A multi-disciplinary consortium of research institutes, academics, SMEs, mining companies and civil society organisations.
Delivering project objectives through research, innovation and action.
Exploration across Europe with sites in Sweden, Finland, Portugal, Greece and Kosovo.
The Smart Exploration project focusses on developing cost-effective, environmentally-friendly tools and methods for geophysical exploration, as well as other aspects such as geological and geochemical target vectoring and generations.
All the scientific publications produced by the Smart Exploration team, all of them open-access.
Smart Exploration: Innovative ways of exploring for the raw materials in the EU
Malhemir, A., Holmes, P., Gisselø, P., Socco, L.V., Carvalho, J., Mardsen, P., Verboon, A.O., Loska, M.
Europe has a favourable geology for a wide variety of commodities necessary for improving our modern life sustainably and environmentally friendly. The Smart Exploration initiative answered one of the seven societal challenges offered by the European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials on new solutions for sustainable production of raw materials – new sensitive exploration technologies.
Smart Exploration: from legacy data to state-of-the-art data acquisition and imaging
Malehmir, A., Donoso, G., Markovic, M., Maries, G., Dynesius, L., Brodic, B.,Pacheco, N., Marsden, P., Bäckström, E., Penney M., and Araujo, V.
During the last decade, and possibly in years to come, mineral exploration geophysics has strongly pushed itself towards developing new instruments and hardware solutions capable of addressing the ever challenging near-mine and brownfield exploration issues. New data will be acquired but higher noise levels and restricted access due to mining activities and infrastructure increase the challenge of acquiring data of sufficient quality to answer key geologic questions and define additional resources.
All the latest news and updates from Smart Exploration.
Myrto Papadopoulou is PhD student at Politecnico di Torino. She is focusing on near-surface characterization by implementing and developing new surface-wave analysis methods on active data. https://youtu.be/LObU2F14VJIread more
The results reached by Smart Exploration together with researchers of the Metal Earth Project and the University of the Witwatersrand have been presented by Dr. Saeid Cheraghi last week at the MERC & Metal Earth Short Course during the 2019 NEOMMS in Timmins, Canada. ...read more
Our Team just made it to the 16th SAGA Biennial Conference and Exhibition in Durban, South Africa, from 6 to 9 October. 6 to 9 Smart Exploration co-organized the largest workshop of the conference on "Seismics for mineral exploration and geo-engineering applications"...read more
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Smart Exploration has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No.775971