Another call is open from 9 June to 16 July to get free of charge access to top EPOS-NL research facilities in the Netherlands, notably:
- the ESL High Pressure and Temperature lab at Utrecht University
- the ESL Tectonic modelling lab at Utrecht University
- the CT scanners of the Multi-scale Imaging and Tomography (MINT) facility at Delft University of Technology
- the Petrophysics Lab at Delft University of Technology
Capabilities include CT scanning, triaxial compression testing, ring shear (friction) testing and analogue modelling of tectonic processes, including a wide range of surface scanners and cameras.
Access can be remote (send in sample analysis) or physical (personal visit), depending on developments in corona restrictions, the requirements of the facility to be accessed and/or your wishes. Click here for more information.