Participation in EU/EC programmes

The department of Earth Sciences participates in the following EU-financed programmes and projects:

 

  • DESTRESS: Demonstration of soft stimulation treatments of geothermal reservoirs
    Prof. dr. Chris Spiers, Dr. Peter Fokker
  • EXCITE: Electron and X-ray microscopy Community for structural and chemical Imaging Techniques for Earth materials
    Prof. dr. Veerle Cnudde, Dr. Richard Wessels, Dr. Geertje ter Maat, and Dr. Oliver Plümper
  • EPOS European Plate Observing System (European Research Infrastructure on Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Surface Dynamics and Tectonics)
    Prof. dr. Martyn Drury, Prof. dr. Chris Spiers, dr. Ernst Willingshofer, and others
  • FluidNET: Fluids driving the evolution of the continental crust: influence of pathway networks, fluxes, and time scales
    Dr. Oliver Plümper, Dr. Helen King
  • GEMex: Cooperation in Geothermal energy research Europe-Mexico for development of Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Superhot Geothermal Systems.
    Prof. dr. Jan-Diederik van Wees, dr. Fred Beekman, dr. Damien Bonté
  • LEAP-RE: Long-Term Joint EU-AU Research and Innovation Partnership on Renewable Energy.
    Dr. Fred Beekman and others
  • P-TRAP: Diffuse phosphorus input to surface waters - new concepts in removal, recycling and management
    Dr. Thilo Behrends
  • SALTGIANT: Understanding the Mediterranean Salt Giant
    Prof. dr. Wout Krijgsman, Dr. Paul Meijer
  • SUBITOP: Understanding subduction zone topography through modelling of coupled shallow and deep processes
    Dr. Ernst Willingshofer, Dr. Fred Beekman, Prof. dr. Dimitrios Sokoutis
  • UNBIAS: Unravelling bivalve shell chemistry: advanced techniques for accurate reconstructions of sub-annual climate
    Dr. Niels de Winter
  • SEGMENT: Studying the effect of geometrical features on megathrust earthquakes using natural observations and seismotectonic numerical models
    Dr. Elenora van Rijsingen

Former Participations

 HORIZON 2020 
CREEPComplex rheologies in Earth dynamics and industrial processesITN
CLUMPLABA clumped isotope lab for the NetherlandsIF
COASTAL HYPOXIADisentangling anthropogenic and natural causes for global coastal hypoxiaIF
PRIDEDrivers of Pontocaspian biodiversity RIse and DEmiseITN
SponGESDeep-sea Sponge Grounds Ecosystems of the North Atlantic: an integrated approach towards their preservation and sustainable exploitationRIA
   
 7th Framework Programme 
EPOCAEuropean Project on Ocean AcidificationIP
IMAGEIntegrated Methods for Advanced Geothermal ExplorationRTD
MEDGATEReconstructing Mediterranean-Atlantic exchange during the MioceneITN
ReCosyRedox processes controlling subsurface systemsRTD
CRYSTAL2PLATEHow does plate tectonics work: From crystal-scale processes to mantle convection with self-consistent platesITN
GTSnextTowards the next generation Geological Time Scale for the last 100 million yearsITN
QUESTQUantitative Estimation of Earth's Seismic Sources and StructureITN
PERSEUSPolicy-orientated marine Environmental Research for the Southern European SeasITN
THROUGHFLOWCenozoic evolution of the Indonesian throughflow and the origins of Indo-Pacific marine biodiversityITN
TOPOMODSculpting the Earth's topography: insides from modeling deep surface processesITN
UltimateCO2Understanding the Long-Term fate of geologically stored CO2ITN
RHEOMANTLEEvaluation of mantle rheology in exhumed strike-slip faultsIOF
NANOREMNanotechnology for contaminated land RemediationLIP
EUROPLANETEuropean Planetology NetworkINFRA
HYDRALAB IVDealing with the complex interaction of water with environmental elements, sediment, structures and iceINFRA
BALTIC GASMethane emission in the Baltic Sea: Gas storage and effects of climate change and eutrophicationBONUS+
HYPERHypoxia mitigation for Baltic Sea Ecosystem RestorationBONUS+