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INFACT newsletter #2

The INFACT project is developing and testing sustainable minerals exploration technologies with the active engagement of stakeholders. For this purpose, flight campaigns took place in the project's Finnish and German reference regions last summer. INFACT has recently...

INFACT presented at 10th MGEI Annual Meeting

EFG President-elect Marko Komac has presented the INFACT project on 6 December 2017 during the 10th Annual Meeting of the Indonesian Society of Economic Geologists (MGEI) in Makassar, Indonesia. The conference was attended by more than 150 persons and a lively debate...

“Mining and Development” expert workshop

On 26 November 2018, an expert workshop on “Mining and Development” has been organised by project partner Asistencias Técnicas CLAVE close to INFACT’s Spanish reference site in Seville. The workshop has been organised within the scope of the project’s stakeholder...

Ground EM acquisition campaign in the south of Spain (Oct. 2018)

During early October, the ground acquisition of EM data took place near Gerena (Spain) in an area under permission of Cobre Las Cruces Mine (First Quantum Minerals). This site is one of the two in Spain where the INFACT Project will acquire airborne geophysical data,...

Airborne EM methods and farewell Finland – #04 INFACT Campaign 2018

After the aeromagnetic acquisition with the Jessy Star system (Supracon) finished, Geotech proceeded to test and fly their Versatile Time-domain EM system (VTEM™ ET), but their work in Sodankylä started days before that. Garth, Armand, and Ben arrived in...

Viiankiaapa – #03 INFACT Campaign 2018

During our stay at the Finish Lapland we paid a visit to Viiankiaapa, a 65.95 km2 EU Natura 2000 and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) special protected area. Viiankiaapa’s ecosystem is a bog, or wetland waterlogged only by...

First times – #01 INFACT Campaign 2018

For some people at the Sodankylä airport in Finland it was a regular day at the job, whether it consisted on taking a helicopter to fly for a new mission, assembling sensors for an airborne geophysical acquisition campaign, inspecting the helicopter to...

Stakeholder and citizens meetings in Geyer, Sakatti and Seville

INFACT aims at combining the development and test of innovative, non-invasive minerals exploration technologies with an assessment of their social acceptance. For this purpose, three reference sites will be established in Germany (Geyer), Finland (Sakatti) and Spain...

INFACT stakeholder meeting in Spain

On 2 and 3 June 2018 the INFACT project partners met in Seville, Spain, with the aim to start the process of developing a Business Model for Exploration Phase. The workshop was organised by project partner IDEA and attended by 12 local and regional stakeholders,...

INFACT Operation Team Meeting

The INFACT project’s Operational Team met in Wolkenstein, Germany, from the 16th until the 18th of April 2018 in order to review the work carried out so far and discuss further steps ahead. INFACT is an EU-funded project that started last November 2017. The 3-years...

Research Associate/Postdoc (m/f) in Geophysics

In the framework of the Horizon 2020 funded INFACT project, the project coordinator, Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology (HIF) at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, is looking for a research associate/postdoc in the field of geophysics. The...

Stay tuned and follow INFACT via the social media!

The INFACT project is now present in the social media and, to stay tuned, we invite you to follow the project on the different channels. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram To receive updated information on the project’s activities you can also subscribe...

INFACT officially kicked off in Berlin

In the framework of the EU-funded INFACT project, partners drawn from research and industry are developing innovative, non-invasive exploration technologies and will test them under realistic conditions. The project aims at developing technologies that are more...

‘This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 776487.’

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