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Talks by

Sandeep Bhatt

"Decoding the Progressive Kinematic Evolution of a Pluton - an example from Dharwar Craton (India)"

and Sivaji Lahiri

"Quantifying the state of stress in mineralized vs. non-mineralized zones using quartz vein orienation data"

from IIT Kharagpur, India

Mo, 16.04.2018 15Uhr, Raum 007


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U. Brecht

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Institute of Applied Geosciences
Division of Structural Geology & Tectonics

KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Campus Süd

Adenauerring 20a
76131 Karlsruhe
Germany

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Institute of Applied Geosciences
Division of Structural Geology & Tectonics

KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Campus Süd

Adenauerring 20a,
Gebäude 50.41
76131 Karlsruhe

Structural Geology @ KIT

The Chair of Structural Geology and Tectonics is part of our Institute of Applied Geosciences at KIT. We perform research in the field of Reservoir Characterization and Rock Magnetism. Our focus is on the prediction of porous and fractured rock qualities, the 3D heterogeneities of rock bodies and the development of innovative tools for the exploration and production of raw materials.

Rock alterations and associated material- and fluid transport are characterized and modeled using comprehensive analytics and fundamental experiments. The structural diagenesis is modeled from micro- to reservoir scale. Process- and strategy analyses are developed for the optimum utilization of reservoirs, storages and georesources.

Rock magnetic properties and their anisotropy are studied from sedimentary to basement rocks and are applied on a wide range of geological processes. This ranges from microstructural analyses to stratigraphic correlations.