Partners

University of Miskolc / UNIM, Faculty of Earth Science & Engineering

University of Miskolc, the largest higher education institution and a scientific centre in Northern Hungary looks back to a history of more than 280 years.

University of Szeged

University of Szeged is a Hungarian state owned university dedicated to higher education and state of the art R&D.

European Federation of Geologists/EFG

EFG is a not-for-profit professional geoscience organisation focused on the promotion of excellence in the application of geology and in raising public awareness of the importance of geosciences for society.

Iceland GeoSurvey/ ISOR

ISOR is an independent, state-owned research institution which conducts research projects in the field of natural science, energy and natural resources.

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), British Geological Survey

BGS is UK’s leading body to advance the understanding of the structure, properties and processes of the solid Earth system through interdisciplinary surveys, monitoring and research.

Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia / LNEG

LNEG is a national R&D institution oriented to meet the needs of society and business, within a sustainability frame through the generation of energetic and geological knowledge of Portugal.

Vlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek (VITO)

La Palma Research Centre S.L. / LPRC

La Palma Research Centre for Future Studies is an independent, internationally active geoscience think-tank headquartered on Isla la Palma, Spain.

Agency for international mineral policy / MinPol

MinPol is an internationally operating network consisting of experts for every related branch in the field of minerals policy.

Geological Institute of Romania / IGR

Geological Institute of Romania, as national geological survey, elaborates the national geological, hydro-geological, geophysical, geothermal and metallogenetic maps at various scales.

KU Leuven, Dept. Materials Engineering

KU Leuven is the largest Dutch-speaking university in Belgium, founded in 1425 and considered the oldest Catholic university still in existence.

Geological Survey of Sweden / SGU

The Geological Survey of Sweden is the national expert agency for issues relating to bedrock, soil and groundwater and the management of mineral resources in Sweden.

EFG Linked Third Parties will be involved in the assessment of data sources (WP1), promotion of pilot actions (WP6) and dissemination (WP7):

Czech Union of Geological Associations, Czech Republic

CAEG – Unie Geologickych Asociaci

Finnish Union of Environmental Professionals, Finland

YKL – Ympäristöasiantuntijoiden Keskusliitto

French Geological Society, France

SGF – Société Géologique de France

Professional Association of German Geoscientists, Germany

BDG – Berufsverband Deutscher Geowissenchaftler e.V

Association of Greek Geologists, Greece

SEG – Syllogos Ellinon Geologon

Hungarian Geological Society, Hungary

MFT – Magyarhoni Földtani Társulat

Institute of Geologists of Ireland, Ireland

IGI – Institute of Geologists of Ireland

Italian National Council of Geologists, Italy

CNG – Consiglio Nazionale dei Geologi

Royal Geological and Mining Society of the Netherlands, the Netherlands

KNGMG – Koninklijk Nederlands Geologisch Mijnbouwkundig Genootschap

Polish Association of Minerals Asset Valuators, Poland

PAMAV – Polskie Stowarzyszenie Wyceny Złóż Kopalin

Association of Portuguese Geologists, Portugal

APG – Associação Portuguesa de Geologos

Serbian Geological Society, Serbia

SGS – Srpsko Geolosko Drustvo

Slovenian Geological Society, Slovenia

SGD – Slovensko Geolosko Drustvo

Official Spanish Association of Professional Geologists, Spain

ICOG – Ilustre Colegio Oficial de Geologos

Swiss Association of Geologists, Switzerland

CHGEOL – Schweizer Geologen Verband

Ukrainian Association of Geologists, Ukraine

UAG – Ukrainian Association of Geologists

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Belgium

IRSNB – Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique