Einstein Telescope - The underground: challenges & opportunities await!

- Applying for tenders - Starting funded innovation projects - Tools for mapping and visualizing the underground - Managing (big) infrastructure projects

Date: 24.03.2022 / Time: 14:00 - 15:30 / Location: virtual

The underground: challenges & opportunities await!
Einstein Telescope: a unique underground infrastructure

It is often said in the construction industry that the underground is where the money can be found. But is this true? And if so, how do you get started on a project of this kind? But many other questions emerge as well. Such as, what are the things you have to take into account? Or, what are the existing techniques to map the underground and how can this be visualized?

The Einstein Telescope also has its challenges to face. With tunnels that are 30 kilometers long and can be found 250 meters underground, mapping the subsurface can be quite challenging.

This online keynote will teach you how this challenge was approached and which remote sensing and visualizing techniques can be applied.

Join our initiative and get involved to make small or big improvements to your core business. Find out as well how you can apply for funding up to € 50 000 for your innovative project.
Join our upcoming event and get inspired!

After all, the underground is where the money can be found.

Programme & registration:

Your contact:

Ralf P. Meyer
phone +49 241 963-1039

The ET2SMEs project is carried out under the Interreg V-A Euregio Meuse-Rhine Programme, with € 1.15 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). By investing EU funds in Interreg projects, the European Union invests directly in economic development, innovation, territorial development, social inclusion and education in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine.