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Corrensstr. 24 48149 Münster, Germany
Tel.: +49 251 83-33464
Fax: +49 251 83-38397
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Teams

The DELTA-MIN Initial Training Network is funded by the European Commission and managed by the Institut für Mineralogie, University of Münster, Germany. DELTA-MIN is a collaborative research and training program with teams from the following locations:

Münster

University of Münster
Institut für Mineralogie
Correnstrasse 24
48149  Münster
Germany
Website
Scientist-in-charge: Prof. Andrew Putnis
Email: putnis@uni-muenster.de

Supporting Scientists

Expertise:  Hydrothermal reaction mechanisms; solid-fluid equilibration mechanisms; measurement of real-time growth and dissolution in AFM fluid cells; application of SEM, TEM and X-ray diffraction.


Toulouse


Université de Paul-Sabatier/Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Laboratoire des Mécanismes et Transferts en Géologie
14, avenue Edouard Belin
Toulouse, 31400
France
Scientist in charge: Dr. Eric Oelkers
Email: oelkers@lmtg.obs-mip.fr
Website
Email: oelkers@lmtg.obs-mip.fr
Expertise: Application of open and closed system reactor experiments to measure bulk precipitation and dissolution rates.  Application of high resolution mass spectrometry to quantifying minute quantities of elements. 


Reykjavik


Reykjavik
University of Iceland
Institute of Earth Sciences
Sturlugata 7
Askja 101 Reykjavík
Iceland
Website
Scientist in charge: Prof. Sigurdur R. Gislason
Email: sigrg@raunvis.hi.is
Supporting Scientists
Expertise: Carbonate interaction with mafic rock and volcanic glass. Carbonate precipitation in fracture networks and igneous/metamorphic rocks.


London


Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
London  SW7 5BD
England
Website
Scientist-in-charge: Dr. Eugenia (Eva) Valsami-Jones
Email: E.Valsami-Jones@nhm.ac.uk
Expertise: Reactivity of minerals, including nano-minerals and biominerals, and their role as hosts of pollutants as well as experimental studies of mineral replacement reactions.


Oslo


Physics of Geological Processes (PGP)
Sem Selands vei 24
NO-0316 Oslo
Norway
Website
Scientist-in-charge : Prof. Håkon Austrheim
Email: h.o.austrheim@geo.uio.no
Expertise: Interaction of fluids with rocks and the mechanisms of metasomatic and reaction mechanisms. Micro-analytical methods of mineral analysis.


Granada


Dpto. Mineralogía y Petrología,
University of Granada,
Avenida Fuentenueva s/n
18002 Granada
Spain
Website
Scientist-in-charge: Prof. Carlos Rodriguez Navarro
Email: carlosrn@ugr.es
Expertise: Mechanisms of salt crystallisation damage in building stone; effect of pollution on stone materials;  weathering in urban and extraterrestrial environments.


Patras


Institute of Chemical Engineering and High Temperature Chemical Processes FORTH/ICE-HT, Stadiou Str., Platani
P.O.Box 1414
GR-26504 Patras,
Greece
Website
Scientist-in-charge: Prof. Petros Koutsoukos
Email: pgk@iceht.forth.gr
Expertise: Nucleation phenomena, crystal growth, dissolution and phenomena related with suspensions of colloidal particles in aqueous solutions (aggregation, adhesion, adsorption, ion exchange etc.


Stockholm


Department of Geology and Geochemistry
Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
Website
Scientist-in-charge : Dr. Sandra Piazolo
Email: sandra.piazolo@geo.su.se
Expertise: mechanisms of fabric development, grain boundary migration, annealing and fluid rock interaction, development and application of different quantitative techniques of microstructural analysis, analogue and in-situ modelling and numerical simulations.


Barcelona


Amphos 21
Passeig de Garcia i Faria, 49-51, 1-1
08019 Barcelona
Spain
Website
Scientist-in-charge: Dr. Lara Duro
Email: lara.duro@amphos21.com

Supporting Scientists

Expertise: geochemical modelling of heavy metals and trace elements in natural waters, thermodynamic and kinetic modelling of laboratory-scale and pilot-scale experiments, reactive transport modelling to predict the evolution of contaminant plumes and input to global risk and performance assessment.




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