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TA POSTINGS FALL 2024

MIME 200 Introduction to the Minerals Industry

Instructor: Ferri Hassani

TA – Demoing/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 19 hrs

Duties: Preparation of and leading tutorial. Requirements: Possesses B. Eng in Mining. Requires public speaking ability. Must have previously taken this course and preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 200 Introduction to the Minerals Industry

Instructor: Kristian Waters

TA – Demoing/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 25 hrs

Duties: Preparation of and leading tutorial. Requirements: Possesses B. Eng in Mining. Requires public speaking ability. Must have previously taken this course and preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 250 Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy

Instructor: George Demopoulos

TA - Marking/Demoing: 1 at 65 hrs

Duties: Lab Preparation and demonstration - Hydro portion. Cleaning up after the lab, contact hours with students, grading labs, uploading grades to myCourses. Requirements: Past TA duties must include lab experience in MIME 250, course related lab demonstrations – Hydrometallurgy or in MIME 352, or related research experience.

Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 250 Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy

Instructor: Roderick Guthrie

TA – Tutoring/Other: 1 at 38 hrs

Duties: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Pyrometallurgy graduate students only. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include tutoring or other. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 250 Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy

Instructor: Kristian Waters

TA – Demoing/Tutoring/Marking: 1 at 60 hrs

Duties: Laboratory preparation and demonstrations MINPRO. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Hydrothermal Processing and Mineral Processing graduate students only. Must have previously taken this course or an equivalent. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include marking, demoing or tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 260 Materials Science and Engineering

Instructor: Jinhyuk Lee

TA – Tutoring/Other: 1 at 40 hrs

Duties: Preparation and leading of tutorials. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Must have previously taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include tutoring or other. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 260 Materials Science and Engineering

Instructor: Florence Paray

TA – Demoing/Marking: 2 at 50 hrs each

Duties: Preparation of Labs. Laboratory demonstrations and marking of lab reports. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Materials Engineering graduate students only. Preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course or its equivalent. Past TA duties must include marking and demoing. List your experience in the application. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 261 Structure of Materials

Instructor: Florence Paray

TA – Demoing/Marking: 3 at 86 hrs each

Duties: Preparation of labs. Laboratory demonstrations and marking reports. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Materials Engineering graduate students only with strong experimental skills in the testing and characterization of materials and excellent knowledge of materials properties. Must have previously taken this course or its equivalent and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include demoing and marking. (characterization). List your experience in your application. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 261 Structure of Materials (Additional posting done June 28, 2023 – was not initially posted)

Instructor: Course Lecturer

TA –Tutoring/Marking/Other: 1 at 50 hrs each

Duties: Preparation of and leading tutorials. Marking assignments. Requirements: Must have previously taken this course or equivalent and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include marking and tutoring. Work dates: 2023-08-30 to 2023-12-05

MIME 262 Properties of Materials in Electrical Engineering

Instructor: Kirk Bevan

TA - Tutoring/Other: 1 at 22 hrs

Duties: Requires public speaking ability. Past TA duties must include tutoring or other teaching involving topics on the electronic properties of materials and Matlab programming. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 290 Industrial Work

Instructor: Alessandro Navarra

TA – Marking/Other: 1 at 28 hrs

Duties: This TA posting is for MIME 290, 291, 392, 494 and 495. Duties include correspondence with students via email and MyCourses, uploading course material and entering grades. Requirements: Past TA duties must include marking or other. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 317 Analytical and Characterization Techniques

Instructors: Marta Cerruti/ Raynald Gauvin & Florence Paray

TA – Demoing/Marking: 2 at 68 hrs

Duties: Preparation of labs, laboratory demonstrations and marking of lab reports. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Materials Engineering graduate students only with experimental skills in the characterization of materials using various techniques such as SEM, XRD, microscopy…. Must have previously taken this course or its equivalent. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include marking and demoing. List your experience in the application. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 320 Extraction of Energy Resources

Instructor: Ferri Hassani

TA - Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 29 hrs

Duties: Preparing and conducting tutorials and problem solving. Assisting computational labs. Assisting design project. Grading assignments, design and midterm exams. Requirements: Must be able to use ANSYS software (minimum intermediate level). Must have knowledge of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Requires public speaking ability. Past TA duties must include marking and tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 329 Mining Geology

Instructor: Shahé Shnorhokian

TA - Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 60 hrs

Duties: Preparation for and leading of tutorials. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Past TA duties must include demoing, tutoring. Must have experience in geologic mapping, geotechnical fieldwork, and geostatistics, previously taken this course or any related course in mining geology. Preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course or its equivalent. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 330 Mining Geotechnics

Instructor: Shahé Shnorhokian

TA - Demoing/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 82 hrs

Duties: Preparation for and leading of tutorials. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Past TA duties must include demoing, tutoring. Must have previously taken this course, its equivalent, or any related course in geotechnical engineering. Preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course or its equivalent. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 352 Hydrochemical Processing

