Monthly Archives: October 2016

Beneficiary : ITASCA

Itasca Consultants S.A.S. provides consulting services and computer modelling solutions to further understanding and resolving of engineering-related problems in the fields of civil and mining engineering, hydrogeology, natural hazards, geothermal energy, waste disposal, oil and gas. ITASCA has both expertise … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : µQuans

µQuanS (http://www.muquans.com) has put together a unique team composed of highly skilled R&D engineers, covering various areas of expertise. µQuanS has started to build its core competences, which are based in a unique technological expertise in: • system design/integration, combining  … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : Neuchatel University (UNINE)

The UNINE-CHYN is a leading Swiss institute for groundwater research and training. The institute hosts five research groups in applied hydrogeology, quantitative hydrogeology, stochastic hydrogeology, hydrochemistry / contaminants and geothermics. The Emmental is a pre-alpine river catchment (about 200 km2) … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : University of Lausanne (UNIL)

UNIL is an expanding university with more than 14,000 students and 3000 staff members. The Faculty of Geosciences and Environment spans subject areas from environmental humanities to the geosciences. The institute of Earth Sciences is one of the three main … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : University of Copenhagen

The University of Copenhagen is the largest research and education institution in Denmark. The University is highly competitive and is ranked as one of the leading universities globally with the most recent ARWU ranking placed the University as No. 35 … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : University of Tübingen

The Centre for Applied Geoscience (ZAG) at University of Tübingen with >100 scientists and 11 professorships is a leading European institution in water research, with special emphasis on groundwater related problems.  

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Beneficiary : University of Liège

The University of Liège (ULG) is a state-funded university with about 20,000 students and 3300 academic staff. The ArGEnCo Department of Civil Engineering hosts the GEO³ unit with about 40 people. Main skills are concentrated on identification, characterization and quantitative … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research

The Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) has an international reputation for applied research on water resources, including the characterization and restoration of coupled groundwater-surface water systems and their ecosystem functions. Experimental field site at the Selke River (part of … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : Forschungszentrum Jülich, Agrosphere Institute IBG-3

The research activities of the Agrosphere Institute aim at improving our understanding of hydrological and biogeochemical processes in terrestrial systems with a specific focus on agricultural and soil-groundwater systems. Its research serves as a basis for the development of management … Continue reading

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Beneficiary : CNRS

The National Centre for Scientific Research is the largest public transdisciplinary research organization in France. It manages 1029 joint research units with universities and industries. The main coordination team, Geosciences Rennes laboratory, is a JRU (CNRS + Rennes University) that … Continue reading

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