EMU Grants 2012

In 2012, EMU supported these meetings with grants:

First European Mineralogical Conference – EMC2012
ECM27 – Satellite meeting on “Methods of high-pressure single-crystal X-ray diffraction”
2012 EGU General Assembly, Vienna
14th EMPG Meeting, Kiel, March 4-7 2012: 5 sessions

First European Mineralogical Conference – EMC2012 (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany, September 2-6, 2012)

Session 3c: Modelling phase equilibria in metamorphism

Vanessa Helpa, GFZ Potsdam, Germany: Reaction kinetics of dolomite rim growth.
Alicia López Carmona, Departamento de Petrología y Geoquímica (UCM), Madrid, Spain: Blueschists and Eclogites from the Malpica-Tui Unit (NW Iberian Massif).

Session 4a: Mineralogical aspects of CO2 storage

Sebastian Fischer, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Centre for CO2 Storage, Germany: CO2 induced mineralogical and geochemical changes in a storage system – comprehensive CO2-exposure experiments on reservoir and cap rock samples and mineral separates.
María García Ríos, Fundación Ciudad de la Energía (CIUDEN), Spain: Laboratory-scale interaction between CO2-rich brine and carbonate reservoir rocks under supercritical conditions.
Gabriela Dávila, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Interaction between the Hontomín cap rock and CO2-rich brine during geological CO2 sequestration

Session 5c: Advances in spectroscopy of Earth materials

Myrtille Hunault, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France: From minerals to Middle Ages stained glasses: the role of Co2+ speciation in the blue color.
Natalia A. Solopova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia: High-pressure high temperature behaviour of Na[13]2CO3.

Session 8d: Critical raw materials for Europe

Dennis Mohwinkel, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany: Siderophore-enhanced extraction of Pt from oxidised PGE ores from Great Dyke, Zimbabwe.

Session 13a: Mineralogical sciences and cultural heritage

Rossella Arletti, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy: Archaeometrical analyses of Early Egyptian glass from the Thebe area.
Wolf-Achim Kahl, Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Universität Bremen, Germany: X-ray microtomography: a non-destructive tool to visualise different links in the production chain of ancient pottery.