Postdoctoral Fellow

Rina Kim     

Rina Kim

Rina Joined the hydrometallurgy group in June 2016. Rina has earned her Ph.D., M.Sc. and B.Sc. all from the Seoul National University, one of the top universities in Korea. Rina bring to our group extensive experience in the rare earth elements metallurgy, uranium leaching, recycling of valuable materials from home appliances, and purification of mine tailings. She has published several journal and conference papers on those topics. Rina's research goal at Queen's University is to develop a better understanding of the oxygen role in the gold leaching processes in cyanide and also thiosulfate solutions.

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Jingxiu Wang Jingxiu Wang photo

Jingxiu joined the Hydrometallurgy & Environment Group at Queen’s University in June 2018. She obtained her Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Engineering from University of Wollongong and her Master of Biochemical Engineering from China University of Petroleum (Beijing). Jingxiu has extensive experience in the extractive metallurgy, especially in the recycling of metallurgical wastes. She has been involved in many hydrometallurgical projects relevant to organic acid leaching, bioleaching, and bioremediation of contaminated soils. Jingxiu’s research will mainly focus on gold bio-hydrometallurgy.

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