Jasmina Karevski

Analytical Chemist
Melbourne

Professional Background

Over 12 years of experience working as a chemist in the power generation and mineral processing industries.  Inorganic and elemental analysis of various sample types, particularly fuels such as coal,oil and biosolids. Trace metal determination on a wide range of samples. Dangerous goods testing.

Areas of Expertise

  • Coal resource evaluation.  
  • Combustion chemistry of coal, biomass and alternative fuels such as RDF.
  • Analysis of raw materials and chemical products.
  • Inorganic analysis of unknowns.
    Dangerous goods testing (Class 4, Class 5, Class 8, Class 9)
  • Project Manager of large analytical projects.
  • Client management.

Relevant Project Experience

  • Development of methods for determination of mercury in carbon and other materials
  • Projects for Kalgoorlie Consolidated Mines, mercury in carbon samples
  • Projects for Gulfex Bore core analysis
  • Projects for CSIRO, variety of samples
  • Development and implementation of UN, DIN and MHB testing procedures for Dangerous Goods

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Petrochemical Engineering
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