Instructor: George Demopoulos

TA - Demoing/Marking/Other: 3 at 60 hrs each

Duties: Laboratory trouble-shooting and preparation, demonstrating the lab, cleaning up after the lab, contact hours with students, grading labs, uploading grades to myCourses. Requirements: Requires wet lab experience, technical writing and grading experience, and good public speaking skills. Applicants who have taken or have been previous lab TAs for this course or have relevant research experience are preferred. Applicants with TA experience grading reports and demonstrating labs will also be preferred. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 352 Hydrochemical Processing

Instructor: George Demopoulos

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 75 hrs

Duties: Generating, delivering, and grading a multi-question, multi-submission design report throughout the semester. Provide advising to students re. the design project and organize/deliver tutorials on problem solving. Grading quizzes. Uploading grades to myCourses. Setting the lab groups and lab schedule. Being available during the labs to trouble-shoot. Requirements: Should have preferably served as TA on the course or have equivalent experience such as relevant research relating to hydrochemical processes; must possess strong organizational and communication (written and oral) skills. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 356 Heat, Mass and Fluid Flow/MIME 340 Applied Fluid Dynamics

Instructor: Philippe Ouzilleau

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 76 hrs

Duties: TA will cover MIME 340/356 - Running problem solving tutorials; responsible for guiding students through their projects using software FLUENT. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Must have previously taken this course or equivalent course in Fluid Mechanics and preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include marking, demoing, tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 360 Phase Transformation Solids

Instructor: Stephen Yue

TA - Demoing/Tutoring/Other: 2 at 46 hrs

Duties: Demonstrating, and supervising students on furnace operation and hardness testing. Knowledge of basic metallurgy and heat treatments is a plus. Open to Materials Engineering graduate students only. Experimental skills on metallography, testing and characterization of materials a plus. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 362 Mechanical Properties

Instructors: Course Lecturer/Jun Song

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 87 hrs

Duties: Preparation of and leading tutorials, student contact in person and grading. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to graduate students with background in mechanical properties. Must have previously taken this course and preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include marking and leading tutorials. Work dates: 2023-08-30 to 2023-12-05

MIME 362 Mechanical Properties

Instructors: Florence Paray

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 64 hrs

Duties: Preparation of labs. Laboratory demonstrations and marking of lab reports. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Materials Engineering graduate students only with strong experimental skills in the testing and characterization of materials and excellent knowledge of materials properties. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant. List your experience.in your application. Past TA duties must include demoing and marking. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 413 Strategic Mine Planning with Uncertainty

Instructor: Roussos G. Dimitrakopoulos

TA – Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 67 hrs

Duties: TA must oversee and manage the computer-based laboratory sessions for the supplemental course assignments and needs to know stochastic mine planning optimization on programs and applications. TA will ensure all files and comments related to laboratory sessions are up to date to ensure that sessions run smoothly. TA will grade lab and supplemental course assignments and projects; Hold office hours for 1 hour/week. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Must have previously taken MIME 513 or a course of equivalent content on stochastic mine planning optimization. Student must have experience with stochastic mine planning and the use of commercial mine optimization software (GEOVIA Whittle). Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 421 Rock Mechanics

Instructor: Shahé Shnorhokian

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 84 hrs

Duties: Preparation for and leading of tutorial and hands-on computer modelling sessions. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to graduate students only with excellent knowledge of rock mechanics and numerical modeling techniques for underground mining applications. Must have previously taken this course and preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include demoing, tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 425 Applied Stochastic Orebody Modelling

Instructor: Roussos G. Dimitrakopoulos

TA – Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 67 hrs

Duties: Preparation and leading of tutorials. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Past duties must include marking or demoing and leading tutorials. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 426 Mine Design and Feasibility Study Project

Instructor: Hani Mitri

TA –Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 52 hrs

Duties: Conducting tutorial, hands-on computer modeling sessions, lab preparation. Grading reports and entering marks. Requirements: Must have previously taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include grading, leading tutorials and demonstration of computer modeling. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 426 Mine Design and Feasibility Study Project

Instructor: Hani Mitri

TA –Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 81 hrs

Duties: Conducting tutorial, hands-on computer modeling sessions, lab preparation. Grading reports and entering marks. Requirements: Must have previously taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include grading, leading tutorials and demonstration of computer modeling. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 465 Metallic and Ceramic Powders Processing

Instructor: Mathieu Brochu

TA – Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 2 at 40 hrs each

Duties: Primary duty is overseeing/coordinating/demonstrating a lab project. Requirements: Must have previously taken this course or equivalent courses in ceramics and preferably been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include demoing, tutoring and grading. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 470 Engineering Biomaterials

Instructor: Showan Nazhat

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 60 hrs

Duties: Setting up a lab for measuring the thermal properties of biomaterials, carrying out the demonstration for the students during the lab sessions, and also marking the lab reports as well as two quizzes, which will be given during term time. Requirements: Open to Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering graduate students only. Past TA duties must include marking or demoing or tutoring or other. Work dates: 2024-08-31 to 2024-12-06

MIME 515 (Bio)material Surface Analysis and Modification

Instructor: Marts Cerruti

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 49 hrs

Duties: Give tutorial on isotherm of adsorption, preparing mini-quizzes on Raman, FTIR, XPS, AFM, providing feedback on student presentation, grading student work, contact hours with students.

