Council Leader in HiTech AlkCarb (New Geomodels to explore deeper for High-Technology critical raw materials in Alkaline rocks and Carbonatites) and Project Lead for IMP@CT (Integrated Modular Plant and Containerised Tools for selective, low-impact mining of small, high-grade deposits). She serves on the Time and Tide working group to promote the natural, cultural and industrial heritage of the post-mining Perranzabuloe Community in Cornwall. Kate teaches igneous petrology and evolution of planetary systems. She is the Senior Tutor for the Camborne School of Mines.
- Whole systems perspectives on security of resource supply, particularly for the raw materials used in the low-carbon energy technologies.
- The geological concentration of the technology metals that may be subject to critically short supply.
- Processes operating at depth in critical metal-hosting magmatic systems such as carbonatites and alkaline rocks.
- The ethics of mining for an extended and diversified set of technology metals.
Qualifications and Affiliations
Diploma in Archaeology, National University of Ireland Galway 2006
PhD ‘Melting of a Carbonated Mantle’, University of Bristol 1999
B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology, University of Edinburgh 1994
Lecturer in Geology, National University of Ireland Galway 1999-2012
Part-time lecturer in Geology, University of Bristol 1997-1998
Air Quality Monitoring Officer, DFID (Montserrat Volcano Observatory) 1998
External appointments: 2003-2005, Adjunct Associate Professor, Boston University.