Felicia has in an interest in short-life operations as well as large-scale pits in complex risk settings. She has a particular talent for developing accurate ground models and appropriate slope designs. As Acting Geotechnical Superintendent at Ok Tedi mine, she gained a deepened appreciation of operational challenges facing mines. Other particular areas of interest include interpretation of borehole imaging and discrete fracture network modelling for use in both open pit mining and tunnel design.
Felicia lectures in aspects of engineering geology at UNSW School of Civil Engineering. She is also actively involved in international technical conferences including Slope Stability 2018, and presenting at the Instrumentation and Slope Monitoring workshop through the Australian Centre of Geomechanics.
Felicia specialises in geological and geotechnical studies for open pit mines and large civil projects. Her fields of special competence include:
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