Requirements: Must be knowledgeable in theory and analysis of isotherms of adsorption, theory and analysis of data concerning Raman, FTIR, XPS, AFM; must have experience with providing constructive feedback to oral presentations; must have passed with a grade B+ or higher a class similar to MIME 317 (Analytical and characterization techniques). Having successfully completed MIME 515 in the past is a plus. A high level of independence and the ability to be proactive in a helpful and friendly manner with the students is expected. Work dates: 2024-08-30 to 2024-12-04

MIME 569 Electron Beam Analysis of Materials

Instructor: Raynald Gauvin

TA - Demoing/Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 48 hrs

Duties: Preparation for and leading of tutorials. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Open to Characterization graduate students only with an excellent knowledge of the course material. Must have taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past TA duties must include demoing and tutoring. Work dates: 2024-08-30 to 2024-12-04

MIME 565 Aerospace Metallic-Materials and Manufacturing Process

Instructor: Richard Chromik

TA - Marking/Tutoring/Other: 1 at 83 hrs

Duties: Grading homework, consults with students, attending presentations. Requirements: Requires public speaking ability. Requires knowledge of aerospace materials and strong background in materials engineering, mechanical engineering or aerospace engineering. Preferable that applicants have taken the course or previously been a teaching assistant for the course. Work dates: 2024-08-30 to 2024-12-04

 

 

Graders Fall 2024

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 200 Introduction to the Minerals Industry

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
35

Position Summary:
Grading homework, quizzes, midterms.

Qualifications:
Must have previously taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 250 Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy

Estimated Number of Positions:

2

Total Hours of Work per Term:
40

Position Summary:
Marking of homework, assignments, invigilation.

Qualifications:
Must have previously taken this course or equivalent. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking. B. Eng in Materials Engineering.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 250 Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
18

Position Summary:
Marking of homework, assignments, invigilation.

Qualifications: Must have previously taken this course or an equivalent. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking. B. Eng in Materials Engineering.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 260 Materials Science and Engineering

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
80

Position Summary:
Marking assignments, assisting in marking mid-terms. Invigilation.

Qualifications:
Must have previously taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 262 Properties of Materials in Electrical Engineering

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
43

Position Summary:
Grading midterm, grading quizzes, posting/recording grades.

Qualifications:
Past duties must include marking and preferably have previously been a grader for this course.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 317 Analytical and Characterization Techniques

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
30

Position Summary:
Grading assignments and midterm examinations.

Qualifications:

Grading reports and questionnaire. Requirements: Must have previously taken this course and must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 329 Mining Geology

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
42

Position Summary:
Grading assignments and midterm examinations.

Qualifications:

Must have knowledge of Mining Geology and previously taken this course or an equivalent. Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 330 Mining Geotechnics

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
12

Position Summary:
Grading mid-terms and entering all course grades into MyCourses.

Qualifications:

Must have taken this course or equivalent. Past duties must include marking

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 340 Applied Fluid Dynamics

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
60

Position Summary:
Grading homework.

Qualifications: Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 356 Heat, Mass and Fluid Flow

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
60

Position Summary:
Grading homework and midterm exams.

Qualifications: Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 360 Phase Transformation Solids

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
45

Position Summary:
Grading homework and midterm exams.

Qualifications: Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 413 Strategic Mine Planning with Uncertainty

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:

65

Position Summary:
Grading homework and midterm exams.

Qualifications: Must have previously taken MIME 513. Past duties should include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 421 Rock Mechanics

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:

12

Position Summary:
Grading mid-terms and entering all course grades into MyCourses.

Qualifications: Must have taken this course or equivalent. Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 425 Applied Stochastic Orebody Modelling

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:

65

Position Summary:
Grading homework and reports.

Qualifications: Past duties must include marking. Must have successfully completed MIME 425.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 470 Engineering Biomaterials

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
12

Position Summary:
Marking of assignments and reports.

Qualifications:
Past TA duties must include marking and preferably have previously been a grader for this course.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 480 Industrial Training 3

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
14

Position Summary:
Marking of assignments and reports.

Qualifications:
Past TA duties must include marking and preferably have previously been a grader for this course.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 569 Electron Beam Analysis of Materials

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
20

Position Summary:
Grading homework, assignments, mid-terms.

Qualifications: Must preferably have previously been a teaching assistant for this course. Past duties must include marking.

Course Title and Course Number:
MIME 570 Fundamentals of Nano and Micro Fabrication

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:
14

Position Summary:
Grading homework.

Qualifications: Past duties must include marking.

 

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Term

Posting

Deadline

Summer

March 31

April 19

Fall

May 31

June 21

Winter

November 1

November 22

 

 

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