Blue Transition: North Sea Region in climate change
funded by the EU

75 years of Geophysics at LIAG
to the jubilee

DESMEX-REAL: Exploring ore deposits using a novel method
-funded by the Federal Ministry of Eduction and Research

 

Neotectonic development of the Osning lineament
funded by the German Research Foundation

MoreSpin - Development of a mobile NMR sensor
-funded by German Research Foundation

 

Research Report 2023 online

The new research report presents a selection of LIAG project activities in the context of geophysical research into groundwater, geohazards, geothermal energy and climate and landscape change. The English translation is ongoing and will be published soon.

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LIAG is once again represented as a conceptual partner with a stand and workshops at the Geothermal Energy Congress to support the exchange of research findings within geothermal energy and information systems.

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EU Fund Communication Officers visit Hanover Geo Centre: Presentation of the Interreg project Blue Transition

Using EU research projects to promote cooperation on solution strategies and strengthen communication on research results across national borders: During an excursion of the INFORM exchange forum for the communication officers of various EU funds organised by the European Commission and the European Ministry of Lower Saxony, the Interreg project Blue Transition on the North Sea region in climate change led by LIAG was presented at the Geozentrum Hannover. 

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Future Day 2024: 65 pupils at the Hanover Geocentre

65 pupils came to the Geocentre in Hanover for ‘Girls'Day, Boys'Day 2024’ to learn about careers in the geosciences. On the so-called Future Day, the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), the State Office for Mining, Energy and Geology (LBEG) and the LIAG presented their activities in areas such as geothermal energy, groundwater and final disposal.

 

DPMA grants LIAG a patent for a measuring cell for determining complex electrical properties of rocks

Researchers in the field of rock physics and borehole geophysics at LIAG have developed a measuring cell for laboratory measurements using the spectral induced polarisation (SIP) method to investigate complex electrical properties of natural solid and unconsolidated rocks with significantly improved quality of results.

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Near-surface geothermal energy in Germany: first traffic light map in GeotIS shows potential for geothermal probes

Wo gibt es Erstinformationen zu den Nutzungspotenzialen und zum Einstieg in die Geothermie? Forschende des LIAG und der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE) stellen im Geothermischen Informationssystem GeotIS mögliche geothermische Ressourcen dar und zeigen mit Überblickkarten nach Ampelsystem auf, wo Erdwärmesonden zum Heizen und Kühlen von Gebäuden eingebaut werden können. 

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Logo-Refresh: LIAG Institute for Applied Geophysics

In future, we will operate under our own LIAG brand as the "LIAG Institute for Applied Geophysics"! With currently 40 ongoing research projects, the doubling of third-party funding (especially DFG), our own science-oriented administration and the bundling of our methods, we will continue to research the topics of groundwater systems, geohazards and georeservoirs as energy sources and energy storage.

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Researchers in the EU Blue Transition project meet politicians and stakeholders in the Netherlands

Partner meeting with policy week in the EU project Blue Transition (Interreg North Sea Programme) in Assen, Denmark, end of March! The project partners, climate experts, policy makers and stakeholder representatives could discuss the different sustainable strategies of the 16 pilots in six countries on how we can deal with the impacts of climate change in terms of groundwater and soil management in the North Sea region. 

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