The Canary Islands host many natural phenomena. One of them is a significant part of the hydrogeological system which provides drinking water for the islands’ inhabitants and irrigation for the land. The annual precipitation in La Palma can vary between 300 and 1400 mm (MC Cabrera) depending on the altitude. However, a significant source of […]
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About Tamas Miklovicz
Tamas is a Hungarian Engineering Geologist, with a curious mind and enterprising spirit who is passionate about technology, earth sciences, photography, sports, and more.
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The 3rd CHPM2030 consortium meeting was hosted by the British Geological Survey on the 28th and 29th of March in Keyworth, England. The objective of the meeting was to share and discuss recent developments in Work Package (WP) 2 – Laboratory experiments and orebody investigations, and WP3 – Metal recovery and electrochemical power generation. The meeting […]
After the two-day general geomodelling training, work began on the modelling of the Recsk Ore Complex. Jean-Jacques Royer and Tamas Miklovicz have since been working on the 3D geological reconstruction of this mineralization using Paradigm’s GoCad software, with the aim of defining a grade and tonnage model and reconstructing 3D geological structures. The Recsk Copper Ore […]
A CHPM Advisory Board meeting took place in Älvkarleby, Sweden on the 13th of October. The partners met for the first time with the Advisory Board members. During the morning session, Work Package leaders introduced their WPs. In the afternoon, the AB members provided valuable feedback during the questions and comments section Before the Advisory Board meeting, an internal […]
October 3-7: INTRAW consortium, review meeting and workshop with the experts in Cornwall! On Tuesday the project had its mid-term review meeting with EASME. From Wednesday-Thursday the experts were involved in ongoing project tasks, including the development of the observatory business model and the fine-tuning of the scenarios for the action plans. On Friday the […]
The second MICA meeting took place in Brussels from the 27th to the 29th of September. The 3-day meeting provided valuable inputs for the Work Packages, as well as a general overview for all participants on the project’s progress. LPRC brought in the last day with a presentation on Raw Materials Past International Foresight Study […]
La Palma Research Centre hosted a Minatura2020 scenario workshop in La Palma on the 27th and 28th of September. Result from the meeting will be available soon! Read more about Minatura2020 here.
The second INTRAW WP2 workshop took place in EFG’s offices in Brussels. The meeting was related to a scenario building exercise. The partners defined the influence factors during the first workshop and produced projections for each of them as their “homework”. During the meeting, cross impact analysis were performed in order to develop groups of projections […]
INTRAW WP2 just kicked off in Stuttgart with its first workshop. The partners performed a scenario-building exercise in order to define the most relevant influencing factors which are likely to shape the future of Raw Materials. Tamas Miklovicz took part in the workshop on behalf of LPRC.