Current events and survey of the INTERMIN Project

INTERMIN in the EGU2019

INTERMIN members will attend one of the most important geosciences meetings in the world. The EGU General Assembly will take place in Vienna (Austria) on 7–12 April 2019, and will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. We wish to present our project under the topic: “Geoethics and geoscientists’ responsibility towards society”.


Society of Mining Professors

Of course in INTERMIN we do not forget the society of mining professors. A fundamental pillar to gather information on the needs of the sector and the teaching offer. INTERMIN members will attend the meeting and present the project.

The 30th Annual General Meeting in 2019 will be held in Bochum, Germany, between 29 June and 5 July, 2019

Visit the website for more details: miningprofs.org


INTERMIN collaborates with MINETRAIN Project

From Minguide, we are collaborating with the Minetrain project, which is also focused on teaching and developing the skills in mining. This project is gathering information on possible fields of interest for teaching in a “mine school” to be developed in Pyhäsalmi mine in Finland. Check the link to know more: minetrain.eu/newsletter

We have contributed as a stakeholder to your survey and we encourage our collaborators to do the same, bit.ly/2LomQP3. For its part, the Minetrain project has helped in the INTERMIN training center survey and will possibly be present at our meeting in Madrid in January 2019


INTERMIN Survey

We are running a survey that will help us compile a database of existing raw-materials related education programmes. We rely on your feedback and ask you to supply information about the study programme(s) you are personally responsible for / affiliated with at your institution. Please do not answer for the entire university but only for your discipline. This will a) ease your workload and b) increase the precision of answers. Click the link to contribute to our short survey: