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Friday, January 22, 2010

Intensive courses for doctoral students

We invite professors for lecturing in intensive courses for doctoral students for developing cooperation possibilities and exchanging information. Cources are supported by Doctoral School. Courses duration is 2-5 days. The topics that we are interested are: mineral processing, mechanical extraction, geostatistics, technical evaluation of mining facilities, transportation, backfilling technology and underground waste disposal mining constructions stability, roof and overburden rock behavior, numerical modeling of blasting operation, collapse and subsidence’s ect.

For registration courses topics please contact to Dr. Sergei Sabanov, Senior Researcher at Department of Mining, Tallinn University of Technology.
e-mail: sergei.sabanov@ttu.ee, phone: +37258006407, mobile: +37258006407.

Cooperation with People Friendship University of Russia (RUDN) and Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Mining

RUDN project: Elaboration of technology for development of ecologically safe oil shale mining.
The research will link with Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Mining scientists for assessing the quality and availability of ground water because its vulnerability to contamination requires adequately characterizing the geologic, geophysical, geotechnical and geochemical factors controlling subsurface fluid flow and contaminant dispersal. Although it is relatively easy to determine the average hydrologic properties of a rock mass or sediment, one of the greatest challenges to effective waste isolation lies in accurately characterizing hydrologic heterogeneity and preferential flow paths (for example, the one fracture, fault, or stream-channel deposit that may carry most of the contaminants). Also, predicting the long-term hydrologic behavior of aquifers and aquitards and the attenuation or degradation of toxic wastes requires an improved understanding of the physical, chemical, and biological processes controlling the evolution of hydrologic properties and fluid chemistry through time.
Determining the best technology application for any oil shale project depends on the location, the setting, and the composition of the target oil shale deposit(s) and requires individual design considerations to maximize its economics.

WORKING-PLAN FOR THE PERIOD OF January 2010 to December 2011

The activities to be carried out and the deadlines are as follows:

1. 2010 y. Field studies and sampling of oil shale in “Estonia” mine, “Narva” open cast in Estonia and in Kashpir deposit in Russia. 2010 February – August. September 2010 International conferences RLEPT9. Responsible executive Dr. Sergei Sabanov. Measurements in the Laboratory at Department of Petroleum Geology, Mining and Oil and Gas Business for Experimental and Environmental Study of In-Situ Oil-Shale Retorting. 2010 October-December. Responsible filler Dr. Alexander Vorobiev.
2. 2011 y. Assessing the quality and availability of ground water because its vulnerability to contamination requires adequately characterizing the geologic, geophysical, geotechnical and geochemical factors controlling subsurface fluid flow and contaminant dispersal. 2010 January – June. Responsible executive Dr. Alexander Vorobiev. Determining the best technology application for any oil shale project depends on the location, the setting, and the composition of the target oil shale deposit(s) and requires individual design considerations to maximize its economics. 2010 July – October. September 2011 International conferences RLEPT10. Responsible filler Dr. Sergei Sabanov. 2011 November-December. Compilation of database and interpretation of results. Responsible filler Dr. Sergei Sabanov and Dr. Alexander Vorobiev.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

IST World portal

Please see IST World portal as one of the cooperation tools for developing cooperation in mining. Other tools are Academia.edu,LinkedinResearcherIDETISThefreelibraryDeliciousetc

Examples of our information in IST World:

Search result for Mining



 


 In the EUROPEAN RESEARCH dataset we found
1416 Organisations968 Experts441 Projects205 Publications
 
 In the FP5 + FP6 IST dataset we found
821 Organisations544 Experts81 Projects
 
 In the Russian dataset we found
35 Organisations58 Projects
 
 In the LT World dataset we found
140 Organisations94 Experts16 Projects
 
 In the PASCAL NOE dataset we found
18 Organisations44 Experts1 Projects68 Publications
 
 In the GoogleScholar (Parts) dataset we found
2333 Experts1812 Publications
 
 In the IST-World Community dataset we found
3 Organisations18 Experts3 Projects
 
 In the CORDIS Fp7 dataset we found
180 Organisations18 Experts19 Projects








Find partners, technologies, competencies and trends ...

The IST World portal offers information about experts, research groups, centers and companies involved in creating the technologies for the growing information society. Focus of the service is the expertise and experience of relevant players in European countries.
  • Do you need experienced research partners for international projects?
  • Are you searching for specific competencies or for brand new technologies?
  • Or are you just curious about the creative potential, regional distribution and
    existing cooperations in the European IST research and technology scene?

Our portal may give you information that you could not find at any other place.

The repository currently contains CORDIS FP5FP6 and FP7 information about funded European FP7FP6 and FP5 projects. It offers FP5+FP6 IST related information. Many national RTD related information have been collected from: BulgariaCyprusThe Czech RepublicEstoniaHungaryLatviaLithuaniaMaltaPolandRomania,Russia,SerbiaSloveniaSlovakia and Turkey. The repository offers Language Technologyrelated informaton from LT World, as well as , and parts of GoogleScholar, information about SMEs in NMSs from the EPRI-start project. It also features data from registered users, with the IST World Community.
The portal itself utilizes advanced technologies for gathering, extracting, classifying and condensing relevant information as well for the detection, visualization and prediction of connections and trends. If you don't find the information or analysis you are looking for at this time, please post a message to feedback@ist-world.org or enter the information yourself after registering with the portal.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Short-term research projects of visiting doctoral students in Estonia

Doctoral study at Department of Mining, Tallinn University of Technology.

We invite international doctoral students’ for study and research which visits lasting from 3 to 10 months. DoRa-supported visiting doctoral students will be paid a monthly stipend in the amount of 6000 kroon (384 EUR) per month. The topics are Backfilling technologies, Mineral Processing, Environmental Protection, Underground and Open Mining Facilities.

http://www.archimedes.ee/amk/File/DoRa/ESF_DoRa-activity5.doc

Coordinator Dr. Sergei Sabanov
e-mail: sergei.sabanov@ttu.ee


http://www.mineprofs.org/

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