EUROPEAN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE ON SOLID EARTH

Twenty-three TNA projects selected for access to the TCS Multi-scale laboratories facilities

Date: 
Friday, February 9, 2018 - 13:45

The Thematic Core Service (TCS) Multi-scale laboratories (MSL) 2ndTNA pilot Call was a great success with 28 applications submitted for access to 13 solid Earth laboratory facilities across Europe.

The scientific proposals have been evaluated by four disciplinary TNA committees composed of laboratory experts, external and internal to the TCS MSL. The selection process was very competitive and the members of the TNA committees had the hard task to evaluate high quality and worthwhile proposals.

Twenty-three excellent TNA projects were selected and will benefit of direct physical access, remote services and virtual access to advanced European solid Earth Science laboratories. The TNA projects will run from February to December 2018.

Access to the TCS MSL facilities during the 2ndTNA pilot call is supported by dedicated national funding and/or in-kind contributions from the participating TCS partners.

We wish the selected TNA users and user groups a successful collaboration with their host laboratory facilities.

TNA to EPOS Multi-scale laboratories creates new opportunities for synergy, collaboration and innovation.

 

The TNA Users for the TCS Multi-scale laboratories 2ndTNA pilot call are:

  • Dr. Eric Font (IDL-FCUL); TNA to the Paleomag Lab at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Teresa Ulbide (University of Queensland); TNA to the HP-HT Laboratory of Experimental volcanology and Geophysics at INGV
  • Mr. Alessio Pontesilli (University of Otago); TNA to the HP-HT Laboratory of Experimental volcanology and Geophysics at INGV
  • Dr. Zhiyuan Ge (University of Bergen); TNA to the HelTec laboratory at GFZ-Potsdam
  • Dr. Marco Scambelluri (Universitá di Genova); TNA to the Electron Microscopy facility at Utrecht University
  • Prof. Robert Holdsworth (Durham University); TNA to the HPT Lab at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Stephan Kolzenburg (McGill University, Montreal); TNA to the Melts and Magmas Thermal Analysis Lab/High Temperature melt lab at LMU
  • Dr. Danilo di Genova (University of Bristol); TNA to the Melts and Magmas Thermal Analysis Lab/High Temperature melt lab at LMU
  • Prof. James K. Russel (Ghent University); TNA to the Melts and Magmas Thermal Analysis Lab/High Temperature melt lab at LMU
  • Dr. Benjamin Guillaume (University of Rennes, CNRS); TNA to the Laboratory of Experimental Tectonics at University of Roma TRE
  • Mr. Luca Samperi (Universitá degli Studi di Perugia); TNA to the Rock Deformation Laboratory at ETHZ
  • Dr. Jaco H. Baas (Bangor University); TNA to the Eurotank Flume Laboratory at Utrecht Univeristy
  • Ms. Silvana Magni (Institut für Geowissenschaften-University of Mainz); TNA to the Electron Microscopy facility at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Massimiliano Ghinassi (University of Padova); TNA to the Eurotank Flume Laboratory at Utrecht Univeristy
  • Dr. Ben Kennedy (University of Canterbury); TNA to the Melts and Magmas Thermal Analysis Lab/High Temperature melt lab at LMU
  • Dr. Ian Kane (University of Liverpool); TNA to the Eurotank Flume Laboratory at Utrecht Univeristy
  • Dr. Annique van der Boon (University of Liverpool); TNA to the Paleomag Lab at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Courtney Sprain (University of Liverpool); TNA to the Paleomag Lab at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Lars Hansen (University of Oxford); TNA to the Electron Microscopy facility at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Pietari Skyttä (University of Turku); TNA to the Tectonic Modelling Laboratory at IGG-CNR
  • Dr. Cristian Montanaro (University of Auckland); TNA to the Magma Fragmentation Lab at LMU
  • Ms. Louise M.T. Korneef (University of Plymouth); TNA to the Paleomag Lab at Utrecht University
  • Dr. Carolyn Boulton (Victoria University of Wellington); TNA to the HPT Lab at Utrecht University