University Partners

CO2-REACT links leading European university and private sector laboratories and scientists and engineers currently working on the fundamental science and practical application of geological CO2 storage, from the atomic to the industrial scale. Academia-industry collaboration is critical to successful resolution of the CO2 storage challenge. Academia has the fundamental background and tools to quantify mineral-fluid reactions. Industry has the know-how and long experience with solving practical problems, as well as the resources and infrastructure for large scale tests of potential solutions.

Eric OelkersDr. Eric H. Oelkers

CNRS, Université Paul Sabatier, Laboratoire GET

Liane BenningProf. Liane G. Benning

School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds

Susan StippProf. Susan Stipp

Nano Science Center, University of Copenhagen

Prof. Andrew PutnisProf. Andrew Putnis

Institut für Mineralogie, Westfälische Wilhelms- Universität Münster

Christine PutnisDr. Christine Putnis

Institut für Mineralogie, Westfälische Wilhelms- Universität Münster

Sigurdur GislasonProf. Sigurdur Gislason

Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Iceland

Manolo PrietoProf. Manolo Prieto

Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oviedo

Co-supervisors at CNRS:

Jacques Schott

Dr. Jacques Schott

Pascale Benezeth

Dr. Pascale Benezeth

Oleg Pokrovsky

Dr. Oleg Pokrovsky

Vassilis Mavromatis

Dr. Vasileios Mavromatis

Associated University Partners

Orlando VaselliProf. Orlando Vaselli

University of Florence

Department of Earth Sciences

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GFZ, Potsdam, Germany

Dr. Friedhelm von Blackenburg represents GFZ in the CO2 react consortium. For more information about this partner: